Submitted by stimulator on Sat, 05/09/2015 - 09:28
To watch this video go to http://www.submedia.tv/stimulator/2015/05/09/may-day-gray-day/
In this sedition, a round up of global May Day riots, plus a re-cap of the Baltimore insurrection propelled by the police murder of Freddie Gray. To top it off, a double cheeseburger with bacon exclusive interview with HIlda Legadeño, mother of one of the missing Normalista students.
On the music break newcomer MC, Comrade kicks some timely rhymes in the wake of the Baltimore riots.
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 05/04/2015 - 00:29
There are as many perspectives on May Day as there were participants, this is but a
small collection of them.
"This is no longer demonstration management, this has turned into a riot"-Captain Chris Fowler
Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 04/28/2015 - 20:33
Early in the morning on April 28th flames engulfed a truck in a construction site across the street from the King County Juvenile Detention Center on 12th Ave. The constuction site is a new development being built by Spectrum Development Solutions, who are responsible for gentrifying 12th avenue and are involved in building the new youth jail. The trucks tire's were slashed, it's fuel lines were cut and then it was completely destroyed by fire. ;)
Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 12/21/2014 - 16:23
This text was written for an anti-police brutality, Ferguson solidarity Chanukah ritual/action that was organized by Jewish Voice for Peace and others in Seattle on 12/16, the first night of Chanukah.
“You will smash the roof of the villain’s house,
Raze it from foundation to top. Selah.
You will crack the villain’s skull with Your bludgeon:
Blown away shall be his warriors,
Whose delight is to crush me suddenly,
To devour a poor man in ambush.”
Spread the Miracle, Abolish the Police!
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 12/01/2014 - 22:41
Rather than engage in a war of attrition with the RCP, some anarchists decided to call for a distinct demonstration in solidarity with Ferguson rebels for Saturday night November 29. The callout was titled "Ferguson's burning. What's Seattle gonna do?". The intention was to create a space where people could act their rage however they saw fit, instead of trying to manage and control popular anger for a narrow political platform.
Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 11/30/2014 - 02:49
In honor of Mike Brown, and in response to the grand jury decision not to
prosecute Darren Wilson, protests and disturbances occurred across the
country on Black Friday. Protesters invaded malls and shopping centers, shut
down public transit, halted commerce, and demanded vengeance for Mike Brown
and all victims of police shootings.
In Seattle, several events were called for, but all blended together in a 5
hour long roaming march and disruption of Capitol Hill and downtown. Energy
was high, as was antagonism against the police and business as usual. What
follows is a partial account—the authors were not present for the entire
event, and could not have seen everything in any case. This is from our
perspective, but more perspectives, and more reportbacks, are always
Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 11/26/2014 - 02:01