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June, 2016

  • 9 June

    Fuck It

    Anonymous

    Time to listen to a very important message.

May, 2016

  • 3 May

    Greenpeace leak Hundreds Of Pages from the TTIP Agreement

    Greenpeace leak Hundreds Of Pages from the TTIP Agreement

    Greenpeace has leaked hundreds of pages of the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) which show that negotiations may be in danger of collapsing. According to newly leaked documents, the United States and the European Union are divided on certain agreements to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). After releasing the documents, Greenpeace Netherlands stated: These documents make …

February, 2016

  • 5 February

    Julian Assange should be released and compensated, UN panel says

    A UN panel examining the case of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said on Friday he had been arbitrarily detained by both Sweden and Britain and called on both countries to compensate him. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should be allowed to go free from the Ecuadorian embassy in London and awarded compensation for what amounts to a three-and-a-half-year detention, a UN …

  • 5 February

    TPPA / TPP Trans-Pacific Partnership Protest – Auckland

    TPPA TPP Protest Auckland

    Auckland protest broke out February 4th 2016 when the secret trade deal TPP was signed in New Zealand. The Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement (TPPA).

January, 2016

  • 5 January

    The Truth About The Dairy Industry In 5 Minutes 

    Contrary to popular belief, ignorance is NOT bliss. If you’re still buying conventional milk from large-scale dairy farms, it’s time for a massive dose of reality. This short film explains everything but here’s the basics: Dairy cows are kept almost continually pregnant in order to maximize their production of milk.Calves are separated from their mothers within 12 – 24 hours …

December, 2015

  • 20 December

    How Government, Media, Judges, Courts and Prosecution work together to jail activists all staged for State propaganda – UK

    SECRET documents reveal a State conspiracy to jail innocent men.  The documents sensationally revealed in Parliament yesterday implicate ex Tory prime minister and suspected serial paedophile Sir Edward Heath. In a conspiracy  with  spooks and senior cops who all colluded to secure convictions against the ‘Shrewsbury Pickets’. The government has cited national security concerns as the reason it cannot release classified documents …

  • 11 December

    Anonymous: The Movement Behind the Mask

    There’s community in anonymity. And for activists around the world, the iconic Guy Fawkes mask has become a symbol of that community. “The mask is an identifier of like-minded people,” said one Anonymous activist who participated in last week’s Million Mask March in London against corporate greed and government overreach and a “system that is not representative of the people.”

  • 5 December

    Woman faces 10  years in prison for giving thirsty pigs water

    An activist is to face up to 10 years in prison purely for giving a pig in captivity water. RT News reports: A Canadian animal rights activist has been charged with criminal mischief in a preliminary hearing after she tried to give water to pigs heading to the slaughter house on a hot summer day in June. The animals were …

October, 2015

  • 30 October

    Theresa May wants to see your ‘browsing history’ in snooping bill

    Very soon in the UK your Internet browsing history could be viewable to the Police & other Government Law Operatives. The shelved Communications Data Bill – labelled a “snooper’s charter” by critics – would have required companies to retain phone and email data to include records of browsing activity, social media use and internet gaming, among other things. – Mirror …

  • 27 October

    Ministers accused of trying to sneak through new fracking rules 

    Ministers have been accused of trying to sneak through new rules allowing shale drilling under national parks without a proper parliamentary debate, in a move condemned by Labour and anti-fracking campaigners. The rules, first proposed in July, would permit drilling underneath protected areas, despite a commitment before the election from Amber Rudd, the energy secretary, to have an outright ban …

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