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Save the Farm. Deadline: Wednesday, July 23, 2008

LA, 22.07.2008 21:39

Save the Farm. Deadline: Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Force-Fed Ducks, Bluehour Sucks demonstration report

Portland, 22.07.2008 21:09

ast Saturday night saw another round of demonstrations in front of Bluehour restaurant downtown. About 12 animal advocates gathered to educate the public and restaurant patrons about the inherent cruelty in foie gras production.

Bluehour serves foie gras, which is literally the diseased livers of ducks and geese who have been force-fed with metal tubes rammed down their throats. The mortality rate on foie gras farms is about 20 times that of other duck farms. The birds are force-fed such huge amounts of food that they cannot walk. Their necks are torn by the metal tubes. The process is so cruel that it has been banned in at least 14 countries, including the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark.

Strange Taser Demonstration Leaves More Questions Than Answers

Portland, 22.07.2008 21:09

In the face of growing concern over the use of tasers and other so-called "less lethal weapons," police officers and weapons industry shills have been conducting what can only be described as one of the strangest PR campaigns ever mounted. They have been "demonstrating" tasers by shooting them at each other, and at hapless volunteers in incongruous settings during family-friendly public gatherings. The message is supposed to be simple and easily digested: "See? Tasers can be fun." One such demonstration took place at the Columbia County Fair over the weekend. It was a bizarre spectacle that surely must be reminiscent of what Rome was like shortly before it fell.

Film of the Impeachment Vigil Protest on July 17 2008

Portland, 22.07.2008 19:39

This marks the one solid year of weekly protesting for accountability and justice outside (and inside) our Congressman's Earl Blumenauer's office

This skit pokes fun at the obvious facts that the USA <citizens> accept Bush's tolerance and accept that Bush and the Democrat-controlled-Congress will allow torture and human right lawbreaking to continue. The skit also pokes fun at the House Rep in Dist #3 here in Oregon who finds it not illegal or morally wrong to let the Bush administration continue doing what ever they want <sic> in-spite of written laws and our Constitution of the United States?

La tierra no es para quien la trabaja

Argentina, 22.07.2008 19:08

Escrache al Juez Py por condenar a campesinxs

Colorado Concrete Company Raided

United States, 22.07.2008 18:07

On July 16, ICE agents arrested 18 immigrant workers at Colorado Precast Concrete Inc. in Loveland, Colorado, after executing an administrative search warrant at the plant. The workers were arrested on administrative immigration charges. One is from El Salvador; the others are from Mexico. All were taken to Park County Jail to await removal or a hearing before a federal immigration judge. The Larimer County Sheriff's Office assisted with the operation; the Air Branch of US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) provided air support. read more

Related Stories: Santa Clara County Supes React to ICE Raids | Julia Harumi Mass of the ACLU-NC Speaks About ICE Raids

Incêndio Criminoso destrói aldeia indígena Guarani na Praia de Camboinhas em Niterói

Brasil, 22.07.2008 10:08


Julia Harumi Mass of the ACLU-NC Speaks About ICE Raids

Santa Cruz, CA, 22.07.2008 06:38

On the July 18th indynewswire, danielsan of 101.1 FM Freak Radio Santa Cruz spoke with Julia Harumi Mass, staff attorney with the ACLU of Northern California (ACLU-NC), to discuss a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed in an attempt to learn more about the Homeland Security agency ICE, or Immigration and Customs Enforcement. ICE and its supporters consistently say that round-ups and raids are conducted for reasons of national security because they prioritize immigrants with criminal backgrounds. However as Mass explains, the reality is far different.

Shadowy corporate group attempting to make Tompkins Square Park private

NYC, 22.07.2008 02:39

A shadowy corporate group has attmpted to make Tompkins Square Park a private space and explicity seeks to keep squatters out. They will be back on July 30. Self-designated organizers of this corporate group, which is showing a series of outdoor films in the park, have refused to identify themselves in any way, yet have taken it upon itself to decide who is, and is not, allowed into the park's spaces.

