Chile Cancels COP 25 Climate Summit Amidst Huge Popular Uprising Against Neoliberal Policies

Chile Cancels COP 25 Climate Summit Amidst Huge Popular Uprising Against Neoliberal Policies Caption: The passing of the Forest Ordinance 701 (Decreto Ley 701) in 1974, during the reign of General Augusto Pinochet, subsidized the expansion of tree plantations, giving away the National Forestry Corporation. This initiated the quick expansion of… Read More Global Justice Ecology Project Global Justice Ecology Project (GJEP) explores and exposes the intertwined root causes of social injustice, ecological destruction, and economic domination.

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Anonymous: Hong Kong Defies Face Covering Ban with Joker, Winnie The Pooh and Guy Fawkes Masks To Protest Chinese Mafia And Police

Anonymous: Hong Kong Defies Face Covering Ban with Joker, Winnie The Pooh and Guy Fawkes Masks To Protest Chinese Mafia And Police By Aaron Kesel Hong Kong citizens denying tyranny against their own government and the Chinese government are striking back against a ban on covering their faces. Defying the law, protesters wore Joker, Winne The Pooh and Guy Fawkes masks while holding hands in human chains to send a message. In early October, one of the leaders of the Hong Kong resistance, Jimmy Sham, was assaulted by an organized…

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Cash Runs Dry at ATMs as Protests Escalate in Chile

Cash Runs Dry at ATMs as Protests Escalate in Chile By Jamie Redman There’s a lot of unrest in Chile right now as the country has seen massive protests against government manipulation and an escalation of financial problems. Local reports detail a few banking establishments have been burned after customers started having issues withdrawing cash from ATMs. Issues with the bank machines that don’t work coupled with rising inflation, pension cuts, and austerity measures have invoked Chileans to rise up and take to the streets in protest against their government.…

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All Hell Has Broken Loose In Chile: VIDEOS

All Hell Has Broken Loose In Chile: VIDEOS By Dagny Taggart The S has hit the F in Chile. Citizens are protesting economic inequalities in the country. The protests began after the government raised metro prices, which appears to have been the final straw for the people. It sure looks like martial law has been imposed there, in response to civil unrest. This is a developing story. The reasons for the protests are complicated – we are looking into it and will have the details soon, but for now – take…

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Military Police Deployed As 500,000 Catalan Independence Protesters Shut Down Barcelona

Military Police Deployed As 500,000 Catalan Independence Protesters Shut Down Barcelona By Tyler Durden Central Barcelona has reportedly been paralyzed as mass protests which international reports estimate to number over a half-million people are driven by outrage at harsh prison sentences for pro-independence leaders handed down by the top Spanish court. Protest leaders are vowing “the streets will be ours” as they push for Catalan independence, and as riot police have begun clashing with stone-throwing activists, who are also in some places of the city setting makeshift roadblocks ablaze. With night fall, reporters on the…

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Australia For Assange! Total Blackout In The States!

Australia For Assange! Total Blackout In The States! By Jason Bermas Nothing was said about Assange in the most recent sham debates.  And nothing was said about how a coalition of prominent Australian politicians want Assange to be extradited to Australia where he is an actual citizen instead of being shipped off to another nation to carry out “justice” (death penalty). Jason Bermas covers the latest details making news in Australia, but is nowhere to be found in U.S. major media.  Support Jason Bermas https://www.gofundme.com/f/bermasbrig… Visit Action4Assange and Unity4J…

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India Partially Lifts Communications Blackout in Kashmir, Internet Still Down

India Partially Lifts Communications Blackout in Kashmir, Internet Still Down By Rezwan Indian authorities have partially lifted access to communication networks in Kashmir. Access to the internet, however, remains cut off. On August 5, Srinagar, the main city in Jammu and Kashmir, went under complete lockdown as the government of India revoked Article 370 of the Indian constitution that provided special autonomy status since 1950 to the disputed state of Jammu and Kashmir. Access to mobile, landline, and internet networks were suspended and roadblocks were put on the streets and…

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Economic Hitmen and Neoliberalism — The Truth About What’s Happening in Ecuador

Economic Hitmen and Neoliberalism — The Truth About What’s Happening in Ecuador By Dylan Charles The South American nation of Ecuador has been in the throes of a bloody populist revolution for nearly two weeks now. On October 3rd, 2019, President Lenín Moreno announced the enactment of Decree 883 which effectively ended decades of government fuel subsidies, causing the price of gasoline and diesel to jump sharply overnight. In a televised speech on Oct. 3, Moreno announced executive order 883 which “liberates the price of diesel and extra gasoline,” justifying…

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Zimbabwe Government Continues to Weaponize Information Online to Control Citizen Engagement

Zimbabwe Government Continues to Weaponize Information Online to Control Citizen Engagement By Kudzai Chimhangwa In the early morning of November 15, 2017, Zimbabweans woke up to the news that former strongman, the late Robert Mugabe, had been deposed in a coup d’etat, and was under house arrest with his family at the presidential residence, State House. Major General Sibusiso Moyo, now foreign affairs minister, announced on state television that the president was safe under state custody and that “the situation has moved to another level.” Almost immediately following General Moyo’s…

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Egyptian Protests: A US-Fueled “Arab Spring” Reboot?

Egyptian Protests: A US-Fueled “Arab Spring” Reboot? By Tony Cartalucci When the West’s leading media organizations attempt to convince audiences they know nothing about where Mohammed Aly – a Spanish-based Egyptian protest leader – came from, the first thing one can be sure of is they are being lied to. Protests have begun to spread again in Egypt after nearly a decade of frustration in Washington over its inability to coerce Cairo into serving its regional and global designs. Protesters have allegedly been stirred up by economic turmoil still plaguing Egypt;…

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