Posts Tagged ‘ State Repression ’

Netherlands: Banner and Posters for June 11

Netherlands: Banner and Posters for June 11

from Anarchist News June 11, is the international solidarity day with anarchist prisoners. That’s why, last week, we put posters up in The Hague, the Netherlands and hung a banner today with the text: ‘Freedom for all anarchist prisoners’. The solidarity day with anarchist prisoners arose to draw attention to comrades held in the...
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Public Statement from Happi: June 11th Solidarity With All Eco/Anarchist Prisoners

Public Statement from Happi: June 11th Solidarity With All Eco/Anarchist Prisoners

sent to Earth First! Newswire / from Support Happi Happi June 11th to those in the struggle! This is Happi here and I am so grateful to be free from Morton KKKounty’s corruptive imperialistic grasp! I would like to take this time to not only remember our friends/relatives/homies/comrades but to also take collective action...
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June 11 Statement from Marius!

June 11 Statement from Marius!

from Support Marius Mason Thank you for coming together again to support all the long-term anarchist prisoners. Your support and encouragement are the life breath for anyone trying to keep heart and soul together while spending so many years away from the inspiration and motivation that our committed communities of resistance provide. It seems...
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Canada: Protesters Greet PM at Meeting With Trans Mountain Pipeline’s Indigenous-Led Oversight Committee

Canada: Protesters Greet PM at Meeting With Trans Mountain Pipeline’s Indigenous-Led Oversight Committee

from Warrior Publications Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was greeted by dozens of protesters as he arrived at the Cheam Multiplex in the B.C. Fraser Valley for a meeting about the Trans Mountain pipeline. He arrived in the Stó:lō community of Cheam early Tuesday to meet with members of the Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee. The Indigenous-led...
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UK: Cuadrilla Secures New Injunction Against Fracking Protesters

UK: Cuadrilla Secures New Injunction Against Fracking Protesters

by Rob Evans / The Guardian A major energy firm has secured an expanded injunction against protesters after it took a big step towards starting fracking on a substantial scale. Cuadrilla Resources went to court to obtain the injunction against all campaigners who opposed its drilling operations at its Preston New Road site in...
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Prosecution Drops Charges Against Core of Anti-Trump Protester Defendants

Prosecution Drops Charges Against Core of Anti-Trump Protester Defendants

by Alan Pyke / Think Progress WASHINGTON, DC — JANUARY 20: POLICE OFFICERS WEARING TACTICAL GEAR FORM A BARRIER WITH RIOT SHIELDS TO PREVENT THE MOVEMENT OF PROTESTORS AFTER THE INAUGURATION OF DONALD TRUMP AS THE 45TH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES JANUARY 20, 2017 IN WASHINGTON D.C. (PHOTO BY MARK MAKELA/GETTY IMAGES) WASHINGTON,...
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NoDAPL Water Protector Sentenced to Thirty-Six Months by Federal Judge

NoDAPL Water Protector Sentenced to Thirty-Six Months by Federal Judge

from Unicorn Riot Leoyla Cowboy and Little Feather Bismarck, ND – Micheal “Little Feather” Giron was sentenced by Chief Judge Daniel Hovland to thirty six months for Civil Disorder charges stemming from the October 27th, 2016 defense of the Oceti Sakowin treaty camp during the #NoDAPL movement. The treaty camp, erected in the direct path of the...
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Canada: Liberal Government to Buy Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline for $4.5 Billion

Canada: Liberal Government to Buy Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline for $4.5 Billion

from Red Power Media The Federal Liberal government is spending $4.5 billion to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline from Kinder Morgan. The deal includes all of Kinder Morgan Canada’s core assets. The purchase ensures that the Trans Mountain pipeline, which carries oil from Alberta to the west coast of British Columbia will begin a planned expansion this summer....
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MVP and Federal Marshals Force New Tree-Sitter to Abandon Post

MVP and Federal Marshals Force New Tree-Sitter to Abandon Post

by Little Teel Crossing / It’s Going Down The following report comes from those at Little Teel Crossing, a tree sit that is resisting the destruction of wildness and family farms in the path of the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP). At 8am on May 28th, Mountain Valley Pipeline employees were forced to cease construction...
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West Virginia: Pipeline Worker Injures, Nearly Kills Treesitter

West Virginia: Pipeline Worker Injures, Nearly Kills Treesitter

from It’s Going Down A Mountain Valley Pipeline worker climbs up dangerously close to a tree-sitter’s resistance site, injuring the activist, and endangering both their lives. A report from Jackson Phillips. On the afternoon of May 25, a hired climber for the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) project began clearing branches with a saw perilously near...
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Growing Eco Direct Action & the Need for Movement Media: An Interview With the Earth First! Journal

Growing Eco Direct Action & the Need for Movement Media: An Interview With the Earth First! Journal

from It’s Going Down Subscribe: Android | RSS In this episode of the It’s Going Down podcast, we caught up with two members of the Earth First! Journal collective, to discuss the state of the radical environmental movement, the journal itself, current campaigns which are inspiring them, the need for revolutionary media infrastructure, an update on a lawsuit against them we discussed...
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India: Nine People Killed as Police Open Fire On Pollution Protesters

India: Nine People Killed as Police Open Fire On Pollution Protesters

from The Guardian At least nine people have been killed after police fired at protesters calling for the closure of a copper smelter in southern India. Residents of the port city of Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu state, alongside environmentalists, have been demonstrating against one of India’s biggest copper plants for more than three months, alleging...
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