Tag: internationalism

National trade unions and the absence of struggle coordination

16 February, 2021 · Global situation

The Covid epidemic situation has not only affected struggles in the healthcare system or in education, it has also transformed conditions and exacerbated previous trends in the logistics and retail sectors. Many large companies in this sector have been making huge profits from online sales while keeping their workers on the job without protection against the pandemic. Strikes broke out practically simultaneously in several countries, reflecting the worldwide interconnection of capital and the working class, strikes which were drowned out in small local struggles by the unions. Let's see what happened and what effects this situation had on the class at the global level.

Mexican maquilas go on strike again

23 April, 2020 · Mexico

Matamoros, MX. "Unions and fiirms kill the working class"

This is the time when workers in the US military industry plants should also break the trade union siege and join the struggle under the same platform, which describes and defines their interests as clearly as it does for their Mexican comrades.