Chapter forty four
-‘Have you ever heard of Shari Paba?’-
Hey all you dreamers, schemers and expectant souls out there….
In 2012, people all over the world shook off the dust of ignorance and idleness and began to fight for a future that computes. Freedom fights broke out across the globe: student uprisings in Quebec, Mexico and Chile, Arab Spring 2.0 in Egypt, austerity protests in Spain, Greece and the UK, Pussy Riot in Russia, the tiqqunists in France, the Zapatistas in Mexico, the indignados in Spain, resistance and protests across Japan, China, Tibet, and most recently, #idlenomore across Canada.
The global wake up calls of 2012 could intensify and culminate in a Global Spring … fierce revolts, insurrections, uprisings, regime changes … stunning mind-shifts in all areas of life!
Here are six revolutionary scenarios that could unfold this year: Continue reading ADBUSTERS TACTICAL BRIEFING #40
How to FIRE your boss.. Merri and Dolli outwit their rapist boss and cancel Gloria’s mortgage..
-‘Closing down? But how will I live?’-
Mr. Michael Princk MBA was fairly romping round his almost empty manager’s office.
-‘We’ve done it, we’ve done it Gloria. We’ve achieved our utmost goal! No no! Don’t answer the phone!’- Continue reading Serial of The Free. Ch 23. Rocket Homes.. Away!
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 updates Barcelona: Cop cars burnt, Nazi shop trashed, etc, as Half million march Battlefield Lisbon 14N European strike: Bologna
On November 5, a reported ten thousand anons marched on the UK Parliament. Many government and other websites around the world have been hacked as well as major sites such as Symantec, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe and ZPanel. Below, we post an end of November 5th message from Anonymous.
In the meantime, we present a 90 minute, MUST SEE video that will dispel any myths or preconceptions you may have about hacktivists. The video includes: Continue reading 5N: Sabotage Treason and Hack! Anonymous Film and Demo
In a vicious cycle of sorts, banks and states thus spin down together like two entangled paragliders caught in a mutual embrace of death.
Not excessive government spending but excessive bank lending lies at the root of the eurozone crisis. Here’s why the bankers, not the people, should pay.
We’ve been listening to the same tired old story for almost three years now: if governments don’t cut back on their reckless spending, the euro crisis will escalate and the world will face catastrophe. Collapsing banks, spiraling unemployment, rioting workers — all are said to be the direct result of irresponsible fiscal policies in the lead-up to the worst crisis since the 1930s. And if government is to blame for these ills, austerity is certainly its only cure.
“But hold on,” some hundreds of thousands of protestershave been asking over the past year, “if governments were spending excessive amounts of money, then where did all this money come from? And if we are running out of cash so rapidly that we need to sacrifice social security, education, healthcare and hard-earned pensions in order to keep our heads above the water, then why is there somehow always money left for the bankers when they run into trouble?”
Esta Plataforma además afirma que los policías allí apostados están pidiendo el DNI a todos aquellos ciudadanos que
quieren cerrar su cuenta en Bankia. Preguntándose acto seguido en su cuenta de facebook ¿A quién defiente el estado democrático?.
This Platform further states that police officers stationed there are asking for the ID card to all citizens who want to close their account at Bankia. So who Defends the democratic state?.