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gk 02.09.2005 21:33
PPRC Circles Fed Building Sidewalk
Federal building security told PPRC we couldn't stand on the sidewalk in front of the building, saying it's federal property

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maureen haver 02.09.2005 18:03
Katrina open letter to radical/progressive community
Ashamed at How This Country Is 02.09.2005 17:46
Transcript of Ray Nagin's Interview
"There is nothing happening. And they're feeding the public a line of bull and they're spinning, and people are dying down here."
- Ray Nagin, Mayor of New Orleans, Sept.2, 2005

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Dave Lindorff 02.09.2005 17:10
The Real Looters are Wearing Pinstripes
Forget the isolated looters. The real villains of the New Orleans tragedy are the oil executives who have chosen this opportunity to gouge us all and put the nation's economy at risk in order to rake in the bucks while the getting's good.

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autonomous liberation collective 02.09.2005 16:38
Demystifying perpetual war at home--grey areas of peace/war hype
We are people conditioned into cattle-like herds, set to smash into each other for interests that are not truly ours. Formalized individuals, who have largely subordinated their individuality to dark age institutional designs and ideas, do the herding, while orders from on high are followed like any platoon of soldiers. The pattern continues unabated. How deeply your commitment to peace is, proves crucial for truly ending war--in the heart!

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Rod Pitman 02.09.2005 10:36
KATRINA / IRAQ PARALLELS LAST WAKE-UP CALL
Refugees? Try victims. Register these people to vote now!

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By John Peterson 02.09.2005 08:56
The New Orleans Disaster: The Real Face of “Capitalism of the 21st Century”
Nearly 100 years ago, V.I. Lenin explained that under capitalism, life for the vast majority of humanity is "horror without end". Misery, degradation, squalor, hunger, lack of clean water, electricity, and housing - let alone access to jobs, health care, and education - is the wretched fate of literally billions of people on this planet. Until recently for most Americans, this grim reality existed only in places "far, far away, about which we know very little" - and in the American inner cities where the media's cameras never shine.

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uabuab 02.09.2005 02:58
Stop The Tsunamai BULL SHIT!!!
stop the tsunamai bull shit!!!

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James W. 01.09.2005 23:15
Stopped from Leaving New Orleans on Bridge by Men with Shotguns
Trapped in New Orleans

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k.anderberg 01.09.2005 22:13
American Genocide in New Orleans
I was seriously hoping that I would not have to write this article. But it has been too long now, and I have to say something. Regardless of whether the deaths en masse of poor black folks in New Orleans is due to neglect or maliciousness, the end result is constructively a genocide on poor blacks in America, right now, in 2005. The lack of aid to New Orleans at this late hour (7 pm, Sept. 1) is not explicable. I have only one explanation that I can muster up. And that explanation is classism and racism.

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artful dodger 01.09.2005 20:04
"What do I do now, Dick?"
August 31, 2005 Why is Bush always in the air, looking down, when people are suffering on the ground?

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lurker 01.09.2005 19:28
"response" to NOLA Hurricane - can you imagine a NYC Nuke?
ok,

if this is how FEMA / Homeland Security / whatever is supposed to "prepare" for or "effectively respond" to a ****natural**** disaster -

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T. Static 01.09.2005 19:19
Notes on Looting and Looters: Some Perspectives
Notes on Looting and Looters: Some Perspectives

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Harry Looter 01.09.2005 16:58
In Praise of Looting
In the midst of all of this pain and misery, the media and the authorities have decided that the central story now is the looting and "lawlessness" that are taking place around the city.

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Guy Debord Junior 01.09.2005 16:27
Floods response could cause riots across US
The total abandonment of these people may not be registering too much with the average indymedia liberal, but it is not going to be escaping the attention of American workers, especially black workers.

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James W. 01.09.2005 15:54
IMPEACH BUSH ON INCOMPETENCE!
impeach bush

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cascadian 01.09.2005 14:51
9/11 & Katrina
This is threshold that we can use to revivalize and renew the culture of resistance and alternatives.

Good morning!

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nobody 01.09.2005 14:01
Hurricane Katrina, Crony Capitalism, and Community Breakdown
Some observations are made about the relevance of US crony capitalism and the breakdown of community and social solidarity in hypercapitalist postmodern America, and the recent devastation sparked by Hurricane Katrina on the Louisiana and Gulf coasts.

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Skippy 01.09.2005 12:08
Where is the national call to conserve fuel??
Real fuel conservation is needed to avoid shortages affecting rescue efforts!

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J. Croft 01.09.2005 12:03
KATRINA: THE WORST IS COMING UNLESS WE ACT NOW!
... Or have a natural disaster fester into civil conflict and race wars!

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William Hughes 01.09.2005 09:55
Christopher Hitchens Panders to War Parties!
The Jail Birds Christopher Hitchens, the scourge of the late Mother Teresa of Calcutta, is at it again! The ex-Lefty has written a rant defending the indefensible - the Iraqi War! His main point: Saddam Hussein was a thug, so therefore the Iraqi war was justified. The Straussian Neocon, however, got it wrong! Under International Law, regime change isn't a legal cause for a war. This is why Bush and his poodle, Blair, had to "fix" the intelligence around the policy.

