Genoa 2001

January 6, 2013

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In July 2001, the 28th G8 summit took place in Genoa, Italy. 200,000 people protested, and the spectacle of the summit was disrupted by heavy rioting. Police militarized the city and attacked protesters indiscriminately, torturing many detainees. A Black Bloc¬†of anarchists from across Europe damaged banks and corporate property, while many other protesters participated using […]

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The Battle in Seattle

January 3, 2013

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This 2007 Stuart Townsend movie with Woodie Harrelson and Charlize Theron, portrays the anarchists as a fringe group in the 1999 Seattle WTO protests that stole the show. They also suggest the police infiltrated the Black Bloc to incite rioting and property damage. It’s no surprise that Hollywood wants to rewrite the story of a […]

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The Oka Crisis

January 3, 2013

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In 1990, Mohawk warriors masked their faces, took up arms, and defended their lands against the Canadian military. From Warrior Publications, “The Oka Crisis of 1990 involved the Mohawk territories of Kanehsatake/Oka & Kahnawake, both located near Montreal, Quebec. The standoff began with an armed police assault on a blockade at Kanehsatake on July 11, […]

The Toronto G20

January 3, 2013

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In Toronto in June 2010, the G20 (a summit of the 20 most powerful governments in the world) met to further organize our exploitation and misery and the destruction of the planet. The city of Toronto was militarized, but people organized to fight back against the G20 and the riot cops protecting them. Organizers agreed […]

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George Soros

January 3, 2013

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George Soros: Billionaire, hedge-fund manager, and financial backer of most of the nonviolent “revolutions” in the last decade, together with the National Democratic Institute–an international arm of the US Democratic Party. Through the Soros Foundation, Soros directs strictly nonviolent, media-friendly revolutions in countries that are hostile to the US. The result? Nonviolent movements in which […]

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The Zapatistas

January 3, 2013

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The Zapatistas, an indigenous army in southern Mexico, rose up on January 1, 1994 to protect their territories and communities¬†from the damaging effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement and capitalism in general. They have fought with guns, with protests, with their words, with solidarity projects, with radio stations, and more. And through nearly […]

Boston Tea Party

January 3, 2013

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Although disguising themselves as Mohawk–perhaps a symbol of resistance and insubmission–was a serious act of indecency, given the colonialists’ role in the genocide against the Mohawk and other indigenous nations of North America, their defiance of the British East India Company and the British government was well founded, and their decision to mask their identities […]