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Artist: #JavierJaen #Barcelona Spain 🇪🇸 - Title: untitled ("The tip of the iceberg"/ Die Spitze des Eisberges")- #Streetart #Art #Drawing #Politic #Satire #Trump #Collage #Illustration #Iceberg Website:

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FIR commemorates 50 years “Carnation Revolution” in Portugal
While anti-fascists in many European countries celebrate May 8 as the day of liberation from fascism and war or May 9 as Victory Day, in Italy, for example, April 25 is celebrated as Liberation Day on a national level. Portugal commemorates this year April 25 as the 50th anniversary of the “Carnation Revolution”. On this occasion, we are remembering this important anniversary in this newsletter. On April 25, 1974, the clerical-fascist regime of Antonio Salazar was overthrown by the joint action of resistance fighters and left-wing military officers. In the early morning of that day, the song “Grândola, Vila Morena” was played on Catholic radio. This was the signal for the uprising. The Movimento das Forças Armadas (MFA) moved into Lisbon with military vehicles to occupy ministries, radio and television stations and the airport. This action was spread throughout the country. The MFA uprising was supported by the population and was largely unopposed. The revolution owes its name to the red carnations that people put in the barrels of the rebel soldiers’ guns. Since then, “Grândola, Vila Morena” has been the anthem of the Portuguese anti-fascists. After the end of Mussolini’s rule in Italy in 1945, the Salazar regime was the oldest fascist dictatorship in Europe. Appointed prime minister in 1932, he created a new clerical-fascist state (“O Estado Novo”) with the banning of free trade unions and left-wing parties, the arrest of their leaders and the establishment of an extremely repressive system. The Tarrafal concentration camp and the prisons in Peniche, Aljube and Caxias became symbols of persecution, the tools of which were the political police, the Portuguese Legion, a fascist militia, and military units of the Republican National Grades. Despite the repression, the communist party PCP built up illegal structures and resistance groups. It created aid organizations for political prisoners and their families. Visible signs of the resistance were a revolutionary strike on January 18, 1934 and the seamen’s strike on September 8, 1936. As a result, the regime set up the Tarrafal concentration camp on Cape Verde on October 29, 1936, which was used as a concentration camp until 1954 and later as an internment camp for anti-colonial liberation fighters. The prison conditions were catastrophic. The internees died in the “camp of slow death” from malnutrition, spoiled food, and contaminated drinking water, lack of medical care, forced labor and torture. Among those imprisoned were anarcho-syndicalist strike activists, trade union leaders, republicans, anti-fascist oppositionists and the entire secretariat of the PCP. Despite such persecution, the resistance continued. Strikes were organized in June 1943 and on May 8 and 9, 1944 in the Lisbon region and the Baixo Ribatejo province, and underground leaflets and newspapers were distributed, especially anti-war manifestos written by the PCP. A symbol of the resistance was the Peniche Fortress, which the Salazar regime converted into a high-security prison. Popular leaders of the resistance were imprisoned here under inhumane conditions. In addition to reports of torture and other ordeals, memories of two spectacular escapes shape the narrative of this historic site. The communist Jaime Serra made the first escape in December 1950. On January 3, 1960, ten communist prisoners, including Álvaro Cunhal, escaped. They climbed down the outer walls using a rope made from bed sheets. After his escape, Cunhal went into exile. From there, he worked for an anti-fascist Portugal, which achieved liberation from the Salazar regime with the “Carnation Revolution” in April 1974. Not only for anti-fascists in Portugal, but also for the FIR and its member federations was the „Carnation Revolution“ a confirmation of their support for the resistance forces in Portugal itself. A few months earlier, Athenian students had shown that the Greek obrist’s regime would not last much longer either. In this way, the “Carnation Revolution” in April 1974 became a symbol of the ability to overcome fascist regimes, such as the Franco dictatorship in Spain and the Pinochet regime in Chile, through the power of the people and international solidarity. Today, a struggle for history is also taking place in Portugal. Since its foundation in 1976, URAP (União de Resistentes Antifascistas Portugueses) has been fighting for an appropriate public commemoration of April 25, 1974 and for a memorial in the Peniche fortress. On this anniversary, a central memorial place to the anti-fascist struggle is finally to be inaugurated there – in conjunction with a conference on the anti-fascist struggle in Portugal.

