To Big Oil Chevron, Exxon, Mobil, Shell, Soon you’ll burn in hottest hell, All the oil that you desire Coating you to fuel the fire. “We the People” fast asleep Through the Crime of the Century. Wrecked our planet, slimed our seas Stole our sweet Democracy Occidental, AMOCO Thought the People didn’t know – Wouldn’t believe that it was true… We do, we do, we do, we do!! Cheating, bribing, [...]
In the police version of events, Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Sandy protestor Michael Premo charged the police like a linebacker, taking out a lieutenant and resisting arrest so forcefully that he fractured an officer’s bone. That’s the story prosecutors told in Premo’s trial, and it’s the general story his arresting officer testified to under oath as well. But Premo, facing felony charges of assaulting an officer, maintained his innocence. [...]
For More Information Contact: Shake Anderson 510-478-2316 [email protected] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oakland, CA Dec. 12, 2012 National Historic West Oakland Landmark, the Marcus Garvey building/ Liberty Hall, Taken over by Florida Hedge Fund The Marcus Garvey building, also known as Liberty Hall is an A-1+ rated, National Historic Landmark that has fallen victim to the mortgage crisis and has been taken from the community through a foreclosure bulk sale purchase [...]
Egyptian Americans from all over the Bay Area gathered in San Francisco on 8 December 2012 to protest the dictatorship of Mohamed Morsi Isa El-Ayyat and the Muslim Brotherhood. Egyptians want justice and democracy and NOT an Islamic republic.
Throw out everything you think you know about revolution. This is reality, not theory. “How do you get enough people in the street to reach the tipping point where everyone with enough anti-regime sentiment will feel safe enough to demonstrate? How do you communicate effectively within the movement, and tell the movement’s side of the story to the outside world? And how do you sustain pressure on the regime despite [...]
What do the Regents have planned for the future of the University of California? They say they’re struggling to give you the best education money can buy. But the evidence of conflicted interests says otherwise. On 15 November 2012, Occupy the Regents picketed the regents meeting, demanding that they stop recklessly spending money and balancing the budget on the backs of students, faculty and staff.
Is Wells Fargo finally doing the right thing? Well, maybe they just needed a little help. On 17 November 2012, Occupy, Space Transformers and ACCE decided to help Wells Fargo Bank become a better corporate citizen by going to their home mortgage office on Market Street and setting up a homeless shelter and giving away free, nutritious food! Brought to you by Occupy Bernal, ACCE-SF, Occupy Direct Action Workgroup, Occupy [...]
What do the Regents have planned for the future of the University of California? They say they’re struggling to give you the best education money can buy. But the evidence of conflicted interests says otherwise.
Topic: How the Nuclear Industry Gets Away With Irradiating and Annihilating Us All Radiation from the planetary catastrophe at Fukushima: Is it in our shoes, our clothes, our hair? Is it in our food, our water, our air? Will it make us sick? Kill us? How long will it take? Can we get out? Is anywhere safe? Why did our governments not consider any of this when nuclear reactors were [...]
Erick Vidal Martinez is the second openly gay person to run for Congress in Honduras. What happened to the first? He was murdered. More than 70 LGBT activists have been murdered in targeted killings since the 2009 coup against democratically elected president Manual Zelaya. Erick is a human rights trainer who helped found the Diversity Movement in Resistance. He is running as a candidate with the LIBRE Party, an electoral [...]