New Report Proves Police Preparing for Rioting on a National Scale

Considering massive worldwide demonstrations in the U.S. and elsewhere it becomes apparent politicians and their enforcement agencies comprehend the greatest threat to their power.

A police officer throws an object at protesters, Monday, April 27, 2015, following the funeral of Freddie Gray in Baltimore. 877 more words

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Chris Hedges: Revolution Is in the Air

“We the people demand a democracy free from the corrupting influence of big money and voter suppression,” they shouted. “We demand a democracy where every vote is counted and every voice is heard. 948 more words

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DN! VIDEO | Black Lives Matter vs. the LAPD: Are the Police Unfairly Targeting & Surveilling the Movement?

 When we look at who they prosecuted, you find that they were all the Black Lives Matter members who were arrested. You find that they were people that were associated with known groups and organizations that were speaking up on behalf of black lives. 173 more words

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The State of the Current Prison System: in the news

These articles address the state of the current prison system in the United States taking on the concepts of innocence vs. a rigged system in the courts and likening the labor of prisoners to an American Slave System, the school-to-prison system, corporate-owned prisons for profit, and more. 688 more words

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VIDEO Interview: Democracy Spring Protesters Stop in Baltimore En Route to DC

Kai Newkirk and actor Sam Waterston talk to the Real News about why hundreds have promised to be arrested in Washington next week if Congress fails to end the domination of money in politics… 127 more words

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Kevin Zeese, Margaret Flowers: End the Security State

​The conflict between democracy and state repression, often claimed as necessary to protect our safety and security, has moved the United States consistently toward a greater national security state that has become inconsistent with people’s privacy and freedom; as well as their ability to exercise First Amendment protected political activities. 1,929 more words

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45 Years After COINTELPRO, FBI Still Thinks 'Dissent is the Enemy'

More than 60 groups sign letter calling for full investigation into government spying on protest groups

By Lauren McCauley, staff writer  Common Dreams  March 8, 2016 … 522 more words

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