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As if horrified by the monster they created with unrestrained publicity, some of the corporate media have turned against the current Republican presidential candidate. Their fury borders on panic.They had already done irreparable harm by repeating ad nauseam Donald Trump’s racist, misogynist and xenophobic rants. They allowed KKK and Nazis to mobilize under the wings of his candidacy.The New York Times now leads the reversal, attacking him daily in articles, editorials and op-eds. The Times’ focus does nothing to reverse his racism. No, it is aimed at making sure Hillary Clinton is the next CEO of U.S. imperialism. Trump, they fear, will say or do something outrageous that harms U.S. ruling-class interests.Joining Times editorialists are CIA honchos, Pentagon generals and Wall Street economists, even psychologists who analyze Trump’s “narcissistic personality disorder.”Their collective message is “Vote for Clinton at all costs. Or else.”What’s revealing are their reasons.Even a stopped clock is right twice a day. Trump may fall short of that standard. But in his quest for issues that resonate with the public or the media, he sometimes strikes home. And brings down the establishment attacks on his head.He said, for example, that NATO no longer had its Cold War mission and had outlived its usefulness, that Russia did not really invade Ukraine and that Vladimir Putin is a strong leader.Given his history, there is no reason to believe Trump will actually stand strong for these statements longer than it takes to post his next tweet. He just hopes to hit paydirt with a hot issue. That’s what a demagogue does. And the people want peace.What the corporate media reveals, though, and we cite the Times as an example, is that the ruling class prefers a tested warmonger in the White House. One like Clinton.The Times and Clinton promote NATO, which U.S. strategy has turned from an anti-Soviet pact into an aggressive war machine. Since the 1990s NATO has made war on Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya and surrounded Russia from the West, all with Clinton’s approval.The Times and Clinton also attack Russia for defending its naval base in the Crimea — whose people prefer Russia — from a pro-West coup regime in Kiev supported by fascists. Clinton is OK with coup regimes, as she showed in Honduras. She and her team of neo-cons and former Cold Warriors will assuredly boost NATO and attack Putin.With people in general, both Clinton and Trump are unpopular at historic levels. They both earned the people’s disdain. Clinton is a pro-war, ruling-class machine politician, Trump a racist demagogue. There is no electoral road out of this hell.Workers World Party is running a presidential campaign to put socialism on the front burners and to build solidarity with the Black Lives Matter and immigrant movements. We want to keep the struggle in the streets. Against Trump. And against Clinton. We want you to join that struggle, and not just for this election year.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
San Diego — Workers World Party hosted a “Free All Political Prisoners” forum at the Brown Building, a space for activists in the City Heights community here on Dec. 9. This meeting was called to pay tribute to Long Distance Revolutionary Mumia Abu-Jamal on the 36th anniversary of his arrest on that date in 1981.A slide presentation showed faces of political prisoners, most of them members of the Black Panther Party (BPP) and the Black Liberation Army (BLA); some have been locked up for over 40 years.Community activist Mickey Smith opened with a welcome and invited everyone to sign a card with a message of revolutionary love and greetings to Mumia Abu-Jamal. Smith emphasized that the movement to free Mumia is a movement for justice for all political prisoners.After a brief update on the case of Mumia, we watched a recorded video presentation by Sekou Abdullah Odinga, a former political prisoner released after 34 years in prison. Odinga explained why it is important to support political prisoners.Updates were given on political prisoners Leonard Peltier of the American Indian Movement (AIM), locked up since 1977, and Russell Maroon Shoats, BPP/ BLA, locked up since 1972. Representatives from the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, the San Diego Coalition to Free Mumia, the Committee Against Police Brutality (CAPB), and the San Diego Black Panther Party (SD-BPP) were present.Patrick Germany, an Amity substance-abuse counselor and member SD-BPP, and Curtis Howard, San Diego native and former inmate in the California Department of Corrections, were guest speakers.Howard spoke about his first book, “Cell Mates & Cell Outs,” in which he tells what it is really like to be in prison. It is not what you see on TV, Howard explains, “for one thing, there is no smoking allowed in California prisons and as far as weight lifting, CDC banned weights over 20 years ago.” Howard is a motivational speaker and his book is currently being studied at high schools and universities.In closing, we listened to a “Message of Love” from Mumia. The photo in front of the Mumia banner donated to CAPB by artist Mario Torero in 1997 will be sent to Mumia along with a message of revolutionary greetings and love.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
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————-Create your blog with Reporters without borders: www.rsfblog.org Detained woman journalist pressured by interrogator, harassed by prison staff January 22, 2021 Find out more Organisation RSF_en to go further Award-winning blogger about to be releasedBlogger, Alaa Abd El-Fatah, is due to be released in the evening of 21 June or the morning of 22 June at the latest, his wife said. She did not know if her husband still faced charges. The prosecutor decided on his release on 20 June.Alaa Abd El-Fatah was arrested on 7 May 2006 while he was taking part in a demonstration in front of a Cairo court. He was accused of “illegal gathering” (in violation of the emergency law), “obstructing traffic”, “insulting President Mubarak” and “insulting police officers during his arrest”.Alaa Abd El-Fatah is co-author of Manal and Alaa’s Bit Bucket, jointly awarded a 2005 best blog prize by Reporters Without Borders and German media Deutsche Welle.———————–6.06.2006Authorities release two bloggers, hold three others for two more weeksReporters Without Borders noted the release on 4 June of bloggers Malek Mostafa and Asmaa Ali. Mostafa was arrested on 26 April while Ali was arrested on 7 May. The authorities have meanwhile ordered that three other bloggers – Alaa Abd El-Fatah, Mohamed Sharkawy and Karim El-Shaer – should be held for two more weeks. All five were arrested for taking part in demonstrations.