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Boston in Solidarity with the Victims of State Repression in Colombia

Boston, 11.03.2008 14:09

Boston, Mass. -- Last Thursday, on March 6, the Boston May Day Coalition, MLK Bolivarian Circle, Permanent Committee for Peace in Colombia, and Chelsea United Against the War, joined in location at Park Street a vigil called by Colombia Vive. With respect for the activity called by Colombia Vive, these groups expressed their own position about the tragic and dramatic situation in Colombia. This coalition, however, demonstrated in solidarity with the initial call made in Colombia to denounce the crimes of the State and the paramilitary and demand that repression be stopped now.

MOVE 9 Parole Hearings Set For April

United States, 11.03.2008 13:37

Almost 30 years after the Aug. 8, 1978 confrontation in Philadelphia, the eight remaining "MOVE 9" prisoners are now eligible for parole (see Philadelphia Inquirer and Metro articles). In early April, they will be interviewed by the Parole Board. With the hearings just weeks away, MOVE is asking for support by contacting the Parole Board and signing the online petition (already signed by Howard Zinn and Noam Chomsky) . A new video series features interviews with MOVE members Ramona Africa (the sole adult survivor of the May 13, 1985 police bombing of MOVE headquarters) and Mike Africa Jr. (the son of MOVE 9 prisoners Debbie and Mike Sr.).

In a recent interview, veteran Philadelphia journalist Linn Washington Jr. cites his sources in the police department who told him that Officer James Ramp was actually shot by police gunfire, and not MOVE. Hear the short audio clips: Was Officer Ramp Killed By Police Gunfire?; The Illegal Destruction of MOVE's House; Manipulation of Evidence and Media Bias; Ed Rendell and Prison Guard Violence Against MOVE; Unfair Parole Stipulations; and May 13, 1985.

RELATED: Ona Move Newsletter II Ramona Africa in Harrisburg II MOVE documentary II MOVE 9 Parole Blog II MOVE's website

Sea Shepherd activists injured as Japanese military open fire

United Kingdom, 11.03.2008 12:38

A clash between the crew of the Sea Shepherd vessel Steve Irwin, who is in the Southern Ocean to fight the ongoing Japanese whaling sloughter near the Antarctic, turned violent when the Japanese Coast Guard began to throw flash grenades at its crew. Captain Paul Watson of the Sea Shepherd ship was struck by a bullet in the chest. Fortunately, the bullet was stopped by his Kevlar vest.

Other injuries were sustained by crewmembers Australian Ashley Dunn and Ralph Lowe. Dunn suffered a hip injury as he tried to get out of the way of the exploding grenades. Lowe received bruises to his back when one of the flash grenades exploded behind him. Japan is denying that any bullets have been fired, saying "warning devices" were thrown after their ship was attacked. According to the Japanese foreign ministry their coastguard on board on of the whaling ships had thrown a "baseball-sized device, which exploded near the activists' ship emitting a loud noise". However, the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has posted a video on their website, clearly showing devices being thrown from the whaling ship exploding and a bullet being recovered from Paul Watson's jacket. One UK activist (from Nottingham) is also onboard the ship, but it has not been reported he suffered any injuries.

Video: Of the incident, made by the Sea Shepherd

On the newswire: Japanese Officials Caught Lying on Firearm Use against Sea Shepherd | Sea Shepherd: Japanese Scramble to Spin Shooting Story | Japanese Open Fire on Sea Shepherd Crew: Three Injured | Japanese Whaling Fleet Confronted By Sea Shepherd | Sea Shepherd Aussie Crew Prepared to Be Taken as Prisoners to Japan | Interview With Nottingham Activist In Southern Ocean On Board Sea Shepherd Ship | Sea Shepherd Receives Message From the Australian Government | Sea Shepherd Finds Japanese Whaling Fleet: They Are On the Run Again

Previous feature articles: Activists Held Hostage By Japanese Whalers In Southern Ocean | Japanese Whaling Ship rams Greenpeace vessel

Links: Sea Shepherd Convervation Society | Wikipedia on Japanese Whaling

Liberty City 7 Trial: A Foretaste of Things to Come

Miami, 11.03.2008 05:44

Liberty City 7 Trial: A Foretaste of Things to Come

Miami Cop Watch: Liberty City 7 Trial- Call to Action for Tuesdays, March 11 &amp; 18

