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On Friday, 15th of December 2017, 209 people from Sierra Leone in the transit camp in Deggendorf, Germany started a ‘strike of closed doors’. In protest, the children and young people refused to attend the German class as access to other educational institutions is denied. The adults haven’t left the accommodation and denied to work in the 80 cents jobs. On Saturday, 16th of December 2017 they started a hunger strike. The protest involves 44 children and young people, as well as 40 women (among them 12 pregnant women) and 125 men. The starting point of the protest was the violent deportation of a man from Sierra Leone on Friday morning, which was stopped in the last minute at the airport.
Today Arash Hampay is 19 days in hunger strike. Three imprisoned refugees in Moria (Lesvos, Greece), Amir Hampay (brother of Arash), Arash Bahroz and Hussein Kozhin are 20 days in hunger strike now. Statements by hunger striker Arash Hampay.
On May 22, 36 people started a protest against deportations, for equal rights for all and for the permission to work in front of district office in Ebersberg, near to Munich (Germany). One day later the protesters started a dry hunger strike. In Berlin refugees continued their protest in front of the lager at Brienner street.
In Berlin cops evicted refugees who were protesting against the conditions in the refugee camp at Brienner Street 16. The cops confiscated all sleeping bags and tents . People want to stay in the street. Urgent support needed. Please tell to everyone you know.
Three years after the internationally organizedMarch for Freedom, four participants in a peaceful demonstration in the city of Luxembourg have been sentenced to restrictive suspended sentences and high fines. The entire trial appeared extremely arbitrary and did not correspond to fair legal practices.
Times are gone, in which the German state presented itself as a refuge of humanity and of culture of welcome and in which it was comparatively easy to enter the country for refugees (partly also without registration). Nowadays agreements are made with governors like the Turkish president Erdogan, to prevent refugees from coming close to the German borders; to speed up the asylum procedure, more and more states are designated as secure countries of origin, so that people can be deported there without a so called individual case inspection; an annual maximum limit for asylum requests is discussed and incidents like IS attacks or sexual assaults on women are instrumentalised to stir up fear within society and to legitimate a harsh approach against any form of foreigner’s criminality.
Two and a half years after the internationally organized March for Freedom, six activists are going to trial. During the day of action on May 5, 2014 there were thirteen brutal arrests at a demonstration on the Kirchberg in Luxemburg. The demonstration was a protest against a meeting of European Union Ministers of Interior entitled “Fight Against Illegal Immigration”.
On 5th February 2017, most of the adults (about 200, editor Enough is Enough) among the 711 refugees residing in a state-run Camp in the former Athens National Airport (Camp Elliniko II), in the majority coming from Afghanistan, started a hunger strike to protest against their degrading living conditions demanding for their transfer to homes, papers and freedom of movement for all. As reported by one of the refugees, it is very likely that residents of the two other camps in Elliniko (the nearby Olympic baseball and a hockey stadiums) might join in the protest today.
Security culture Bad security culture can be tedious; often we only keep information from each other, not the cops. Actions and solidarity can be delayed from reasons of form rather than purpose; people can be excluded from meetings and social events because they lack social status while confident spycops are left to run things. Paranoia
The deaths of twenty seven people in the Channel this week have provoked grief and rage amongst migrants and migrant solidarity activists across the UK and Europe. There were vigils in Folkestone, Hastings and Brighton. Hundreds turned out at the Home Office in London, with more planned in the coming days. Migrants in Calais staged
On Sunday 28 November at 12 noon, Sheffield food delivery couriers from the Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB) are protesting outside of Sheffield Town Hall to demand that Stuart delivery cancels a planned pay cut of nearly 25%. Having previously been promised a postponement to the cuts in October 2021, couriers are set
As previously covered in Freedom, cleaners at Facebook’s London offices have been organising against intensified workloads, and are now moving to ballot for strike action after one worker and union activist was unfairly dismissed. As the next step in their campaign, they’ve called for a “Cancel Facebook” protest, at 4pm on Friday November 26th, at
Last month, in the city of Drancy in the Parisien banlieu, where 80 years ago Jews were held in camps before being put on trains to faraway work and death camps, potential 2022 French presidential candidate Eric Zemmour (whose Islamophobic bile is claiming more and more space on the airwaves) was involved in a TV
