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Thomas Trares, Mathias Binswanger and Robert Kurz 27.02.2012 06:34
The Autism of Economists
Analogous to a mechanical system, neoclassicists understood the economy as a perpetual cycle of production and consumption kept in balance by the price mechanism. Neoclassical theory becomes problematic when market laws are declared universally applicable and when mono-cultures are cultivated that narrow the focus to one school.










y the price mechanism. Neoclassical theory becomes problematic

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mary rose lenore eng 27.02.2012 05:33
Stratfor (shadow CIA) stalks Animal Activists ALF PETA Anarchists: Wikileaks w/anonymous
for coca cola! PETA stalked.
new database release of intelligence firm's stalking of bohpal victims . . .
Stratfor (shadow CIA) stalks Animal Activists ALF PETA Anarchists: Wikileaks w/anonymous

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Lone Vet 26.02.2012 22:30
Come Meet The Bug Judge From The 9th
come and tell the judge he is a mass murder The man who justified torture of prisoners.

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(A) 26.02.2012 22:01
Why don't 9 11 truth clowns have even one credible source?
It's well known that 9 11 truth is a sham.

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wl 26.02.2012 18:40
WikiLeaks begins publishing 5 million emails from STRATFOR
Today (27 Feb) WikiLeaks began publishing The Global Intelligence Files -- more than five million emails from the Texas-headquartered "global intelligence" company Stratfor.

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Roy Batty 26.02.2012 14:11
Corporate Tax Rate Reduction Proposals–Are Some “Persons” Better Than Others?
If history holds true, corporations will continue to get their tax reductions and their write-offs. And "close the loopholes" hoopla can be saved for the next election.

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it's a simple question 26.02.2012 13:34
Question for anarchists: why embrace-endorse the official explanation for 9/11/01 events?
please answer it

thanks

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blues 26.02.2012 13:23
Is This What The War Demands Over Syria Are Really About?
(Cookie glitch?) When the web of lies for the propaganda platform of pubic support for the invasion of Iraq was being spun, I was out protesting that impending fiasco. At one point, I attended a small lecture by former chief U.N. weapons inspector Scott Ritter, who campaigned tirelessly against the oncoming attack. (Former US Marine Intelligence officer Ritter has since been convicted of soliciting sex with a female police officer who pretended to be 15 years old; but the case looks dubious on close inspection.) I asked him directly "Why are we doing this?" He instantly replied that the impending war was simply a distraction to cover up unpopular changes in domestic policy. Period. I have been turning this over in my mental compost bin for years.

The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq obviously served that purpose extremely well. But after about a decade, these distractions have gone completely stale, so we are withdrawing from those adventures with almost nothing, in many ways, far less than nothing, to show for our efforts, other than the cover they provided for the extremely unpopular domestic changes. So here is my theory:

These wars were never intended to be won. Ever before the selection of George W. Bush, the power elite understood that the U.S., and the rest of the Western Empire, was about to experience a series of devastating economic crashes that would not ordinarily be tolerated by the 99%, so powerful distractions were urgently needed, and these are what the wars provided very effectively.

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blues 26.02.2012 12:24
Is This What The War Demands Over Syria Are Really About?
When the web of lies for the propaganda platform of pubic support for the invasion of Iraq was being spun, I was out protesting that impending fiasco. At one point, I attended a small lecture by former chief U.N. weapons inspector Scott Ritter, who campaigned tirelessly against the oncoming attack. (Former US Marine Intelligence officer Ritter has since been convicted of soliciting sex with a female police officer who pretended to be 15 years old; but the case looks dubious on close inspection.) I asked him directly "Why are we doing this?" He instantly replied that the impending war was simply a distraction to cover up unpopular changes in domestic policy. Period. I have been turning this over in my mental compost bin for years.

The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq obviously served that purpose extremely well. But after about a decade, these distractions have gone completely stale, so we are withdrawing from those adventures with almost nothing, in many ways, far less than nothing, to show for our efforts, other than the cover they provided for the extremely unpopular domestic changes. So here is my theory:

These wars were never intended to be won. Ever before the selection of George W. Bush, the power elite understood that the U.S., and the rest of the Western Empire, was about to experience a series of devastating economic crashes that would not ordinarily be tolerated by the 99%, so powerful distractions were urgently needed, and these are what the wars provided very effectively.

