Tag Archives: surveilance

Public health or private wealth? How digital vaccine passports pave way for unprecedented surveillance capitalism

Public health or private wealth? How digital vaccine passports pave way for unprecedented surveillance capitalism The titans of global capitalism are exploiting the Covid-19 crisis to institute social credit-style digital ID systems across the West. The death by starvation of Etwariya … Continue reading

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Why I Protest Drone Warfare & Surveilance

Why I Protest Drone Warfare & Surveilance Video For the past 8 years, I have protested and risked arrest at both Beale and Creech Air Force Bases.  WHY? Using Drones to terrorize and kill civilians in countries we are not … Continue reading

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Anti-Drones

Anti-Drone Groups Shutdown Creech Air Force Base Ban Killer Drones ⁠Know Drones ⁠Campaign to Stop Killer Drones Ground the Drones ⁠Upstate Drone Action Nuke Resister ⁠Veterans For Peace Drones Working Group Articles on Drones ⁠Drone Papers “Terrell: American Drone Strikes … Continue reading

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Howie Hawkins on Crime

Green Party Challenger for President Ban private prisons; moratorium on prison construction Ban private prisons. Implement a moratorium on prison construction. Redirect funds to alternatives to incarceration. Provide incarcerated individuals the right to vote by absentee ballot in the district … Continue reading

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Domestic Security

We need to stop the assault on our civil liberties that intensified after the attacks of September 11, 2001. During the last several decades, there has been an erosion of freedom in the United States. This has come from many … Continue reading

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