cover:@GraffitiRadical Welcome fellow antifascists! Anarchists in #Olympia made short work of banners from neo-Nazi group, Patriot Front, a re-brand of Vanguard America, which marched in Charlottesville and calls for a fascist, all-white America. Recently the group has attempted to capitalize on the Kyle Rittehouse verdict. pic.twitter.com/taARVHbEWr — It's Going Down (@IGD_News) November 23, 2021 So... […]
Action report on banner drop in so-called Vancouver, BC in solidarity with ongoing struggle on Wet’suwet’en territory. Early yesterday morning a banner was attached to a pedestrian overpass on Trans-(so-called)-Canada highway in xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) territory (“Vancouver”). The banner reads “RCMP GTFO OF WET’SUWET’EN TERRITORY.” The banner was securely anchored to... […]
photo: @Gidimten Following last week’s brutal 2-day raid of Gidimt’en Checkpoint and Coyote Camp, as well as several days of widespread solidarity actions in response, this week we bring you an update on the situation in Wet’suwet’en territory and the continued outpouring of support and solidarity. We also bring you updates on encampment eviction defense... […]
Action in Hamilton in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en shuts down Shell terminal. Originally posted to North-Shore Counter-Info. On Tuesday, November 23rd, around 7 am, about 40+ community members gathered at the gates of the Shell terminal in Hamilton located at 391 Burlington St E, blocking refuelling tankers from entering or leaving the facility. Royal Dutch... […]
Action report on march in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en struggle in so-called Montreal. Originally posted to Montreal Counter-Info. This November 27th, 2021, the Convergence des luttes anticapitalistes (CLAC) called for a demonstration in front of the RCMP offices near the Atwater metro in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people. This call was supported by over twenty Montreal... […]
13161714_1070937076285702_5929566688465159722_o.png This text was written by a group of workers who left the ARK in early 2021 to form a new organisation. In the text we trace the history of the union, focusing on the events in which we were directly involved. In addition to the various workers’ struggles this text includes an analysis on […]
Shoulder-to-shoulder-on-the-picket-line.jpg Education workers with the University and College Union (UCU) are preparing for another battle around pensions, casualization, pay, and discrimination. This article was first published by the Industrial Workers of the World. ...we need to institutionalize worker-student solidarity by building workplace councils and committees that listen, represent, and coordinate all workers regardless of the […]
India header.jpg In the following report, Pranav Jeevan P explores the conflict between the farmers and the far-right government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the character of the movement that the farmers initiated, and the means by which they triumphed. This article was originally published by Crimethinc. The fact that these protests succeeded, thanks to […]
title photo.jpg Action of our comrades in Kiev on the increase of fare in city transport. 19th November, 2021 For several months now, Ukraine has been engulfed in social unrest, which periodically subside before flaring up again. On the other hand, the biggest own action of Kharkov anarchists at this moment stills be anti-police street […]
great.png This article looks at the phenomenon of the Great Resignation and what it means now and for the future. it has led workers to openly question what the fuck it’s all about. Pink Panther/AWSM read more
[Quick translation with the help of DeepL from fr.squat.net]: The extension of the commercial activity zone of Pertuis (84) threatens the neighbouring agricultural land, as well as the local inhabitants who risk expropriation. In order to prevent this harmful project, we decided to live in one of the houses destined to be destroyed, thus launching […]
Baile Hoose was given up today (30/11), long live Baile Hoose! Here’s some updates: 29 November: We will be leaving the former Hamish Allan Centre tomorrow at 2pm. We would love to see you at the gates. If you were able to stay here during COP26 or if you’ve visited afterwards please come and help […]
Wageningen (Netherlands) – A group of students announced today that they have squatted a building in the city center. During the housing crisis, they not only want to live there, but also create a cultural place where people can meet. The building belongs to Zideris, a health organization that has had it empty for 5 […]
On Friday 19 November, an empty house on the Croeselaan was squatted. The squatters announced this during the Utrecht Housing Protest on Sunday 21 November. The squatting of the house is part of the national housing protest that speaks out against the current housing crisis. The squatters demand immediate action and do not want to […]
From the Convergence des luttes anticapitalistes (CLAC) This November 27th, 2021, the Convergence des luttes anticapitalistes (CLAC) called for a demonstration in front of the RCMP offices near the Atwater metro in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people. This call was supported by over twenty Montreal organizations. Thus, despite the cold and the huge police presence, […]