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Mobile T 26.02.2012 04:11
VIDEO: The Donna Wright Story - Local UFCW 555 Labor Dispute
Donna Wright Donna Wright with the Local UFCW 555 in Vancouver Washington is in a dispute with the Orchards Fred Meyer over her illegal firing. She told her story before both the Portland and Vanvouver Workers Rights Boards at a hearing regarding another employer on 2.23.12, and we were moved by her story.

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Support 26.02.2012 01:24
Important Legal Info for Occupiers
Important legal information for those arrested in Occupy related actions, as well as everyone who has had criminal misdemeanor charges reduced to violations.

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Asbarez Editors 25.02.2012 17:32
What the Azeris Don't Want to Admit about Khojalu
Deconstructing the Azeri Propaganda War Against the Indigenous Armenian Republic of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabagh)

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John Holloway 25.02.2012 15:38
We are all Greeks
"I do not like violence. I do not think that very much is gained by burning banks and smashing windows. And yet I feel a surge of pleasure when I see the reaction in Athens and the other cities in Greece to the acceptance by the Greek parliament of the measures imposed by the European Union."

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Relay 25.02.2012 14:47
Film Screening: Greedy Lying Bastards, a Documentary Film by Craig Rosebraugh.
At the 30th Annual Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, the Sunday Keynote address will be a Film Screening: Greedy Lying Bastards, a Documentary Film by Craig Rosebraugh.
A panel discussion will follow the screening.

A trailer for the film

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Joe Anybody 25.02.2012 13:15
Arab Spring Conf. All day at PSU tody
The conference is going all day long today 2/25/12

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Barney Rubble 25.02.2012 12:14
No Feb 29 Occupy mention ?
Is there a reason there are no postings or announcements on Occupy Pdx F-29 actions ?

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blues 25.02.2012 11:40
Wars Never Intended To Be Won. New Ones In The Works
When the web of lies for the propaganda platform of pubic support for the invasion of Iraq was being spun, I was out protesting that impending fiasco. At one point, I attended a small lecture by former chief U.N. weapons inspector Scott Ritter, who campaigned tirelessly against the oncoming attack. (Former US Marine Intelligence officer Ritter has since been convicted of soliciting sex with a female police officer who pretended to be 15 years old; but the case looks dubious on close inspection.) I asked him directly "Why are we doing this?" He instantly replied that the impending war was simply a distraction to cover up unpopular changes in domestic policy. Period. I have been turning this over in my mental compost bin for years.

The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq obviously served that purpose extremely well. But after about a decade, these distractions have gone completely stale, so we are withdrawing from those adventures with almost nothing, in many ways, far less than nothing, to show for our efforts, other than the cover they provided for the extremely unpopular domestic changes. So here is my theory:

These wars were never intended to be won. Ever before the selection of George W. Bush, the power elite understood that the U.S., and the rest of the Western Empire, was about to experience a series of devastating economic crashes that would not ordinarily be tolerated by the 99%, so powerful distractions were urgently needed, and these are what these wars provided very effectively.

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Johny Boy 25.02.2012 10:09
A Point to Be Had
A short retort to Joey Anderson with bad grammar and syntax (Im using a German keyboard dammit)

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better b 24.02.2012 23:38
are you ready for martial law?
The NDAA will take effect on March 3, 2012. This is the gravest threat to the freedom of all Americans since the emergency laws during the U.S. Civil War. The Constitutional right to trial and the end of a century old law banning the use of the military on U.S. soil will come to an end on March 3, 2012. The president has awarded the military extraordinary powers to detain US citizens without trial! This is just one of many new laws, regulations and plans being rushed into being by the Obama administration. Not only did he sign the NDAA giving the military the right to arrest any one even Americans and hold them without trial he opened U.S. air space to police drones in mid- January, allowing New York City, Houston and Los Angeles to watch the pubic in a host of new ways. Obama is offering large grants to all local police departments to buy their own fleet of drones.

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Repost 24.02.2012 17:45
Why Did Single-Payer Health Care Fail in California?
Though it's passed the legislature twice before, a bill to establish a single-payer universal health insurance system in California failed in the state senate in January.

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Matt Landon 24.02.2012 14:36
2012 Mountain Justice Summer Action Camp May 18-25
Come to Appalachia and become part of the movement to end MTR Coal Mining, protect communities and the environment, and build a sustainable new economy.

