The Stimulator: Keep Your Rent!

Keep Your Rent

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sub.Media on Mar 28, 2020

This April 1st, millions of people won’t be able to afford their rent. But together we can get through this. Reach out to your neighbours. Build defense groups. Identify local pressure points. Talk tactics. Be creative. Prepare to stop evictions. On April 1st, keep your rent. And tell your neighbours to keep theirs too.

Comrades around the world have now dubbed this video into several other languages. So far, there are Brazilian Portuguese, German, Spanish, and Catalan versions.  If you want to dub the video into another language, get in touch.

See also:

Keep Your Rent

From the archives:

Sick and Sadistic: World Fights COVID-19 Amid U.S. Sanctions, by Finian Cunningham

How Communist Cuba is on the World’s Frontlines Against Coronavirus

Chris Hedges: The Priorities Are To Bail Out Large Corporations + Hedges on Coronavirus, Climate and What Next?

Jack Rasmus: The Bailout For Workers Needs To Be As Big As The Bailout For Banks + Richard Wolff: Fate of the Global Economy

Chris Hedges and Lee Camp, et al: Money Alone Cannot Overcome Coronavirus Crisis

The 2020 Coronavirus Economic Crash and The Crisis of Capitalism by Rainer Shea + Richard Wolff: This Is Like Nothing Ever Experienced

6 thoughts on “The Stimulator: Keep Your Rent!

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  6. Go for it folks.
    It’s called Mutual Aid.
    It’s Anarchy (rules WITHOUT rulers) in action.
    Thank you Peter Kropotkin.

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