Rail Blockade Disrupts CP Rail’s Olympic Spirit Train
“Six Nations and solidarity activists resist Olympic theft of Indigenous land, ecological destruction, and attacks on the poor”.
Granted, you may only need one reason to not vote for the Harper Neo-Cons, but here is a non-partisan website that lists a full 100 reasons for not supporting a George W. Bush clone as leader of Canada's next majority government. The web site itself, which is well designed and easy-to-use, contains further sub-groupings such as Human Rights, Negligent, Propaganda, Unconstitutional, Unethical and Poor Judgment, among many others, all cross-referenced for easy access.
Dear friends and allies:
We are writing to ask for your financial support to help defend John Graham. As most of you know, John Graham is a political prisoner who is Southern Tutchone from the Yukon Territory. He is currently imprisoned in Rapid City, South Dakota...John's trial date is set for October 2008 and his family and close supporters are planning to travel to South Dakota in order to support John during this time...[I]n this letter, we are making a special financial appeal to support John's family and friends to travel and stay in South Dakota for up to one month during his trial.
Inspired by the mobilizing on the West Coast, organizers across "Canada" have begun awareness-raising efforts. Building on the call from the West Coast for anti-capitalist and anti-colonial resistance to the Olympics, some organizers affiliated with the People's Global Action Bloc (PGA-Bloc) in Ontario and Quebec have begun mobilizing around "Resistance 2010", linking anti-Olympics efforts to organizing against the G8 and SPP, and the day-to-day systems and institutions of power and oppression they represent.
Important and major geopolitical moves indicate big things brewing in a developing Middle East war. Russia has moved forces into South Ossetia and a huge US naval armada is now heading for Iran as the world watches the Olympic Games.
Mohawk Native News Publisher Kahentineta Horn has filed a formal complaint against Canada for a brutal assault at the Canada/US border. Canada has also attempted to serve charges against her presumably for resisting assault. Help and support is urgently required.
The US and Britain can't allow a country in its crosshairs to function on its own. Both Imperialist nations are calling for more sanctions on Zimbabwe. To many Westerners, sanctions are a slap on the wrist but the truth is different. As we saw with Iraq, sanctions are no less than muder without firing bullets...
Whenever a bona fide neoliberal Bush puppet like Stephen Harper sounds off against someone like 'the dictator' Mugabe, something is up. What is up is another destabilization and regime change attempt in progress on behalf of Western capital and Imperialism.
Special to Mostly Water
As internet technologies have developed, corporations have moved towards putting more restrictions on what you can freely download. Partially in reaction, a whole new movement has been created to give people access to high quality video and music. Legally.
Comparable to carbon offsetting (and making just as much sense), Cheat Neutral provides a framework for you to offset unavoidable cheating on your partner.
"Cheatneutral offsets your cheating by funding someone else to be faithful and NOT cheat. This neutralises the pain and unhappy emotion [you cause] and leaves you with a clear conscience."
Headlines from Latin American News/Noticias de Latinoamérica
Look to the Left (LTTL) is a new search facility designed to help you navigate the massive volume of information continuously being published by lefty web sites. It is geared towards helping activists search the web more effectively by eliminating the corporate clutter.
The Indigenous & Migrant solidarity group, No One is Illegal - Vancouver has recently launched a new web site...Here you will find information on the principles, campaigns and other work of NOII-Van, as well as numerous updates...
A new blog with news and information on repression, rebellion, and anarchist and indigenous activities across Canada.
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