Anonymous submission to North Shore Counter-Info There is nothing left unsaid.RCMP Out.CGL off the Yintah.Defend the Wedzin Kwa. This is an act of genocide. An active genocide.An armed invasion by the colonial state. There is nothing left to say: they do not listen to words.So just do; that is what we have done. One recent […]
Anonymous submission to MTL Counter-info This morning in Tiohtia:ke, a large banner reading “ALL OUT FOR WET’SUWET’EN” was installed on the 720 Westbound. It was insured that the banner be secured with rope and that no road signs be blocked to make sure the highway is safe for drivers. We act in solidarity with the […]
Anonymous submission to MTL Counter-info (January 2019) “Observant individuals can easily identify many such critical bottlenecks across Canada. They share several common characteristics: they are of immediate and significant value to businesses and governments; they concentrate valued resources or essential economic functions; they are located at the intersection of related transportation systems, thus allowing protesters […]
From Seeds of Resistance This guide is an improved version of the practical section of the To Settlers, By Settlers callout that we recently re-published. Thank you to the reader who brought it to our attention. The aim of information here is to disrupt rail flow, not be a catalyst for derailment or accidents, which […]
Throughout this past week, some of your friendly neighbourhood anarchists have been going on a sticker and poster campaign in Hamilton, Ancaster, Toronto, Kitchener, Guelph, and Waterloo. Maybe you've seen some of the "Blackout Black Friday" stickers and posters urging residents to not shop or work on Black Friday for ten days. Read More ...
One recent evening, allies/accomplices went out into the night to pick up where others may have left off in the spring of 2020: targeting rail infrastructure. Using various methods (detailed below for your reference, education and delight!) we disrupted rail all over so-called southern Ontario throughout the night, hitting nearly a dozen different spots on […]
On Tuesday, November 23rd, around 7 am, about 40+ community members gathered at the gates of the Shell terminal in Hamilton located at 391 Burlington St E, blocking refuelling tankers from entering or leaving the facility. Royal Dutch Shell is a key stakeholder in the LNG canada project, which includes an export facility in Kitimat […]
On the afternoon of Sunday November 21, about 100 people blocked the Lasalle Causeway in Kingston in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en land defenders and their supporters, following an RCMP raid on Thursday and multiple arrests. Read More ...
From Mutual Aid Katarowki (Facebook) This Sunday November 14th a convoy will drive from Peterborough through Trenton to Kingston to hold a rally outside city hall. Its organizers present themselves as “freedom fighters”. Some dismiss them as unintelligent or misinformed. Our take is that they are grifters trying to profit off of anti-vaccine/anti-government sentiments and […]
Black Autonomy Podcast is a new podcast discussing anarchism and its relevance to the ongoing Black Liberation Movement. Hosts Lorenzo Komboa Ervin and JoNina Abron-Ervin are veteran organizers, former members of the Black Panther Party and co-founders of the Black Autonomy Federation. Lorenzo is the author of Anarchism and the Black Revolution which he wrote […]
Veteran activist and writer Tom Wetzel enters the wide ranging debate on the left around the “rank and file strategy” orientation to the labor movement. This piece is based on material in his forthcoming book from AK Press, Overcoming Capitalism. By Tom Wetzel Kim Moody’s writings on “the Rank and File Strategy” have gained a broad hearing […]
Statement by Black Rose / Rosa Negra The 2020 presidential election has come and gone. While Donald Trump’s refusal to concede marks a departure from the established norms of U.S. bourgeois democracy, it has not amounted to the coup that many feared it would. Despite the authoritarian rhetoric that brought him to power, Trump never […]
In response to the industrial, capitalist model of food production that has decimated rural lifeways and our mother earth, social movements around the world have identified agroecology as their alternative proposal for rural development. Grounded in peasant and indigenous knowledges, struggles for food sovereignty and agrarian reform, agroecology is understood by social movements as “a […]
The abrupt replacement of president Martin Vizcarra by the president of congress Manuel Merino has ignited a week of protests in multiple cities in Peru, including Lima. Peruvians are outraged at what can best be described as a parliamentary coup, orchestrated by members of congress whose quick resignation only came after two young protesters lost […]
Musikklubben Plan b i Malmö påstår i en disput på Instagram att de har antifa vakter. Vet någon vad de menar med det? Vad är en antifa vakt? Är det frivilligt arbete? Vad innebär det? Hur skiljer sig antifa vakter från vanliga professionella vakter? Kan man vara antifa och vakt...