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Jim Lockhart 24.02.2012 14:07
Paul Cienfuegos Interview on Public Access Television
A Growing Concern this week will feature a live interview with Paul Cienfuegos, "Workshop Leader, Lecturer, Writer, Bookseller, Engaged Citizen."

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Relay 24.02.2012 13:46
Report Back From Bradley Manning’s Arraignment
Yesterday's arraignment for Bradley Manning lasted a little under an hour, as expected. Replacing the Investigating Officer from the Article 32 hearing is military judge Denise Lind. After members of the prosecution and defense declared their certifications and qualifications, the judge addressed Pfc. Manning directly, asking if he understood that a military counsel is available to him at no cost, or a civilian counsel is available at no cost to the government. "Yes, your honor," Manning replied. She then asked who he wished to represent him, and he replied that he wanted to keep Mr. Coombs and the rest of the defense team with him.

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Li Qingsi 24.02.2012 06:31
Saying no to gunboat diplomacy
The Chinese veto at the Security Council was not a passing fancy influenced by Russia, but the fruit of a long and painful experience. It was primarily motivated by the desire to uphold the norms of international law. Professor Li Qingsi places this concern in its immediate historical context (regime changes orchestrated in North Africa) and within a longer-term perspective (China's occupation by the West and the difficult Sino-US relations).

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. 23.02.2012 20:55
Shutdown the IMF: Protest & March Sunday March 11 6pm - 9pm PDX
shutdown the i.m.f.

liquidate the world bank
cancel all "development" loans

abolish debt servitude of third world peoples to the imf and world bank now!

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Dan Roberts 23.02.2012 17:14
The Shortwave Report 02/24/12 Listen Globally
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. NHK World Radio Japan, China Radio International, Radio Havana Cuba, Spanish National Radio, and Radio Deutsche-Welle.

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Joe Anybody 23.02.2012 14:48
Video: Sharing Portland Public Sidewalk Advisory Committee Meeting 2.6.12
Sharing the Public Sidewalks 2.6.12 This is a video of the semi-monthly public meeting in the Portland Building regarding the use and sharing of the public sidewalks. Open to the public and city departments for discussion on how we all can get along on the sidewalks in Portland.

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Maria Dominguez 23.02.2012 07:29
La vida no vale nada en Mexico
asesinos de la ruta 76 No hay servicio medico de emergencia

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Ayke Sutthoff 23.02.2012 04:39
How Goldman Sachs Rules the World
Hank Paulsen had famous examples: Robert Rubin, Treasury secretary under Bill Clinton, also changed from Goldman Sachs into politics. Europe and the US are firmly in the grip of Goldman Sachs. The state has become the errand boy of the banks (cf. Moyers and Company).

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reposting 22.02.2012 16:52
Williams Clearcutting is in Full Swing
Small Town Endeavors to Protect its Future

The rural community of Williams in Southern Oregon is striving to prevent an imminent clear-cut on a privately owned 320 acres. This parcel is perched atop a prominent ridge in the Williams Creek watershed, located in the Applegate Valley, and serves as the headwaters for three major contributing streams.

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Systemic Disorder 22.02.2012 11:09
European monetary fables tell a story, but for whom?
It's German wage cuts, not "lazy" Greeks

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Correct 22.02.2012 10:07
Minimum Wage for Tipped Workers Hasn’t Changed in More Than 20 Years
Minimum Wage for Tipped Workers Hasn't Changed in More Than 20 Years
While making a living on $7.25 an hour is not easy, it's even tougher when the federal minimum wage for waiters and waitresses is only $2.13—a rate that hasn't changed since 1991.

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Dana Gabriel 22.02.2012 06:06
Counter-Terrorism and Northern Border Drug Strategy Tied to Perimeter Security Deal
The never ending war on drugs and war on terrorism are being used to justify the huge police state security apparatus being assembled. This includes the militarization of the northern border and plans for a North American security perimeter. In the name of national security, there has been a steady erosion of civil liberties and privacy rights in both the U.S. and Canada.

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reposting from a listserve 22.02.2012 05:56
The Workers Economic Bill of Rights Show; Indubios concert in Eugene March 10 @ WOW Hall
Hi my name is Abin Griffin I am with StonedHam music Prod. Co-op, We are bringing Indubious to Eugene, at the WOW Hall March 10th 8pm-1pm. Tickets go on sale today. We are promoting my Workers Economic Bill of Rights. Facebook event Indubious The Workers Economic Bill of Rights Show. This system is based on Worker Co-operative economics.

