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Fidel: “Seré marxista-leninista hasta el final de mi vida”

first_imgCon la muerte de uno de los más grandes revolucionarios de los tiempos modernos, se escribirán muchos recuerdos: de los increíbles hechos revolucionarios que llevó a cabo con sus camaradas; historias que iluminan su personalidad; recuerdos políticos, etc.Colectivamente, todos ellos componen el magnífico cuadro de un revolucionario rebelde. También es útil destacar el papel de la teoría revolucionaria en los logros históricos de Fidel.En un extenso discurso transmitido por radio y televisión en Cuba el 2 de diciembre de 1961, el quinto aniversario del desembarco del Granma, Fidel habló del trasfondo del desarrollo de la Revolución Cubana. La transcripción del discurso fue publicada por Fair Play for Cuba en febrero de 1962 y re-publicada por Walter Lippmann en Cuba News en 2007. Como parte de este trasfondo, Fidel le dijo al pueblo cubano lo siguiente:“¿Qué socialismo tenemos que aplicar aquí? ¿El socialismo utópico?“Simplemente tenemos que aplicar el socialismo científico. Por eso comencé diciendo con total franqueza que creemos en el marxismo, que creemos que es la teoría más correcta, la más científica, la única teoría verdaderamente revolucionaria. Lo digo aquí con total satisfacción (aplausos) y con plena confianza: soy marxista-leninista, y seré marxista-leninista hasta el final de mi vida (aplausos prolongados)”.Fidel ya había declarado la revolución socialista el día antes de la invasión de Playa Girón en abril de 1961, pero el 2 de diciembre fue su primera declaración pública y personal por el marxismo-leninismo.La declaración de Fidel sobre su adhesión al marxismo-leninismo no está aislada. En la emisión, Fidel reveló su profunda familiaridad con la historia revolucionaria y social. Cita a Karl Marx y su colaborador, Frederick Engels. Cita a V.I. Lenin como el teórico que adaptó a Marx al siglo XX; Discute el comunismo primitivo, la esclavitud, el surgimiento de la burguesía y el ascenso del proletariado; La Revolución Francesa, la Revolución Rusa y muchos otros aspectos de la historia que muestran su dominio teórico del marxismo-leninismo.Insta a las/os líderes a estudiar la teoría y a poder aplicarla. Resumió su apreciación de Marx: “¿Cuál es el mérito histórico de Marx? Marx escribe algo, una interpretación correcta de lo que iba a suceder, no simplemente porque la gente lo quiso, sino porque las mismas leyes de la evolución histórica lo predeterminaron. Este es el gran mérito de Marx, el fundador del socialismo científico, que da a la clase obrera una teoría “.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

Arson attack on independent media group’s printing press

first_img October 20, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Arson attack on independent media group’s printing press News Sri Lanka: tamil reporter held on absurd terrorism charge Reporters Without Borders voiced concern today about increasing harassment of Sri Lanka’s independent news media in the run-up to a presidential election on 17 November, condemning a 16 October arson attack on the printing press of a media group that publishes two weeklies critical of the government, the English-language Sunday Leader and Sinhalese-language Irudina.“We call on the authorities to put a stop to these acts of intimidation against independent media in order to allow journalists to work freely and ensure diversity in the press coverage of the election campaign,” the press freedom organisation said.Around seven or eight armed individuals entered the printing press in Ratmalana, near Colombo, at about 8 p.m. on 16 October, according to the police and employees present at the time. They hit and threatened publication manager S. A. Dias, demanded that printing of the newspapers should stop, and set fire to 40 bundles of newspapers before leaving. The employees were able to put the fire out before it could spread to the presses.In recent years, the Sunday Leader has developed a reputation for investigative reporting that has often upset President Chandrika Kumaratunga’s government, and it has been the target of threats or violence on more than one occasion in the past. There was a murder attempt on its editor, Lasantha Wikramatunga, in 1998, while Dias wrote to the police chief in May saying his life was in danger as a result of threats from a pro-government parliamentarian who was accusing him of supporting the Tamil Tigers.The police say they are investigating the attacks. Help by sharing this information News to go further News Follow the news on Sri Lanka Receive email alerts Sri LankaAsia – Pacific center_img July 15, 2020 Find out more Organisation Sri Lanka: RSF signs joint statement on attacks against human rights defenders, lawyers and journalists News RSF_en Sri LankaAsia – Pacific January 13, 2021 Find out more Sri Lanka: Journalist manhandled by notorious police inspector currently on trial July 29, 2020 Find out morelast_img read more

Twelve-year prison sentence for arson attack on newspaper and two radio stations

first_img Receive email alerts RSF_en News May 13, 2021 Find out more BrazilAmericas April 15, 2021 Find out more News Bruno Gaudêncio Coércio, Amarildo Barbosa and Amauri Delábio Campoy were sentenced to 12 years in prison on 25 January for planning and carrying out an arson attack that destroyed much of the building that houses the Diário de Marília daily newspaper and its two sister radio stations, Diário FM and Dirceu AM, on 8 September in Marília, in São Paulo state.The arson attack was a serious press freedom violation as the defendants acted with the intention of silencing the three news media, the judge ruled. Their conviction is seen as ending a long period of harassment and intimidation, as well as disinformation blamed on the supporters of former prefect Abelardo Camarinha, the arson attack’s alleged instigator._______________________________________________________________09.09.05 – Arsonists torch daily newspaper and two radio stations Reporters Without Borders said it was outraged by an arson attack by three hooded gunmen that gutted most of a building housing the Diário de Marília daily newspaper and two radio stations, Diário FM and Dirceu AM, yesterday in Marília, in the southeastern state of São Paulo.“Whether an act of criminal vandalism or a targeted reprisal against a newspaper that is critical of the local political class, this attack is yet further evidence that the local press is not entirely safe in Brazil,” the press freedom organisation said.“We call on the São Paulo state authorities to carry out a thorough investigation and we urge the federal government to guarantee press freedom throughout the country,” the organisation added.The building was the headquarters of the Central Marília Noticias media group, which owns the newspaper and the two radio stations. Night watchman Sérgio Silva de Araújo, who was alone in the building at the time, said a woman in her 20s appeared at about 3 a.m. claiming she wanted to hand in a message for one of the radio stations. When he opened the door to take the message, three hooded men forced their way in and threatened him with their guns. Initially they asked to be taken to the company’s safe. But then they poured gasoline over furniture and equipment set it alight. The ensuing blaze destroyed nearly 80 per cent of the building.Diário de Marília editor José Ursilio de Souza said he though the attack was a deliberate reprisal against his newspaper, which “had just adopted a critical editorial line towards local politicians.” The newspaper can still be read on the Internet. Follow the news on Brazil Help by sharing this information to go furthercenter_img Reports News Alarm after two journalists murdered in Brazil RSF begins research into mechanisms for protecting journalists in Latin America April 27, 2021 Find out more Organisation 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies January 30, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Twelve-year prison sentence for arson attack on newspaper and two radio stations BrazilAmericas last_img read more