Miami, 11.03.2008 05:44

Miami Cop Watch: Liberty City 7 Trial- Call to Action for Tuesdays, March 11 & 18

Judge Rules that University Violated First Amendment Rights

Santa Cruz, CA, 11.03.2008 02:09

On March 10th, Judge Paul Burdick of the Santa Cruz County Superior Court ruled that the University of California's lawsuit was an attack on the first amendment rights of at least two tree sit supporters. A motion to strike from the lawsuit tree sit Media Support person Jennifer Charles and tree sit supporter Oliver Schmid was granted. Because the case involved the first amendment, the University will be asked to pay Charles' and Schmid's lawyers fees, on top of the money spent serving the injunction and on the University's own lawyers.

125 Street Rezoning Plan Approved By NYC City Council

NYC, 11.03.2008 01:38

Some Oppose Harlem Redevelopment Plan By AMY WESTFELDT – 2 hours ago NEW YORK (AP) — Harlem's heart still beats strong on 125th Street, a lively thoroughfare where remnants of the neighborhood's legendary past sit side-by-side with newly arrived banks and chain stores. But as new development sprouts among the soul food restaurants, funky record stores and such landmarks as the Apollo Theater, Harlem's main street — named one of the nation's 10 greatest last year — is struggling to retain the character residents have cherished for decades. On Monday, the city Planning Commission approved a massive rezoning plan for the corridor. The proposal would create condominiums, more performing arts space, hotels and a 21-story office tower with such high-profile tenants as Major League Baseball

Click here for more of the Associated Press Story

Check out NYC IMC and the Indypendent's coverage of the continuing gentrification battles in Harlem below!

Movement for Justice in El Barrio's Statement on the Rezoning Plan || /a> || Harlem: Not For Sale--Photos of a march against Gentrification by K. Cyr || 125th Street On the Line by Renee Feltz || Redlining in Harlem by Renee Feltz || Harlem Tenants Fight Yuppie Takeover by John O'Hagan || Rent Wars of East Harlem by Andalusia Knoll || Columbia Expansion 101 by Paul Schrodt || Housing Wars: Pinnacle of Greed by Heather Haddon

From the Newswire

Perth, 11.03.2008 00:40

WA Government in secret Burrup deal with Garrett

Briana Waters Convicted of Arson

Seattle, 10.03.2008 22:38

Tacoma, WA - A federal jury was unable to reach a decision on conspiracy and transportation of a destructive device but convicted Briana Waters, a 32-year-old mother and violin teacher and former resident of Olympia of arson. The government charged her with being a lookout in connection with the May, 2001 arson of the Center for Urban Horticulture at the University of Washington in Seattle. If convicted on all counts, Waters would have faced a sentence of 35 years. The two informants who testified against her in the case, who admitted to participating in the arson, face between three and seven years. Ms. Waters' sentencing is set for May 30.

Sea Shepherd News: Captain Paul Watson Survives Shooting

Seattle, 10.03.2008 22:38

March 7th around 3:45pm Australian Eastern Standard Time in the Australian Exclusive Economic Zone of Antarctica, an attempt was made on the life of Paul Watson, Captain of the Sea Shepherd vessel Steve Irwin.

A single bullet was fired by what must have been an expert marksman at Paul’s chest, which embedded in his Kevlar vest and also damaged a metal badge worn behind the vest. Fortunately, this stopped the bullet penetrating his flesh.

March 10th: Rally Against Tacoma's Ban on Hip Hop

Seattle, 10.03.2008 22:38

Tacoma recently passed legislation that will ban hip hop shows from Tacoma's public venues. The legislation came into effect last Friday. Tacoma hip hop artists and producers heard about this just recently and are staging a rally at the Pantages Theaters, Downtown Tacoma, Monday, March 10 at noon.

