The unsettled reality of Post-Carbon Politics will likely upset our current political labels and disrupt our familiar political categories.
One thing about being a Wobbly is that you get used to losing - you know defeat when you
see it, because we see it every day. And having now had time to mull over the unsuccessful
union election at Jimmy Johnâs last month, one thing that can be said for certain is that
Jimmy Johnâs Workers Union is nowhere close to defeat.
In July 1914, the Shanghai Association of Anarchist Communist Comrades published its
statement of principles, concluding with the resolution that, "the implementation of
anarchist communism depends on the strength of our party. If we wish to increase our
party's strength, uniting as a whole body and advancing together is our most important
Question: What would you call an organisation that employs a Finance Director at £70,000
while relying on unpaid labour for the bulk of its operations? ---- Answer: A social
enterprise. ---- This is the new face of charity and the voluntary sector (now more often
‘the third sector’) where the charitable impulse rubs up against cut-throat business
Ten Days of Intensive Training in Central Mexico: Video Production, Investigative & Online Reporting, and Movement Strategies for Journalists
By Al Giordano
President, School of Authentic Journalism
December 12, 2010
- End of consumerism
- Peak oil novel: "Player One: What is to Become of Us"
- Carbon-Neutral Sail-Powered Cargo Ships Scheduled to Return to European Waters in 2012
- Leaked document shows EPA allowed bee-toxic pesticide despite own scientists’ red flags
- Washington TImes reviews Deffeyes book "When Oil Peaked"
- The search for oil
- Energy incentives to sweeten US tax bill?
- Is Coal Here to Stay?
- WikiLeaks Is the New Journalism
- Could Wikileaks change or destroy the Internet as we know it?
- NYT: Keeping Secrets WikiSafe
- Predicting the future of WikiLeaks: Follow the media!
- Pentagon scrambles to prep for 'thermonuclear' Wikileaks release
- Six Anti-Theses on WikiLeaks
- Guardian's country-by-country round-up
Syndicated from Wombles
on Sat, 2010-12-11
from thessaloniki support group, updated 10 December 2010: "The appeal trial of the Thessaloniki 4, including London activist Simon, has been postponed until January 14th 2011.
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<p>Thu, 12/09/2010 - 13:41 from <a href="http://blackagendareport.com" title="http://blackagendareport.com">htt
<p>Webb wasn't at his office, but some good coverage was had. The Richmond IWW including fellow worker Andrew Ragland had good things to leave behind for Webb in this article. Check out the video here:</p>
<p>[ http://www.wtvr.com/videobeta/b2341456-ccfb-406c-b0b8-b847dbe916e1/News/Protest-At-Senator-Webb-s-Richmond-Office ]</p>
<p>Protestors- Webb Holding Everyday Americans 'Hostage' </p>
<p>In September and October, 2010, a group of anarchists from North America traveled to Chile, Wallmapu (the Mapuche territories, occupied by the C...
WAG were proud to be out yesterday and proud to be a part of the best protest in Britain
for years. Last night demonstrators battled the police, smashed up the treasury, attacked
Courts AND had a crack at the royal family. Could you have a better attack on the state?
Every night before he goes to bed, Richard McDonald checks on his two children to make sure they're sound asleep. He goes into their rooms, piles on the blankets, and heads downstairs to turn down the heat. He's hoping he won't ever have to turn it off.