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Originally posted by AotearoaSon
...or is this a case of playing with mirrors and smoke and never giving a straight answer?
You say you want a revolution
Well, you know
We all want to change the world
You tell me that it's evolution
We'd all love to see the plan
Originally posted by SkepticOverlord
this "thing" is not an ATS game
Organizers, led by the black human rights defenders of the December 12th Movement, dared to expand the definition of terrorism to include systemic police violence in black and Latino communities throughout the United States.
December 12th Movement chairperson and veteran political activist Viola Plummer led the charge. “Comrades, we are at war! We must be vigilant, this is very serious. We have to take our struggle for self determination to another level. The New York City Police Department has made an assessment of our protests of their murder and brutality. They see that they can murder us at will and expect some protest that will subside after a short period of time. They just wait us out and continue business as usual, over and over again. Today we will begin to change that. We have had to change our initial plan of action due to the stormy weather and turn out, but be prepared for action. Pay close attention to the brothers and sisters on security and follow instructions.”
“I commend the December 12th Movement for their political insight and bold unrelenting courage to organize mass resistance protest to police terrorism on September 11. It is time dispel the myth of 911 and deal with the reality we face on the ground daily in this city. I am proud to be here and stand in unity against police terrorism here and around the country,” declared Larry Holmes of the International Action Center.
He continued “more and more of our people are being put in – not jails but concentration camps. We have to call it what it is. They are concentration camps. I am honored to be with you all today. You all are the warriors of the people. When you are fighting there is a certain amount of freedom in that. Most people are too scared to even say they are scared. We have to show them how to stand up and fight. We must do our work! Power to the people!”
The next militant street action will be held on Black Solidarity Day, Monday, November 5, 2007. For more information call (718) 398-1766.
Event Date: 11/05/2007
6:00pm - 8:00pm
The New York Academy of Sciences Environmental Sciences Section and Green Science and Sustainability Program and Green Science and Sustainability Program, the Sallan Foundation and the New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund will host an address by a senior member of Governor Spitzer's team about his strategic approach to the environmental, energy and climate challenges facing New York. The address will be a major opportunity for the public to learn about the Governor's plans. As well, it will provide the chance to join the discussion about comprehensive workable solutions that will call for informed, in-depth information sharing among elected officials, policy planners, scientists and the public.
Originally posted by keymaster
I've gotta be right this time. How about it?
Originally posted by Redge777
But the intrigue is interesting. Your going to have to keep this suspense up for a month though, that is going to be hard.
you clearly don't know SO. He can keep it up for a long, long time.