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Solidaridad con la lucha haitiana en toda América del Norte

first_imgEl mes de marzo fue testigo de una serie de manifestaciones en toda América del Norte en solidaridad con las luchas del pueblo trabajador de Haití por la justicia, la democracia y el fin de la injerencia de Estados Unidos en sus asuntos internos.A las Naciones Unidos en NYC, 29 de marzo.Los miembros de la diáspora haitiana, junto con sus aliados internacionales, celebraron concentraciones en ciudades como Nueva York, Boston, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Miami, San Juan de Puerto Rico, Montreal y Ottawa (Canadá), en solidaridad con el levantamiento en curso en Haití.La Alianza Negra por la Paz (BAP, siglas en ingles,) celebró protestas en todo Estados Unidos los días 28 y 29 de marzo en coordinación con las enormes protestas que tuvieron lugar en Puerto Príncipe y en todo Haití en esos días. (Véase el vídeo de Twitter vinculado a @Blacks4Peace).La manifestación de Washington, D.C., fue en frent al Departamento de Estado, que fue llamado por BAP como “instrumental en la difusión de información errónea y la manipulación de las elecciones de Haití con el fin de mantener los regímenes de derecha en el cargo en Haití”.La concentración de Chicago se celebró frente al Consulado de Haití. En una declaración de apoyo, el BAP subrayó que actuaba en solidaridad con las masas haitianas. Haití es “la primera república negra que ha luchado durante décadas contra el dominio supremacista blanco de Estados Unidos”.En la ciudad de Nueva York, Komokoda (Comité para la Movilización contra la Dictadura en Haití) se unió al BAP para celebrar una militante y animada manifestación en la ONU, justo enfrente de la Misión de Estados Unidos. Los oradores, tanto en criollo como en inglés, denunciaron que Jovenel Moïse es un presidente impuesto por Estados Unidos que está maniobrando para convertirse en un dictador. Un orador condenó a Estados Unidos, la ONU, la Organización de Estados Americanos, la Unión Europea y el Grupo Central por interferir en los asuntos internos de Haití. El Grupo Central está compuesto por los embajadores de Francia, Alemania, España, Brasil, Canadá, Estados Unidos, la Unión Europea y representantes especiales de la OEA y la ONU.Algunos oradores en la manifestación de Nueva York llamaron a una revolución; otros condenaron los ataques a las mujeres y los abusos de Estados Unidos contra los refugiados.En Puerto Rico, Comuna Caribe y otros grupos progresistas puertorriqueños se manifestaron frente al Edificio Federal de Estados Unidos en San Juan en solidaridad con el pueblo haitiano y para exigir que “la ONU y la OEA saquen sus manos de Haití”. (Twitter @AgencyINS)Unos días antes, una coalición de grupos progresistas de San Francisco se unió al Comité de Acción por Haití para celebrar un Día de Solidaridad con Haití el 18 de marzo. (tinyurl.com/vnm9vd6c)Solidarité Québec-Haïti celebró el Día Internacional de la Eliminación de la Discriminación Racial el 20 de marzo organizando una manifestación ante la oficina del Ministro de Asuntos Exteriores para denunciar el apoyo de Canadá a la dictadura de Jovenel Moïse.(tinyurl.com/kcnwwxza) WW PHOTO: G. DunkelFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

Foreign envoys extend condolences over death of President Jokowi’s mother

first_imgSeveral foreign envoys in Indonesia have taken to social media to extend their condolences over the death of President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s mother, Sudjiatmi Notomihardjo, on Wednesday.Australian Ambassador to Indonesia Gary Quinlan offered his condolences on his official Twitter account, @DubesAustralia.Deepest condolences from myself and all Australians in Indonesia and at home to President @jokowi and his family on the very sad news of the passing of his mother, Sujiatmi Notomiharjo. Turut berduka cita.— Gary Quinlan (@DubesAustralia) March 25, 2020“Deepest condolences from myself and all Australians in Indonesia and at home to President Jokowi and his family on the very sad news of the passing of his mother, Sujiatmi Notomihardjo,” Quinlan tweeted. Responding to the news of the Sujiatmi’s passing, South Korean Ambassador to Indonesia Kim Chang Beom also offered his condolences on Twitter.On behalf of the Korean Embassy and the Korean community, I extend my deepest condolences on the passing of Mrs. Sujiatmi Notomiharjo, mother of President Jokowi. May she Rest In Peace with the Almighty. @jokowi @UmarHad73314840 @korembindonesia @Kemlu_RI @kompascom @jakpost pic.twitter.com/y0g4lrj2Ky— KIM Chang Beom (@changbkim) March 25, 2020“On behalf of the Korean Embassy and the Korean community, I extend my deepest condolences on the passing of Mrs. Sujiatmi Notomiharjo, mother of President Jokowi. May she rest in peace with the Almighty,” @changbkim tweeted, alongside a picture of Sujiatmi embracing Jokowi.Meanwhile, British Ambassador to Indonesia Owen Jenkins tweeted his condolences in Indonesian on his official Twitter account, @DubesInggris.Turut berduka cita atas meninggalnya Ibunda tercinta dari Presiden RI @jokowi Ibu Sudjiatmi Notomihardjo. Semoga arwah beliau diterima disisiNYA.— Owen Jenkins (@DubesInggris) March 25, 2020“I’m very sorry about the passing of President Jokowi’s beloved mother, Sudjiatmi Notomihardjo. May she rest in peace,” Jenkins wrote.Sujiatmi passed away at age 77 in Surakarta, Central Java on Wednesday, presidential spokesperson Fadjroel Rachman confirmed.President Jokowi departed from Jakarta and arrived in Surakarta at 5:52 p.m. on Wednesday, the Presidential Palace press bureau said in a statement.Jokowi said Sujiatmi had died from an illness she had suffered for the past four years and asked the public to pray for her. Her burial was scheduled for 1 p.m. on Thursday.Topics :last_img read more

