A CALL TO THE FUTURE from IN AND AROUND OCCUPIED WHEELER, NOV. 20 2009

  • Posted on: 30 November 2009
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>On Friday, Nov. 20th a brilliant revelation appeared on UC Berkeley campus. Students and workers on this campus held true to their aging chants and actually stood up and fought back. Mocking the days preceding where apathy seemed to reign on campus, when we forced ourselves to mutter “Whose University? Our University,” while shuffling along and doing our duty as concerned citizens, for once, in and around occupied Wheeler we really meant it.

The Economy: Bend Over and Spread Your Cheeks if you Think the Government Will Fix It By Phillip Reynes

  • Posted on: 30 November 2009
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>The recession was long underway when the stock market crashed last September—it had be going on for nine months already as all who follow such things know. Yes September the month when the government nationalized Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac followed shortly by the investment house Merrill Lynch was forcibly merged into Bank America; the next day Lehman Brothers crashed and people like me cheered.

China Jails Environmentalist Wanted in U.S.

  • Posted on: 30 November 2009
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/28/world/asia/28china.html">NY Times</a>

DALI, China — Justin Franchi Solondz, an environmental activist from New Jersey who spent years evading charges of ecoterrorism in the United States by hiding out in China, was sentenced to three years in prison by a local court on Friday on charges of manufacturing drugs in this backpacker haven.

Call Out for Submissions for Fire to the Prisons Issue 8

  • Posted on: 29 November 2009
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>Fire to the Prisons is a quarterly magazine that reports and comments on uprisings, riots, resistance, and repression around the world. The magazine comes from an anti-political* and insurrectionary point of view. The publication is distributed across the world. It is sold by many bookstores and distributions, but also given for free to prisoners and not for profit distributors such the Anarchist Black Cross and others who look to use its purchases as a fundraiser.

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