We've tried to warn you. Now it's already too late in forty states. If you're a U.S. citizen, you'd better be quiet, well-behaved and pleasantly conformist. Involuntary outpatient commitment (IOC) is law in 40 states and the District of Columbia. The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI), largely a drug company front group, has pushed hard for IOC in every state and territory - and NAMI is winning.
Thousands of children are being stolen from their parents, shipped to the Ivory Coast and sold as slaves to cocoa farms where nearly 50% of the worlds chocolate production starts. The RadicalThought.org website contains information on over 200 chocolate companies and there response, if any, to this situation.
Plan your own action at an Exxon or Mobil gas station near you or come out to Western Mass Wednesday for the INTERNATIONAL DAY OF ACTION AGAINST EXXONMOBIL
JULY 11TH 2001, 9am-11am at the EXXONMOBIL gas station, Rt.9 near the Amherst/Hadley line.
The group Ojo de Agua Comunicación in Oaxaca City catalyzed international response against threats to people in a remote mountain village. Campesinos in that corner of the Northern Sierra in Oaxaca State are struggling to prevent the destruction of their communal organization, Pueblos Unidos.