Her resilent and revolutionary attitude set such a tone for the possibility of survival that she inspired the phrase that has become synonmous with the Kurdish freedom struggle: Resistance is Life.
January 4 marks the commemoration of this date in 1960, when the Civil Guard and military troops ambushed and assassinated four anti-Franco anarchist guerrillas of Quico Sabaté's group.
The priority is not to impose solutions on society but to encourage these initiatives to develop within communities themselves.
Since the insurrection, the Zapatista's have focused less on armed struggle and more on building a political support network that is nationally expansive in Mexico, while maintaining an autonomous region in Chiapas that is no longer dependent on the state.
We feel that the fight we’re waging in Africa, principally in Burkina Faso, is the same fight you’re waging in Harlem. We feel that we in Africa must give our brothers in Harlem all the support they need so that their fight too becomes known….When the people stand up, imperialism trembles!
As bloody and tragic as the Syrian civil war has already been, this could open up not just a new chapter of it, but a sequel.
We need support, mobilization, mass anti-fascist action against targets at home in the West. We rely on our comrades, not the self-serving will of capitalist states.
Let our politics function like a contagious disease that spreads and infects the system’s most vital organs until we cause it to go into cardiac arrest!
The future belongs to those who struggle for liberation. They hasten the collapse of this prison-world.
The Rojava revolution, and the Democratic Confederalism are an example a society where everyone can live freely together. And this example is not only a solution for the Kurdish question or to solve the Third World War in the Middle East, but it is a perspective for all revolutionary struggles in the world to overcome the system of national states.