Upcoming Anti-War Events

Seattle, 10.03.2008 22:38

March 16th: Anti-War Conference:
Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine: What We Have Learned from the New Era of War and Occupation & What are the Prospects for Building an Effective Antiwar Movement

March 19th: Fifth Anniversary Protest of the Invasion of Iraq

March 13th: Real Change Camp Out At City Hall

Seattle, 10.03.2008 22:38

The Real Change Organizing Project is turning up the heat to demand a stop to the Mayor's practice of demolishing homeless encampments and throwing out people's personal belonging without offering any alternative shelter. Join an overnight camp out at City Hall, downtown Seattle, on Thursday, March 13th.

Speak out about the immorality of FORCING HOMELESS PEOPLE TO LEAVE the areas they've found to survive, without offering any other option.

ALF Liberate 130 Hens in a Week of Action

Aotearoa, 10.03.2008 22:09

Auckland Animal Action anonymously received the following communique.....

Reflections on Today’s Cuban Revolution

Portland, 10.03.2008 20:39

Just 93 miles off the coast of Florida lies perhaps the last remnant and stronghold of cold war opposition with the United States. For the last five decades it has boasted a leader that earned the title of dictator by successive U.S. regimes, while simultaneously maintaining widespread respect and admiration among his own people. Involved at one time in a potent trio, along with the U.S. and Soviet Union, that nearly brought the world to the brink of nuclear war, today the country stands as one of the sole examples of resistance to U.S. corporate and ideological imperialism. As the global community awoke on February 19 to the news of Fidel Castro's resignation, U.S. politicians, along with Florida's Little Havana, were in celebration of the impending change. But as Cuba officially hands over the reigns of power to Fidel's younger brother Raúl, the change the U.S. government has sought since 1959, appears truly to be an unlikely reality.

¿Una policía fuera de control? - Segunda parte -

Argentina, 10.03.2008 18:09

Esa maldita costumbre

Lucha y festejo en el día de la mujer

Argentina, 10.03.2008 18:09

Actividades en Neuquen

Tree-sit Organizers and Supporters Respond to Hyped-up Allegations

Santa Cruz, CA, 10.03.2008 10:09

Science Hill tree-sit organizers and supporters write, "As you may have heard, on February 24th, some kind of protest took place at the home of a UCSC researcher who experiments on animals. Hyped-up news articles and administrative messages on campus have led some people to associate this protest with the Tree-Sit on Science Hill. We wish to take this opportunity to make it clear that the tree-sit is NOT affiliated."

Interview with Lyn Gerry of Unwelcome Guests and A-Infos Radio Project

San Francisco Bay Area, 10.03.2008 09:38

On March 4th, Skidmark Bob of Free Radio Santa Cruz 101fm interviewed Lyn Gerry, host and producer of Unwelcome Guests radio program and collective member of A-Infos Radio Project. The project's goal is to support and expand the movement for democratic communications worldwide by offering an alternative to corporate media.

Immigration New Zealand Applies to Deport Iranian Christian

Aotearoa, 10.03.2008 05:10

Immigration New Zealand has applied for a deportation order for 25 year old Iranian Christian women Bahareh Moradi even though her three brothers have been granted refugee status in Aotearoa/New Zealand and the fact that she faces persecution under the Iranian theocracy.

The deportation order comes the year after the succesful GPJA-led 2007 campaign to free Iranian Christians held in Mt Eden Prison; Ali Panah, Amir Mohebbi, Thomas Yadegary and Fardien Nouriyan. In 2006 Amnesty International reported Ghorban Dordi Tourani, 50, an ethnic Turkmen convert from Islam who pastored an independent house church of convert Christians in Gonbad-e-Kavus, was killed by unknown assailants on 22 November. After his body was found outside his house, up to 10 other Christians in various cities were reportedly detained briefly by officials of the Ministry of Intelligence and may have been tortured. [ Report ]

Links: RadioNZ: Refugee seeks injunction to stay in NZ | NS Times: Deportation could spell death | NoRightTurn: Another Iranian Christian facing deportation

Reclaiming Our Food

United Kingdom, 10.03.2008 04:08

The weekly vegan open picnic has recently faced growing repression from Police and consistent support in the community.

People taking part in Brixton's Reclaim Your Food weekly action faced arrest last Sunday 2nd March 2008 as they challenged the legitimacy of a Dispersal Order issued by the Lambeth branch of the Metropolitan Police.

