Thousands of Greeks vented frustration at their economic lot on Thursday as they marched in Athens to mark the anniversary of the bloody 1973 student uprising that helped topple the then-military junta.
Source: Thousands march to mark 1973 student revolt, protest against austerity | News | ekathimerini.com
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Got down late and they had already started marching but I caught up with them on Saint Antoine as they were turning up Saint Alexandre.
Going to quote from the organizer’s Facebook page as I go along.
“Join us in a peaceful protest in solidarity with water defenders and frontline communities at Standing Rock, . . . → Read More: PostArctica: Stand With Standing Rock – Montreal
An Alberta man was recently slapped with a $543 ticket by the RCMP for decorating the back of his car with a protest sign that boldly declared: “Fuck Harper.”
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They have a HEAVE STEVE banner and are planning to meet under the City of Duncan sign just south of Duncan at 5 pm on Thursday, July 2nd. Everyone is invited.
If you could
As an American expat unfamiliar with the pop-cultural aspect of Canadian politics, a lot of the jokes in Laureen: Queen of the Tundra went over my head. However, it is to the performers’ credit that this did not distract from their commentary about the fluidity of gender and culture, against the rigidity of modern politics.
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Britain to launch national day of action against austerity.
Filed under: Austerity Tagged: Austerity, Capitalism, Protest, UK
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Every Thursday night at 7, Casseroles in front of the church. Small but fun crowd tonight, hope to see you there soon!!
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Weather was better, nice group of people, and the hilarious comedian, Fred Dube!
Quebecers protesting austerity continues every Thursday night at 7.
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Let’s say you live in an apartment building, and the only way to buy groceries was to order them and have them delivered to your apartment.
Everyone is told “To place your order, simply call this toll free number, state your name, address, and what you want to purchase.” The cost of the groceries is . . . → Read More: Politics, Re-Spun: An Analogy For Understanding Violent Protest In Baltimore
A small group of hearty folks showed up tonight despite the cold and threat of rain. Every Thursday night at 7 until further notice. Quebecers protesting austerity.
General event facebook page.
Verdun facebook page.
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Testifying before the House of Commons public safety committee on Monday, OpenMedia’s Steve Anderson said Harper’s anti-terror Bill C-51 is dangerous, reckless and ineffective.
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The BC Civil Liberties Association says the recent RCMP arrests on Burnaby Mountain, and the civil contempt charges laid, “could be found illegitimate.”
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Hundreds of activists are expected at the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa this evening for a vigil for slain African American teenager Michael Brown.
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On Saturday, October 4, 2014, thousands of people around the world are expected to protest the burgeoning use of drones for surveillance and extrajudicial killings.
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Today, The Canadian Progressive joins millions of websites, digital rights organizations and Internet freedom fighters demanding stronger “net neutrality” protections.
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Spain prepares for an autumn of discontent by buying €1bn of riot gear | World news | The Guardian.
The Spanish government is readying itself for an autumn of discontent, spending nearly €1bn on riot gear for police units as disparate protest groups prepare a string of demonstrations.
Since June, the interior ministry has tendered . . . → Read More: Parchment in the Fire: Spain prepares for an autumn of discontent by buying €1bn of riot gear | World news | The Guardian
I was taken aback by a post from Geoff Kennedy at Parchment in the Fire entitled, “EU Advisors Advocate use of Military Against Strikes and Protests | Global Research.”
The thrust of this report is that military forces should be employed to defend the interests of the extremely wealthy from unrest among the masses. The key . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Could Harper Deploy Troops Against Canadians?
by: Obert Madondo Follow @Obiemad | Published Sun. Aug 10, 2014
Protesters occupying Enbridge’s Line 9 pipeline construction site in Ontario on Aug 4, 2014. (Photo: Dam Line 9/Tumblr)
Five of the peaceful Dam Line 9 Blockade activists who had been occupying an Enbridge Line 9 pipeline construction site in southwestern Ontario for almost . . . → Read More: The Canadian Progressive: Five Peaceful Anti-Enbridge Line 9 Activists Arrested
On Tuesday, peaceful “Dam Line 9” activists occupying an Enbridge Line 9 pipeline construction site in southwestern Ontario defied a police deadline to leave.
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On Tuesday, a group of twenty mothers and families occupied NDP MP Don Davies’ office in Vancouver in support of Palestine.
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In Ontario, peaceful activists have stopped construction work on an Enbridge Line 9 pipeline site, arguing that Line 9 posed “a danger to people, animals, land, and water.”
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In Ottawa on Tuesday, July 22, hundreds of pro-Palestine protesters denounced Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s uncompromising support of Israel and its ongoing war crimes in Gaza.
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NDP MP Don Davies has told a downtown Ottawa protest that the Harper Conservatives’ ongoing negotiations on the TPP are unnecessarily secretive.
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40 journalists write to CBC President and CEO Hubert Lacroix and Executive Vice-President Heather Conway to protest plans to nuke the CBC documentary team.
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