Venezuela

Venezuelan Anarchist framed, detained and tortured by Maduro’s police

  • Posted on: 27 July 2017
  • By: thecollective

From Sharp and Pointed (translated from the original in Spanish)

(We received this a few days ago from our Venezuelan comrades connected with El Libertario. It begins with a note from our compañeros/as announcing a series of pieces on the current rebellion and repression — arrests, beatings, and torture — of anarchist and other protesters by the “leftist” Maduro regime, and expressing thanks to those who spread this information.

The 'Madurization' of Chavismo: anarchist statement on Venezuela

  • Posted on: 2 July 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Libcom

Statement from the Anarchist Federation of Central America and the Caribbean on the ongoing crisis in Venezuela, its origins, and the need to resist both the Bolivarian government and its right-wing opposition.

Anarchists of the Caribbean and Central America on the Neo-Liberal and Militaristic “Madurization” of Chavismo
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A call from Venezuela to the anarchists of Latin America and the world: Solidarity is much more than a written word

  • Posted on: 12 May 2017
  • By: thecollective

From El Libertario

Editorial Collective of the anarchist newspaper El Libertario

We address all the expressions of the libertarian movement, particularly those of this continent, not only to draw their attention to the situation we are living in Venezuela since April 2017, but by what we understand as urgency for the international anarchism expresses more emphatically on these dramatic circumstances, with positions and actions consistent with what has been the preaching and practice of the anti-hierarchic (actual word used here is “Ácrata”.^N.delT.) ideal in its historical walk.

Venezuela: Anarchists speak out against the Charter of the OAS

  • Posted on: 20 April 2017
  • By: thecollective

From Insurrection News

The OAS, the Organization of American States, is an international organization made up of states in so-called North and South America. The OAS, based in Washington, has recently passed resolutions to suspend Venezuela’s membership from the organization, citing “Venezuela of violating the rights of its people, including by ignoring the results of 2015 legislative elections and by incarcerating political opponents. Such actions conflict with the standards of the Inter-American Democratic Charter that Venezuela has signed.” Opposition politicians in Venezuela have said that the Charter of the OAS must be respected and point to the OAS as a justification for their protests. Meanwhile, the Venezuelan government decries the OAS and such opposition politicians as inciting foreign intervention into the country.