Police (consisting of a mix of PCs, CSOs and higher-ranking officers) were waiting for the collective before they even arrived. They came equipped with a mobile surveillance van, 2 regular Police vans and 2 Police cars.

The first arrest came as a result of a refusal to comply with the Dispersal Order placed upon the group, the second for attempting to establish the legal basis for such an arrest. The Dispersal Order, made possible by the controversial Anti-Social Behaviour Act, was issued in response to an alleged Section 5 Public Order offence - defined as causing harassment, distress or alarm. However, when questioned, the Police failed to provide adequate evidence to suggest that such an offence was taking place.

Thankfully, the long arm of the law did not stretch to the Bicycle Repair Workshop or those making Puncture Repair Kits and Wallets from recycled and sustainable materials. These were welcome additions to the Town Square, which was reclaimed as a fully-functional public space for all...with room for a bit of a dance to the chilled reggae/dub soundsystem!

Despite all the Police intimidation and generally not fantastic weather, a good time was had by most people who turned up or happened to be passing by! - Same as today 9th of March when there were no arrests.

The collectives involved in Sunday's action are keen to welcome anyone who is interested in any aspect of the project to come along - Bring food to share. Instruments. Sound Systems. Practical Social Activities. Or just yourself!! All welcome.

The project will continure to meet at Brixton Town Square (by Coldharbour Lane, opposite the Ritzy Cinema) from around 2/3pm every Sunday. The town square is well on it's way to being a free public space, for anyone to use. This does not figure in the plans of the Police and Local Government, who are intent on seeing through gentrification of the area. Every Sunday at approx 3pm in BRIXTON TOWN SQUARE, opposite BRIXTON LIBRARY

Reports: 17 feb | 3 march (1) | 3 march (1) | 3 march (1) |

Video: 3 march (1)

&quot;Hunters&quot; Shoot Caged Birds to Death in Blood Sport Outside Scappoose

Portland, 10.03.2008 03:39

I borrowed a car this morning and headed out to Honeyman Road, just outside Scappoose. The mountains were lit up like jewels on the horizon, and heron, egrets, and red-tailed hawks filled the green fields and bare branches. But I was not out here for this today. I was tracking something more sinister. I was searching for a horrifying ritual that takes place far more often than most Cascadians would believe. I was on the trail of cowards with guns. And I found them.

I found them in a remote field owned by a dog kennel. (The sign at the entrance to the drive read "Meifert Kennels" on one side, and "Westend Kennels" on the other. The phone number for both is 503-543-6398. The address is 52745 E Honeyman Rd, Scappoose. Just outside of Portland. More on this later.) I could see them through the brambles along the road. As soon as I came near, I saw the first dog, bright, orange collar around its neck, anxiously pointing at the ground. I pulled my camera out of its bag, and crept up to a place where I could clearly see what was taking place.

Indybay Urgently Needs Your Financial Support Now

San Francisco Bay Area, 10.03.2008 00:09

We have expenses that amount to several hundred dollars every month for hosting this website. We also have other smaller expenses that relate to outreach and having a mailbox. It's been over a year since we last had a fundraising drive and now we need to ask for donations again to cover our costs into the foreseeable future. We'll be happy to end this drive as soon as we reach our goal. Please donate now so we can end it soon.

Mayor Coonerty's New Rules Ban Public Comment on Half of City Council Afternoon Agenda

Santa Cruz, CA, 09.03.2008 21:38

On becoming Santa Cruz Mayor last November, Ryan Coonerty laid down a new set of procedures at City Council requiring members of the public to get his permission before talking on "Consent Agenda" subjects. The afternoon Consent Agenda makes up more than half of what City Council acts on. Hence this new ruling removes Public Comment on the majority of Council actions.

Winter Soldier: Iraq and Afghanistan

Boston, 09.03.2008 19:09

From March 13-16th, U.S. veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan will testify to what is really happening day in and day out, on the ground in these occupations. The four-day event will bring together veterans from across the country to testify about their experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan - and present video and photographic evidence. In addition, there will be panels of scholars, veterans, journalists, and other specialists to give context to the testimony. These panels will cover everything from the history of the GI resistance movement to the fight for veterans' health benefits and support. PUBLIC AIRING IN BOSTON: Harvard Square in Cambridge at the First Parish Church from 10:00 am through 6:00 p.m.

education &amp; society (en)

Barcelona, 09.03.2008 11:08

Education: when the public connotation is gone...