Beware Global Peace Festival

DC, 22.07.2008 02:10

Dear Friends, Several progressive organizations have been approached about participating in a Global Peace Festival in Washington, DC on August 9. Please beware that this organization is a front group for Sun Myung Moon and his Unification Church. Moonie response

Maryland State Police surveillance of antiwar and anti-death penalty activists

Baltimore, 22.07.2008 00:09

BALTIMORE —- The American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland today [7/17] made public what it called "shocking" documents obtained through a Maryland Public Information Act (MPIA) lawsuit, revealing that the Maryland State Police (MSP) engaged in covert surveillance of local peace and anti-death penalty groups for over a year from 2005-2006. The organization expressed alarm at the incomprehensible spying revealed in 43 pages of summaries and computer logs, none of which refer to criminal or even potentially criminal acts, other than a few isolated references to plans for completely nonviolent civil disobedience.

ACLU of Maryland Executive Director Susan Goering blasted the program as "Un-American," and said, "I fear that the documents released today, which the MSP wrongfully withheld for almost two years, may be only the tip of the proverbial iceberg."

Read the ACLU press release
WE WILL NOT BE SILENCED: Maryland Anti-Death Penalty Activists Speak Out!7/24 @ 2640
Read the documents obtained through the Maryland Public Information Act (MPIA) lawsuit
Coverage on Democracy Now!
Dave Zirin: COINTELPRO Comes to My Town: My First-Hand Experience With Government Spies
Coverage in the Progressive

The Innocent Children Of Death Row Inmates

Houston, 21.07.2008 21:39

The Innocent Children Of Death Row Inmates

a 14 años del atentado a la Amia

Argentina, 21.07.2008 20:38

"Contra la impunidad y el encubrimiento"


Argentina, 21.07.2008 20:08

Encuentros Nacionales de Mujeres: valoración y metodología

Local Government Workers Strike Over Pay

United Kingdom, 21.07.2008 17:08

On Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 July, local government workers in Unison and Unite took part in a 48 hour strike. The action was in response to the "final" 2.45% pay offer made by the employers (which, given the current rate of inflation, constitutes a real terms pay cut) and part of a wider struggle being waged across the public sector against what the government call "pay restraint."

Support for the strike seems to have been patchy. Nevertheless, there were pickets at council offices across the country and thousands of schools were closed as teaching assistansts, caretakers, midday supervisors and admin staff walked out. Larger towns and cities saw a number of rallies and marches.

Newswire: Local Government Strike: Day Two | Patchy Support for Public Sector Strike | I'd Rather Be A Cyclist Than A Scab: UNISON Strike Birmingham | Local authority workers walk out over pay cut | Local Government Strike: Day One | UNISON Local Government Members Strike Over Pay | Public service Strike 16-17th July and rally at Guildhall on 16th | Council workers to strike over pay | Local government workers to strike over pay

Regional Feature: Local Government Workers in Notts Join National Strike

Links: Unison | Unite: Amicus | T&G | Indymedia UK Workers' Movements topic page

a 14 años del atentado a la Amia

Argentina, 21.07.2008 16:08

"Contra la impunidad y el encubrimiento"

Free Gaza Radio Show Monday, July 21st, 2008, 8-10 pm

Portland, 21.07.2008 15:39

The Free Gaza Movement plans to break the medical aid blockade of Gaza by sea. On the weekly radio show, Questioning War- Organizing Resistance, seven of the courageous travelers will give details of the upcoming voyage, its purpose, their motivations. <p>41 people from 16 countries are committed to this action and ending the blockade of the truth of the Palestinians' plight from reaching the world. Listen to <b>Questioning War- Organizing Resistance</b> on <a href="" target="blank"></a> <b>Monday, July 21, 2008</b>, from <b>8:00- 9:00 pm (PST)</b> in the first hour and to our guests - Darlene Wallach, Kathleen Wang, Hedy Epstein, and Greta Berlinand ... in the second hour, 9:00- 10:00 pm (PST) to our guests - Mary Hughes-Thompson, Bill Dienst, and David Halpin. We've tried to enter Palestine by land. We've tried to arrive by air. Now we're getting serious. We're taking a ship. [ <a href=" Read">" target="blank"></a> <b>Monday, July 21, 2008</b>, from <b>8:00- 9:00 pm (PST)</b> in the first hour and to our guests - Darlene Wallach, Kathleen Wang, Hedy Epstein, and Greta Berlinand ... in the second hour, 9:00- 10:00 pm (PST) to our guests - Mary Hughes-Thompson, Bill Dienst, and David Halpin. We've tried to enter Palestine by land. We've tried to arrive by air. Now we're getting serious. We're taking a ship. [ <a href=" Read">link to target="blank">Questioning War- Organizing Resistance</a> ]

