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(en) Anatolia: Conscientious objector arrested
worker - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat Oct 26 03:32:04 GMT 2002
sent by: "Concodoc Project @ WRI" <email@example.com>
25 October 2002
Turkish conscientious objector Mehmet Bal presented himself to the army on
Thursday, and was arrested immediately. Today he was transferred to the
military prison in Adana. War Resisters' International is concerned about
his safety, and therefore calls for protest faxes to the military prison in
Adana 6. Kolordu Askeri Cezaevi
Tel. +90-322-322 83 67
(en) The International Directory of Collectives project
collectivedirectory - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat Oct 26 03:23:58 GMT 2002
i apologize for the length of this e-mail, but please read on..
my warmest greetings to you! my name is nicole marie,
and i currently reside in lawrence, kansas, as part of the
the black cat anarchist collective.
I'm currently working on a project that seeks to unite all
known anti-authoritarian collectives by establishing a
website specifically for the purpose of keeping a well
organized and regularly updated directory of all non-heirarchal
collectives --worldwide [this includes all collectively-organized
(en) The Commoner - new issue - Autumn 2002 http://www.thecommoner.org
Massimo De Angelis - email@example.com
Sat Oct 26 02:50:36 GMT 2002
Special issue on Crises Plus reviews:
- George Caffentzis. Respect Your Enemies -- The First Rule
of Peace: An Essay Addressed to the U.S. Anti-War Movement
- Time to revolt. Reflections on Empire by John Holloway
- No Issue is Single: Recent Anti-Capitalist Struggles in
the UK by the commoner, London collective.
- Peter Bell & Harry Cleaver. Marx's Crisis Theory as a
Theory of Class Struggle.
- Ana C. Dinerstein. Beyond Insurrection. Argentina and New
(tr) Mehmet Bal - 25 ekim '02
worker - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat Oct 26 00:07:24 GMT 2002
Mehmet bugün öğlene doğru Mersin'deki birliğinden Adana Askeri Mahkemesi'ne
sevk edildi. Adana'dan Av. Mustafa Cinkılıç durumu takip ediyor. Ancak
öğleden sonra 4-5'e kadar Mehmet hala cezaevine varmış değildi. Muhtemelen
mahkeme ve hastane süreçleri (cezaevine girişten önce mutat sağlık
muayenesi) uzun sürdü.
Çarşamba'ya kadar tatil olması, Mehmet'le birkaç gün yüzyüze
görüşülemeyeceği anlamına gelebilir. Bu konuda nelerin yapılabileceğine
Protesto faksları vb. için Adana'daki mahkemenin ve cezaevinin numaraları:
(ca) Un nuevo santo... Santo Pederasta.
"Worker" - email@example.com
Fri Oct 25 17:48:39 GMT 2002
Pio X afirmaba La Iglesia no teme a la verdad porque
su misión es difundirla. Sin embargo, las religines,
están plagadas de mentiras porque ellas son el pilar
que las mantiene.
La canonización de Escrivá de Balaguer no es
relevante, pero sí es una prueba más de manipulación.
Para canonizar a alguien la iglesia dice que necesita
un milagro y, como éstos no existen, lo mejor es
fabricarlo a la medida.
(en) Class Struggle in China -Organise! AF (Britain/Ireland)
Al - firstname.lastname@example.org
Fri Oct 25 17:38:51 GMT 2002
Ever since the signing of the Treaty of Nanking in
1842, the most advanced sections of capital have
sought to integrate China into the world market. The
first steps towards definitively starting this process
appear to have finally been taken, with China?s
December 2001 entry into the World Trade Organisation
(WTO). We can safely assume that this would not have
occurred had not both parties seen benefits to making
this move - on the one hand access to untapped markets
and vast reserves of cheap labour, on the other a
(en) US, Call for Dec. 15-21 Worldwide Week of Action Against Warmongering
circle day cell - email@example.com
Fri Oct 25 17:33:01 GMT 2002
It has long been crystal clear that those at the helm of global capital are intent on steering us further into endless war. On the horizon, another mass murder, where the
poor and powerless of different nations are ordered to kill each other for the benefit of the elite.
Despite the propagandist long knives of the Bush/Blair administrations and their standing armies in the mass media, there is a remarkable degree of worldwide recalcitrance
to these "leaders" and their schemes. In addition to numerous massive demonstrations around the world -- which are underreported by the media -- military recruiting centers
have been attacked(1) and military-industrial corporations blockaded(2). And these are just two examples of many actions taken by people who've enlisted their arms and legs
into the battle against unlimited war that so many of us are already fighting with our hearts and minds.
This is a call for a week of action against the war apparatus during December 15-21, 2002. It is necessary, for the sake of those who our governments voraciously long to
slaughter, that we take this and every possible opportunity to strike at the executioners' hearts. Further, a deafening void of resistance to recent warmongering would
likely result in a truly endless war as we careen closer and closer to a probable cataclysmic conclusion. The lives we save may very well be our own.