The reports about education state that this education system is not working well. But european, spanish and catalan governments take this as an excuse and hurry up in developing and creating new laws to a more private, commercial and hierarchic education, in all stages, elementary, secondary, and also at the university. It was years ago that the privatization and commercialization of public education begun and the educative results don't seem to be improving, so, why not return to a really public education?

[Feb 14]Strike against the Catalan Education Law, Demonstrations:

Barcelona: 12h from Universitat Sq. to Sant Jaume Sq
Girona: 12h from Jaume I/Governació
Lleida: Gathering at 13h outside the SSTT
Tarragona: At 12, from Imperial Tàrraco Sq.

[March 6th] 12h, Universitat Sq. Day of struggle the March 6th: Go out to the street and let's stop Bolonia! Revocation of LOU and the Royal Decree Law, Right Now!

related news: Scholars strike: Scholars more and more precarious ::: No to the LEC for being a way to segregate, privatize and precarize the education FOR A PUBLIC, SECULAR, CATALAN, EDUCATIVE AND DEMOCRATIC EDUCATION SYSTEM!! ::: as how the public opinion is prepared to make possible unpopular reforms ::: union reply to the bofill's report ::: Ebro territory students reply Maragall ::: Communiqué from MAES to Sabadell teachers and students ::: SEPC: why we don't agree to LEC ::: AEP on the LEC ::: CGT on the LEC ::: Do you know which your rights are on a test? ::: Catalan students against the tax rise in the public transport ::: in defense of the education in Catalan

+info : >>>education


Barcelona, 09.03.2008 11:08

Day for the dignity of migrant people

Demonstration Saturday, February 23. 17:30 hrs. Universitat Sq. We have right to have rights

Some citizens are being subject to a set of legal rules different from the rest simply for the place they come from. The european bunker, through its foreigner laws, builds a wall more and more difficult to pass for that people born outside the frontier route while, at the same time, the exploitation of these people at their places of origin, and, even, when they live among us. The right to have a decent live is being seized to all of them.

Related news: Workers "without papers" strike in Jaen ::: 12 reasons to eat the borders :::

+info:: >>>immigration ::: Col.lectiu Desobeint Fronteres (Disobeying Borders Collective)

speculation &amp; squatting (en)

Barcelona, 09.03.2008 11:08

Nor house, nor life, nothing, we can't make ends meet!

Demonstration, Saturday March the 1st. 17:00 hrs. Catalunya Sq.

The right to a home is still being infringed in a systematic way in the whole Catalonia. The population see how the cost of living rises day by day and how the problems to pay the mortgage and the rental increase, while the banks have annuals benefits of 30%.

The measures presented from politic class only benefit developers and speculators who are still getting more and more rich at the expense of a vulnerated right.

For all this is why we have to go to the streets to claim structural measures to grant access to a decent home for everyone and stop speculation.

Related news: Feb 26 Day against real-state originated illnesses ::: Chorizos given to Baltasar conseller ::: Demonstration against speculation at La barceloneta, March 7 ::: Hotels throw out the ciutat vella neighbours ::: La Revoltosa resists

+info:: >>>speculation & squatting ::: Vdevivienda ::: Foro Vdevivienda

William and Mary Organizes - Audio program

Richmond, 09.03.2008 05:08

A few weeks ago, President Nichol, of the College of William and Mary, was fired. It was largely based on political controversy, in part over his support of the right to host the Sex Workers Art Show. He was a progressive leader of the university and the daily student protests of hundreds and over a thousand people sparked much broader concerns about participatory democracy and who has control over our education system. The students? the teachers? Or the same old-money white men and capitalist business interests that run just about anything else? Listen to the audio program documenting community response and discontent.

