Tuesday, February 22, 2011


Dare we hope that the poor, the exploited, the fucked-over are fighting back? Dare we hope for hope?

“The uprising that swept Tunisia, Egypt, and parts of Europe is showing signs of blossoming across the United States. In Wisconsin, public employees and their supporters are drawing the line at Governor Scott Walker’s plan to eliminate collective bargaining and unilaterally cut benefits. School teachers, university students, firefighters, and others descended on the capital in the tens of thousands, and even the Superbowl champion Green Bay Packers have weighed in against the bill. Protests against similar anti-union measures are ramping up in Ohio. Meanwhile, another protest movement aimed at protecting the poor and middle class is in the works. Cities around the country are preparing for a February 26 Day of Action, “targeting corporate tax dodgers.” The strategy picks up on the UK Uncut campaign, begun when a group at a London pub—a firefighter, a nurse, a student, and others—came up with an idea that is part flash mob, part sit-in. In an article published in the Nation, reporter Johann Hari tells the story of the group’s frustration about government cutbacks. If Vodafone, one corporation with a huge back-tax bill, paid up, the cutbacks wouldn’t be needed. The group spread the word over social media, and held loud, impolite demonstrations. The idea quickly went viral, and flash mobs/sit-ins materialized at retail outlets across Britain, shutting many of them down.” (Click here for more)

Since Bob’s been taken down, click here for Bruce.

The secret word is Mutiny


Anonymous said...

when the immigrant population rises up to destroy the Royalty of Britania, I hope Mick is the first to eat the breakfast of champions. Oh, & then barter blow jobs as pay for safe passage back to L'Amerika.

stu said...

why don`t you just fuck off back to your pit.sorry about the swearing everybody

Anonymous said...

Dare we hope for hope? Let's hope so.

Anonymous said...

hey doc,

lists don't probably matter. but then again.

Khourma said...

I wanna thnk you for this post!!!

Belive that the WW3 will not be a country vs another country
but it will be like the Rage against the system.

a reader from Tunisia.

Peromyscus said...

Khourma, my best wishes that the Days of Rage will blow the change that's needed through your country and neighboring areas.