THE WAR APPARATUS
(en) Bristol ABC News 16th Oct 2002
Fri Oct 25 14:11:50 GMT 2002
Lincoln Prison Uprising
Police from 5 counties and hundreds of riot-trained
Prison Officers had to be bussed into Lincoln jail to
contain an uprising by inmates. The uprising began at
7.50pm on the 24th October and took until the 4.20am
the next day before state control was resumed. So
what triggered the uprising? The government are
blaming a small group militant prisoners, Martin
Narey, the director general of the prison service;
"Like most local prisons, Lincoln prison is
(ca) La lucha antimilitarista se calienta en USA
Worker - firstname.lastname@example.org
Fri Oct 25 10:48:06 GMT 2002
Ataques contra un centro de reclutamiento del ejército norteamericano
No se había visto desde la guerra del Viet-nam. Durante la noche del 13 al
de octubre, un centro de reclutamiento del ejército norteamericano fue
atacado en San-José, en la costa oeste. Dos vehiculos militares fueron
incendiados hacia las 4 horas de la madrugada. Además resultaron rotos los
cristales de las oficinas de reclutamiento de la marina y del ejército del
aire. Quedó una pintada a modo de firma. No podía ser más explícita, decía
simplemente \"ataque preventivo\". La reacción de los oficiales de la oficina
de reclutamiento da que pensar:
(en) Freedom 6319 5th Oct. 2002 - Hang 'em high
Fri Oct 25 07:07:41 GMT 2002
Nicholas van Hoogstraten, the repulsive insect who
uncoincidently happens to be one of Britain's richest men,
was due to be sentenced on 2nd October for his part in
killing a business rival. Already known in his home town
of Brighton for thuggish practices, and more widely for
uncompromising hostility to ramblers on his Uckfield
estate ("disgusting creatures", he once called them),
Hoogstraten is thought to be worth around £500 million.
This was amassed through property 'development' during
the 1960s and 1970s, in which he was a particularly rough
(en) Freedom 6319 5th Oct. 2002 - When flowers are not enough
Fri Oct 25 07:04:39 GMT 2002
Ian Huntley, the caretaker accused of murdering two girls
who attended the school where he worked, is due in court
on 8th October. His partner, Maxine Carr, who also worked
at the school in Soham, Cambridgeshire, has already
appeared twice via videolink from London's HMP Holloway.
Police say they'd fear for her physical and emotional security
if she travelled to court in person. As their cases progress
towards a trial, the mainstream media will continue to whip
up interest in the murders.
Around 100,000 children disappear in Britain every year.
(en) Czechs brace for street clashes at NATO summit
Fri Oct 25 05:45:12 GMT 2002
Czechs brace for street clashes at NATO summit
posted by Anarcho on Tuesday October 22 2002 @ 09:46PM PDT on
PRAGUE, Oct 22- With an historic NATO summit a month away, the Czech
capital is bracing for violent anti-globalisation protests, which the
authorities fear could wreak havoc in the ancient city's streets.
Dozens of world leaders will arrive in Prague for the November 21-22 summit,
the first full meeting of the Western alliance's 19 members since last
year's September 11 attacks on the United States.
NATO is expected to invite seven former-Communist states to become members
(en) Israel, Another refusnic of the High Schoolers initiative: Haggai Matar imprisoned
Worker - email@example.com
Fri Oct 25 05:34:07 GMT 2002
> From: Anat Matar
(...) Haggai was sentenced today to 14 days at Military Prison No. 4, for refusing to be
drafted. Upon his release he's expected to receive a second sentence, etc. He just
called from jail, high spirited, and asked me to deliver the message appended below, a
declaration he wrote a few days ago.
If you wish to write to him, use the 'shministim' e-mail address
Shministim@hotmail.com. Snail mail is also an option: 'Shministim' (High School
pupils), P.O.Box 70094, Haifa 31700, Israel. His friends and
I will collect the letters and messages and will bring them to Haggai on our first visit.
Yours, Anat Matar
(en) SchNEWS 378, Friday 25th October, 2002
Jo Makepeace - firstname.lastname@example.org
Fri Oct 25 05:06:05 GMT 2002
WAKE UP! WAKE UP! IT'S YER BIGGA AND BETTA...
"We are being asked to give more powers to the EU commission, an unelected,
secretive body that is so corrupt it was forced to resign in its entirety in
March 1999. We are being asked to give our support to the pro-business
agenda of the EU, where the richer farmers receive enormous subsidies under
the Common Agricultural Policy, where corporation taxes are slashed while
public services are cut. Is this the Europe we want?" - Libertarians Against
(it) Sciopero generale....e adesso?
"atipico" - email@example.com
Fri Oct 25 04:03:22 GMT 2002
SCIOPERO GENERALE...E ADESSO?
Sono passati pochi giorni dallo sciopero generale del 18 ottobre
contro le politiche antisociali del governo e della confindustria che ha visto
manifestare milioni di lavoratori, studenti, disoccupati, pensionati...
In tutta Italia i sindacati di base e autoorganizzati hanno manifestato
separatamente dalla Cgil con una propria piattaforma rivendicativa.
Anche a Trieste i cortei erano due...perchè questa divisione?
Si riuscirà in futuro a costruire un fronte di lotta comune per battere il governo?
E soprattutto dova sta andando il movimento dei lavoratori?