Ridiculously cheap island on sale for half Brisbane’s median house price

first_imgWorthington Island has hit the market for $385,000 — one of the cheapest islands to hit the market in Australia.A 28-hectare island that’s just hit the market is one of the cheapest in Australia, priced at just six figures that come to only half the median house price in Brisbane.Remote but within a 30-minute boat ride to the nearest city, the island off the Queensland coast was described as a place where fishermen hide behind trees to bait lines so the fish don’t spook, where beehives are empty because the bees prefer the bush, and where you pick a crab off the beach for brekkie.The island, used for fishing and gardening by the seller, was listed for sale at $385,000 — and even that may be negotiable for cashed up-buyers ready for a quick transaction. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK How you can live like a millionaire for $20k The buildings were described as “rustic”. Parents hope $5 lottery gets kids into property market More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours agoThe seller indulged his love of gardening and fishing on the island but now lives on the mainland.“It only just came on the market,” he said. “It’s in the last 20 per cent or so of that lease and they will renew the lease for another 25 years.”He described it as a “fairly unique island”, located a 30 minute boat ride from Gladstone Harbour — “remote but fairly close to all facilities”.The fishing was so good, he said “you have to hide behind a tree to bait your hook for fish”.“Formerly it was a working farm, with mangoes and all sorts of trees. One tree there is Carambola, there were beehives, veges and other things. In the early days it was quite an active island when it came to fruit and vegetables.” Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow much do I need to retire?00:58 Crabs can be picked from mangroves and beaches.Private Islands Australia agent Richard Vanhoff told The Courier-Mail that he’d never seen anything like it.“It’s easily the cheapest island I have ever seen,” he said. “The owner just wants to sell the island and move on. He’s had it for many, many years and he doesn’t visit the island all that often now. When he was a keen fishermen and gardener he used to but these days he rarely gets to it.”He said Worthington Island was leased from the Department of Natural Resources and Mines — with eight years left to run but a 25-year renewal could be sought.center_img A dream site for fishermen. The island covers 28 hectares big. MORE: House earns owner $200k a year Worthington Island had in the past been used for vegetable and fruit farming. Tropical mangrove habitat — perfect as a natural fish nursery and home for crabs.Among other islands on the market in Queensland right now were Temple Island — back on the market off the coast of Central Queensland for $1.5m — and Quoin Island, a freehold estate off Gladstone for $1.9m.According to Mr Vanhoff the buildings on Worthington were “rustic” including an old packing shed.“It’s ideal for family or a bunch of fishermen that love the outdoors,” he said. “There’s an abundance of crabs and fish. The current owner tells me he can live off the back door for a whole month just eating fish and crabs — and mangoes.”“The location is fairly remote, It can be accessed via the Port of Gladstone by a small boat. It used to have a jetty years ago when it was a commercial operation that allowed deepwater vessels to access the island — there’s only remnants of that remaining.” Rainwater keeps tanks filled and there’s also a well.Among income generation ideas, Mr Vanhoff said, were “orchids scattered all over the island”. “To resurrect the orchard would help generate an income, offsetting any costs”.As well, “the house has bee boxes but no bees, however the bees are on the island and have been seen, so it’s a matter of finding them and bringing them back home.”“The island is east facing so the beaches are a little rougher than usual but what we’ve done in the past (in the area) is imported the sand from Gladstone and created the beach within the bay, everything’s possible.”The island has a 240 volt generator, plus a 12 volt solar system as well as a rainwater system and a well created in the 1800s.“It hasn’t been used for a long time but on inspection it has fresh water still within. Most islands have an aquifer with ample fresh water.”last_img read more