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Ya se mira el horizonte: tres generaciones de niños y niñas zapatistas

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CNI y EZLN

CNI and EZLN Support for Xochicuautla

To the people of Mexico and the World

To the National and International Sixth

To the Ñätho indigenous community of San Francisco Xochicuautla

Faced with the dignified struggle that the Ñätho community of San Francisco Xochicuautla has maintained for the last eight years against the Toluca-Naucalpan toll road project which threatens the destruction of their sacred forest in order to connect the wealthy zones of Interlomas to the Toluca airport, the bad government, led by the murderer Enrique Peña Nieto, signed a decree of expropriation with which it intends to snatch up the communal territory of San Francisco Xochicuautla.

Throughout the years we have seen which interests the bad governments respond to, given that their security forces escort the Autovan machinery, a company belonging to the Higa Group, with which they plan to destroy the Ñätho forest. They believe that with this decree of expropriation they can impose plunder and destruction. Today we say that we know that the bad government has always trampled our rights as indigenous peoples, that they despise us, and that they may go to every corner of Mexico to impose their death projects, but they won’t be able to do so in San Francisco Xochicuautla.

The community has carried out a legal battle, appealing to different courts and agencies of the Mexican bad government, but most of those have proven partial to protecting the powerful.

We know that San Francisco Xochicuautla has defended and will defend their territory, as well as having accompanied many peoples and communities in their struggles.

So today we call upon the people of Mexico and the World, on the brothers and sisters of the National and International Sixth, to be attentive to what happens in the struggle of San Francisco Xochicuautla.

To San Francisco Xochicuautla, we say that you are not alone in this shared journey of indigenous peoples’ resistance.

Sincerely,

Never again a Mexico without us

National Indigenous Congress

Democracy, Liberty, and Justice

Zapatista Army for National Liberation

July 2015

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SPECIAL CASES

If you have not received an email with a “pass” to the second grade, it could be because…

…the email address you used to register for first grade has expired, or was erased, or you have forgotten your password.

…you have the same email but you haven’t received a “pass” because we got mixed up and we need your information again…or because you didn’t pass to second grade. If after following the instructions we detail below you don’t receive a “pass” email within a month, then it’s because you didn’t pass first grade.

In either case, the way to resolve the issue is simple: it is sufficient to send a new email to this address: casosespeciales@ezln.org.mx, from a new email account with the following information:

  • your full name and date of birth
  • where you live
  • your registration code if you remember it or have it
  • the dates in which you went to first grade
  • the place where you went to first grade (if you went to a community, the name of the community and the caracol it corresponds to); (if it was by videoconference, the name of the place, neighborhood, city, country, and continent where you had the videoconference)
  • the name of your Votán.

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SupMoi y SupGaleano

Second Grade of the Zapatista School

Second Grade of the Zapatista Little School

ZAPATISTA ARMY FOR NATIONAL LIBERATION
MEXICO

July 27, 2015

To the National and International Sixth:
To the former students of the Zapatista Little School:
Compas:

The date for the second grade (only for those who passed the first) of the Zapatista Little School is approaching.

As we had previously announced, the dates are July 31 and August 1 and 2 of 2015.

No, don’t rush. This time it isn’t about coming to Zapatista territory. Rather, this time it is about not coming here, at least not for the Little School. The second grade will be everywhere, outside of Zapatista territories.

Let us explain:

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CNI y CCRI-CG del EZLN

Joint CNI and EZLN-CG communiqué on the attack by federal forces against the indigenous community of Santa María Ostula

To the Nahua Indigenous Community of Santa María Ostula, Aquila, Michoacán:
To the National and International Sixth:
To the people of Mexico and the World:

July 21, 2015

Given the violent events perpetrated against the indigenous community of Santa María Ostula on July 19, 2015, by a large commando made up of members of the Federal Preventative Police, the Secretary of National Defense, and the Secretary of the Navy in which Ostula community police commander Cemeí Verdía Zepeda was detained, in which federal soldiers murdered, WITH A BULLET TO THE FACE, THE 12-YEAR-OLD CHILD EDILBERTO REYES GARCÍA, and in which the following people were injured: the child Yeimi Nataly Pineda Reyes, 6-years-old; Edith Balbino Vera; Delfino Antonio Alejo Ramos, 17-years-old; Horacio Valladares Manuel, 32-years-old; José Nicodemos Macías Zambrano, 21-years-old; and Melesio Cristino Dirzio, 60-years-old…

WE DENOUNCE:

The criminal behavior of the above listed military and police bodies and their complicity with organized crime, in this case the Knights Templar, enacted in order to escalate the war of conquest that has been waged for years now against the Nahua indigenous community of Santa María Ostula. The goal of this war of conquest is to occupy the community’s territories in favor of mining and transnational tourist interests, and to punish this community for having dared to take back the land from which they had been displaced and for having defended themselves—by putting into practice their right to live—from organized crime, which today serves as the paramilitary branch of the Mexican State.

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Los zapatistas no están solos.