March 19th Vigil and Forum Mark 5th Year of Iraq War

Richmond, 09.03.2008 05:08

On March 19th the Virginia Anti-War Network (VAWN) will sponsor a Vigil and Forum. The theme will be: "Bring the Troops Home Now! Money for Jobs and Education, not for Wars and Occupations"

Top Ranking CIA Operatives Admit Al-qaeda Is a Complete Fabrication

Miami, 09.03.2008 05:07

Top Ranking CIA Operatives Admit Al-qaeda Is a Complete Fabrication

Haiti Event Marks Four Years Since the Coup Against Aristide

LA, 09.03.2008 02:09

Haiti Event Marks Four Years Since the Coup Against Aristide

Fim do conflito na região andina?

Brasil, 09.03.2008 01:08


Wolves Lose Protection Under Endangered Species Act

Santa Cruz, CA, 09.03.2008 00:09

On February 21st, the Bush administration finalized its controversial decision to remove the Northern Rockies gray wolf from the list of species protected under the Endangered Species Act. The removal of federal protections for the gray wolf puts its continued survival in the Northern Rockies at the mercy of the woefully insufficient state management plans developed by Wyoming, Idaho and-to a lesser extent-Montana. George Cadman of Free Radio Santa Cruz 101.1 FM interviewed Mike Leahy, Rocky Mountain Region Director for Defenders Of Wildlife, about the recent decision.

Support Laurel and Her Fight Against Cancer

Santa Cruz, CA, 09.03.2008 00:09

Laurel Carlsen, a passionate fighter for social justice, has learned that she has Hotchkins Lymphoma, a type of cancer, and will have to undergo nearly a year of chemotherapy. She is currently uninsured and will be unable to work during her treatment. Laurel graduated from UCSC in 2007 where she majored in Community Studies.

More sediment control failures at ICC construction site.

DC, 08.03.2008 22:09

On March 4th, heavy rains swept through the area, turning the Mill Creek tributary that ICC construction crews worked 24-7 to bury in a culvert into a mudhole. More and very massive rain is due Saturday, with predictable results at this site. VIDEO: Downloadable video(12 meg): Friday, March 7 at 4 PM, protest the Inter-County Connector highway project at Clark Construction Group, 7500 Old Georgetown Rd, next to Bethesda Metro More

NYC Recruiting Center Hit, DC Recruiters on Alert

DC, 08.03.2008 22:09

Early this morning, a military recruiting center in NYC was hit with an improvised explosive device. In DC recruiting centers were put on alert. A cop was stationed at the 14th and L recruiting center, due to a protest last month that succeeded in closing the center. Anti-Iraq war letters sent to members of Congress, before the blast, are now considered unrelated. Video || before-you-enlist National Network Opposing Militarization of Youth || Project on Youth and Non-Military Opportunities || Iraq Vets Against the War Truth in Recruiting Surveillance Camera Video Audio coverage(same day) via WSQt Guerrilla Radio:

Whalers fire on Sea Shepherds, Paul Watson shot but OK

DC, 08.03.2008 22:09

During what the whalers describe as another attempt to throw butyric acid onto the Nisshin Maru, the Japanese crew opened fire with bullets and flash grenades. Although they deny using live ammunition, Capt Paul Watson of the Steve Irwin has retained the bullet his onboard doctor pried from his Kevlar vest.

Why I Won’t Vote for Obama... Or for Hillary, And Certainly Not for McCain, And Not Even For Ralph

Boston, 08.03.2008 21:08

An Anarchist View of the U.S. Elections. In the United States, there has developed an enthusiastic movement of support for the Democratic presidential candidate, Senator Barack Obama. Besides the large forces he appeals to, especially among young adults, he is overwhelmingly supported by the left: liberals, social democrats, and Stalinists. I appreciate the movement-like aspect of his popular support, yet I personally will not vote for him.

The Reflecting Pool

LA, 08.03.2008 20:08

The Reflecting Pool

Haiti Event Marks Four Years Since the Coup Against Aristide

LA, 08.03.2008 19:39

Haiti Event Marks Four Years Since the Coup Against Aristide

Japenese Open Fire on Sea Shepard Crew: Three Injured

Portland, 08.03.2008 19:39

At 1545 hours (0445 GMT), a clash between the crew of the Sea Shepherd vessel Steve Irwin and the Japanese whaling ship Nisshin Maru turned violent when the Japanese Coast Guard began to throw flash grenades at the crew of the Steve Irwin.

