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An Anarchist, but I'll vote "for" Nader -- with my eyes open
26 Sep 2000
On Sep 17, 2000 David Barsamian of Alternative Radio posted on the Global Indymedia website, http://www.indymedia.org, his interview of Sep 10 with Ralph Nader. I posted two comments following the interview, the first on Sep 20, titled, 'An anarchist, but I'll vote "for"Nader', and the second on Sep 25, titled 'Vote the Nader/LaDuke ticket with open eyes'. I am posting the comments independently on this site because I think they may be of general interest.
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Never Mind The Ballots!
25 Sep 2000
"To be GOVERNED is to be kept in sight, inspected, spied upon, directed,law-driven, numbered, enrolled, indoctrinated, preached at, controlled, estimated, valued, censured, commanded, by creatures who have neither the right, nor the wisdom, nor the virtue to do so..."
-- Pierre-Joseph Proudhon
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Oct. 2nd RALLY To Free UMass-Boston
25 Sep 2000
UMass-Boston is being shut down at the behest of the Secret Service on both October 2nd and 3rd because of "security concerns" around the Oct. 3rd Presidential Debate. Boston's Task Force to Expand the Debate is calling a protest rally at the UMass system's downtown office on Oct. 2nd at 12 noon, 1 Beacon St., Boston, MA. Read on for more info. . .
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Venezuelan Yanomami reported killed by US-based anthropological research project
24 Sep 2000
The American Anthropological Association, scheduled to meet in San Francisco this November, is facing an unprecedented scandal from impending revelation of chilling research by anthropologists and associated scientific researchers (notably geneticists and medical experimenters) among the Yanomami of Venezuela over the past thirty-five years, causing "hundreds, perhaps thousands" of Yanomami deaths.
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Satellite backhauls from 1992 shed light on Presidential Debates
24 Sep 2000
Spin is a documentary by Brian Springer focusing on the events of 1992. The perspective of a satellite backhaul provides insight into a different world in which journalists, politicians and celebrities each put a spin on the news they are generating, and the consequences from such actions. Includes interesting footage of both democrats and republicans which is quite relevant to the debates today.
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Satellite backhauls from 1992 shed light on Presidential Debates
24 Sep 2000
Spin is a documentary by Brian Springer focusing on the events of 1992. The perspective of a satellite backhaul provides insight into a different world in which journalists, politicians and celebrities each put a spin on the news they are generating, and the consequences from such actions. Includes interesting footage of both democrats and republicans which is quite relevant to the debates today.
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Venezuelan Yanomami reported killed by US-based anthropological research project
21 Sep 2000
The American Anthropological Association, scheduled to meet in San Francisco this November, is facing an unprecedented scandal from impending revelation of chilling research by anthropologists and associated scientific researchers (notably geneticists and medical experimenters) among the Yanomami of Venezuela over the past thirty-five years, causing "hundreds, perhaps thousands" of Yanomami deaths.
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Venezuelan Yanomami reported killed by US-based anthropological research project
21 Sep 2000
The American Anthropological Association, scheduled to meet in San Francisco this November, is facing an unprecedented scandal from impending revelation of chilling research by anthropologists and associated scientific researchers (notably geneticists and medical experimenters) among the Yanomami of Venezuela over the past thirty-five years, causing "hundreds, perhaps thousands" of Yanomami deaths.
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International Car Free Day, Boston, September 21, 2000
21 Sep 2000
International Car Free Day in Boston was an unprecedented success. Between 200 and 300 bicyclists converged from Bikes Not Bombs in Roxbury and Broadway Bicycle School in Cambridge at the crossing of Boylston Street with the bike path in Brookline. Crossing over the median again and again, bicyclists took back the highway from the polluting, inefficient, noisy, and community-destroying effects of car traffic. See link for photos.
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Shays' Rebellion Rides Again!
21 Sep 2000
Look out Beantown! The rabble is rousing! Those disgruntled commoners from Central and Western Mass are on the march once again and this time THEY'RE NOT HAPPY (about the lack of democracy in the so-called presidential debates, that is).
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