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Jrnal of Aesthetics & Protest- editorial towards occupying everything (tags)
Issue 8 of the Journal of Aesthetics & Protest is out. Our forward, recently written but conceived in the afterglow of the 2009/2010 UC occupations looks into the broad strategy of occupying everything.
US court nixes RP ‘privilege’ over real estate tax debts (tags)
In a legal debacle for Manila, a United States federal court judge has ruled that the Philippines cannot invoke diplomatic privilege so that it would not be compelled to pay $19 million worth of unpaid real estate taxes to the New York City government. The New York City government scored a victory over real estate tax-delinquent states, including the Philippines, India and Mongolia, after US District Judge Jed Rakoff, in a written opinion, ruled in favor of the city. Rakoff’s ruling will force the three countries, which are renting out offices and business establishments housed in diplomatic buildings in New York, to settle their financial obligations to the city’s government. Reports said India owed the city $39.4 million including taxes, while Mongolia has to pay $4.2 million.
NO U.S.A.! APPEAL FOR A NATIONAL MANIFESTATION IN VICENZA [ITALY] (tags)
APPEAL FOR A NATIONAL MANIFESTATION IN VICENZA The 17th of FEBRUARY 2007 THE FUTURE IS IN OUR HANDS: LETS DEFEND OUR LAND FOR A FUTURE WITHOUT MILITARY BASES AND WAR
homeless people in osaka face the oppression by osaka city government. (tags)
saluton from osaka. recently, homeless people in osaka face the oppression by osaka city government. most of city officers illegally have gotten big wages from public-money for many years.
Repost:Defend Grassroots Democracy in Venice (tags)
This was posted yesterday but inaccessible due to server overload(?). Election is today. Keep Venice cool. Vote today!
Defend Grassroots Democracy in Venice (tags)
Progressives defend their election from lies, slander and sabotage.
Mexicans protesting proposed Costco face charges of rebellion, sabotage (tags)
Officials in the southern Mexico state of Morelos threw the book Friday at 28 protesters who briefly blocked roads around a site where U.S. retailer Costco plans to build a controversial shopping center, charging them with rebellion, sabotage, attack and causing injuries.