Corporations Have No Use for Borders by Chris Hedges

by Chris Hedges
Featured Writer
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Capitalism Is The Crisis with Chris Hedges, Derrick Jensen (2011; must-see)

with Chris Hedges
Featured Writer
Dandelion Salad
August 10, 2011

ha ha capitalism, you suck

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Paul Jay: Toronto G20: Denying Civil Rights is A Crime

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 on Jul 5, 2011

Paul Jay: Responsibility for G20 “Days of Infamy” mainly RCMP and Federal Gov.

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The Stimulator: Puck Shit up!

Dandelion Salad

This Week:

1. 100 Seditions!
2. Riot in my Town
3. Nuck Block

4. Chilean Urban Eco-Defense
5. For the Lulz
6. Anti-G20 Comrades

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RCMP vs Toronto Police – Who Wanted “Martial Law” Legislation? + Thousands of G20 Detentions Illegal

Dandelion Salad

Updated: June 26, 2011; added another video.

Exclusive G20 Report Coming

 on Jun 24, 2011

Paul Jay on TRNN interview with Ontario Ombudsman and other reports on G20 anniversary

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The Stimulator: Right is Wrong


This Week:

1. Boneheads in Belgrade
2. Squatting is not a crime
3. Brussels Brutality
4. French lessons for Americans
5. No freedom of speech in KKKanada
6. FBI’s new collegiate dictionary
7. The RNC 3
8. Holy! Holy! Holy!
9. Anarchists Against the Wall

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Paul Jay grills Gerry McNeilly about the Police State tactics at the G20


Gerry McNeilly: Complaints about G20 policing shows pattern that requires systemic review

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Chris Hedges: Collapse of American Liberalism + Inverted Totalitarianism

Chris Hedges

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with Chris Hedges
Featured Writer
Dandelion Salad
September 6, 2010

on Sep 5, 2010

Chris Hedges: “When you have bankrupt liberalism you descend into moral nihilism”

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Clayton Ruby: Beware of Coming Police State + G20: Is There A Right To Protest?

G20 Toronto - Police Barricades (June 26)

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TheRealNews | August 21, 2010

Clayton Ruby defends Charlie Veitch, second person charged under Public Works Protection Act.

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The Stimulator: Sugar Water

on Aug 9, 2010


This Week:

1. Butt Pluggers
2. Orwellian Decoder Ring
3. Enbridge’s giant metal cock
4. M.E.N.D. is back
5. Rioting Irish in Belfast
6. Russian forest defense
7. Lolita Lebrón R.I.P.
8. Meet me in the basement
9. G20 arrestee report

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The Stimulator: It takes a village to start a riot


This week:

1. Free the prisoners
2. Oscar Grant Riots
3. US military buildup in Latin America
4. The barefoot bandit is caught
5. Ode to Cha-Cha
6. Arresting video ninjas

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Paul Jay: Was the Prime Minister the hidden hand behind the G20 fiasco in Toronto?

The Real News


JAY: Superintendent McNeil told his hometown paper, The Cape Breton Post, quote, “‘We have the ability through our video feed to see everything that is going on.’ There are even helicopters and planes providing video feed. ‘We can see them from the air, we can see them from the ground, if there’s anyone trying to interfere, we would see that.'” Well, we know the police had infiltrated the black bloc. Now, we know the cameras could see everywhere. So why couldn’t the police defend their own vehicles? Was this part of a plan? Or a lack of available resources, as the police have said? Only a public inquiry can answer this question. Television images of police cars ablaze set the stage for mass arrests.


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TheRealNews | July 07, 2010

Paul Jay: Was the Prime Minister the hidden hand behind the G20 fiasco in Toronto?

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In the Aftermath of the G20: Reflections on Strategy, Tactics and Militancy by Ritch Whyman

Crossposted with permission from

by Ritch Whyman
The Bullet
3 July, 2010

The events at the Saturday G20 demonstration in Toronto last week have provoked a series of responses already. This article is not meant to review the events of the day itself, but to look at the questions raised by the demonstrations and tactics used for the left.

Suffice to say the reaction of the police, in arresting, detaining, and brutalizing nearly 1,000 people in the largest mass arrest in Canadian history, exposes the serious attacks on civil liberties the left faces. Continue reading

Naomi Klein: There has been a very powerful attack on freedom of expression in this country

rabbletv | July 03, 2010

On Tuesday, June 29, Naomi Klein made a surprise appearance at Queers Against Israeli Apartheid (QUAIA)’s Pride in Our Politics Cabaret. Making the links between the police repression of protest over the G20 and the slanderous attacks that groups such as QUAIA have experienced, Klein explained: “There has been a very powerful attack on freedom of expression in this country. A McCarthyite campaign against people who fall outside of the Harper government’s version of what we should be saying or doing.”

The quality of this video is not great – but the audio is worth a listen.

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