International Struggles

Protest in response to the « COP21 » Paris climate conference
Wednesday, December 4th, 2015
Norman Bethune Square
(Guy-Concordia metro station)

A copresentation of CKUT

Manif pendant le sommet de la Terre de Paris « COP 21 »
Vendredi, 4 décembre 2015
Place Norman-Bethune
(Métro Guy)

Un événement de la CLAC-Montréal
Coprésenté par CKUT

english version below



Rassemblement : Place Norman Bethune

(coin Guy et de Maisonneuve Ouest, métro Guy-Concordia)

carte :

Oyé ! Oyé ! Lancement du nouveau numéro du journal de la Clac-Montréal :Coup de torchon !

Le journal qui torche !

Coup de torchon |n. m. | loc.

Bagarre, combat, lutte individuelle ou collective, conflit, guerre, bataille ; 
se battre, se quereller, se disputer, combattre.

Vendredi le 16 septembre, à partir de 17h

Au Yer Mad ; 901, boul. de Maisonneuve Est (métro Berri)

The banks and big corporations have emerged from the economic crisis as winners. They continue to amass record profits! But, for the majority of the population, things are going differently. The crisis not only funnelled hundreds of billions of dollars of public money into "saving" the financial system, it served as a pretext for big businesses to carry out massive lay-offs and for governments world-wide to cut social services such as education and health.

Capitalism only serves a handful of individuals. There have been endless corruption scandals and thefts of public funds. There have been tax cuts for the rich ... followed by cut-backs imposed on us. The greed of the rich is matched only by the enormous bonuses they lavish on themselves. It's ridiculous!

Immigrants, the unemployed, people on social assistance, single mothers and the elderly are cruelly affected by the crisis of capitalism. But the so-called "middle" class is now also directly affected and the situation is only going to get worse: higher costs of living, lower salaries, reduced social protections, privatization, health care user-fees and more.

We all contribute to the production of wealth. There is no valid reason for not sharing it fairly. There is absolutely no reason why this wealth should be stolen by a handful of billionaires, whether they be business leaders, war-lords, oil kings or dictators! Let's follow the example of the angry people of Tunisia, Egypt and Greece. Here, just like there, against capitalism, against all forms of oppression, for a better life, we have every reason to rise up!

Let's rise up in the streets of Montreal on May 1st, International Workers' Day. Bring your flags and your scarves. Let's hit the streets!

An invitation from CLAC-Montréal, /


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Le verger au complet!

La Convergence des luttes anticapitalistes (CLAC) produit une série de podcasts sous forme d'entrevues nommée Le Verger au complet qui vise la diffusion d’informations relatives à l’abolition de la police et des prisons et à la justice, en abordant des thématiques telles que l'emprisonnement des migrant.e.s, la criminalisation de la dissidence et la justice transformatrice.

Alors que les discours libéraux présentent les violences policières comme l'affaire de quelques pommes pourries dans le panier nous proposons plutôt une analyse critique de la police et des institutions punitives: on ne réforme pas un système pourri, on l’abolit! Attaquons-nous au verger au complet!

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