Internet Censorship Protest Shuts Down Australian Government Websites

(PaulWatson) – Hackers protesting government censorship of the Internet have shut down several Australian government websites in a demonstration against the announcement that filters would be imposed to block access to websites deemed offensive by the authorities. Continue reading

Iran

(TehranTimes) – Iranians rally to protest against Sunday riots

Iranians staged marches throughout the country on Wednesday to protest against the anti-government riots in Tehran on Sunday. Read More Here

(TehranTimes) – Ahmadinejad says protests, ‘U.S., Israeli scenario’

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Tuesday said that the U.S. and Israel were behind the anti-government protests on Ashura. Read More Here

(UPI) – Jet ready to fly Iran’s Khamenei to Russia

An Iranian security council ordered a checkup of the jet standing ready to fly Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei to Russia should the country reach a breaking point. Read More Here

Iran: U.S. Hasn’t Learned Lesson from Hiroshima

After visiting the lingering traces of America’s crimes in Hiroshima, Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran Sa’eed Jalili declared, “At the very least, the U.S. should be punished with disarmament and the revocation of its right to veto for its crimes here.” Read More Here

(PressTV) – ‘Japan ready for nuclear cooperation with Iran’

The Japanese ambassador to Iran has said Tokyo is ready to cooperate with Iran in the field of nuclear energy. Read More Here

US Spies: Israel or UK Forged Nukes Report on Iran

Philip M. Giraldi, PhD, is a former CIA counter-terrorism specialist and military intelligence officer. He was also foreign policy advisor to Ron Paul during his last presidential run.
US intelligence sources have confirmed Iran’s assertions that a document published by a British daily about Tehran’s nuclear program is a fabrication. Read More Here

Video: We Are Change Luke Rudkowski – G-20 protest

Various video clips of We Are Change founder, Luke Rudkowski, protesting during the Pittsburgh G-20 summit in September of 2009. Rock on Infowarrior! Continue reading

The spark that has triggered rebellion

‘I’m as Mad as Hell, and I’m Not Gonna Take This Anymore!’ This sentiment is being voiced by protesters turning out for Tea Parties and Health Care Town Hall Meetings around the country. People are angry and frightened by the prospect of government running their health care system, but their anger goes far beyond a 1000 page health bill. Continue reading

Video: Israeli Soldiers Fire on Al Jazeera Correspondent

(Al Jazeera) – Israeli soldiers have fired tear gas on Palestinians protesting against the Israeli separation barrier which cuts through their West Bank village. Continue reading

Video: Thousands Protest Obamacare Around the Country on Saturday

On Saturday, thousands of Americans opposed to Obamacare demonstrated outside the offices of Congress critters around the country. “The organizers who brought the Tax Day Tea Party to cities around the nation this spring recruited thousands of protesters Saturday afternoon to anti-health care reform rallies staged in front of at least 100 Congressional district offices,” the Washington Post reports. Continue reading

Obama’s Genocide Program is the Last Straw

The facts are slapping us in the face. Obama has been committing felony crimes against America and her citizens! America must demand he be arrested and tried for his crimes! Continue reading

MSM: Peru declares curfew after bloody clashes in Amazon jungle

(Guardian) – Peru has declared a curfew in its Amazon jungle after dozens died and hundreds were injured in bloody clashes between security forces and indigenous tribes protesting against oil and mining projects. Continue reading

Popular Rage Grows as Global Crisis Worsens

As the global economic crisis deepens, tempers around the world are getting shorter. French and British trade unions are organizing strikes, Putin is sending troops into the streets and Beijing is trying to buy itself calm. Continue reading

Popular Rage Grows as Global Crisis Worsens

As the global economic crisis deepens, tempers around the world are getting shorter. French and British trade unions are organizing strikes, Putin is sending troops into the streets and Beijing is trying to buy itself calm. A rally against car import duties in Krasnoyarsk, Russia: Citizens around the world are protesting against their governments’ handling of the economic crisis. Continue reading