Category: Repression

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Badri Raina: Hear Hear Hear

Hear the voice of the populace Who past, present, future weave; Do not wish away the past, Or the present and future unbelieve. When the soul is wounded quick, The brain goes up in crimson flame; Guns dwindle to unfeared toys, And pebbles take on an inspired name. Sit you down with those you say Read more…

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Radha Surya: India’s Heart of Darkness Exposed by the Crackdown in Kashmir

There is no escaping the implications of the horrors with which innocent, mostly unarmed civilians of India-held Kashmir have been bombarded ever since the present crisis erupted

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Stephen Zunes: Is anti-Zionism inherently anti-Semitic?

As the U.S. movement in support of Palestinian rights gains momentum, it has come under increasing attack by supporters of Israel’s right-wing government and defenders of its occupation and colonization of occupied territory. For example, governors, state legislatures, and members of Congress of both major parties have referred to efforts to use such tactics as Read more…

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Cornel West: Justice and Accountability are Necessary to End Tension over Killings by Police

Interview on the killing of the three police officers in Baton Rouge and the recent nationwide protests against police brutality

Kris Hermes: Battling Convention

Inside the police’s playbook for repressing protests at national conventions

Abdullah Al-Arian: Three years after the coup, lessons still unlearned from Egypt’s tragedy

The calamity of Egypt continues to unfold daily

Sarah Harrison: Wikileaks: Interview with Investigations Editor Sarah Harrison

Interview on the case of Julian Assange, the findings of the UN working group on arbitrary detention, national security, international law and how one can support whistleblowers

Nika Knight: ‘Combustible’ GOP Convention: Riot Police Swarm Cleveland as FBI Tells Protesters Not to Show

Cleveland opens up extra space in jails, courts, and shuts down local university to house thousands of riot police and military weaponry as FBI and Homeland Security warn of “radical activists”

Margaret Kimberley: Why We Need Black Anger

The system is designed to potentially treat every black person the way it treated Sterling and Castille

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Chris Hedges: Legalized Murder and the Politics of Terror

If we do not revolt, the savagery, including legalized murder, that is the daily reality for poor people of color will become our reality

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