[G8-Genova 2001] Processi al giro di boa

Switzerland, 21.07.2008 15:07

A 7 anni di distanza il sipario sulle giornate del G8 di Genova non è ancora calato. Molti restano gli interrogativi ai quali non è stata data una risposta. Di certo queste risposte non arriveranno dalle aule dei tribunali.
Mentre i 5 processi principali stanno volgendo al termine si sommano gli sterili contentini e le amare delusioni che la giustizia italiana consegna a chi tenta di esprimere il proprio dissenso. Stando alle sentenze fin qui emesse in Italia esistono ufficialmente i vandali, che devastano e saccheggiano, ma non c'è traccia di torturatori o di sicari di Stato.
È infatti notizia di queste settimane che nonostante l'impianto accusatorio dei PM che denunciavano le violenze e le torture accadute all'interno della Caserma di Bolzaneto, la verità emersa dalle testimonianze delle vittime di quella che è stata definita "una macelleria messicana" è stata solo parzialmente riconosciuta: su 45 imputati, 30 sono stati assolti. Su 80 anni di carcere chiesti dall'accusa, ne sono stati comminati 24. Lievi erano state le richieste, ancora più lievi sono state le condanne (nessuno dei 15 condannati pagherà con il carcere, grazie alla prescrizione).

L'ultimo processo, che deve ancora giungere al termine, riguarda invece la mattanza della Diaz. Una vera e propria azione repressiva e punitiva delle forze del (dis)ordine che si concluse con il pestaggio dei presenti e il ferimento di 79 persone (su 93 arrestate).
Giovedì 17 luglio i PM incaricati dell'inchiesta hanno reso note le richieste delle condanne per i superpoliziotti: 109 anni e 9 mesi in totale, con reati che vanno dall'abuso d'ufficio alle calunnie e percosse. A settembre dovrebbe concludersi il processo.
Chi vivrà, vedrà...

::I 5 processi principali di Genova 2001::
::Processo al Sud Ribelle::
Breve descrizione | Trascrizioni udienze | Comunicati stampa Supporto legale | FTR: siamo tutti sovversivi
::Processo ai 25::
Breve descrizione | Sintesi | Trascrizioni udienze | Comunicati stampa Supporto legale | FTR: la giustizia non abita a Genova
::Processo Perugini::
Breve descrizione | Sintesi
::Processo su Bolzaneto::
Breve descrizione | Trascrizioni udienze | Comunicati stampa Supporto legale | Commento alla sentenza - Radio Blackout | Commento alla sentenza Radio Onda Rossa
::Processo Diaz::
Breve descrizione | Trascrizioni udienze | Comunicati stampa Supporto legale | FTR: i testimoni chiedono la verità su Genova | FTR: Chi cade dalla torre?

::Altri approfondimenti::
Supporto legale | Indymedia Italia | Archivi Indymedia Italia old | Rassegna stampa italiana | Gipfelsoli

'Thank You' Letter From Pitch Pipe Infoshop

Portland, 21.07.2008 14:40

Thank you! To the anonymous ninjas, Us here at the Pitch Pipe Infoshop would like to thank you from the very bottom of our hearts for removing the surveillance camera that was pointed at our house. You are beautiful and amazing, whoever you are. We are all extremely grateful for your vigilance in defending our community from the onslaught of the police state.

The government wants us all under their thumbs. They want all of us to be in our right place; going to work, being trapped in school, rotting in prison, doing nothing that they do not want us to do. We are forbidden from living. The government wants to render us into soulless, empty shells, acting as nothing more than carriers for capital and resources. Our forests are as expendable as we are to them. And so that none their slaves may rebel, they cover our streets with cameras and police cruisers. They wish to destroy every free space still in existence. They wish to see everything so that they may stop what is most dangerous to them: LIFE.

Whoever destroyed the camera destroyed a small piece of the government's grand design for us. They took a swing at the panopticon and made off with one of its eyes. Let there be thousands more of these acts. Together, let's smash their horrible machine to pieces.
PS: If you can, please make information about the stolen camera public so everyone can know what they were using against us.

Photos of the Camera: 1,2, 3

Another Victory: Eagle Asset Management sells their shares in HLS

Portland, 21.07.2008 14:40

It's been confirmed that Eagle Asset Management/Raymond James Financial sold their shares in HLS. After being made aware of the cruelty inside HLS, through protests in London and in the USA. Along with polite emails from across the world. Eagle Asset Management/Raymond James have sold their half a million shares in LSR on 15th July, we thank them for taking an ethical stance on this and to stop dealing with HLS/LSR. Thank you for your support!

