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THE RIGHT TO TRAVEL TO SEEK WORK IS THE RIGHT TO SURVIVE (tags)
THE RIGHT TO TRAVEL TO SEEK WORK IS THE RIGHT TO SURVIVE
VIDEO: "The Right to Stay Home: How US Policy Drives Mexican Migration" (tags)
David Bacon interviews Mexican migrants - legal and illegal. Trade and economic policy that make immigration a necessity must be changed.
Portland's Town Hall Meeting on the Economic Crisis (tags)
On January 31st, Portland Oregon held an important — perhaps historic — mass meeting in response to the economic crisis. Dozens of unions and other progressive organizations were able to attract over 800 people to hear an analysis of the crisis itself, proposed solutions, and a variety of workshops which included everything from labor rights, trade and immigration, and a "green economy." It is believed that this was the first such event in the country.
VINO BRINGS THE HEART OF SPAIN INTO THE VALLEY (tags)
Teaming up with a Spanish chef, Vino introduces lively catering and private party packages
Bard Lovers Lend Me Your ears (tags)
The identity of the secret agent employing the code name, pen name, alias or nom de plume, William Shakespeare, has long puzzled scholars and thinking people. This is because he was employing the name of his patron goddess, Pallas Athena, the Spear-shaker and patron goddess of the Greek theater, as well as Freemasonry and the other secret fraternal writing societies to which the real author, Edward de Vere belonged, namely Fra Rosi Cross and The Honourable Order of the Knights of the Helmet.
Shakespeare's Codex (tags)
"Shakespeare's Codex" is an article on the use of a common M.O. by the world's Illuminati controlled intelligence service to conceal the real nature of their clandestine operations through the use of a front man. The M.O. was developed and perfected in Elizabethan England under the control of H.M.S.S. head Sir Francis Bacon, who employed the Shakespeare authorship deception by using Will Shaksper, the commoner as the front man in order to conceal the identity of the true propagandist for National Security Reasons. The file "osws" contains the evidence. It features a portrait painting comparison of Edward de Vere, the Earl of Oxford and William Shakespeare. To view it 1) Call up the file using Powerpoint 2) Press F5 on your keyboard 3) Click the left side of your mouse 6 times. The display shows the bard on the right receiving back his hair so that he more closely resembles the man he was on the left at age 36 when he sat for a portrait under his own name, Edward de Vere. The M.O. of the front man has been used more latterly in the form of John Wilkes Booth, assassin of President Lincoln, Jack the Ripper, Lee Harvey Oswald, patsy of JFK assassination, Timothy McVeigh, Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Bureau front man, Osama bin Laden, boggy man terrorist blamed for 9-11 inside job, Moussaoui, mind-controlled fall guy for 9-11, etc.
BTL:Immigrants in the U.S.Take to the Streets to Demand Equality (tags)
Between the Lines' Scott Harris spoke with Labor journalist David Bacon
US Labor Against War - David Bacon (tags)
The occupation regime's war against Iraq's labour unions is yet another debunking of 'liberation' under US/UK invasion, going so far as to enforce a 1987 law of Saddam Hussein's to ban unions in state-owned plants.
Interview on Labor in Occupied Iraq (tags)
Seven Oaks’ Charles Demers recently sat down with Mr. Bacon at the Canadian Autoworkers hall in New Westminster.
Wag the Turkey: Surprise Thanksgiving Dinner at 6 AM? (tags)
I may be a bit naive, and it has been a while since I served on active duty, but I can't recall ever sitting down to Thanksgiving dinner at 6:00 AM. Air Force One touched down at Baghdad International Airport, under cover of darkness, at 5:20 AM Baghdad time. Bush was on the ground for two and a half hours, his plane departing Baghdad at around 7:50 AM. Considering that it likely took some 30 minutes for Bush to disembark from Air Force One and travel by a heavily secured motorcade to the hangar where the troops were assembled, that means our military men and women were downing turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, and non-alcoholic beer at a time when most people would be eating eggs, bacon, grits, home fries, and toast.