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News :: International : Media
The Shortwave Report 4/20/07 ¡Listen Globally!
19 Apr 2007
Modified: 07:47:47 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. Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.
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Commentary :: International
Ecuadorian masses deliver blow against the oligarchy and imperialism
19 Apr 2007
On Sunday, April 15, the masses of workers and peasants of Ecuador delivered a blow against the oligarchy and imperialism by voting massively in favour of calling a Constituent Assembly. The final results announced by the Supreme Electoral Tribunal were 5,350,000 votes for the Constituent Assembly (81,72%), and barely 824,000 against (12,43%).

The scale of the victory surprised all commentators. In only three of the country's 22 provinces did the Yes vote score below 80%. Even in the province of Guayas, where the country's second largest city Guayaquil is located and a traditional stronghold of the country's oligarchy, the vote was 75% in favour and 18% against. The Yes vote reached 87% in the provinces of Azuay, el Oro, Imbabura, Loja, and 85% in Carchi, Pichincha, Tungurahua and Zamora Chinchipe.
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News :: Politics
Bush, Democrats meet on war funding as violence
19 Apr 2007
US President George W. Bush and Democratic congressional leaders staged a meeting in the White House Wednesday to discuss pending legislation that would provide more than $100 billion to continue and escalate the four-year-old US war and occupation in Iraq.

The gathering took place against the backdrop of a bloody eruption of violence in Iraq. A series of mass killings in and around Baghdad made a mockery of Washington’s claims that the “surge” of additional US troops into the Iraqi capital that began nine weeks ago is creating greater peace and security.

According to the Associated Press, 233 people were killed Wednesday throughout Iraq, making it the second deadliest day since the news agency began keeping a tally of the dead two years ago. Iraqi police said that 191 people were killed in Baghdad alone. The Sadriyah marketplace in the center of Baghdad, a predominantly Shia area, was the scene of the most horrific of the bombings, which claimed 140 live, while wounding 150 others, making it the deadliest such attack since the US invasion of March 2003. Angry crowds at the scene denounced the Iraqi government and the US occupation as those responsible for the carnage.
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News :: Media
Virginia Gunman's Video Shocks Campus
19 Apr 2007
Package Arrives at NBC After Bloody Rampage
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Announcement :: Environment : Human Rights : War and Militarism
5th Annual Liberation Conference: Agriculture, Imperialism and War 4/28/07 Syracuse, NY
18 Apr 2007
A brief writeup on the upcoming 5th Annual Animal Liberation Conference Series: Agriculture, Imperialism and War, held by Syracuse Animal Rights Organization, in Syracuse, NY on April 28th 2007.
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Commentary :: Media
New US Postal Rates Undermine Small Publications
18 Apr 2007
US Postal Service duplicity to subvert First Amendment freedom
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Commentary :: Media : Politics : War and Militarism
Helen Thomas Compares Bush’s White House to Watergate
18 Apr 2007
White House reporter, Helen Thomas, gave a talk at McDaniel College, in Westminister, MD, on April 12, 2007. She labeled President George W. Bush Jr. as a very “isolated” individual, and said today’s White House reminded her of “Watergate,” with the “circling the wagons” and “siege” mentality, She denounced the Iraqi War as “illegal, immoral and unconscionable, “and asked: “Why do Americans tolerate such a dumbing down of our country?”
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News :: Globalization
Protests at IMF/World Bank Spring Meetings – a Prelude to October
17 Apr 2007
From April 13-15, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank met in Washington DC. Once again, the Mobilization for Global Justice (MGJ) and allied groups organized protests to highlight the profound injustice that these institutions visit upon the world. This time, however, the April protests wren merely a prelude to bigger, more exciting things happening in the fall.
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Review :: Media
CNN revelling in the bonanza of Virginia Tech!
17 Apr 2007
CNN never showed any of the monstrous devestation from Fallujah but of course they weren't Americans!
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LOCAL Announcement :: International
4/28: Iran: Neoliberalism, Social Movements and the Threat of War
17 Apr 2007
Come to hear a talk and discussion on the contemporary grassroots struggles, the political situation in Iran, and its relationship to the current international capitalist crisis.
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