Note that there might be additional program points added further on. FRIDAY 10th of December: 19.00-21.00: Workshop - RED MIRROR Language: English/Swedish/Any In this workshop/installation we are setting up five different interactive points based on broad themes developed and discussed by us in...
Det har kommit till vår kännedom att det idag (tisdag 16/11) arrangeras ett panelsamtal om “sex workers rights” på Kvinnofolkhögskolan, som en del i Trans Awareness Week.Programpunkten beskrivs ha fokus på “skärningspunkten mellan translighet, migration, BIPOC, kapitalism och sexarbete”. Att transpe...
I detta avsnitt inspelat på ljuvliga studio Cyklopen har vi tagit Svante till hjälp att ta oss an Muammar al-Khadaffi, den gröna boken och revolutionen, lockelsen den hade på sin tids svenska anarkister och Libyens uppgång och senare fall för Clintonklanens och JAS-planens skoningslösa blodtörst. Di...
28/11/21 και μετράμε την 14η γνωστοποιημένη γυναικοκτονία για φέτος. Για εμάς οι νεκρές αδερφές μας δεν αποτελούν απλά έναν απρόσωπο αριθμό μιας λίστας ή μεμονωμένα περιστατικά. Ως άτομα που ζούμε στο πετσί μας καθημερινά την καταπίεση και τη βία της πατριαρχίας, δεν μας εκπλήσσει αυτη η είδηση αλλα μας εξοργίζει ακόμη περισσότερο. Γι αυτό το […]
Το κράτος έχει εκπονήσει κεντρικό σχεδιασμό κατασκευής εργοστασίων σκουπιδιών σε όλες τις περιφέρειες της επικράτειάς του. Η ΕΕ έχει διαθέσει τα σχετικά κονδύλια. Η Περιφέρεια Αττικής έχει σχεδιάσει και εγκρίνει 2 τέτοια εργοστάσια, ένα στην Φυλή (δυναμικότητας 550 τόνων ημερησίως) και ένα στο Σχιστό Κερατσινίου (δυναμικότητας 180 τόνων ημερησίως), τα οποία θα περιλαμβάνουν και μονάδες […]
[Γερμανία] Επίθεση στους Γκρίζους Λύκους στη Φρανκφούρτη από Indymedia De Επιτεθήκαμε στο ATF (Almanya Türk Federasyon) ως μέρος του τουρκικού φασισμού σε γερμανικό έδαφος. Η δράση μας στρέφεται ξεκάθαρα κατά του τουρκικού καθεστώτος και της φασιστικής οργάνωσης, καθόλου κατά των Τούρκων που ζουν στη Γερμανία.
Angry Workers of the World (AWW) are a small communist collective based in London, influenced by Italian workerism and a wider array of socialist groups, like the original Solidarity (not to be confused with the Trotskyist Australian Solidarity), the women’s group Feminist Fightback and the German group Wildcat. For the past decade or so, AWW’s […]
The university frequently plays an important role in the political imaginary of our times. For many conservative – and some liberal – commentators, the university is seen as a means of leftist indoctrination, a place where ‘wokeness’ rules and alternative right wing views are shouted down. Meanwhile many leftists view the modern academy as a […]
Agustín Guillamóns latest translated work “Insurrection: The Bloody Events of May 1937 in Barcelona” is a brilliant political history of the Stalinist and collaborationist-anarchist counter-revolution in Spain, and the last gasp of the proletarian rank-and-file resistance to it. Originally published in Spanish in 2017, AK Press published the English translation in 2020. Insurrection is actually […]
Michael Heinrich’s introduction to Capital offhandedly deals with a point popular among leftist academics: “The difference between services and physical objects consists of a distinction of the material content; the question as to whether they are commodities pertains to their social form, and that depends upon whether objects and services are exchanged. And with that, […]
Response to “Organising the unemployed and the role of the lumpen-proletariat”, by Sam Murray (Bulletin #4) By Daniel Rashid Sam Murray’s article in Bulletin #4 does a good job of presenting Jean-Cristophe Angaut’s case on the lumpenproletariat, and giving ideas on how it can relate to struggles within Australia. However, it does have some flaws […]
Inflation is the average rate of change of individual money prices. In this narrow sense, Milton Friedman’s claim that inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon is correct. But underlying the average rate of inflation, individual prices change at different rates. And in … Inflation is always and everywhere a redistributional phenomenon
My title is obviously a playful rejoinder to the notion of “destitution,” which forms the guiding thread of the most directly political aspects of Giorgio Agamben’s thought. Beyond the texts devoted to destitution in his published works, it also forms … Restitution
“To begin with, I would like to take up some of the points I tried to define a few days ago in Turin in attempt to understand the transformation that is taking place before our eyes. I think the first … Collective needs and individual freedoms “How To Balance?”
