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News :: Human Rights
Glimpse of Secret Gitmo Panels
23 Nov 2006
Snip: "They relied instead on secret evidence that was classified," Denbeaux says. "And the government's procedure was, anything in that secret evidence was presumed to be valuable and valid. And then the detainee was given the opportunity to rebut the secret evidence. But he was never told what the secret evidence was."
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Review :: War and Militarism
"Vilest of Monsters" tagged to O.J.Simpson - but suprisingly not to Dubya Bush!
23 Nov 2006
Old Saying: "steal (murder) a little and they throw you in prison - steal (murder) a lot ands they hail you as King!"
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LOCAL News :: War and Militarism
Boston Marines Recruiting Center Window Smashed: Capitalism to Follow
23 Nov 2006
Just before 2am on November 23, two windows were smashed at the US Marine Corps Recruiting Center at 25 Bushwell St. in Boston, MA. It was sweet. Fuck the war machine.
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Commentary :: War and Militarism
Kathy Kelly to James Baker: “Tell the Truth about Iraq!”
22 Nov 2006
Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Kathy Kelly, gave a talk at the UMBC campus, on Nov. 20, 2006. She mocked the ex-Secretary of State, James Baker, for saying he wasn’t going to “wring his hands” about past mistakes in Iraq. Baker heads up the so-called “Iraq Study Group.” Kelly roared: “We will wring our hands! One of the ways to stop this next war is to tell the truth about this war. And, it’s not going to be such a pleasant mirror to look into.”
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Commentary :: Labor : Media : Organizing : Politics
WOT: Revolution in news will lead to the overthrow of capitalist rule
22 Nov 2006
The industrial revolution created the modern proletariat.
The revolution in communications will allow this proletariat
to make itself conscious and will lead to the overthrow
of the system of bourgeois rule.

For the first time in history, the majority of suffering humanity
will have access to a clear, accurate and comprehensive
class-based picture of what is wrong with the world
and how to coordinate their actions in order to end bourgeois rule
and usher in a world without hunger, privation or war.

As decade rolls after decade, information war will transform
the terrain of the class struggle -- including world culture,
world politics and the left ecosystem which gives birth to
revolutionary organizations.

These nine theses are the second installment of
"Seventeen Theses on the Destiny of the Revolution
in Communications and the Concept of Workers' Rule".

...brought to you by the Weapon of Transparency channel...
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LOCAL Announcement :: Education : Organizing : Race
Defend Brown v. Board
22 Nov 2006
Defend Brown v. Board: Kozol and Orfield to speak Nov. 4, March on Washington Dec. 4
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News :: Environment
Sign Online Petitions to Protect Canada's Wilderness
22 Nov 2006
Western Canada Wilderness Committee Petition Drive continues
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News :: Human Rights : International : War and Militarism
Cuba Lashed at UN Indolence with Israel
22 Nov 2006
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News :: International
Cuba Claims Justice in Posada Carriles Case
22 Nov 2006
Cuban National Assembly (parliament) President Ricardo Alarcon demanded here on Tuesday that the US government extradite terrorist Luis Posada Carriles to Venezuela or tries him for his crimes
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Interview :: Media : Technology
8 BIT documentary: Interview with Marcin Ramocki + Justin Strawhand
22 Nov 2006
8 BIT is a hybrid documentary examining the influence of video games on contemporary culture. A mélange of a rocumentary, art expose and a culture-critical investigation, 8 BIT ties together seemingly disconnected phenomena like the 80’s demo scene, chiptune music and contemporary artists using machinima and modified games.
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