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Corporate Disobedience: A Shrill Hysteria in the Fascist Press (tags)
The Bill Maher incident exposes the blanket media censorship of the 9/11 cover up. The violent and reactionary responses to protest expose the fascist mindset endemic in right wing (and other) media.
Pummeling the Victim (tags)
The terrible imbalance of power between the Israelis and Palestinians makes it impossible for Israel, regardless of which government is in power, to deal with the Palestinians in any way except through a lens of assumed moral, cultural, and racial superiority, as though military prowess equates with civilization and home-made rockets equate with savagery and a sub-human status.
BP2: Lesson in Movement Building (Revised) (tags)
This is a revised version of the first article published, "Baldwin Park 2: A lesson in movement building"
Baldwin Park Round 2 - A lesson in movement building (tags)
A report from a volunteer security person
Silence=Complicity:Israel’s Silent Nuclear Attack Revealed (tags)
The uranium level in El-Khalil valley reaches 237 becquerel (bcq) per kilogram3, which equals about 10 times the permitted concentration, which is 25 bcq. The Thorium 232 (Th) level reaches 152 bcq where the permitted concentration level is also 25 bcq. The readings on Cesium 137 (Cs), another radio-active isotope that only emerges from nuclear explosions or nuclear activities is equivalently high.
CALLING ALL GREENS! for BIojustice 2001 march (tags)
At Tuesday's general membership meeting, the Green Party of San Diego consensed to endorse the Biojustice 2001 efforts to educate and mobilize the public for the teach-in in June 22 and 23. It was also agreed to organize a contingency that would take part in the main permitted march on Sunday, Jun 24 from Balboa Park to the Convention Ctr.
O22 LA (tags)
The police produced -- at best -- a chilling effect on the First; at worst they wiped their ass with it
Uh, Where was the Civil Disobedience in LA? (tags)
What happened to the CD in LA? There were only a few choreographed sit downs, but no lock downs, no promised barring of corporate fund raisers.. Some of us are wondering why >almost everything was just permitted rallies. Why so congenial? Aren't we mad at the system?