Trillion-dollar government spending programs have far exceeded the outlays following the 2008 financial crisis in Western countries, and go hand in hand with the gigantic government bond-buying programs and quantitative easing policies of central banks, which in turn flood the … On the situation in the financial markets
… Weltlos bzw. unfrei – das heißt: zum erfahrungslosen Nichtstun verdammt – ist der Mensch Anders zufolge daher auch in seinen modernen, durchratio-nalisierten Arbeitswelten, in denen echte menschliche Tätigkeit vis-à-vis immer kompetenterer Maschinen bzw. Technologien zu bloßem „Mit-Funktionieren“ herabsinkt, der … Von Menschen, Flundern und letzten Dingen. Günther Anders‘ negative Menschenkunde der Moderne
from Philly ABC The National Native Day of Mourning (so-called Thanksgiving) marks the invasion, theft of land, and genocide committed against the Indigenous Native People by European colonialists and later by their Amerikan descendants. UFF Ohio 7 comrades, Kazi Toure and Jaan Laaman, will be conducting a 24 hour fast on Nov. 25th and ask…
From Viscera This month we’ll be watching Adam Curtis’s three part documentary, The Trap: What Happened to Our Dream of Freedom? from (dusts off label) 2007! Curtis examines positive versus negative freedom with examples ranging from the Austrian school of economics to R.D. Laing and anti-psychiatry to neoliberalism and the occupation of Iraq. If you’ve…
from It’s Going Down [This post only contains information relevant to Philadelphia and the surrounding area, to read the entire article follow the above link.] Welcome to the tenth installment of In Contempt, your monthly one-stop shop for state repression news, political prisoners birthdays and updates, and information about how to support those being targeted…
from Truthout Russell “Maroon” Shoatz, the Black liberationist long respected as a political prisoner and freedom fighter by friends and supporters, was granted a medical transfer on Monday to leave a Pennsylvania prison for treatment and hospice after five decades of imprisonment. A former member of the Black Panther Party and a soldier in the…
from Philly ABC Dan Baker is a social justice activist and former army vet. He went AWOL instead of fighting in Iraq, and then took his training to help defend Rojava with the International Freedom Battalion and was featured on VICE. Dan was also active during the George Floyd rebellion and took part in CHAZ…
Author: Sonia Muñoz LlortTitle: Towards the right to our vulnerable humanness, the hidden struggle to anarcha-feminism in the 21st. centurySubtitle: Disability justice as anarcha-feministic strategyDate: 30.07.2018Notes: Thanks to Chris Ealham for comments and corrections. As a psychopedagogist and as a white European slightly visually impaired non-binary person, I have often thought how much of our […]
Author: Larry GamboneTitle: Proudhon and AnarchismSubtitle: Proudhon’s Libertarian Thought and the Anarchist MovementDate: 1996Notes: Published by Red Lion Press, 1996Source: Retrieved 11/30/2021 from https://archive.org/details/anarchy_is_order_2004_gambone_proudhon INTRODUCTION It took me twenty years to get around to reading the works of Pierre Joseph Proudhon. Bakunin, Kropotkin, Malatesta and Goldman were all familiar to me, so why was I […]
Author: Janet BiehlTitle: From Movement to Parliamentary PartySubtitle: Notes on Several European Green MovementsDate: 1993Notes: This article is a revised synthesis of “Western European Greens: Movement or Parliamentary Party?” Green Perspectives 19 (Feb. 1990); “Farewell to the German Greens,” Green Perspectives 23 (Jun. 1991); and “U.K. Greens Face the Future,” Regeneration 4 (Fall 1992). Thanks […]