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Tras las agresiones a las bases de apoyo Zapatistas, Adherentes a La Sexta , integrantes de la Red contra la Represión y alumnos de la escuelita zapatista, se manifestaron con pintas y quema de basura electoral frente a las oficinas del Partido Verde Ecologista ( PVEM) en el D.F. para responsabilizar a Manuel Velazco Coello (Gobernador del Estado de Chiapas y miembro del PVEM) por las agresiones sufridas, y para mostrar la solidaridad con las comunidades zapatistas ante posibles futuras agresiones, pues se teme que en el marco de las próximas elecciones en Chiapas , se desate la violencia contra aquellos que no contemplan la partidocracia como opción .

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Por lo anterior, individuos y colectivos simpatizantes, hacen un llamado a estar pendientes y solidarios con las comunidades zapatistas y a realizar una jornada global del 11 al 19 de Julio denominada “Los pueblos zapatistas no están solos”.

México D.F 8 de Julio 2015.

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Subcomandante Insurgente Moisés

New Paramilitary Attack. Caracol Resistencia Hacia un Nuevo Amanecer. La Garrucha.

EJÉRCITO ZAPATISTA DE LIBERACIÓN NACIONAL
MÉXICO.

25 de Junio del 2015.

A la Sexta nacional e internacional:

Como ya lo sabemos de por sí, los malos gobiernos van combinando los fraudes con la violencia. No importa si son de un partido o de otro, el Mandón siempre busca mantenerse arriba a costa de los de abajo. Para él nada valen las denuncias, se hace como sordo, porque bien que paga a los medios que se venden para que mejor le hablen bonito.

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Radio Zapatista

Between death and life: a year without Marcos

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Por: Eugenia Gutiérrez. Colectivo Radio Zapatista.
25 de mayo, 2015.

Y se fue como llegó, despacio y de pronto a la vez. Caminó la noche y la lluvia hacia un amanecer distinto, pero cargando treinta años de trabajo colectivo y devolviendo honorablemente una estafeta-bastón que los pueblos indígenas zapatistas le habían entregado.

Ha pasado un año desde la muerte autoproclamada de un Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos que desenterró al maestro Galeano junto con miles de personas para darle y darse (¿darnos?) vida nueva. El desprecio vestido de sorpresa de quien no comprende lo profundo circuló un ratito en medios comerciales mientras miles de seguidores del difunto recorrían sinceramente varias de las etapas de duelo que planteara la psiquiatra Kübler-Ross, sin llegar muy claramente a la aceptación. De hecho, todavía no hemos visto pintas ni camisetas ni tuiters que acepten la decisión del Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional con un contundente “tod@s fuimos Marcos”. Pero las comunidades zapatistas, tan relacionadas de otro modo con la muerte, han procesado ese fallecimiento necesario, vitalizador y voluntario con el mismo respeto con que enfrentan otras muertes, las innecesarias, las que no debieron ser, no así.

Justo en ese contexto de resignificación de la muerte como vida, del cuerpo inerte como semilla, de la ausencia forzada como presencia decidida, no en la teoría sino en la práctica, se nos vino encima una cascada de dolores que pudieron haberse evitado. Como habitantes de México y del mundo, a lo largo de este año turbulento hemos recorrido un verdadero campo minado de noticias que nos han provocado un insomnio interminable. El paquete de reformas estructurales que organismos y empresas supranacionales diseñaron para México había sido firmado en tiempo y forma. Casi de inmediato, los vítores que provocó entre las élites millonarias se mezclaron con los gritos de quienes padecieron desde la pobreza los resultados violentos de ese diseño que se tragó de un trago siglos de lucha independentista y décadas de movimientos obreros, campesinos, laborales, indígenas, feministas, ecologistas, magisteriales y estudiantiles. Entonces llegó la noche de Iguala para mostrarnos de qué está hecho el sistema político y económico que nos parasita aquí y en todos lados. Pero también llegó un anuncio que apenas vamos descifrando. El zapatismo hablando de “herencia”, de “legado”, de cosecha para repartir en cachitos pesadísimos que se ofrecen a quien los quiera recibir en un semillero.

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Subcomandante Insurgente Moisés

Resistance and Rebellion III. Subcomandante Insurgente Moisés. 8 May

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The Word of Subcomandante Insurgente Moisés

May 8, 2015

Good afternoon compañeros, compañeras, brothers and sisters.

Perhaps by continuing our explanation of how resistance and rebellion are weapons for us you will better understand some of the things that our compañeros and compañeras here at the table have talked about.

Through our resistance and rebellion, we have come to understand that by putting resistance and rebellion into practice we confirm that we will not allow in our struggle what happened in 1910, when so many of our fellow Mexicans died. Who took advantage of that situation?

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Centro de Derechos Humanos Fray Bartolomé de Las Casas

Report: La Realidad, a context of war.

En estos últimos años, en el territorio de la Junta de Buen Gobierno de La Realidad, el Centro de Derechos Humanos Fray Bartolomé de Las Casas (Frayba) ha documentado diversos eventos donde la contrainsurgencia del gobierno mexicano, junto con agentes no estatales, trata de destruir al proyecto de autonomía de las comunidades zapatistas. Esta acción de contrainsurgencia está relacionada a los intereses del control territorial y vulnera los derechos colectivos a la tierra, el territorio, los recursos naturales, el autogobierno, la autonomía y la libre determinación.

Read or download here the Report: La Realidad, Context of War.

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