Feds Attempt to Overide Local Opposition to LNG Pipeline

Portland, 21.07.2008 14:40

Despite overwhelming public opposition in Jackson County Oregon to the proposed LNG pipeline beginning in Coos Bay, OR and reaching Malin (near Klamath Falls, OR), the federal government continues to pressure local residents into accepting an pipline through their backyards..
blog discussing Oregon/California pipeline

Update on Daniel McGowan

Portland, 21.07.2008 14:40

Friends, On Monday, July 14, Daniel appeared in federal court in the Western District of Wisconsin (Madison) before Judge Barbara Crabb and was found in civil contempt for his refusal to answer questions before a grand jury.

Since he is already in custody for his existing prison sentence, this means that his clock of time being served has stopped. An appeal has been filed by his lawyer to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as a motion for bail (in his case since he wouldn't be released, to start his federal time moving forward again). Right now, until the grand jury is dismissed or other agreements are made within that case and things are resolved, his time will not count as time served. It is unknown whether he will remain in county jail for the full extension of this period.

So, for now, please continue to write to Daniel with positive thoughts, funny stories, and well wishes, as this has been a particularly stressful and difficult time. Letters are key to time passing quickly inside.

Customers Ask the California PUC to examine PacifiCorp's spending on Klamath Dams

Portland, 21.07.2008 14:40

A group of PacifiCorps California electric customers has asked the California Public Utilities Commission to examine the company's spending to relicense four Klamath River dams and powerhouses. The customers say the company has already spent more than $50 million on aging facilities which harm the Klamath River and its salmon. The PUCs are charged with protecting the interests of customers - called "ratepayers" in PUC parlance.

Some Californians who get their electricity from Portland-based PacifiCorp want the California Public Utilities Commission to review PacifiCorp's spending on its Klamath River dams and to provide an expert, independent assessment of what is best for the ratepayers.

Anti Nuclear

Perth, 21.07.2008 12:09

Anti Nuke Rally at Uranium Conference in Fremantle

Sedition Books Grand Opening

Houston, 21.07.2008 04:50

Sedition Books Opens New location in Montrose

Art Beat '08

Boston, 21.07.2008 03:10

This past weekend was the annual Art Beat Festival in Davis Sq, sponsored by the Somerville Arts Council. The theme of this year’s event was green – green for the extension of the Green Line through Somerville, and green for environmental awareness. There was live music on 3 stages, with one of them devoted to Children’s programming. Elm St. and Holland Ave were lined with food and arts and crafts vendors. They were intermingled with socially conscious organizations. One of them was the Somerville-based Bycicle Riding School for Adults and Children. They’ve been getting a lot of main stream media publicity lately, which has generated much interest in their school. [LISTEN TO AUDIO:]

Green Party Launch New York Ballot Drive

NYC, 21.07.2008 02:39

Green Party presidential nominee Cynthia McKinney spoke in New York to launch the drive to get the Green Party on the ballot, July 18. The Green Party needs 30,000 signatures by August 19.

Mumia Abu-Jamal 4 Temmuz eylemi

Istanbul, 21.07.2008 01:12

Mumia Abu-Jamal'in temyiz baþvurusuna destek eylemi

Genoa Solidarity Action in Charlottesville, Virginia

DC, 20.07.2008 19:10

On Saturday, July 19, 2008, a small crowd gathered at the Pavillion Amphitheatre, near the University of Virginia in downtown Charlottesville, USA, to listen to an a capella concert in support of all of the demonstrators and citizens of Genoa who were present during the G8, July 18-22 2001, particularly the survivors of the Diaz School and Bolzaneto. The words, "Genova Libera," were added to a community chalkboard mural in front of the pavillion. A few clips of the concert are included here; due to poor video quality, the song cannot be entirely reproduced, but hopefully this will give you an idea of how it went. (Apologies, but Charlottesville and Richmond Indymedias are down, and DC is the next-closest IMC.)

Japan G8 Summit Ends

San Francisco Bay Area, 20.07.2008 19:09

On July 7th through 9th, the G8 countries held their annual meeting high above Lake Toyoaka in Hokkaido Japan at an exclusive spa resort. The one agreement that was reached at the summit was that the G-8 countries would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by the year 2050, 42 years from now. Fidel Castro commented in his reflections of July 15, that this "is about the time that hell freezes over".