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Josh Weber 21.02.2012 16:39
Small Oregon Town Endeavors to Protect its Future
The rural community of Williams in Southern Oregon is striving to prevent an imminent clear-cut on a privately owned 320 acres. This parcel is perched atop a prominent ridge in the Williams Creek watershed, located in the Applegate Valley, and serves as the headwaters for three major contributing streams.

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repost 21.02.2012 12:31
God Only Knows What Devils We Are: An Apologia for the Black Bloc
The past few months have seen a backlash led by professional journalists against diversity of tactics in the Occupy movement. Rebecca Solnit represented our Dear Occupiers pamphlet as "a screed in justification of violence" simply because it endorsed diversity of tactics. Chris Hedges followed up by calling "black bloc anarchists"—an invented category—"The Cancer in Occupy." Both allege that a violent fringe is undermining the movement and must be excluded from it.

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Relay 21.02.2012 10:06
Queer (In)Justice: Police Misconduct Attorney Andrea Ritchie Speaks
On March 13, the National Lawyers' Guild presents attorney Andrea Ritchie, speaking about the book she co-authored, Queer (In)justice: The Criminalization of LGBT People in the United States. The event will be held at In Other Words Community Center at 14 NE Killingsworth Street, from 5:30-6:30 pm.

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Ben Waiting 21.02.2012 08:15
PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENTS Use of Animals for Crowd Control
PROPOSAL FOR POLICE ACCOUNTABILITY CHARTER AMENDMENTS

Wednesday, February 22nd from 6 to 8 PM

Portland Building - Auditorium

1120 SW Fifth Avenue, 2nd Floor

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M K Bhadrakumar 21.02.2012 06:48
US, Iran inching toward talks
The Yes comes before the No. Nonviolence is stronger than violence. The UN was founded in 1945 to outlaw war. Militarism, propaganda and demonizing are false securities where ideological thinking replaces the truth of international interdependence. If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. Iran has not started a war in 300 years.

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Mobile T 21.02.2012 00:51
VIDEO: Update On The Portland Papa Murphys Pizza Workers Protests
A joeanybody.com DocuMini Film Former workers of the Papa Murphys Pizza franchises on NE Fremont street in Portland tell their story in a series of clips wound together from ten different actions spanning nearly three months.

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Roy Batty 20.02.2012 14:24
Tweet This At Your Own Risk
If you're emailing your mom about a freak (and don't spell it phreak, because that's on the list too) ice storm in San Diego that dropped a foot of snow, you'll be on some list somewhere.

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blues 20.02.2012 12:57
Distracting With Class, And Clash, And Confusing The 99%
The article:

Occupied with Class: The Middle Class in the Occupy Movement
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2012/02/413983.shtml?discuss

....gives perhaps the best characterization of what the middle class is about, but I think that after all its extended analysis, it somehow fails to grasp. The 99% vs. the 1% will become the central theme. The occupy tactic will only get us so far, since by definition, if we occupy, they have us surrounded. The General Assembly tactic makes for good showmanship, but those who attend soon discover that the big decisions will never be made at such events.

The entire uprising can only be summarized as the inevitable conflict between the 99% and the 1%. Most importantly, this 99% vs. 1% perspective is very metaphorical. It has its roots in our obscene wealth disparity, but money is not the sole factor that defines the true power elite, which for example, includes military commanders. The metaphorical "1%" is probably more like 0.1%. But that doesn't matter, since we are speaking metaphorically, not statistically. The 1% are the big bosses, the power elite, who hand down commands to the police and the middle class.

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Pacesetters 20.02.2012 11:28
Mr. Nordstrom
Why did you do this? cents on the dollar.

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010101010101 20.02.2012 10:16
FBI SMASH HOME IN NE!
At 6:00am this morning, the FBI waged a military-style raid on NE home on simple searh waarent. They destroyed and confiscated property. Seeking legal help!

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Volkhard Mosler 20.02.2012 04:53
The Error is in the System
The financial crisis mutated into a global economic crisis and a state debt crisis. The financial crisis was not a "bump in the road" or an industrial accident but a systemic and structural crisis that caused $11 trillion of wealth to vanish while millions lost their jobs, homes or pensions. The financial sector expanded as a source of profits and now must contract.

