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The Occupy Finance Book – Chapter 2: “The Bailout: It Didn’t Work, It’s Still Going On, and It’s Making Things Worse”

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Section 1. The Real Life Impact of Financialization on the 99% Chapter 2. The Bailout: It Didn’t Work, It’s Still Going On, and It’s Making Things Worse (a discussion of the purposes, magnitude, and continuing unfolding of the Bailout) Interview with Cathy O’Neil by Oriana P. Roerkraeyer OPR: Hi Cathy. Can you tell us what […]

Is Fascism returning to Europe? A public discussion in NY on March 12th 2014

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“Leading up to the International Day Against Fascism, March 22nd, we would like to invite you to a public discussion. Speakers will share information and open the discussion about the rise of xenophobia and racism in Europe, the militarization of the state and the rise of fascism.” https://www.facebook.com/events/1413891308864062/ What is Fascism? —————- Fourteen Defining Characteristics […]

Syria : Friday Demos

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additional info: http://notgeorgesabra.wordpress.com/2013/10/18/every-friday-new-slogans-of-the-peoples-revolution/ https://www.facebook.com/Syrian.Revolution “ALEPPO IS CALLING: ANSWER THE APPEAL” ——-> Scroll down for additional languages—scroll naar beneden voor meer talen——->Προχωρήστε πιο κάτω για πρόσθετες γλώσσες These protests have taken place in cities and villages across Syria after Friday prayers on every Friday without exception since the revolution began on March 15, 2011. They are […]

The Hashtag and the Bullet

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by Dyab Abou Jahjah Translated from Dutch by O.P.Roerkraeyer In recent weeks almost everyone I know has become a specialist on Ukraine. The whole world was following the revolution on Maidan in Kiev on live TV. The events in Ukraine have been material for passionate discussions especially amongst my Arab friends. Revolution has become a […]

Which Side Are You On?

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by Mickey Z. “There came a time when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” – Anais Nin How much more are we willing to tolerate before we take direct action? What is our personal pain threshold? When will we decide that we are less […]