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#ClimateJustice: “It is in the nature of capital to sacrifice the people and the planet at the altar of accumulation for accumulation sake”

To perish or to radically transform the way we relate to one another and to nature, that is the question humanity has never had to face until now.

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10 years after police murder on #Alexis: A world without police

The second article of our series 10 years after police murder on Alexis is an essay by Peter Gelderloos from December 2014: A World Without Police. “In the media lens, young students were justifiably protesting in the streets after the police murder of 15-year-old Alexis Grigoropoulos, anarchists were hijacking the event to burn police stations, and immigrants were taking advantage of the situation to loot stores. None of these characterizations are based on fact. Millions of young people and old, Greeks and immigrants, participated in the uprising, in a variety of ways.”

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