xeni — 2014-02-07T18:07:15-05:00 — #1
gtbear — 2014-02-07T20:31:10-05:00 — #2
In 1986 we marched in Chicago to commemorate the haymarket martyrs, and the police rioted and arrested a few of us who were charged with mob action against the state, which is also the title of the anthology we wrote about it.
boundegar — 2014-02-07T22:08:36-05:00 — #3
Five anarchists gather.
Two of them are cops.
Welcome to the 21st century.
glitch — 2014-02-07T22:18:44-05:00 — #4
Can YOU spot the difference?
hungryjoe — 2014-02-07T22:44:20-05:00 — #5
I disagree with the concept of terrorism. A person is a criminal or not a criminal. Convicting a person of terrorism is just a way of saying, "your motive isn't on the approved list."
Right now in the United States it's less criminal to kill a person so that you can take his sneakers than to do it for political reasons. Is that a reasonable distinction?
jeggs — 2014-02-08T00:03:26-05:00 — #6
Pssst: its because they're white.
misterjayem — 2014-02-08T18:23:14-05:00 — #7
In my humble left-wing nut job opinion, the Tribune, Sun-Times & Chicago Public Radio all did a great job of fairly covering the NATO3 trial. And they made very effective and timely use of Twitter.
https://twitter.com/aprilveebee (Chicago Public Radio)
xeni — 2014-02-12T18:07:16-05:00 — #8
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