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Solidarity with the NC Hunger Strikers

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WikiLeaks cable: Gaddafi funded, trained CPP-NPA rebels

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MANILA, Philippines - Libyan strongman Moammar Gaddafi was a key financier of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its military wing, the New People's Army (NPA), according to a US Secretary of State secret cable published by anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks.

Israel's Missing Option to Defuse Iran Threat

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By Nicola Nasser*

 

Urewera 4 appeal must bring justice

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 'Justice must be done in the Urewera 4 case being appealed on Wednesday and Thursday in the Court of Appeal. The convictions and sentences of Tame Iti, Rangi Kemara, Urs Signer and Emily Bailey must all be overturned,’ said Valerie Morse, member of the October 15th Solidarity group.

‘The four people are appealing both the convictions on Arms Act charges and the sentences.’

Massacre of striking miners in South Africa

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On July 18 the world bourgeoisie celebrated “Mandela Day”, established internationally by the UN in November 2009 under the sign of peace, freedom, reconciliation, etc.

The truth about the "TreatyHate" campaign

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Former Labour, National, and ACT ad-man John Ansell has kicked off a campaign of "Treatyhate" which he claims is targetted at over 40 years of caving in to "Maori" fraud and the Treaty "gravy train". This co-insides with Rodney Hides attack on the Treaty via his column in mainstream media. Surprise surprise.

Top academics rebel against State Capture in favor of truth and ethical human rights.

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Top academics rebel against State Capture in favor of truth and ethical human rights.   

 

Anarchism in New Zealand: 'Sewing Freedom' progress page

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Six protestors were arrested tonight at Glen Innes

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Six protestors were arrested tonight as the Glen Innes community and supporters resisted another state house being moved out of the suburb, says Mana Party VP John Minto.

“Selling the homes of the 99% to enrich the 1%” is how Mana Vice President John Minto describes government plan.

Lessons from Manila floods on climate change, responses

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As the Philippine government dithered and made excuses for its grossly inadequate response to the catastrophic floods — which inundated 80% of the country's capital, Manila — Sonny Melencio was leading a grassroots relief effort that brought the first food supplies in days to some of the poorest and most badly affected communities.