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Rejecting the Myth of the Non-Violent Revolution

November 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Rejecting the Myth of Non-Violent Revolution: A Reflection on “ The Psychology of Political Violence” by Emma Goldman The wage slave is to the free person as the manicured poodle is to the wolf. Those...

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RCMP Attack Mi’kmaq Anti-Fracking Blockade

October 17, 2013 | 1 Comments

This morning while the west coast was still waking up, things were escalating on the east coast at the Mi’kmaq blockade against fracking. For over two weeks, the road that leads to an equipment compound...

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Troubled Waters on the Airwaves

September 10, 2013 | 1 Comments

Things have come to a head over at CHLY 101.7 FM Headquarters in Nanaimo, British Columbia. RCMP have removed long time programmers and volunteers from the studios, and as of September 7th, the locks have...

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Video by FrameOfMindOnScene ( @OsamaBinRappin )...

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An estimated 100 urban agriculture activists gathered in San Francisco yesterday and made an attempt to re-occupy “Gezi Gardens,” formally known as the Hayes Valley Farm, despite a heavy police presence. The occupiers held the...

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Members of the SF Commune and Students at San Francisco State University are calling for a direct action at 2PM on Tuesday, May 21st. Organizers say that the action, which will take place on Malcom...

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More than one hundred urban agriculture and sustainable local food activists returned to the embattled University of California “owned” Gill Tract in Albany, CA on Saturday. Last year, hundreds of activists occupied the space for three weeks before...

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LGBTQ and other human rights activists are planning various protests of this year’s Gay Pride parade in San Francisco after the ‘LGBT’ Pride Celebration Committee’s decision to name Bradley Manning as a Grand Marshal was overturned by...

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While sitting in my home reading the news, I heard a woman screaming for help, so I grabbed my broken monopod (kinda like a bat) and ran outside to see what I could do for...

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The watchful eye of the German surveillance state may need something of a patch soon as a radical group of activists have launched a campaign to destroy as many CCTV surveillance cameras as possible ahead of the...

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