Che: Reports on his murder

A Journal of People report

Imperialist henchmen murdering Che enrages people around the world. People still search reports on murdering Che. Following are excerpts from a few reports by the mainstream media:

A Newsweek report headlined “How Did Che Die? The CIA Helped Military-Ruled Bolivia Kill the Marxist Revolutionary” said:

“Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara was executed in Bolivia on October 9, 1967, and the CIA’s role in his death remains controversial.Read More »

This is for the Guardian, NYT and the BBC: 1939 to 2018

 by William Bowles

Investigating Imperialism | January 21, 2018

Before I go any further with this let me state that I’m not a Trotskyist, or a Leninist, or a Stalinist or a Maoist (but I might have been all of the above, with exception of Maoist, at one time or another). However, I might be a Zapatista, at least in spirit, but I’m definitely a Socialist Revolutionary (or is that a Revolutionary Socialist?). I’m not sure if I’m a Marxist either, but I’m definitely an admirer of the old man, he was a great artist and thinker, and possibly, along with Charles Darwin, the greatest mind of the 19th century. Whatever you call it, we need a socialist revolution and we need one now, we are running out of time!Read More »

Bypassing Major Networks, Over a Million Tune In for Sanders ‘Medicare for All’ Town Hall


Common Dreams | January 24, 2018

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) hosted an online town hall meeting on his proposal for Medicare for All on Tuesday night. (Photo: @PrincepsTonza/Twitter)

Sen. Bernie Sanders’s (I-Vt.) town hall on Medicare for All drew more than one million online viewers in addition to the hundreds of attendees who packed an auditorium at the U.S. Capitol to capacity.

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Brazil: Thousands rally in solidarity with Lula as court ruling on right to stand nears

Morning Star | January 24, 2017

SUPPORTERS of former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva flooded into Porto Alegre today prior to a court ruling in the city on whether to overturn his highly contentious corruption conviction.

Over 15,000 activists camped out overnight near the court while thousands more gathered in Porto Alegre and other cities.Read More »