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Commentary :: Environment : Globalization : Human Rights : International : Politics : Race : Technology
Workers World EDITORIAL: Beware the nukes!
19 Feb 2005
The duplicity of Washington's position on nuclear weapons was recently underscored by a report that, a decade and a half after the end of the Cold War, the U.S. still deploys approximately 480 nuclear warheads in Europe.
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News :: Politics
Gannongate threatens to expose a huge GOP pedophile and male prostitution ring
19 Feb 2005
Folks, This is the issue that we can CRUCIFY the Bushites with.


Get ahold of your local editors and stick these stories up their you know whats until this issue makes the mainstream.
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Commentary :: International : Politics : Social Welfare
God's Message To The World Today
19 Feb 2005
commentary on current affairs, with some suggested solutions.
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News :: International
former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri 'Hama Rules'
19 Feb 2005
NY TIMES :About two weeks ago, a friend of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri stopped by my office to update me on Lebanon and pass on a message from Mr. Hariri, whom I have known since reporting from Beirut in the late 1970's. The message was that the Lebanese opposition to the Syrian occupation was getting united - inspired both by the example of Iraq and by the growing excesses of the Syrian occupation. Mr. Hariri, his friend said, was planning to use the coming Lebanese parliamentary elections, and a hoped-for victory by the opposition front, to send a real message to the Syrians: It's time for you to go.
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News :: Organizing
DC Counter-Inauguration Events Overview - Great Video
18 Feb 2005
This article is from the Wash. DC IMC posted by Snowshoefilms.com:

The Mainstream media left out the thousands who protested the re-inauguration of GWBush on Jan20. Pulling in audio and imagery from folks who were there we re-present what happened in DC on January 20. Thanks to all who attended and contributed!
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Papercut Zine Library now has a mailing list!
18 Feb 2005
We finally got ourselves together and got the mailing list going for Boston's soon to be official zine library...
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Announcement :: Education
When Bush Comes to Shove
18 Feb 2005
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LOCAL Announcement :: Organizing
Malcolm X... A Tribute
18 Feb 2005
40 years ago, February 21, 1965, Malcolm X was assassinated at the Audubon Ballroom in New York City. The late actor and activist Ossie Davis eulogized Malcolm X six days later, February 27, 1965 at the Faith Temple Church of God. Ossie Davis asked the question, “Did you ever really listen to him?”
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News :: International
The SHORTWAVE REPORT 2/18/05 ¡LISTEN GLOBALLY!
18 Feb 2005
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. Free to rebroadcast. Netherlands, China, Spain, Russia, and Cuba.
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National Public Mobilization in Ecuador: “We’re Living a Dictocracy”
18 Feb 2005
Despite the heavy rain, as many as 210,000 people walked yesterday the streets of Quito, its capital, to protest ongoing allegations of abuse of power from its current democratically elected president, General Lucio Gutierrez. As many as 150,000 people marched down the streets and converged blocks from the presidential palace, calling the current government “dictatorial”.
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