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Dave Lindorff 01.09.2005 09:34
Baghdad on the Big Muddy
There seems to be an MO for how this White House handles urban crises: let the place descend into chaos and anarchy and only then go in. Could there be method to this madness?

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Rebecca 01.09.2005 08:11
Craigslist offers space to help Katrina survivors
Craigslist is being used by people all over the US to offer help to refugees of Hurricane Katrina. Maybe you can offer help too. Check it out!

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Manuel Valenzuela 01.09.2005 07:32
Hurricanes and this Thing Called Humanity
(Great article from when the tsunami hit but quite relevant today. Just replace the word hurricane for tsunami)

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creeper 31.08.2005 21:17
1,700 feet above New Orleans
The view Bush had if he really did look.

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Steven Black 31.08.2005 18:54
Well Fed Media Pigs Call It "Looting"
Eat shit, Bill!

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reminisces 31.08.2005 10:55
New Orleans
Stories from times spent in and around New Orleans with a science twist.

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Dave Lindorff 31.08.2005 10:24
The Real Disaster: Bush and the Democrats
If Bush hadn't sent everyone off to war and blown the budget on the military, there'd have been stronger dykes in New Orleans and more troops and equipment to help with the rescue effort.

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Lloyd Hart 31.08.2005 10:08
The Great Lie Meets Katrina Revised.
The great lie that is the war on terrorism has just taken a very serious blow. A category 5 hurricane named Katrina.

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BilBo 31.08.2005 09:41
Cars in Amsterdam
How cars are used in Amsterdam How cars are used in Amsterdam

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William Hughes 31.08.2005 05:55
Katrina and the Neocons' Iraqi War: Wake-up Calls?
Time to Restore the Republic! Hurricane "Katrina" hit the central Gulf Coast on Aug. 29, 2005, causing devastation. When the Army Corps of Engineers had asked for additional funding to protect the New Orleans region from flooding, the Bush-Cheney Gang said, "No!" Meanwhile, the Neocon-inspired Iraqi War continues to waste hundreds of billions of dollars of our nation's resources. Isn't it time for the American people to wake-up and take action to restore the Republic?

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LaSalle 31.08.2005 03:18
Katrina: Irony, Coincidence & Things to Come
Some observations about the disastrous storm.

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GRINGO STARS 30.08.2005 22:28
corporate news: after hurricane, white people "find" things, while non-white people "loot"
supposedly, white people Not like more evidence is needed as to how racist, sexist, classist, and sexualist the corporate media is, but these AP, Reuters, and AFP photos attribute "looting" flooded grocery stores to non-white people, while white people miraculously "find" whole lots of cool stuff at flooded grocery stores. Go figure.

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Lloyd Hart 30.08.2005 20:54
The Great Lie Meets Katrina.
The great lie that is the war on terrorism has just taken a very serious blow. A category 5 hurricane named Katrina.

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David B. 30.08.2005 18:35
The "Looting" in New Orleans: Not Insane in the Least
Some comments on recent events in New Orleans from an anarchist perspective.

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News hound 30.08.2005 16:56
Hey! Guess what people in Venezuela are paying for gas!
I heard on the radio last night where the people of Venezuela are buying gas at $.12 per gallon.

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a nony mouse 30.08.2005 15:04
New Orleans: The Rich Flee As the Poor Die
Those left behind fend for themselves

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Babylon 30.08.2005 12:51
Finally some good news in New Orleans!
Fuck the GAP! Fuck the fat-ass tourists! Finally some of that $$ going to local people who can use it.

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Justin Akers 29.08.2005 22:45
GI resistance today - A victory!
"I BELIEVE the government has just successfully proved that any seaman recruit has reasonable cause to believe that the wars in Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, and Iraq were illegal." This statement, which could easily be mistaken for an indymedia editorial, sprang from the lips of Lt. Commander Robert Klant, the military judge presiding over the recent court-martial of GI resister Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Pablo Paredes.

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John Hays 29.08.2005 20:20
Should a person sign his or her real name to a feature or a comment?
This feature is a musing about the wisdom of signing one's real name to a feature or a comment.

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SD 29.08.2005 18:15
Anarchism 101
One author's introduction to the philosophy of anarchism.

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anarchie bunker 29.08.2005 17:06
Daddy, why did we have to attack Iraq?
Daddy, why did we have to attack Iraq?

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Manuel Valenzuela 29.08.2005 12:20
Gods of War, Gods of Greed and Profiteers of Misery
the military industrial complex and the warmongering machine

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empire slayer 29.08.2005 10:56
we are the OCTOPUS
question everything the neocon "war party" has had its fifteen minutes of fame on the world stage and is rapidly imploding as the pendulum begins to swing back. the full harsh reality of the war party's disastrous imperialist policies are now coming into full view. their policies are the shark, and we who believe another world is possible are the octopus...

