Thursday, 6 October 2011

Stop The Machine!
People's Protest: DC's Freedom Plaza on October 6th

Show Up Or Shut-up

"There comes a time when the operation of the machine becomes so odious, makes you so sick at heart, that you can't take part, you can't even passively take part; and you've got to put your bodies upon the gears and upon the wheels, upon all the apparatus, and you've got to make it stop"

Global Revolution
Live from Occupy Wall Street

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This channel will feature live streams from global non violent revolution spreading across the globe, with broadcasts from Wall Street Occupation in NYC. Continue

NY Police Beat Wall Street Protesters


A New York police officer bashes away at protesters with a baton using it like a baseball bat and wielding it with both hands, as he swings at the demonstrators. Continue

Cain to Wall Street protesters:
‘Blame Yourself’ For Joblessness

By The Daily Caller

Don’t blame Wall Street,” Cain said. ”[D]on’t blame the big banks, if you don’t have a job and you’re not rich, blame yourself!” Continue

The ‘Getting’ of Assange And The Smearing Of A Revolution

By John Pilger

The contrast with the treatment of a genuine pioneer of a revolution in journalism, who dared take on rampant America, providing truth about how great power works, is telling. Continue

Rule of Law in an Age of Terror

By Dennis Edney

"I went to Guantanamo Bay as a lawyer and came out as a broken father. I never thought in my lifetime that I would go to such an evil place, and see such evil being done." Continue

Murder Inc.
Execution By Secret White House Committee

By Glenn Greenwald

A panel operating out of the White House — that meets in total secrecy, with no known law or rules governing what it can do or how it operates — is empowered to place American citizens on a list to be killed by the CIA. Continue

Obama Worse Than Bush

By David R. Hoffman

America is dead, and within its cadaver lurks a country little different than the third-world dictatorships it claims to abhor-a country controlled by a plethora of sadistic, amoral, venal and ruthless reprobates . Continue

Impeach the President

By Mike Miller

The only legal redress available when the President becomes a criminal, is impeachment by Congress. Therefore, the rule of law requires that you make use of this procedure now. Continue

Truth and Falsehood in Syria

By Jeremy Salt

As insurrection in Syria lurches towards civil war, the brakes need to be put on the propaganda pouring through the western mainstream media and accepted uncritically by many who should know better. Continue

The Palestinians' Next Move
By Rashid Khalidi

The United States now is thoroughly out of touch with most of the international community when it comes to Palestine and Israel. It has positioned itself to the right of the most right-wing, pro-settler government in Israeli history. Continue

IMF Advisor Says We Face a Worldwide Banking Meltdown


Dr. Robert Shapiro who advises the IMF predicts a cascading meltdown of the World's banking system starting with Sovereign debt in the Eurozone. Continue

12 killed as Syrian army and deserters clash: Twelve people were killed in clashes between soldiers and deserters in villages of Idlib province in northwest Syria on Thursday, a human rights group said
"Free Syrian" Army challenges Assad: Riad al-Asaad, the group's leader and an air force colonel who recently fled to Turkey, boasted in an interview with The Associated Press on Wednesday that he now has more than 10,000 members and called on fellow soldiers to join him in overthrowing the "murderous" regime.
The West kicks itself because of UN Security Council's decision on Syria: If the West does not make Russia and China vote "the right way", the EU and the USA will simply ignore the Council, as it happened in 1999 and 2003 with Yugoslavia and Iraq.
At least eight civilians killed, dozens injured in Yemen's Taiz province: According to medics, two children were among the dead while six other children were injured. Yasser al-Nusari, a medic who was at the scene, told the Yemen Post that at least 30 civilians were injured in the attacks.
Report: No evidence al-Awlaki was killed in Yemen: Yemen's security agencies have no substantial evidence that al-Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki was killed in a recent airstrike in the eastern province of Mareb, an official security source said Thursday.
Libya: NATO bombs hit hospital in Sirte: NATO warplanes bombed the medical center in Sirte, located 400 kilometers (250 miles) east of the capital Tripoli, on Thursday. The number of possible casualties remains unknown.
Libya: wounded patients evacuated from Sirte hospital: "The three wounded patients needed to be taken out. In the current conditions, the hospital in Sirte cannot provide the specialized care they need," said Cordula Wolfisberg, an ICRC doctor who entered the hospital.
NATO: No immediate end to Libya bombing: French Defense Minister Gerard Longuet said the airstrikes will not cease until all remaining pockets of resistance are suppressed and the new government asks for them to end.
Libya: Anti-Gaddafi Fighters Loot, Burn Homes In Sirte: After capturing this hamlet, a center for Moammar Gadhafi's tribe, revolutionary fighters have gone on a vengeance spree, looting and burning homes and making off with gold, furniture and even automobiles.
Libyans Resist NATO's Killing Machine: For over six and a half months, Libyans tied down the world's mightiest military force despite overwhelming odds against them and enormous loss of life and human suffering.
Russia accuses NATO of increasing casualties in Libya: "The international community and our Western partners in the first place followed the path of supporting one side in the civil war. Perhaps, this side expressed the interests of the Libyan people, but at the cost of civilian casualties,"
Gaddafi warns developing world leaders of similar fate: "To those who recognize this council, be ready for the creation of transitional councils imposed by the power of fleets to replace you one by one from now on," he said.
Police officer, child killed in attacks in Afghanistan: Thursday, gunmen open fire on a bus in Greshk district of nearby Helmand province, killing one child and injuring 15 other people, including four children and eight women, the provincial governor's office said.
Thousands take to streets in Kabul to protest U.S. occupation of Afghanistan: Thousands of people took to the streets of Kabul on Thursday to protest against the decade-long U.S. occupation of Afghanistan and in support of the immediate withdrawal of U.S. and NATO troops.
Iraq NATO deal may let U.S. troops stay on: lawmakers: Iraqi lawmakers on Wednesday said they were discussing a deal to extend a NATO training mission that could allow U.S. troops to stay as trainers beyond the year-end deadline for withdrawal, with the type of legal protections demanded by Washington.
Turkey passes bill for cross-border strikes in Iraq: The move comes amidst heightening tension with the Kurdistan Workers Party militant group – the PKK – and an increase in attacks inside Turkey. In the last three months 108 people have been killed.
The 'War on Terror' rages in the Philippines: In 2002, the US launched Operation Enduring Freedom-Philippines; nine years later, the campaign there continues.
UNESCO clears way for Palestine seat vote: Palestine has won a first diplomatic victory in its quest for statehood when the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation [UNESCO] executive committee backed its bid to become a member of the cultural body with the rights of a state.
US urges no vote on Palestine UNESCO membership: The United States on Wednesday called on UNESCO members to vote against the cultural body accepting Palestine as a member with the rights of a state.
Dozens of "settlers" surround IDF patrol in West Bank and assault Israeli soldiers: IDF patrol vehicle near Shilo trapped by roadblocks; settlers and soldiers clash in what a senior officer calls 'crossing a red line.'
War crimes: British prosecutor blocks arrest warrant for Livni on U.K. visit: Britain's chief prosecutor says he blocked an attempt to serve visiting Israeli opposition leader Tzipi Livni with an arrest warrant.

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