French imperialism out of Mali! InPDUM Stockholm To Hold Demo In Front of French Embassy!
INPDUM STOCKHOLM “Nu på fredag den 25e”
Vi kräver det omedelbara och ovillkorliga tillbakadragandet av de franska trupperna från Mali.
Vi motsätter oss imperialistiska krig. Och det pågår ett imperialistiskt aggressions krig i Mali.
Afrikas folk måste möta utmaningen för att stoppa den parasitiska europeiska och amerikanska imperialismen, från att skifta fokus från deras kris till den afrikanska världen genom militär ockupation och terror.
Bröder och systrar och alla som är emot det här Imperialistiska systemet kom och delta!
ETT AFRIKA EN NATION ETT FOLK!
UHURU betyder FRIHET!
Tid: Kl 15:00
Adress: Kommendörsgatan 13, 114 48 Stockholm
Stockholm, Sweden – On Friday, January 25 the Stockholm branch of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) will hold a militant demonstration outide of the French embassy to support the righteous demand made by the African Socialist International (ASI) for the immediate withdrawal of the French military, an immediate end to the violent and colonial aggression being waged by the French against our homeland and the complete liberation and unification of Africa and African people under the leadership of the workers and poor peasants.
The InPDUM is the mass organization of the ASI.
The African Socialist International demands the immediate and unconditional withdrawal of French troops from Mali.
We are calling on African people everywhere to organize and mobilize throughout the world, and in France itself to demand French troops out of Mali.
We are calling on Africans everywhere to hold demonstrations at French embassies and interests stations internationally to oppose the invasion of Mali and demand an end to the French imperialist aggression.
We are opposed to imperialist wars! And this is an imperialist war of aggression in Mali.
French imperialism is in crisis! After only six months as French president , François Holland’s popularity has plummeted from 53% to 43%, according to poll takers. With rising unemployment over 10%. He wants to use state resources to create 150, 000 jobs for the youth and 60,000 teacher jobs while at the same time making the biggest budget cuts in France in the last 30 years.
And with Holland threatening to tax the rich, millionaires are fleeing France, going to Belgium and other European destinations. In addition, major French companies are laying workers at an alarming rate.
In Europe, Francois Hollande is on the defensive, as he is unable or unwilling to endorse German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s key demands on the “EU’s right to intervene in national budgets” (des Spiegel , 22 October).
in France, Holland is confronted with a declining French competitiveness in industry on the one hand, and a white left/strong union fighting to protect worker gains and historical white standard of living on the other. And with France’s social programs consuming 56 percent of its GDP, Holland is looking to the neo colonies to solve its economic woes.
Hollande is on the same path as his predecessor, Nicolas Sarkorzy who led the invasion of Libya in conjunction with U.S. military forces from AFRICOM. It us France, Britain, and the U.S. who are leading the war of aggression and destabilization of Syria.
France is now leading the aggression in Mali disguised as a fight against Islamists. U.S. troops and aircraft are also actively involved in the aggression against Mali. Everything seems to suggest, as it was in Libya, that the US is setting the terms while allowing France to give the impression that they are in command, when in reality, AFRICOM is the real leader of operations in Mali.
From Mali to Somali, from Libya to Congo, from Haiti to Colombia. The African working class must rise to the challenge to stop the parasitic European and US imperialism from shift their crisis on the African world by military occupation and terror.
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