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198 Methods of Nonviolent Protest and Persuasion

Gene Sharp and his Albert Einstein Institution have produced many excellent, world-famous and widely-used publications on nonviolent social and political action.

None is shorter and more to the point than the two-page… 817 more words



Written by Red Sea Post Staff

This is a review of The Politics of Nonviolent Action by Gene Sharp. In part one, Power and Struggle, Sharp discusses the nature of political power, why people obey rulers, the limitations of using violence, and how change can be brought about through the use of strategic nonviolence. 1,922 more words


George Soros' False Flag Factories

Global hedge fund tycoon and political provocateur George Soros is leading a war of symbols, namely flags and banners either resurrected or conjured up by his myriad non-profit groups, 1,254 more words


198 METHODS OF NONVIOLENT ACTION: For what it is worth


Practitioners of nonviolent struggle have an entire arsenal of “nonviolent weapons” at their disposal. Listed below are 198 of them, classified into three broad categories: nonviolent protest and persuasion, non-cooperation (social, economic, and political), and nonviolent intervention. 904 more words


Jeremy Corbyn: coups and anti-coups

Jeremy Corbyn: coups and anti-coups
by Ian Sinclair
Left Foot Forward
29 May 2016

In April 2002 the Venezuelan military, supported by the nation’s corporate media, carried out a coup d’état against Huge Chavez, the democratically elected president whose popular government had been undertaking significant reforms in favour of the nation’s poor. 1,191 more words


Color Revolution Technology Isn’t Just Black And White

Color Revolutions have brought destabilization and destruction to a growing number of victimized states ever since the US unleashed the first modern one against Serbia in 2000. 5,084 more words

World At War

[Book Review] স্বৈরাচার থেকে গণতন্ত্রঃ একটি কার্যকর বিপ্লবের গাইডবুক

বই পড়ে পড়ে কি বিপ্লব শেখা যায় ? বিশেষত একটি স্বৈরাচার সরকার যখন জগদ্দল পাথরের মত চেপে বসে একটি দেশের উপরে, সেই দেশের মানুষ কি বই পড়ে সেই সরকারের পতন ঘটাতে পারে?