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Movimiento Libertario Cubano 29.08.2005 10:46
Reflexiones en torno a la VI Declaración de la Selva Lacandona y la nueva izquierda de A.L
* El Movimiento Libertario Cubano (MLC) presenta a consideración y debate colectivo sus reflexiones en torno al pronunciamiento hecho público en julio de 2005 por el EZLN, en el estado de Chiapas, México.

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Cuban Libertarian Movement 29.08.2005 10:43
Reflections on the VI Declaration of the Lacandona Jungle and the new Latin American left
* The Cuban Libertarian Movement (CLM; in Spanish: Movimiento Libertario Cubano - MLC) presents for collective debate its reflections on the declarations made by the EZLN (the Zapatista rebels) in July 2005 in the state of Chiapas, Mexico.

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populist 29.08.2005 10:16
Nothing to report from Iraq's front, America
Here is a president who purposefully, if blindly, took his nation to war, brandishing with equal mastery ignorance and incompetence

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Nadia 29.08.2005 03:41
Stop forcing division on us Iraqis
Stop forcing division on us Iraqis

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anon 29.08.2005 01:00
"Oil Storm": Remember FX Network's "Docu-Drama" on Oil in June 2005?
It was a fake documentary about an oil crisis in late 2005-2006. Essentially, several factors led to a worldwide spike in oil prices, leaving gasoline at up to $8.00 per gallon and Oil at $200 per barrel.

The story goes like this:

Fall 2005: a category 1 hurricane hits the oil refineries of Louisiana, crippling America's refinery capacity. Gas hits $4.00 per gallon...

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theresa mitchell 28.08.2005 23:27
Global Warming Hurricane Cam
prob'ly won't work long...

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lk 28.08.2005 22:46
Katrina will screw Venezuela.
Oil is now over $70 per barrel and rising. So how does this screw Venezuela?

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Terraphim 28.08.2005 19:55
Fossil fuel expectations
I read in the commentary section of The Oregonian on the 21st of August, an article on the consumption of fossil fuels on our planet. The general gist of the piece was one of overshop optimism of how we, as a culture, will deal with this potentially "horrible" situation.

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gk 28.08.2005 19:14
Superdome injustice
Hundreds, maybe thousands of the poor, elderly, and children are standing in the hot, humid New Orleans sun for many blocks long waiting to get into the Superdome. The reason makes me angry.

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Joanie Knibbe 28.08.2005 14:25
Oregon Neglected Abused Seniors
Mr. Willner, President Our mother died April 15, 2002 in Salem, Oregon. She spent 19 days at our local nursing home being starved to her death. I took her out during a 3 hour fight on April 10, 2002. Mother was admitted from the Salem Hospital to this facility on March 21, 2002. She was at Salem Hospital 2 times after arriving in Salem on Feb. 11, 2002. She had pneumonia but her local hospital would not admit her in Springfield, Oregon and that is why we rescued Loveda Powell.

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twospiritwarrior 28.08.2005 12:15
Another False Flag Ops
Emperor George II and Lord Blair are planning to
sacrifice more Sheeple, like they did with the
terrorist attacks they perpetrated upon their
Royal subjects, the London bombings, the World
Trade Center, the Murrah Building, the train
bombing in Spain, and more.
Of course, we can certainly expect more attacks
by Bush & Cabal, in Amerika, Kanada, Britain, etc.,
in order to fight the "terrorists in Iran" and
possibly Syria.

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Archie Kennedy 28.08.2005 05:43
We're Not in Kansas Anymore
If you look around everything sorta looks the same. But if you look a little closer you'll recognize something amiss. We're not in Kansas anymore Toto.

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Don Angelo 27.08.2005 22:22
The Coming Oil Crash
we are now checkmated by the oil crash, a disaster wholly of our own making, since we refused to prepare for it, knowing it was coming for the past fifty years. society must now pay for its sins of greed, arrogance, overconsumption, carelessness, waste, and stupidity. we can frantically try to smash our opponent's chess pieces (i.e. steal their oil) in a fruitless attempt to alter the outcome, as our govt appears to be doing, or we can surrender gracefully and make the best of it, recognizing that the real opponent is inside ourselves - our feelings of powerlessness, our lethargic accceptance of the status quo, our inability to see new options. overcome these, and a new age will be born amid the ruins.

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Uri Avnery 27.08.2005 21:31
Dear Settlers...
From the Israeli Left

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--(A)-- 27.08.2005 18:11
The Bankers Own The Earth [Updated]
Capitalism is organized crime and we are living in an usury-market economy, not a free-market economy. It is by design that the rich get richer and the poor get poorer, not by accident. [Changes: A few new quotes and links have been added, dead links have been removed. A visit to libertydollar.org after reading this is highly recommended.]

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CA 27.08.2005 16:44
Boycott the Jon Stewart and the Daily Show until they get more progressive voice on the sh
Time to boycott the Daily Show until they get more progressive guests to balance the right wing rhetoric of the neocons.

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