Juicio a los genocidas

Argentina, 20.07.2008 17:39

Se abre la ronda de alegatos

Juicio a los genocidas

Argentina, 20.07.2008 17:39

Se abre la ronda de alegatos

Santiago del Estero - Homenaje

Argentina, 20.07.2008 17:39

A 32 años de la caída en combate de Mario Roberto Santucho.

Campesinxs Condenadxs convocan en Tribunales de Cruz del Eje

Argentina, 20.07.2008 17:39

Protest at Pelosi's Mansion Opposes Moves Towards War With Iran

San Francisco Bay Area, 20.07.2008 17:09

On July 19th, three activists were arrested for breaking through police barricades around Pelosi's Pacific Heights mansion and "dying in" on her walkway to protest against war with Iran. Many banners and signs focused on H Con Res 362 and the $400 million the US is spending on covert operations in Iran.

On July 31st, there will be an eyewitness report-back at the SF Women's Building from two Iranian American activists just back from Iran.

Photos and Specs of the Pitchpipe Surveillance Camera

Seattle, 20.07.2008 17:09

New information on the surveillance system installed to monitor the activities at Pitchpipe InfoShop.

Video: International Anarchist Conspiracy Communique # 1

Seattle, 20.07.2008 17:09

Watch and learn.

Six Mayan leaders

New Mexico, 20.07.2008 15:09

In Their Own Words, An evening with Mayan farmers

Short Films about the Border

New Mexico, 20.07.2008 15:09

Short Films about the Border, ABQ Center for Peace and Justice, Wed July 23, 7pm 202 Harvard SE

Largest HLS Investor Dumps All Shares

United Kingdom, 20.07.2008 15:08

Anti-HLS campaigners this week have gained another major victory in closing down Europe's largest and most exposed vivisection laboratory Huntingdon Life Sciences, known also as Life Sciences Research, ticker symbol LSR.

The labs largest investor, Eagle Asset Finance, has sold all HLS shares worth £7,074,059, more than 4% of the company. Raymond James Financial, their parent company, made the announcement within a month of a full-scale campaign in the UK and USA including email alerts, office and home demonstrations against both companies.

Since December 2007 HLS has suffered from a serious lack of investment, with companies last year eventually selling all their shares. Shareholders included; TransAmerica Investment, Frontier Capital, SAC Capital, Axa, Wachovia, Alternative Investment Partners, Rathbone Brothers, Dresdner Bank, Deutsche Bank, La Grange Capital, Robeco Investment Management, Fairfield Greenwich Associates & BNP Paribas [1 | 2 | 3].

Newswire: RJF Statement | Operation IX3 In NYC Continues | Eagle Asset Dumps All HLS Shares | Raymond James Protest after SHAC march | Protests at HLS Financial Allies & AstraZeneca | WAR Launches Operation IX3 - HLS Investor Insanity | SHAC Financial & Supplier Demos Continue

Previous features: SHAC Prepares For National March & Rally | Victory for animal rights campaigners | Activist Imprisoned for Shouting | Fisher Scientific Embarrassed Over Links with HLS | SHAC World Day for Lab Animals | Asahi Glass Protesters Harassed by Police | "March Against the Murderers"

Links: SHAC | Win Animal Rights | Close HLS | Indymedia UK SHAC topic page

20 de julio

Colombia, 20.07.2008 14:09

Yidisgate, parapolítica, desaparecidos, desplazamiento forzado, asesinatos, robo de tierras, Teodolindo


Switzerland, 20.07.2008 10:07


La mise en marche de l'extermination des squats genevois et lausannois continuent...
Ainsi aux Tulipiers comme au Vallon ne fleuriront plus de libertés collectives et autres jardinages de cultures en lutte!
Genève ne compte, à présent, plus qu'une petite vingtaine de maisons collectives occupées... ce qui peut certainement paraître «énorme» par rapport à d'autres villes suisses, et dans le climat de répression actuel des espaces collectifs autogérés partout en Europe, certes...

The Indypendent Issue 123: Running On Empty

NYC, 20.07.2008 04:39

The American economy is hurting. The housing and credit crises have done their share. And now the high cost of fuel is adding to that damage. A.K. Gupta, in our cover story, takes a look at what the skyrocketing cost of fuel could mean to the way Americans live their lives.

“In this crisis lies a great opportunity. This shockwave could radically restructure our economy and lifestyles. But how this transformation occurs depends on whether choices are made individually through “the market” or collectively through the political process.

