Activism

Bombs, Badguys, and the Brink of Peace

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by Charles Eisenstein Why is the American public so unenthusiastic about bombing Syria? Certainly the case for war is weak and hypocritical both in its pretext and […]

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Facebook: Governments demanded info on 38K users, protesters & political activists among them

Facebook: Governments demanded info on 38K users, protesters & political activists among them

Facebook received about 26,000 government requests for information about 38,000 users in the first six months of 2013, with half of the orders coming from […]

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GMOs and the Destruction of Indian Agriculture: Government in Collusion with the Biotech Conglomerates

GMOs and the Destruction of Indian Agriculture: Government in Collusion with the Biotech Conglomerates

By Colin Todhunter Released in late July, the final report of India’s Supreme Court-appointed Technical Expert Committee (TEC) on field trials of genetically modified crops reveals […]

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Non-Compliance: A Spiritual Revolution

Non-Compliance: A Spiritual Revolution

by Chris Bourne, Openhand Contributor People of the world rise up Right now, people around the world are speaking of rebellion against this unjust system that not […]

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Britain’s Surveillance State: The Secret Ops of the “Government Communications Headquarters” (GCHQ)

Britain’s Surveillance State: The Secret Ops of the “Government Communications Headquarters” (GCHQ)

by Colin Todhunter “The innocent have everything to fear, mostly from the guilty, but in the longer term even more from those who say things like […]

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Scottish Councils Abusing Snooping Powers

Scottish Councils Abusing Snooping Powers

by Mick Meaney, Contributor Councils in Scotland have been accused of abusing the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Scotland Act (RIPSA) to secretly monitor and spy on […]

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