Author: Larry GamboneTitle: Sane AnarchyDate: 1995Notes: Published by Red Lion Press, 1995Source: Retrieved 11/30/2021 from https://archive.org/details/lantern-library_20200604_1726/ IT’S A FACT. NOBODY LIKES THE STATE The polls and surveys show it. The majority of the population have no faith in government. They dispise bureaucracy and stifling regulations. They want decentralization of political power and more say in […]
Author: Anna MercuryTitle: Who you gonna follow?Subtitle: an anarchist take on social mediaDate: July 11, 2019Source: Retrieved on November 30, 2021 from https://medium.com/swlh/who-you-gonna-follow-c459e086753e I remember the first time people started calling me cool. It was in 2016, I was living on a narrowboat in London, partying too much, and suddenly all these people I was […]
Este número de “Ya no hay vuelta atrás”, sintetiza algunas ideas y perspectivas que hemos elaborado colectivamente en base a nuestras propias discusiones, como las desarrolladas con otr@s compañer@s, tanto de manera informal, como formal. Tal y como lo indica … Continue reading →
Las siguientes líneas son unas breves reflexiones a propósito de lo acontecido este sábado 25 de octubre en Iquique, acontecimientos que dan cuenta de una nueva fase en la crisis migratoria local, que a su vez forma parte de la … Continue reading →
A casi medio siglo del Golpe Militar: no olvidamos ni perdonamos NO OLVIDAMOS la lucha de nuestra clase por recuperar su vida, tomando fábricas y campos, debatiendo acerca de nuevas formas de existencia sin explotación. NO OLVIDAMOS el enorme … Continue reading →
Compartimos para su descarga y difusión este panfleto agitativo elaborado en el marco de estas semanas en las que diferentes agrupaciones e individualidades anticapitalistas han convocado a la movilización y agitación por la defensa de la vida, la tierra y … Continue reading →
Presentación Millones de proletari@s sobreviven como pueden alrededor del mundo, en un contexto de degradación cada vez más catastrófica del entorno natural, cuestión que salta a la vista incluso en los medios masivos de comunicación. Sin embargo, para comprender … Continue reading →
We are currently still low on the printing cost for this journal, please consider to donate, we still need about 150 USD for 500 copies. We have managed to sell 700 copies from the previous edition. Paypal: email@example.com or just email … Continue reading →
-September 10 in Maipú Encapuchadxs [hooded ones] erected barricades and displayed a banner in memory of Claudia López in the vicinity of the Las Parcelas de Maipú metro station on the eve of a new September 11 commemoration. -September 11th … Continue reading →
[09.10.20 RÄUMUNSGVERSUCH DER LIEBIG34 – DON’T TOUCH LIEBIG34!!!!!] Don’t touch Liebig 34! Eviction date on 09 October 2020 Today, on September 15, we received mail from the bailiff T. Knop. They threatened to evict Liebig34 on Friday, October 9 at … Continue reading →
[Prisiones chilenas] Palabras del compañero Juan Aliste Vega ante la partida de Pedro Villarroel See also: In Memory of Pedro Villarroel We’re love at war. These words for our mothers and fathers go with a touch of football, with tango … Continue reading →
[Prisiones chilenas] Dibujo de la compañera anarquista Mónica Caballero The prison and I are old acquaintances, on more than one occasion I have sat at their table, over the years we have changed and we have both learned from each … Continue reading →
On the preventive seizure of Malacoda and Round Robin in the context of Operation Sibilla (#Italy) - Read more: https://enoughisenough14.org/2021/11/30/on-the-preventive-seizure-of-malacoda-noblogs-org-and-roundrobin-info-in-the-context-of-operation-sibilla-italy/ #repression #censorship #antireport
Ending Climate Change "Has to Come From Mass Popular Action," Not Politicians - An Interview With Noam Chomsky - Read more: https://enoughisenough14.org/2021/11/29/ending-climate-change-has-to-come-from-mass-popular-action-not-politicians-an-interview-with-noam-chomsky/ #ClimateCrisis #ClimateAction #NoamChomsky #antireport