“To those who that night put their rucksacks and their history on their backs, to those who  took lightning and thunder into their hands, to those whose boots were shod with no future, to those who covered their faces and their names, to those who, without asking anything in return, died in the long night so that others, everyone, on a morning still to come, will be able to see the day as it should be seen, that is to say, from the front, standing, and  with an upright gaze and heart.

“For them we cry, Freedom! Freedom! FREEDOM! May our steps be as great as our dead.”

(Former) Subcomandante Marcos, leader of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN)


El Rincón Zapatista y la Cafetería Comandanta Ramona invitan a la proyección del documental: “La Cuarta Guerra Mundial”; como parte del Ciclo Las Cabezas de la Hidra

La Cuarta Guerra Mundial

EZLN Letter To Doña Emilia Aurora Sosa Marín

 Zapatista Youth and Women Among those Gathered in La Realidad _______________________________________

    ” The struggle is not a conjunctural lightning bolt that illuminates everything and then disappears in an instance. It is a light that, although tiny, is nourished every day at all hours. It does not presume to be unique or omnipotent.

Its objective is to join with others, not to light up a monument, but to illuminate the path so we don’t get lost.”


From a recent letter from the Zapatistas to the compañera of Honorary Major Insurgent Félix Serdán Nájera. 


Land and Freedom! Zapata Vive!

 From the Northern zone of the state of Chiapas, the women and men of San Sebastián Bachajón send our combative greetings. 


We are the original peoples of these   lands, and we have rights that they cannot just come and take away with their police  and   paramilitarys


We demand the freedom of our compañeros political prisoners. We demand respect for the people and communities in resistance against the projects of death through which they want to take away the water, earth, air, life, and culture of our people.


We greet the struggle of our compañeros and compañeras of Xochicuautla, Coyotepec, San Pedro Tlanixco, Atenco, ejido Tila, Alvaro Obregon, El Barrio in New York and all the peoples and communities in resistance in Mexico and the world.



Never again a Mexico without us

Hasta la victoria siempre!

Freedom for political prisoners!



Juan Vázquez Guzmán Lives, the Bachajón struggle continues!

Juan Carlos Gómez Silvano Lives, the Bachajón struggle continues!

No to the dispossession of indigenous territories!



Immediate presentation of the disappeared compañeros from Ayotzinapa!




Todo lo Que Tengo es Tuyo / All That I Have is Yours


In Chiapas, Mexico


Todo lo que tengo es tuyo,

Esta canción para que do se quieran.

All that I have is yours.

This song is for love of  one another.

Jorge Lujan, from Con el Sol en Los Ojos/With the Sun in my Eyes

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