Video: Police beat Occupy protesters at Berkeley — RT

10 November — Police beat Occupy protesters at Berkeley (VIDEO) — RT

Demonstrators at the University of California Berkeley were assaulted by police on Wednesday night for failing to leave a peaceful encampment they attempted to establish in solidarity with the nationwide Occupy Wall Street movement.

In conjunction with the Occupy protests, demonstrators in Berkeley rallied yesterday against corporate greed and corrupt financial institutions on the historic campus, which was instrumental in the free speech movement of the 1960s. Amanda Armstrong, an organizer of yesterday’s protests, told the school’s Daily Cal paper that the occupation of the campus was also to oppose the increased privatization of the school.

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18 Arrested in Wisconsin Assembly for Using Cameras – guns still allowed

10 November 2011 — PRWatch

If anybody still believes that the US is a sane society check out this story from PRWatch. In Wisconsin it’s legal to bring guns into the State Assembly but illegal to bring in cameras”

Eighteen people were arrested Tuesday, November 2 for using cameras in the Wisconsin Assembly gallery, including the editor of The Progressive magazine, Matt Rothschild.

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Occupy Wall Street and then the World Newslinks 7-10 November 2011

10 November 2011 —

10 November 2011
Introducing the Robin Hood tax
Links – International journal of socialist renewal Today at 13:09
Notes from a talk at Occupy Wellington on October 29, 2011, to coincide with the #RobinHood global march By Grant Brookes, Tax Justice Campaign (New Zealand)
The campaign for a Robin Hood tax began a little over 18 months ago with a little-noticed launch in London. Supporters from a handful of British charities, faith groups and trade unions projected images onto the Bank of England, in an effort to lobby the British government to introduce a new tax on banks to tackle poverty and climate change. Today, it has become a global movement.

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Stop NATO News: November 10, 2011

10 November 2011 — Stop NATO

  • Russia: IAEA’s Iran Report Replicates Iraq War Build-Up
  • NATO Chief Tells Iran To Halt Uranium Enrichment
  • NATO Allies U.S., Portugal To Collaborate Against Syria, Iran
  • U.S. Interceptor Missiles In Northern Seas Gravest Threat To Russia
  • Video And Text: Serbia Is Flashpoint In New World Disorder
  • Georgia ‘Lot Closer To NATO’: Rasmussen

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10 November 2011 — Witness Gaza

The seven Irish human rights activists due home in Ireland this afternoon at 2:25 pm were at the last minute prevented from boarding their flight out of Ben Gurion airport by Israeli armed guards. They had been taken last night to a holding cell and were ready to board their 7:40 am flight to London this morning when at the last minute they were prevented from doing so by Israeli security forces and returned to Givon prison. All seven are now being detained indefinitely, with no further news available from Israeli authorities or the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs about when they will be released.

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Gala London Premiere of The Crisis of Civilization, 29-30 Nov, 7pm, Whirled Cinema

9 November 2011 — IPRD

Following the successful UK premiere at the Leeds International Film Festival on Sunday of our documentary feature film, The Crisis of Civilization, we are delighted to announce that we will be holding our FREE 2 day Gala London Premiere at the Whirled Cinema in Camberwell.

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VTJP News & Articles 9 November 2011: IAEA Iran Report Thrives on Laptop of Lies

9 November 2011 — VTJP

[Good news, VTJP available once more]


International Middle East Media Center

In 3 separate attacks, Israeli settlers torch cars; kill Palestinian with car; shoot gas at family
IMEMC – Three separate settler attacks on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning resulted in one Palestinian dead and three injured in different parts of the West Bank. …

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