Tag Archives: america

7 billion people

you don’t have to be a scientist to understand this graph. human population hovered around one million people until the bubonic plague caused a little dip. then the renaissance came, then steam technology came around the 1700’s and the graph … Continue reading

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remembering revolutions: tiananmen square

beijing, china, 1989… april 1989…half a million students gather to protest against the oppressive nature of the chinese government…based in tiananmen square, beijing, the largest public space in the world…demonstrations to encourage continued economic reform and liberalization…evolved into a mass … Continue reading

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cesar chavez & the UFW

the history of america that you weren’t taught in school begins with a basic fact: the idea of america was designed by the wealthy and has evolved into a country driven by economic exploitation both domestically and on foreign soil. … Continue reading

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november 17th: #OWS day of action

see the light? it symbolizes knowledge,                                                                     … Continue reading

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for updates on the revolution: check the news

what’s next for america? i went to the newspapers and magazines for answers. (to see what people are talking about, not to be told how to think or what to think) what i found when browsing the shelves of the … Continue reading

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obey! conform! do not question authority!

take a look at this clip from the movie called “they live” that came out in 1988. the man finds a pair of sunglasses that exposes the urban environment today as it really is: an onslaught of corporate advertising and … Continue reading

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occupy movement: it’s bigger than the government

we don’t want to elect someone. this isn’t a liberal tea party. this isn’t a burst of interest in the phony game of politics. this is not occupy congress. it’s not occupy the house of representatives or occupy washington. it … Continue reading

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george carlin on the 1% (the big club doesn’t give a f*ck about you)

some people and news reporters are asking what the occupy wall street movement is about. they complain that there are no demands, they ask why people are protesting. that is the softest thing i’ve ever heard. wake the f*ck up … Continue reading

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occupy oakland! general strike

occupy oakland is calling for a city wide general strike for today, november 2, 2011. my love and memory anticipation, energy and support goes to everyone in oakland (especially YOU, stay safe!) you are making history, creating a transformation in … Continue reading

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occupy your life

you are involved in the occupy movement. the question is not “what is the movement” but how actively am i involved in the movement? the movement is not something new. it is a fundamental aspect of human nature: the eternal process … Continue reading

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