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More reports on international solidarity with anarchist prisoners Jose and Gabriel (tags)
Jose Fernandez Delgado and Gabriel Pombo da Silva are anarchists from Spain who are now serving 14 and 13 year sentences respectively in German prison.
L.A. gang members go union (tags)
'They take that street toughness that puts them into Corcoran or Pelican Bay [state prisons] and put it into this.... What we require is no fear. They're perfect for us.' Robbie Hunter, president of the Ironworkers Union
More SOS Violence (tags)
Video of Save Our State members attacking day laborers in Harbor City.
Minutemen: Push comes to shove (tags)
Both sides escalate protest by screaming profanities This story appeared in the Antelope Valley Press on Sunday, January 21, 2007. By TITUS GEE Valley Press Staff Writer
Invocation to the democratic forces of the world-wide society. (tags)
Do support Brazilian people, our president Luís Inácio Lula Da Silva, the National Congress and Brazilian Judiciary in our fight so that the national budget pass to be applied in headings foreseen in the law and not deviated to guarantee the delirious enrichment of bankers and moneylenders in damage of the most sacred interests of the nation.
BTL:Protest at U.S. Military-Training School Builds Campaign to... (tags)
...Close School of the Americas/WHINSEC~Interview with Joao da Silva, communications coordinator with the School of the Americas Watch, conducted by Between the Lines' Melinda Tuhus
Internal Strife at SOS - Part I (tags)
While Save Our State and the Minutemen have seemingly been enjoying an upswing in momentum lately certain factors have become apparent that may point to a change. Following the July 8th police beatings of anti-Minutemen protestors and the subsequent giddy elation displayed by the Minutemen and SOS in the face of such violence, certain factors have come into play which highlight the authoritarian nature of Save Our State and the fact that some of the rank-and-file may get burned by the leadership very soon.
Racists Go Home (tags)
Save Our State and the Minutemen declared a showdown. Counterprotestors didn't see it that way but won the day anyway.
SOS in Burbank (tags)
The xenophobic media darlings, Save Our State made their scheduled appearance in Burbank to protest the opening of a Day Labor/Temporary Worker Center adjacent to the new Home Depot.
"KAMEHAMEHA RETURNS TO RECLAIM HAWAIIAN ISLAND KINGDOM IN SPECIAL CORONATION (tags)
The royal lineages of King Kamehameha, the first Hawaiian monarch; High Chief Kamehameha Nui of Maui Island; and Queen Liliu'okalani, the last reigning Hawaiian Monarch are reaching out from the past to re-establish the Hawaiian Island Kingdom to it's former glory. All of these lineages, together with those of several chiefly lines connected to all of the Hawaiian Islands, converge in the genealogy of Edmund Keli'i Silva, Jr., as confirmed by the House of Nobles of the Kingdom of Hawai'i. As a result, these same nobles sought out Mr. Silva and asked his to serve as the next reigning monarch of the Hawaiian Islands in an effort to restore the kingdom to its once independent state.
SOS, Neo-Nazis & White Supremacists (1/4) (tags)
The photograph below shows Don Silva, a top spokeperson for Save Our State (SOS), the immigrant bashing group founded by Joe Turner, holding up the blue banner, "DEPORT ILLEGAL ALIENS," along with a man reputed to be "Advocate," at the Saturday, July 16th, 2005 rally against the day laborer center in Laguna Beach, California. A woman reputed to be "Dixieland_Delight" poses before the camera while waving an American flag. Both "Advocate" and "Dixieland_Delight" are known to be white supremacists and have posted messages under these psuedonyms on the Stormfront White Nationalist Website.
The Web: Online publishing ascending (tags)
A story about online publishing.
BTL:Workers Party Candidate Lula Da Silva's Landslide Victory in... (tags)
...Brazil's Presidential Election Changes the World's Political Landscape Interview with Steve Cobble,of the Center for international Policy, conducted by Scott Harris
the war against chavez (tags)
some thoughts of the hudson institute
Guatemalan student covers his face near burning tires REUTERS/Jorge Silva (tags)
A Guatemalan student covers his face near burning tires during a demonstration against tax increases, outside San Carlos University in Guatemala City, late July 26, 2001. Guatemalan security forces are on "permanent alert" after Congress approved a controversial Value-Added-Tax increase from 10 to 12 percent on Thursday. Guatemala's fiscal revenue accounted for 9.4 percent of Gross Domestic Product in 2000, the second lowest tax-take in Latin America, just after impoverished Haiti. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
burning tires outside Guatemalan congress REUTERS/Jorge Silva (tags)
Guatemalan students wear masks as they walk past burning tires outside Guatemalan congress during a protest against tax increase, Guatemala City July 26, 2001. Guatemalan President Alfonso Portillo put security forces on "permanent alert" this week as Congress prepared to debate a controversial Value-Added-Tax increase from 10 to 12 percent today. Guatemala's fiscal revenue accounted for 9.4 percent of Gross Domestic Product in 2000, the second lowest tax-take in Latin America, just after impoverished Haiti. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
Guatamalan child in front of riot police in Guatemala City REUTERS/Jorge Silva (tags)
A Guatamalan indian child stands in front of riot police during a demonstration at a national one-day work stoppage in Guatemala City, August 1, 2001. Guatemalan riot police clashed with demonstrators across Guatemala on Wednesday, as widespread protests at an unpopular tax hike turned to violence. A nationwide coalition of business and labor groups called for the protests as part of a one-day "national stoppage" to oppose a two-point value added tax rise to 12 percent, that came into effect Wednesday morning. REUTERS/Jorge Silva