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Rebels Celebrate Their Massacre Of Over 60 Shiites, Obama decides to Openly Arm Them - by Steven Argue
Cartoon by Paresh Nath (http://www.cagle.com/2013/05/obama-on-syria/)
Posted: Sat Jun 15, 2013 9:03AM
Workers Protesting Garment Factory Collapse Shot By Police - by Steven Argue
[Photo: Striking Bangladeshi garment workers in 2010 who won an 80% increase in the wages for Bangladesh's millions of garment workers.]
Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2013 1:30PM
What's Predictive Policing? - by PrivacySOS
Predictive policing, with roots in business analytics, relies on using advanced technological tools and data analysis to take proactive measures to “pre-empt” crime. Regarded as a refinement of “intelligence-led policing” - which came to the US from the UK where it has led police to focus on research-based approaches rather than responding to service calls - predictive policing appears to take another large step away from community policing and accountability.
Posted: Thu Jun 13, 2013 5:42PM
Despite Brutal Crackdown, Protesters Continue to Hold Gezi Park - by Steven Argue
Photo: Police withdrawing from Gezi Park after trying to force their way in. (Photo credit: Mehdi Chebil)
Posted: Wed Jun 12, 2013 6:33AM
Syria: 15 Year-old Boy Executed by U.S. Backed "Rebels" for Blasphemy - by Steven Argue
[Photo: May 16, 2013, U.S. President Obama, accompanied by Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan at joint news conference where the two leaders discussed their mutual aid to "rebels" in Syria. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak) / AP)]
Posted: Mon Jun 10, 2013 5:53AM
Solidarity with #direngeziparki and the people of Turkey - by Facing Tear Gas Campaign
In Istanbul, there is evidence of tear gas coming from at least two U.S. companies— Defense Technology (Casper, WY) and Nonlethal Technologies (Homer, PA)— and one Brazilian company, Condor Non-Lethal Technologies (Rio de Janeiro).
Posted: Thu Jun 6, 2013 1:13AM
Turkey: Workers Begin General Strike as Protests and Government Repression Continue - by Steven Argue
Photo: Istanbul protest, June 2. [Credit: Communist Party of Turkey (KTP)]
Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2013 3:34AM
Photographic Evidence: Turkish police are hiding the bodies of their dead victims - by Steven Argue
Picture of Abdullah Cömert, 22 murdered by Turkish police in Antakya Armutlu. Police quickly removed his body.
Posted: Mon Jun 3, 2013 6:30PM
Anonymous Operation Turkey - by via Anoymous Global
Anonymous Operation Turkey - Press Release
Posted: Sun Jun 2, 2013 3:07PM
Turkey, Casualties Mount as Corporate Media Blackout Continues - by Steven Argue
[Photo: Brutal Turkish police trying to pound the people into submission. İzmir, Turkey. Photo by Karikateist]
Posted: Sun Jun 2, 2013 7:10AM
Despite Brutal Crackdown, Uprising in Turkey Continues - by Steven Argue
The demonstrations began a few days ago against plans to turn a loved and historic city park into a shopping mall. The struggle is now much bigger than that.
Posted: Sat Jun 1, 2013 5:59AM
U.S. Backed Genocide of Christians, Alawites, and other Minorities in Syria - by Steven Argue
[Photo: Fourth Women’s Battalion formed in Western Kurdistan (Syrian Kurdistan) of the Kurdish Popular Protection Units (YPG), protecting liberated Western Kurdistan from the both Assad and the U.S. backed Genocidal forces of the Free Syria Army.]
Posted: Thu May 30, 2013 12:07PM
Maoists take Revenge on Mass Murdering Gang Rapists in India - by Steven Argue
[Photo: Poet Gaddar addresses pro-Maoist rally. A popular song in India has Gaddar’s words "Stop Rickshaw-walla; I am coming; You work from morning to night, but your stomach cannot be filled; So much blood and sweat, yet you earn hardly anything…" ]
Posted: Tue May 28, 2013 11:37AM
U.S. Backed "Free Syria Army" Commander Openly Promises GENOCIDE - by Steven Argue
Photo: Ghost town of Tawergha, Libya where 30,000 black Africans were "cleansed" by U.S. backed "rebels" after taking power with U.S. military aid and air strikes. [Photo: BBC]
Posted: Fri May 24, 2013 9:50AM
Women, Revolution, and Counter-Revolution in Syria - by Steven Argue
[Photo: female Commander Engizek who leads a combat brigade of the Committees for the Protection of the Kurdish People (YPG) in Syrian Kurdistan. The brigade under her command is 20 percent women. Lebanon Daily Star, 22 April 2013.]
Posted: Sun May 19, 2013 7:01AM
In Remembrance of the Martyrs of Kent State, They Did Not Die in Vain! - by Steven Argue
The martyrs of Kent State and Jackson State didn’t ask to die. Yet, in their sacrifice they helped drive the U.S. imperialists out of Vietnam, ending the slaughter of millions and greatly improving the lives of the Vietnamese people. Likewise, they helped save the lives of American youth from continuing to be sacrificed in a war for corporate profit in Vietnam. The martyrs at Kent State were Jeffrey Miller (age 20), Allison Krause (age 19), William Schroeder (age 19), and Sandra Scheuer (ag...
Posted: Sat May 4, 2013 9:16AM
Obama's FBI Names Assata Shakur Most Wanted "Terrorist" - by Steven Argue
Assata Shakur was forced to flee the United States as a target of U.S. racist oppression, orchestrated by the FBI in the 1960’s and 70’s. At that time the U.S. government liquidated the Black Panther Party through the murders of 39 members, including the police shooting of Fred Hampton in his sleep, and through political frame-ups such as that of Geronimo (Ji Jagga) Pratt who was finally exonerated (i.e. found innocent) after 30 years in prison. Other framed Black Panthers still sit in pr...
Posted: Fri May 3, 2013 1:46PM
On Cesar Chavez's Birthday - by Steven Argue
Photo: Cesar Chavez speaking in front of American flag.
Posted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 7:48AM
Monsanto Protection Act Passes Congress - by John Thielking
Please call President Obama on Friday 3/22/13 to urge him to veto this bill.
Posted: Thu Mar 21, 2013 6:01PM
End U.S. Support for the Death Squad Government of the Philippines! - by Steven Argue
[Photo: General Jovito Palparan, known as the butcher of Mindoro under the U.S. backed capitalist government of the Philippines. Under his military command, in Central Luzon, government assassinations of political opponents of the Filipino government averaged 52 people per month. According to Human Rights Watch, mass murder by the Filipino government continues. In 2012, the Obama Administration tripled U.S. military aid to the Filipino government while also dramatically increasing the numb...
Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2013 6:41PM