There is a stark choice: a shrinking economy, declining social services and an ever-growing underclass. A future where those with the means flee to city centers to escape high energy costs, while many suburbs become home to poverty and crime. Or, if specific legislative and policy actions are enacted, high energy prices are maintained through taxes that are used to retool the economy away from fossil fuels and toward sustainable — and local — manufacturing, agriculture and living.”

Also in this issue: Profiles of how the rising cost of fuel is affecting local vendors, taxi drivers, and greenmarkets, coverage of the Longest Walk II, and on-the-ground reporting in Latin America. See below for much more!

Who Will Turn Off the Lights? El Salvador’s Youth Exodus || Bolivia Divided || Fighting for the Amazon || FISA Farce Passes || Protest Begins at Home || Walking for the Earth || Hollywood Superhero Falls Short || Outervisions || In Step With New Orleans || Community Calendar July-August || Taxi Earnings Stuck in Reverse || Local Greenmarkets Wilt From High Prices || Street Vendors Speak Out || Bruno’s Exit Raises Tenant Hopes || NYC Hip-Hop Activist Joins Green Party Ticket || LES’ers Resist Gated Community Scheme || Some Things Are Getting Cheaper || What We Need to Do || Oil Shock

Santa Clara County Supes React to ICE Raids

San Francisco Bay Area, 20.07.2008 02:09

On the heels of the largest and most aggressive immigration raids in northern California to date, Santa Clara County supervisors voted to oppose a federal immigration measure that they say would affect all workers adversely.Provisions in the Secure America through Verification and Enforcement Act of 2007 would expand an electronic verification system that Santa Clara County supervisors say would adversely affect all workers.

Strike at Allison BMW in Mountain View

San Francisco Bay Area, 20.07.2008 01:39

On June 1st, auto technicians and service advisors in Mountain View went on strike after their contract with Allison BMW expired. Allison BMW was recently purchased by the Florida based corporation, Auto Nation. The new owner demanded that workers accept a contract that would, "bring them into line with the rest of the nation." This meant cuts in hourly wages, no paid sick days, fewer paid holidays and higher health premiums and deductables. The issue of greatest concern was that of the flat rate. The company wants a system where the technician is given a time limit for each task. If the worker completes the job within that time frame they are paid the full amount. However, if they don't, for whatever reason, they must complete the work on their own time.

Cesare Battisti entra com carta de refúgio

Brasil, 19.07.2008 23:38


The FISA Amendment Law is Signed into Law

San Francisco Bay Area, 19.07.2008 22:39

On On July 10, Bush signed into law the FISA Amendment Act. The law allows the government to spy on emails, phone calls, web surfing, and other communications without warrants. The law also guarantees immunity to telecommunication companies who participated in the secret and illegal spying conducted by the Bush Administration. Many have stated that the bill excuses President Bush's lawless behavior, is an assault on the first and fourth Amendment, and is a further justification to spy on activists.

Field Hearing on Harris County Injustice System

Houston, 19.07.2008 21:09

Field Hearing Examines injustices in Harris County Law Enforcement

American Psychological Association

Portland, 19.07.2008 20:09

The red cross says it is torture
But the American Psychological association
Says that it is not torture
They should be there to oversea
Dog cages and human being electrocuted randomly
One person who was locked
Inside the walls of secret documents
Was a teacher
Whose only crime was flunking a student
The student fingered them for being a terrorist
The CIA says that 1/3 of those in Guantanamo
Are probably innocent

Free Gaza Radio Show Monday, July 21st, 2008, 8-10 pm

Portland, 19.07.2008 17:08

The Free Gaza Movement plans to break the medical aid blockade of Gaza by sea. On the weekly radio show, Questioning War- Organizing Resistance, seven of the courageous travelers will give details of the upcoming voyage, its purpose, their motivations. 41 people from 16 countries are committed to this action and ending the blockade of the truth of the Palestinians' plight from reaching the world. Listen to Questioning War- Organizing Resistance on Monday, July 21, 2008, from 8:00- 9:00 pm (PST) in the first hour and to our guests - Darlene Wallach, Kathleen Wang, Hedy Epstein, and Greta Berlinand ... in the second hour, 9:00- 10:00 pm (PST) to our guests - Mary Hughes-Thompson, Bill Dienst, and David Halpin. We've tried to enter Palestine by land. We've tried to arrive by air. Now we're getting serious. We're taking a ship. [ Read More ]

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