Captain Paul Watson was struck by a bullet in the chest. Fortunately, the bullet was stopped by his Kevlar vest. The bullet struck just above the heart and mangled Captain Watson's anti-poaching badge, which was worn on his sweater underneath the Kevlar vest.Dr. David Page was videotaped prying the bullet from Captain Watson's Kevlar vest. "You have been hit by a bullet," he said. The Kevlar vest and anti-poaching badge effectively saved Captain Watson's life.

The Japanese Coast Guard was retaliating against Sea Shepherd crewmembers for tossing rotten butter onto the decks to discourage their illegal whaling activities. The clash came after a week long pursuit by the Steve Irwin of the Nisshin Maru, in an effort to stop illegal whaling activities in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary.

Stop Toxic Imports Rally - Report Back from Medford, Oregon

Rogue Valley, 08.03.2008 05:10


Representatives from over a dozen unions and community organizations stood up tall and spoke loud & clear in telling U.S. Senator Gordon Smith from Oregon:


Photos and Video included in this report come from the 2/29/08 Rally in Medford, Oregon with special appreciation for citizen journalists Allen Hallmark (photos) and Steve Ryan (video). Mainstream cameras (local tv channels 5 & 10) never went inside, they missed the inside scoop. See it here:

S3 min. U-Tube Video


Arizona, 08.03.2008 02:37

Jury Unable to Arrive at Unanimous Verdict in Murder of Francisco Javier Dominguez Rivera

Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora

Argentina, 08.03.2008 01:38

8 de Marzo en Córdoba

Critical Mass Miami: March 8th Tropical Park Ride

Miami, 08.03.2008 01:07

Critical Mass Miami: March 8th Tropical Park Ride

Public Interest Environmental Law Conference in Eugene, MARCH 6-9TH 2008

Portland, 07.03.2008 23:38

Taking Place at the U of O Law School in Eugene, the four-day Conference includes over 125 panels, workshops, and multi-media presentations addressing a broad spectrum of environmental law and advocacy. Topics include: forest protection and ecological restoration, grazing and mining reform, labor and human rights, air and water pollution, Native American treaty rights, globalization and "free" trade, environmental justice, corporate responsibility, marine wilderness, international environmental law, water rights and dam removal, oil and gas litigation, genetic engineering, and urban growth.

Indigenous Sacred Estates: Protecting the Climate at Home
Land Use, Energy Depletion, and Climate Change: Opportunities for Action.
Solving the Energy Crisis: Are We Making the Right Policy Decisions?
Pacific Northwest Old Growth Protection and Forest Restoration Legislation
Bends in the River: New Developments in Clean Water Act Policy and Litigation

Liberals swoon as window is broken on Times Square

Portland, 07.03.2008 23:38

At about 3:43 AM yesterday a bomb went off doing minor damage to the historic recruitment office on the Times Square island.

Trigger a mob response at Four AM? Incite violence, I am reminded very strongly of the pepper spraying of Anarchist by "peace keeping" reformist to prevent vandalism to a bank. Violence involves physical pain, injury or death to a living creature, not the destruction of a glass window even if it does have Uncle Sam's picture on it. A few year's back American's were pondering why American's were hated in the third world? Could it be because we value the property of American's before the life of third world citizens? That the façade of an orderly peace loving society govern by reason is more important to middle class self-esteem that any substantial effort to create such a society. These are the reasons why the American dream, a mere illusion of democracy, is the nightmare of the rest of the world. As the false hearted Liberal movement commit themselves to denoucning the braking of a pain of glass, the Bush Administration lays the ground work for a proxi war in Latin America. A war Obama and Hillary are as likely to initiate as Bush himself. American's need to go beyond their meaningless self-delusions of being a peace loving people and address the reality that the US is easily the most aggressive militaristic state of our century. To turn our nation away from this path we need to stop acting like children and look at violence as it really effects are world.

Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora

Argentina, 07.03.2008 23:38

Trece Rosas Rojas


Colombia, 07.03.2008 20:39



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