ما مرغهای طوفان آینده ایم

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"ما مرغهای طوفان آینده ایم" – لولا لافون نویسندهء فرانسوی
اینهایند مرغهای طوفان:
ـ پرولترهای آرژانتینی 2001
ـ شورشیان حومه های فرانسه در 2005 و دانشجویانی که قرارداد موقت کار را نپذیرفتند
ـ جوانان اوران، الجزیره، کابیلی که علیه افزایش قیمت ها شوریدند
ـ کارگران صنایع پارچه بافی محله (مصر) در 2008
ـ کارگران زن در بنگلادش که کارگاه هایشان را به آتش کشیدند
ـ مردم حومه های بوئنس آیرس که قطارهایی که آنها را به سرکار میبرد در هم شکستند
ـ پرولترهای یونانی 2008 که هیچ مطالباتی نداشتند
ـ مردم حلبی آباد مانیل که با پلیس در گیر میشوند و کارگران که به کمک آنان می آیند
ـ پرولترهای بارسلون در 2011 که مینویسند "خشمتان را کجا رها کردید؟"
 
"We are the birds of the coming storm"
 
These birds
-are the argentinean proletarians of 2001
-are the rioters of the French suburbs in 2005 and the students refusing the CPE and the CDI
-are the youngsters of Oran, Alger, and Kabylia rioting against the raise of food prices
-are the clothing industry workers of Mahalla in 2008
-are the female workers of Bangladesh burning down their factories
-are the people from the suburbs of Buenos Aires smashing the trains taking them to work
-are the Greek proletarians of 2008 demanding nothing
-are the people living in a slum of Manilla fighting the police and the workers coming to evict them
-are the proletarians in Barcelona in 2011 writing: "Where did you put your rage?"  
-are these demonstrators walking behind a banner saying: "If we can't live,
we will not work!" during the Oakland general strike, on the 2nd of November.
- are the miners South African in September 2012 that disconnect without advance notice, without presenting of demands in the forms, and reject the labor union
- are a group of striking workers attempted to break into an armoury November, 2012
- are the 16 and 22-year-old demonstrators in Egypt and that are not pacifist any more, but answer the violence of law enforcement, by the other means; Molotov cocktails and also gun firings and burn the premises of the Muslim Brothers
- are  hundreds of people december 2012 laid waste to shops and took part in violent clashes with the police in the South of Argentina.
 
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Unfolds the poignant story of three women and their search for justice from the daily plight of sexual harassment in Egypt.

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Post-revolution labour strikes, social struggles on rise in Egypt: Report

Egypt saw almost four times as many workers' protests last year – in both public and private sectors – as it did in 2010, according to new report by local NGO
•  Egypt-wide railway strike averted after talks
•  Arrest warrants issued for striking bazaar workers in Egypt's Luxor
•  Workers maintain strike at Egypt's Sokhna Port over contract dispute
•  Wave of strikes: Egypt Labour fights back, Capital draws a line

At Cairo University, students block staff from entering buildings
Cairo University students who live in the university’s dormitories banned staff from entering the dormitory’s administrative buildings on Monday morning for the second day, according to Al-Ahram’s Arabic language website. The students closed both the dormitory’s administrative buildings with a sit-in, saying that they will not disperse until new student bylaws are decided.
They stated that their demands include achieving better student services and having an ambulance ready on campus in case of emergencies. Mohamed Badran, the head of the Egyptian Student Union, is visiting the student dormitories of Al-Azhar and Cairo Universities to check on the situation. On Sunday, hundreds of students protested the state of education in Egypt during nationwide demonstrations called for by several opposition groups.
Dozens of students marched from Cairo University to Cabinet headquarters in downtown Cairo chanting: “Dignity, freedom and free, quality education.” Groups that endorsed the protest included the Socialist Popular Alliance, the Revolutionary Socialists, the Strong Egypt Party and the Egyptian Popular Current. According to Mahmoud Nawar, Revolutionary Socialist member and Helwan University student, students demand the release of colleagues detained by authorities and the provision of free education by the state.
A number of students were recently arrested at their homes on charges of thuggery and on suspicion that they belonged to the so-called ‘Black Bloc.’ The Black Bloc is a term used to describe masked men wearing black, who occasionally appear at protests and are frequently accused of violence. Protesting students also demand punishment of those responsible for attacking students on campus in several universities, and the dismissal of Egypt’s higher education minister. Recent weeks have seen several incidents in which students were attacked on campus.
Last week, “thugs” reportedly attacked Ain Shams University students marching from Cairo’s Nour Mosque to demand tighter campus security and an end to “thuggery.” This followed several earlier similar attacks by unknown assailants. On Friday, dozens of Cairo University students blocked off Tharwat Street in Giza in protest at the university’s poor services, Al-Ahram’s Arabic language website reported.
The students demanded that university authorities urgently investigate the state of the university’s facilities, and requested the implementation of student union bylaws. The protesters complained about repeated power cuts and poor food. Students said that in one case that rotten meat was served at the cafeteria in the girls’ dormitory.
On 13 April, 41 student movements from public and private Egyptian universities protested against the ministry of higher education after several crises at universities across the country. Hundreds of students marched from Cairo University to the ministry, calling for the sacking of Minister of Higher Education, Mostafa Mosaad, and the head of the Supreme Council of Private Universities, Gamal Nawara.
Students demanded better security on university campuses, as well as better-quality health and nutrition services for students who live on campus. Protesters cited the recent food poisoning incident in Al-Azhar University, where about 500 students were hospitalised after eating on campus.
http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/1/64/70347/Egypt/Politics-/At-Cairo-University,-students-block-staff-from-ent.aspx
Mexican Labor Cheaper Than China
According to an April 5, 2013 article in the Financial Times, Mexican labor is now cheaper than China: “It is no secret that the wage gap between Mexico and China has been narrowing in recent years. While labour costs in China were roughly 200 per cent lower than those in Mexico a decade ago, wage inflation in China and wage stagnation in Mexico have combined to close the gap to nearly zero… Not only are average hourly manufacturing wages in Mexico now lower than those in China in constant dollar terms, they are 20 per cent less,” due to increasing wages in China, high transportation costs and recovery of the US economy. Mexico has been able to regain market share in the US. The article continues: “In our view, an important force behind this trend is Mexico’s hourly wages are 19.6% cheaper than those of China,” adding that the demographic boom will limit wage increases.
 
Source: BofA Merrill Lynch