—————————–11.05.2006 Follow the news on Egypt Blogger Alaa Abd El-Fatah was released today at about 14:00 GMT from the police station in which he had been held since yesterday. His wife said he spent 24 hours standing in a small cell. She said he was also beaten, but she was not sure if it was by his cellmates or police officers. The authorities had not intended to free him until tomorrow. It seems they brought his release forward because his family and friends were demonstrating outside the police station.The public prosecutor yesterday ordered that bloggers Mohamed Sharkawy and Karim El-Shaer should be held for another two weeks.——————-20.06.06 News Support for detained award-winning blogger Alaa Abd El-Fatah February 1, 2021 Find out more News Receive email alerts News February 6, 2021 Find out more EgyptMiddle East – North Africa Less press freedom than ever in Egypt, 10 years after revolution Reporters Without Borders voiced support today for blogger Alaa Abd El-Fatah and his family following El-Fatah’s arrest along with 10 other people while demonstrating outside a Cairo court on 7 May. Three of the 10 have since been released.El-Fatah has been charged with illegal assembly (in violation of the state of emergency law), blocking traffic, insulting President Mubarak, and verbal abuse of police officers at the time of his arrest. Reporters Without Borders called for his release in a letter to the Egyptian authorities on 9 May on the grounds that the charges do not warrant his being kept in custody.Around 70 government opponents and dissidents have been arrested since the start of a wave protest in April that began when two judges called for the complete independence of Egypt’s courts and an investigation into the last presidential election.The detainees include five other bloggers who were arrested while taking part in demonstrations : Malek Mostafa, Mohammed Adel (freed on 27 May), Mohammed Sharkawy, Karim El Shaer and Asmaa Ali.El-Fatah is the co-author of Manal and Alaa’s Bit Bucket, a blog that won a prize in a competition organised by Reporters Without Borders and the German media Deutsche Welle last October. EgyptMiddle East – North Africa News June 22, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Police free award-winning blogger Alaa Abd El-Fatah Help by sharing this information Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein back home after four years in prison
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News UpdatesPrepare SOP For Investigation In Cases Of Missing Persons, Assign Children Missing Cases To Trained Officers: Sikkim HC To Govt, DGP Sparsh Upadhyay21 April 2021 10:27 PMShare This – xDealing with a case related to a 14-year-old girl who is missing since June 2013, the Sikkim High Court last week directed the State Government and Director General to come up with an SOP in the matter of missing persons including children. The Bench of Chief Justice Jitendra Kumar Maheshwari and Justice Meenakshi Madan Rai further directed that the SOP should contain the course of action required to be followed by the Investigating Officers and their team and if violated, responsibility must be fixed on such Investigating Officers. The matter before the Court As stated, the case before the Court was related to a girl Alka Subedi, aged about 14 years, found missing since June 2013 and an FIR was lodged by the mother on 20th June 2013 as Case No. 68/2013 under Section 363 IPC. As stated in the details of the investigation regarding the said girl, the statement of the mother, father, and one Laxmi of Village Suminkhor (located 7 to 8 kilometers away from the village of the missing girl) was recorded. It had come out during the course of the investigation that Laxmi had an interaction with the missing girl (Alka), who had disclosed to her that she was the daughter of Shivmaya Subhidi having a mobile and so Laxmi had informed her mother about the same on 17th June 2013. The investigation was carried out by various officers and subsequently, the case was transferred to the State CID on 19th March 2019.Court’s observations In view of this, the Court remarked, “In the investigation, it is not apparent that why the mobile number of the girl was not taken? How the girl had come 7 to 8 kilometres from her village Samdong?” The Court further noted that the photographs of the girl were taken on the same day i.e., on 20th June 2013 but the same were not communicated to other Police Stations. Importantly, the Court remarked, “Investigation must be all-around having a suspicion on everyone in the case of missing a minor girl but the said part is conspicuously missing in the investigation.” Further, having heard the Additional Advocate General, along with the In-charge Officers with their respective Superintendent of Police, the Court stated, “We are of the view that further course of action in the facts of the case with respect to the missing child Alka Subedi must be submitted by the investigating team on an affidavit.” Also, the Court directed the State/DGP to come out with the SOP within two weeks. Further, on 19th April, the Court observed that the manner in which the investigation had been done was not as per the procedure and looking to the situation in each individual FIRs and further clues which were available to the Investigating Officers.Even the Additional Advocate General stated before the Court that there were some lapses in the investigation.Further, leaving it open on the State Authorities to look into each and every investigation and its lacunas, the Court said, “Such investigation ought to be assigned to the specialized persons having acquaintance to the investigation in the case of missing Children, if trained, specially by the Government.” Importantly, the Court asked that it be apprised as to the course of action was to be taken by the high ranking Officers against the inaction of the Investigating Officers previously appointed, who did not discharge their duties. Regarding the missing case of the Girl, the Court directed that appropriate recourse be taken by the Investigating Officers under the supervision of the Officer, within a period of six weeks and the progress report be submitted within the aforesaid time for the perusal of the Court and to take further recourse. Case title – IN RE MISSING CHILDREN [WP (PIL) No. 01/2017]Click Here To Download OrderRead OrderTagsChief Justice Jitendra Kumar Maheshwari Justice Meenakshi Madan Rai Sikkim High Court Missing persons SOP For Investigation In Cases Of Missing Persons Sikkim Government Investigation SOP Investigation Children Missing Cases Next Story