Al Jazeera English and many outlets are reporting on the people’s revolution happening now in the Middle East.
Frontlines of Revolutionary Struggle offers some news, while Lenin’s Tomb covers the organizing of protest in authoritarian Egypt. Kasama via Solidarity offers perspective on organizing in Egypt. Fight Back News adds:
Every progressive person needs to know that the rebellion in Egypt is against more than poverty or the corruption of the Mubarak regime. U.S. support has been critical to keeping Mubarak in power for more than 30 years. Egypt is the number two recipient of American aid, right behind Israel. When you see tear gas choking people in the streets of Cairo, you can be sure that it was made in the United States.
Inter Press Service points out U.S. diplomacy measures have failed. Democracy and Class Struggle remarks the latest machinations appear to be maneuvers aimed at protecting U.S. imperialism. As Gizmodo investigates how Egypt cut off the Internet (check the Mashable infographic too), World War 4 Report covers U.S. ties to Egypt’s powerful surveillance tech.
- Where’s the American Outrage against U.S. Support of Dictatorships?
- International League of Peoples’ Struggle Salutes and Congratulates the People of Egypt
- Egypt’s Insurrection Exposes Middle East Class Conflicts
- Uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia Expose Hypocrisy and Cynicism of Western Liberalism
- Egyptian Communist Party: “The Revolution Will Continue Until the Demands of the Masses are Achieved”