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|ZAPATISTA RED ALERT- PROTEST FOR ATENCO|
|Date||Friday May 19|
|Time||7:00 AM - 12:00 PM|
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on Folsom, between 1st and 2nd
5pm- 24th and Mission St
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COME OUT - JOIN THE WORLD IN THE
FIRST OF INTERNATIONAL PROTESTS FOR THE FREEDOM OF POLITICAL PRISONERS and JUSTICE IN ATENCO.
24th and Mission (Bart Station)
Communiqué of the Intergalactic Commission
"firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com> wrote:
ZAPATISTA NATIONAL ARMY for LIBERATION
16 of May of the 2006
To the world communities
To all the adherents of the Zezta Internazional
Our companions adherent to the Sixth Declaration of the Lacandona Jungle
and the Other Campaign in Mexico are preparing and organizing themselves
to continue fighting for the freedom of all the prisoners taken on the 3rd
and 4th days of May in San Salvador Atenco, State of Mexico.
We share our words to continue calling to the pacific mobilization and to
continue supporting our compañer@s. In Mexico the 19th of May is being
programmed as a day of mobilizations at 8 in the morning. The proposal is
that at international level we also mobilize that day in our respective
The second national mobilization is being programmed in Mexico for the
28th of May 2006 at 10:30am. And the proposal is that we also organize
that day anywhere in the world.
We know and we think that the pacific mobilizations of thousand different
ways will be organized, with the purpose of expressing what we felt that
they did to our compañer@s of Atenco, because they have already done this
to us also and because therefore to us they will continue doing if we are
not united and in support.
Nobody will stop to us in our mobilizations. Because it is right and it is
necessary for our fight.
Liberation of all of our compañer@s of Atenco!
From the mountains of the Lacandona Jungle.
Lieutenant Colonel Insurgente Moisés.
Mexico, May of 2006