published December 2012
There are good people EVERYWHERE and we must come together in Peace & Love to fight the stagnant system filled with hatred, fear and anger.
Babs Tucker & BrianHaw.tv:
Do yourself a favor and be inspired by action by visiting BrianHaw.tv & learn about the background behind the peaceful, resolute protesters who are part of the Parliament Square Peace Campaign in the UK. The level of faith in truth required to live without tent or cover for a year on the streets is unprecedented. Be inspired by the heart of others to LOVE and be LOVED through our PEACEFUL ACTIONS.
The Parliament Square Peace Campaign has Spent (at time of writing December 2012):
- 4252 days campaigning lawfully since the 2nd June 2001 24/7 in Parliament Square
- 372 days WITHOUT SHELTER stolen 16th January 2012 by the Metropolitan Police
- 27 days on HUNGER STRIKE since 27th December 2012
Inspiration Through Action Links:
British activists censure G4S role in torture of Palestinians
Canadian natives and anti-nuclear activists halt train
‘Lift the Burden’: Tens of thousands march against austerity in Ireland
Protesters disrupt Brennan CIA chief approval hearing: & the disgustingly arogant hypocrisy that is chairwoman Dianne Goldman Berman Feinstein
Standup-America: Our Mission is Simple: Stop the corruption of our government and corporate bureaucrats and restore personal accountability
Flashback: Remembering iconic Flint Sit-Down Strike of 1937
Elderly Greek Pensioners Protest Austerity Cuts
Spain’s Iberia strikers clash with police at Madrid airport
“To get the gold, they will have to kill every one of us”: “The strategy is to unite the Shuar like the fingers of a fist,” Ankuash tells me as I prepare to dive into the icy waters of the lagoon below. “The forest has always given us everything we need, and we are planning to defend it, as our ancestors would, with the strength of the spear. To get the gold, they will have to kill every one of us first.”
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
The Save America Foundation
RoarMag.org: Reflections on a Revolution: ACTIONS
A Day of Action Against Wells Fargo Bank
Occupy Fights Foreclosures Protests in front of Bank of America on Wednesday, February 20.
Drawing Attention to Dolphin Slaughter, Japan, and the 2020 Olympics
Shut It Down, Mr. President
“Red Cross, Where is Haiti’s Money?”
Brave Women: Ex Congress Woman Cynthia McKinney: [Cynthia McKinney] stuck her neck out by saying on TV that all the 535 politicians on Capitol Hill have to sign a pledge of allegiance to Israel. If they don’t sign it, their funds are cut, and the American Israeli Political Action Committee (AIPAC), and the Jewish owed media crush them and they lose office.
School Lunches Documentary & “Yuck: A 4th Grader’s Documentary About School Lunch” Trailer: Yet another reason to homeschool.
The People Take on Fracking Corporation in UK-Wide Actions: In a rapid-fire succession of civil disobedience actions across the United Kingdom, anti-fracking protesters came out in force Monday against drilling company Cuadrilla, shutting down their headquarters, their PR company and their drill site in Balcombe.
Protesters vow to use health and safety to stop badger cull: Jay Tiernan of campaign group Stop the Cull said: ‘We will not have to stand between the guns and the badgers. Health and safety rules mean they will not shoot when people are nearby.’ [The day is here for Kali to bring justice for the animals – for the way humanity tortures, kills and disrespects them. Pick a side. Pick very carefully.]
Demonstrators march in Tel Aviv against plan to uproot Bedouins: Some 1,000 people march through the streets of Tel Aviv Saturday evening in protest of the Prawer-Begin Plan, which will see the demolition of several dozen ‘unrecognized’ Bedouin villages in the Negev and the uprooting of at least 30,000 residents of those villages.
Who’s afraid of a map? Palestine bus ads spark debate in Vancouver:
British protesters slam govt. for developing war machines
Peasant farmers defeat monsanto’s puppet Santos in Colombia: Framers and truckers had staged a massive national protest that focused on the capital city of Bogota Colombia. It started peaceful Aug 19th but soon was plagued with violence. Much of the violence coming from Police infiltrators acting as agent provocateurs. The protest grew to include a wide range of groups that had grievances with the Government. The success marks a major departure in the outcome of efforts by the farmers in the past. The Government has been able withstand previous protests. This protest grew to massive proportions that included civil disobedience tactics like blocking more than 40 roads nationwide, protesting farmers forced the Colombian government to negotiate the rejection of a farm bill and the release of detained protesters.