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Italy: 9 April Strike – USB University and Research on the Streets to Demand STOP THE GENOCIDE OF THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE!
9 April Strike: USB University and Research on the Streets to Demand STOP THE GENOCIDE OF THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE! NO TO SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION WITH THE ISRAELI GOVERNMENT USB is fighting for the withdrawal of the MAECI (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation) announcement during the National Mobilisation Week of University Research. The USB, which has always been active in support of the Palestinian people, and especially since 7 October, is taking to the streets to support the mobilisation that is sweeping through Italian universities. In addition to the call for a general ceasefire to put an end to the genocide of the Palestinian people, there is also a demand for a halt to scientific cooperation between Italian and Israeli universities and research centres aimed at developing projects that could lead to products that could also be used in the military field. Specifically, these include those that can be traced back to the MAECI (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation) announcement. Faced with the persistent violation of the most basic human rights by the Israeli authorities, in defiance of the norms of international law, the USB Pubblico Impiego has decided to call a day of national strike on 9 April 2024. The strike of all university staff (teaching and administrative) and of the CNR (National Research Council) will be accompanied by street initiatives in many cities. The mobilisation is necessary to demand the withdrawal of the notice and, more generally, to take a firm stand against the suspension of industrial, scientific and technological cooperation between Italian and Israeli universities and research centres. USB Public Sector

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Breaking News:

Republicans do not engage in good faith.

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30 August 2014

Model: Stephanie Branton

Photos: Josh Ryan

Playmate of the month: September 2014

Playmate Stephanie Branton is a vital natural resource. She may be a bottle blonde, but her hazel eyes, full lips and ample breasts are all hers, and as our latest Miss September, we’re pleased to call Miss Branton ours. “I grew up in Conception Bay, Newfoundland,” says Stephanie. “It’s a small Eastern Canadian town, on an island in the Atlantic. The people are friendly, the land is beautiful, but there aren’t many opportunities for models!” Stephanie packed her bags and made tracks for Los Angeles, California, where she scored a Playmate test at Studio West – and the rest, as they say, is history. “I’ve wanted to be a Playmate all my life,” gushes Stephanie. “Actually, it was my dad who inspired me. He had a subscription to Playboy, and I know that he admired Hugh Hefner. When I saw my first issue, I knew that I wanted to be a part of it – and it’s finally happening!” These days, Stephanie lives and loves in LA, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. “I love to go out with my girlfriends in Hollywood,” she says. “There’s so much to see and do. And of course, I love to spend Sundays at the Mansion!” A self-proclaimed Newfie, Steph comes from a long line of Canadian Playmates, and she’s excited to represent Canada as a Playboy Bunny stateside. “You know, Shannon Tweed is from Newfoundland,” she says. “Once the magazine comes out, people are gonna go crazy. My mom says I’m already a celebrity back home. I want to make everyone proud!” In the words of Jane Austen, a person may be proud without being vain, and our Miss September is as cool, calm and humble as they come. We wouldn't have her any other way.


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On Servers with CloudFare

As you know I'm into ( ) so is but with the opposed intention, where I like to stay private, love to steal all of it, leaving me with less than naked.

When You add a SSL Cert to a server hosted behind CloudFlare you are obfuscating the fact that the connection IS NOT SECURE, it is by so they can harvest everything you are sending them, such as your credit card details...

Bottom line is, I do it for your protection and as a demonstration against those who gives a damn in my fundamental right to , and . Why should i have any concern for them❓> Or Bot Accounts

To much shit and unmaintained contents, just generally badly maintained accounts. Posting contents should always be a personal thing with a touch of the person who post it. Not "spam"...

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❤️ Artist: in City: Parc de les Glòries, Spain 🇪🇸 2023 - Title: "Dios mío, Ayúdame a sobrevivir a este amor mortal" - ("My God, help me to survive this mortal love. / "Mein Gott, hilf mir, diese tödliche Liebe zu überleben") -

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Artist: Spain 🇪🇸 - Title: "Boris"- 🇬🇧

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rozlatiff, to Malaysia

Morning! Still can’t quite believe that happened and knowing Malaysian politics, it prob won’t last very long but for now… Anwar Ibrahim is PM. Reformasi era here at last.


@rozlatiff I understand that has been in a turmoil. In fact, our political stability is ranked 89th in the world. But Mr has an interesting start yesterday, let's hope for a stable and inclusive unity government.

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