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About Egypt…a quiet chat with a Tunisian Jasmine Revolutionary

Nadia is part of the intellectual, artistic creatives and bohemian circles in Tunisia…Some of her friends risked their lives publicly in voicing their message for a Democratic Secular Tunisia during the Jasmine Revolution of 2011. Thank you to Egyptian Streets شوارع مصر who recorded a … journey of what is … 72 hours which changed the lives of every Egyptian and possibly many more Arabic speakers on this planet!

July 4, 2013 · 2 Comments

The “Rape ME!” scandal! Lol. Stupidity is A Voluntary disease where death is the only cure!

Oh booohooo! Lets do another round of the DAILY MAIL song! Please don’t forget to do some “book burning ” on the way and you better start boycotting all songs about RAPE…starting with I don’t know Kurt Cobain’s “RAPE ME!” which is in fact not about RAPE in the lack of consent sense but about the way artists are treated in the world.

February 22, 2012 · 127 Comments

From Feb 2012: Is there a Lawsuit? re: Daniel Ellsberg +Col. Ann Wright v. Police re: Assault@Free Bradley Manning Protest

Earlier this week, U.S. State Department spokesperson P.J. Crowley resigned after describing the confinement of accused WikiLeaks whistleblower, Army Private Bradley Manning, as “ridiculous” and “stupid.” Manning is being held in “maximum security confinement” at the U.S. Marine Corps base in Quantico, Virginia. We speak to Daniel Ellsberg, perhaps this country’s most famous whistleblower and one of Manning’s most public supporters…….

February 13, 2012 · 3 Comments

廣東烏坎村民主起義 (蘋果日報 2011年12月19日) Wukan village Protest for Democracy inside China, Communist Authority Killed Village Elder; another Tienanmen Massacre feared! by 天安門母親 Tiananmen Mothers on Sunday, 18 December 2011 at 22:43

Wukan village news: Leader of the village was tortured to death after protesting against land-grab by local Communist Government authorities. The villagers in outrage, declared their independence and conducted a Democratic election where they elected their own local representatives to demand their fundamental human rights, right to proper rule of law and the return of their village elder’s dead body. It is feared that the situation may esculate into another Tienanmen (64) incident in Southern China. Village has blockaded themselves by digging impromptu ditches & setting up barricades. Please pass this reblog link on as other news sources are censored inside the Great firewall of China!

December 19, 2011 · 8 Comments