Angolan emigrants in London held a protest in Trafalgar Square in solidarity with activists in their home country fighting for employment opportunities and the right to local elections in 2021. Protesters chanted “Black Power!” and issued a condemnation to the MPLA government for persecuting demonstrators in Luanda and other cities.
The hacktivist group Anonymous, which was active during the June uprising in America, has commenced attacks against the Colombian government and has released statements against the Defense Minister, Carlos Holmes Trujillo, who commanded the 9th of September Massacre of over 13 citizens within 24 hours. Anonymous also hacked into the former president and widely-accused genocidal megalomaniac Alvaro Uribe’s website, with over 9,000 bots DDos-ing the website as soon as it did come back online.
Hundreds of protesters in Cúcuta took to the streets against neoliberal policies stretched out over multiple presidencies in Colombia, as well as the Tributary Reform which would increase taxes on basic goods and services, such as utilities as well as cutting government aid to low-income workers and households.