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LOCAL News :: Human Rights
An Important Picture From Jones Town Guyana 1979
26 Jul 2007
Yes, those are high power broadcast antennae on that guard tower...
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LOCAL News :: Social Welfare
NATIONAL STRIKE DAY ON 9-11.
26 Jul 2007
FLY THE SKULL AND CROSSBONES ON 9-11.
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News :: International
Elbit Acquires Ferranti Technologies
26 Jul 2007
On July 26/07, Elbit Systems Ltd. announced that it has acquired the entire share capital of the UK company Ferranti Technologies (Group) Limited ("FTL") for £15 million (about $31 Million).
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News :: International
EU prepares for hard-core Chad mission
26 Jul 2007
As the EU sets peacekeeping plans in motion, the size of the force and the rules of its engagement in this hotspot remain key questions.
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News :: International : Media
The Shortwave Report 7/27/07 ¡Listen Globally!
26 Jul 2007
Modified: 08:45:37 PM
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Take back our Country!
26 Jul 2007
Please help to get this message out to as many as possible! Be part of the resistance against tyranny!
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Commentary :: Politics
A Short Introduction to Marx's Das Kapital
26 Jul 2007
Marx’s analysis of capitalism, unlike bourgeois accounts, is conducted from a historical perspective. In other words, Marx was keenly aware that during the march of history, one economic system, because of internal, irreconcilable contradictions, has been replaced by another until it too falls victim to similar contradictions. Of course, when one is born and matures within a single economy and lacks knowledge of any other system, one tends to take one’s own for granted, believing that it will persevere forever. A historical perspective has the advantage of forcing us to rise above the provincial perspective that assumes economic systems are eternal. We survey from above the vast array of systems that have played their fleeting role on history’s stage. For this reason, Marx’s analysis of capitalism is specifically written with the purpose of unveiling its inner contradictions so that the possibility of its demise stands boldly in relief. This runs directly opposed to bourgeois portrayals of capitalism as “natural” and hence as unalterable as the law of gravity itself.
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LOCAL Announcement :: Social Welfare
Restraining Order against Tim Murray.
26 Jul 2007
Modified: 10:33:06 AM
Citizen restraining order onto Lt. Governor Tim Murray, family and personal sraff.
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Review :: Social Welfare
Bush's America versus Hitler's Germany?
26 Jul 2007
...but the American people have no such out or crutch to lean on in their passive enabling of the diasterous Bush dictatorship.
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News :: Human Rights : Race
Morristown Turning into Battle-Cry for Racists Across Northeast
26 Jul 2007
Pearson told the Daily Record, Morristown's newspaper, that he expects 200+ supporters to attend his anti-immigrant rally on the front lawn of City Hall, including members of white power neo-Nazi organizations such as the National Alliance and the white power website, Stormfront. Pearson denies he is a Nazi, but says he has heard about some "less savory" white power groups showing up. He expects anywhere from 200-1000 to attend. "I've been very happily surprised," Pearson told the Daily Record. "It has all been word of mouth and networking."
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