‘Flush the TPP!’: Protesters Scale Trade Building in Protest of Secretive Deal: Protesters scaled the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative on Monday and dropped banners calling for greater transparency and an end to “corporatocracy” over the ongoing and secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement currently in the works between the United States and several Pacific nations:
One Man’s Clever Idea to Fight Frackers and Save His Organic Farm: Cleghorn describes himself and his late wife, Dr. Lucinda Hart Gonzalez, as environmentally conscious, although they didn’t leave the city to take up farming with the intention of making a huge statement. His wife wanted to be a cheese maker and Cleghorn wanted to farm again after a short experience he had as a young adult. Together they thought that, while they might not be able to change the world, on their 50 acres they could make a positive contribution, farming as true stewards of the land, be part of a vibrant local food system and community, and reduce their carbon footprint. They set out to transition the farm to a local, organic, sustainable farm and hoped it would be a place to inspire and train future generations of farmers.
“FRACK OFF!” Elsipogtog First Nation announces major land reclamation in ongoing anti-fracking struggle: After months of arrests and mounting resistance against shale gas exploration in New Brunswick on Mi’kmaq territory, the anti-fracking movement upped the ante this past week with a fresh blockade and a proclamation of a massive land reclamation, which has forced conservative New Brunswick Premier David Alward to a negotiation table with representatives of the anti-fracking movement.
Romania police clash with anti-fracking protesters:
Eyes of the Nation on Colorado Towns’ Fracking Fight:
They treat us like animals!’ Dozens of US cities unite in protests against police brutality: Dozens of cities across the US have seen a national day of protest against police brutality. Organizers stated that thousands of people were killed in crackdowns over the last couple of decades, and police aren’t held accountable for the violence. Remember when cops looked like this & didn’t murder you for calling for help? Ya, me too:
& HERE is a REAL police officer – HELPING the PEOPLE, OF the PEOPLE: Cop buys groceries for mother who shoplifted food: “I made the decision to buy her some groceries, because arresting her wasn’t going to solve the problem with her children being hungry,” Thomas said. Thomas cited Robles for just a misdemeanor and also asked her to help someone else. Robles didn’t have a car, so Thomas loaded the $100 worth of groceries into the police car and the gave her a ride home. Once Robles’ story went public, a man who heard about it hired her on the spot for a customer service position. [People are Beautiful, never let the reptiles in charge make you think any different. Help each other – we are brothers & sisters for all eternity.]
The Ron Finley Project: Ron Finley is a man who will not sit still and watch a problem take root. Having grown up in the South Los Angeles food desert, Ron is familiar with the area’s lack of fresh produce. He knew what it’s like to drive 45 minutes just to get a fresh tomato. In 2010, he set out to fix the problem. Outside his front door, that is. Ron planted vegetables in the curbside dirt strip next to his home. And quietly, carefully, tenderly started a revolution.
Cannabis Plants Pop up All Over Germany as Form of Protest: In the small, university town of Gottingen, Germany, a handful of autonomously acting ‘Flower Children’ have decided to rogue-plant cannabis seed in the hundreds of thousands as an act of defiance against the ‘demonization’ of a plant that has been proven to treat multiple ailments. To put it in simper terms, citizens are planting cannabis plants randomly throughout the town to really show officials what the people want.
Green groups walk out of UN climate talks: Environment and development groups together with young people, trade unions and social movements walked out of the UN climate talks on Thursday in protest at what they say is the slow speed and lack of ambition of the negotiations in Warsaw. Wearing T-shirts reading “Volverermos” (We will return), around 800 people from organizations including Greenpeace, WWF, Oxfam, 350.org, Friends of the Earth, the Confederation and ActionAid, handed back their registration badges to the UN and left Poland’s national stadium, where the talks are being held:
Anti-Drone Protesters in Pakistan Set Up Checkpoints, Block NATO Trucks
Snowy Standoff in New Brunswick as Anti-Fracking Protesters Fight for ‘Next Seven Generations’: A snowy standoff took place in New Brunswick between Canada’s Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and anti-fracking protesters on Sunday as Elsipogtog community members and their allies continue the fight to protect their land from shale gas exploration:
Artists For TRUTH:
This is What Wi-Fi Looks Like: Wireless internet. This wonderful hidden energy all around all of us that connects us to people and then websites around the world. But what if you could basically see wireless internet? Exactly what would it be like? That is precisely the question artist Nickolay Lamm has wanted to answer. With the help of Astrobiologist M. Browning Vogel, he launched a number of images representing just what wi-fi would look like if it turns out to be visible to the human eye.