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..@.. 20.02.2012 00:12
call for submissions: arrest stories compilation zine
Tell me your stories of getting arrested! I'm putting together a zine!

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Emanuel McCray 19.02.2012 23:58
Handcuffs for Bank of America and Other Banks?
The bailout of the banks continues to cost taxpayers billions of dollars. The immensely dizzying and tightly-woven interconnections of the banks who acted as both lender and investor on many of their own mortgage transactions are beginning to unravel. Unlike Enron, the current mortgage crisis affects all Americans—rich and poor; and both homeowners and renters. It looks like we may finally be heading towards criminal charges against the largest banks and their Officers and Directors.

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Portland Rising Tide 19.02.2012 20:08
Activists Scale Billboard, Expose Local Coal Threats
Coal Wars: Comin Soon to a port near you... Three activists with Cascade Climate Network and Portland Rising Tide occupied a billboard at the corner of SE 12th and Sandy Blvd. in Portland Sunday afternoon to protest proposals for coal export terminals across the Northwest.

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observer 19.02.2012 17:18
Woman Beater@SE 72nd and Reedway
domestic violence account

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Joe Anybody ((( i ))) 19.02.2012 15:00
Videos: No War On Iran - Portland Oregon Protest on 2.12.12
Police Filming Protesters - Portland Oregon - 2.12.12 Over 350 people (my estimate) gathered in downtown Portland to make a public statement clear to everyone "We want no war on Iran"

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Joseph Anderson, Berkeley, CA 19.02.2012 09:42
"The Activism Entry Point: Critiquing The Cancer in Occupy Debate" — by Joseph Anderson
Longtime Berkeley activist Joseph Anderson weighs in on the ongoing debate around Occupy Oakland on the issue of diversity of tactics and the use of BlackBloc style tactics. He weighs in on the recent debate between Chris Hedges and Occupy Oakland organizer Kristof Lopaur.

The Occupy movement, Anderson says, cannot have both a diversity of people and a "diversity of tactics" at this time - and the movement can't shortcut the process of attaining, and retaining, the first by jumping to the second.

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Phoenix Insurgent 19.02.2012 07:19
Occupied with Class: The Middle Class in the Occupy Movement
This article appears in LBC Books new collection of essays on the Occupy Movement, "Occupy Everything: Anarchists in the Occupy Movement 2009-2011".

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Lloyd Hart 19.02.2012 06:45
Organized Non-violent Civil Disobedience vs. OWS
I'm all for organized non-violent civil disobedience but that is not what Occupy Wall St.

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Stephanie Van Hook 19.02.2012 05:19
How Violence Protects the State [ response to Gelderloos / 'Surgeons' ]
Contrary to what Peter Gelderloos and others have claimed, it is violence and the stasis of a dysfunctional system of oppression that protects the state, not nonviolence.

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staarfox 18.02.2012 20:40
Callout for an eLeCTRONIC BL(A)CK BLOC
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Calling out to anarchist & anti-authoritarian DJs/producers in the Pacific Northwest (US/Canada) ... !


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NoCoalEugene 18.02.2012 16:31
Stop the Coal Train Banner Drop
Today at approximately 1:30 PM, members of No Coal Eugene dropped a banner reading "STOP THE COAL TRAIN" in Eugene, Oregon.

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August West 18.02.2012 15:31
Documentary "A Norml Life" #1 Marijuana Film the World?
PORTLAND, OREGON (February 18, 2012)©\ Rod Pitman; Executive Producer of the most compelling cannabis film in years "Hempsters: Plant the Seed" is at it again. The Portland director has now come full circle in covering both sides of the Cannabis/Marijuana movie film genre.

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Matt Meyer 18.02.2012 12:00
On the Nature of Violence and Nonviolence
Amidst a bombardment of Black Bloc commentary, questions about the militarized nature of tear-gas toting police, and the ever-frustrating all-too-abstract dialogues about the meanings of nonviolence, violence, strategy, tactics, and principles, comes a simple story (and a complicated book) straight out of Occu-politics. First, though, some defining of terms:

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Lloyd Hart 18.02.2012 09:07
Viva The Greek Revolution!
It seems the only way out for the Greek people is open revolt.

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Party of the Laboring Masses (PLM) 18.02.2012 07:19
PLM Statement on increased US military presence in the Philippines
PLM Calls for an Independent Foreign Policy and a Non-Aligned ASEAN

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