Strict, Dogmatic Nonviolence Versus A Diversity of Tactics

In an interview for The Guardian, environmentalist and human rights activist and author, Arundhati Roy, told Stephen Moss, “If you’re an Adivasi [tribal Indian] living in a forest village and […]

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The Governments of the US, UK, and Saudi Arabia Intentionally Target Schools, Hospitals, and other Civilian Infrastructure in Yemen, Spreading Terror For Oil Money and Saudi and Israeli Hegemony

According to the Jamie McGoldrick of the UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, 40,000 have been injured and 16,200 people have been killed in Yemen, including 10,000 civilians […]

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The Civil Rights Movement, State Collusion with The Klan, the Futility of Nonviolent Protest Alone, a Brief History of Gun Control, the Racism of Both Political Parties, and the Necessity of Armed Resistance

The Civil Rights Movement is often seen as a movement limited to the 1950s and 60s but truly this was just a period of heightened public activity and publicity of […]

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Why the Military and Police Are Parasites

Troops can’t be separated from the crimes they commit. You can’t hate the senseless destruction and suffering created by war and the greed and hate that motivates it but “support […]

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The Dakota Access Pipeline Protests: A Fight For Native American Survival, Autonomy, and a Habitable Planet

The Bakken pipeline also called the Dakota Access Pipeline, a $3.7 billion, 1,134-mile-long underground pipeline that is supposed to carry over ½ million barrels of oil per day across North […]

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Forest Service Official Who Let Nestle Drain California Water Without Permit Since 1988 Now Works for Them

Via Antimedia: “Claire Bernish August 13, 2015 (ANTIMEDIA) San Bernardino National Forest — An ongoing investigation by The Desert Sun into Nestle’s contentious bottled water operations in drought-stricken California first […]

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