Activists seek to rebrand Israel as 'JSIL' - stream.aljazeera.com

Activists seek to rebrand Israel as 'JSIL': [stream.aljazeera.com] The
Jewish State of Israel in the Levant: that’s what a group of
pro-Palestine activists are now calling Israel, in a play on words on
the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). The hashtag #JSIL has been tweeted more than 5,200 times as Twitter users protest Israel's actions. Activist Max Blumenthal first made the comparison between ISIL and Israel during the Russell Tribunal on Palestine.


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Kissinger pushed for Cuba invasion in 1970s - RTe News

Kissinger pushed for Cuba invasion in 1970s - RTe News: Mr Kissinger said a military response would have to be in earnest and vowed not to use "halfway measures," particularly if Cuban troops moved into other southern African nations.

"If we decide to use military power it must succeed. There should be no halfway measures," he said.

"If they move into Namibia or Rhodesia, I would be in favor of clobbering them."

He took a stab at president Mr Castro too, calling the late leader a "pipsqueak" for his military support in Angola, as he vowed to "crack the Cubans."


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I CARE - - News - Greece: Golden Dawn: Australian branch of far-right Greek party raises cash

I CARE - - News - Internet Centre Anti Racism Europe: Golden Dawn’s anti-immigrant, antisemitic and homophobic rhetoric has found favour with some in a Greek population reeling from the country’s financial crisis, and the party has become the third-largest political force in Athens. Its members have been accused by human rights groups of leading street attacks on dark-skinned immigrants, gays and Muslims. All 18 Golden Dawn members of the Greek parliament were arrested in police raids last year after an anti-fascist rapper, Pavlos Fyssas, was murdered, allegedly by thugs affiliated with the party. Since the crackdown, the party has increasingly turned to its overseas branches to help deliver aid and build support among the Greek population, Gavrilidis said. “The [Greek] government has virtually financially dried the party; they’ve stopped any funding, any entitlements they get as a party,” he said. “So to continue to help those in need they are reaching out to those beyond their borders.”


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Kiel: Antifa-Café "Der Aufstand jüdischer Gefangener im Vernichtungslager Sobibór", Alte Meierei

Kiel: Antifa-Café "Der Aufstand jüdischer Gefangener im Vernichtungslager Sobibór", Alte Meierei - Autonome Antifa-Koordination Kiel: Am 14. Oktober 1943 kam es zu einem geplanten Aufstand innerhalb des Vernichtungslagers, bei dem mit zwei Ausnahmen alle im Lager anwesenden SS-Offiziere getötet wurden und ca. 300 Häftlinge aus dem Lager fliehen konnten. Die meisten kamen im rund um das Lager angelegten Minengürtel ums Leben, wurden bei folgenden Razzien der Deutschen gefasst, von der einheimische Bevölkerung denunziert oder von polnischen oder ukrainischen nationalistischen Partisanen ermordet. Etwa 60 Aufständische erlebten jedoch das Ende des Kriegs. Der Aufstand der Juden in Sobibór ist eines der eindringlichsten Beispiele gegen die These, Juden hätten sich wie Lämmer zur Schlachtbank führen lassen.

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On 14 October 1943 there was a planned uprising in the extermination camp, in which, with two exceptions, all present in the camp SS officers were killed and about 300 inmates escaped from the camp. Most were in the applied around the camp minefield killed, were taken at the following raids by the Germans denounced by the local population or murdered by Polish or Ukrainian nationalist partisans. However, about 60 insurgents saw the end of the war. The revolt of the Jews in Sobibor is one of the most memorable examples against the thesis that Jews have can be like lambs to the slaughter.


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Larry Rodgers appointed as interim Chief of Staff for legislative branch.pdf - Google Drive


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Pat Buchanan: If A Cop Is Shot In Ferguson It will Be Obama’s Fault | Liberaland

Pat Buchanan: If A Cop Is Shot In Ferguson It will Be Obama’s Fault | Liberaland: Citing unconfirmed, and likely fabricated reports that Brown “smashed” officer Darren Wilson’s eye socket, Buchanan claimed that Brown’s death had nothing to do with race, warning that if “a St. Louis officer is wounded or killed in revenge for Brown, President Obama will deserve a full share of the moral responsibility.”


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1,400 US troops soon headed to Liberia for Ebola mission - News - JamaicaObserver.com

1,400 US troops soon headed to Liberia for Ebola mission - News - JamaicaObserver.com: The soldiers will join nearly 200 US military personnel already on the ground, part of a total contingent of 3,000 troops to help train health workers and set up hospitals and other facilities. President Barack Obama earlier this month unveiled plans to send about 3,000 forces to Liberia to provide logistical and other help for efforts to stem the spread of the virus.


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Debbie Africa denied parole for sixth time – On a Move

Debbie Africa denied parole for sixth time – On a Move: Debbie went before the board back in May 2014 and was denied parole back in June without her or the public knowing about her parole denial. Debbie was denied parole on 6/18/14 but did not receive her paperwork on the denial until August! These legalized terrorists known as the Pennsylvania Board have been exposed for all of their wrongdoing in the eyes of the public and are feeling so much pressure over the issue of the Move 9 they are playing the dirtiest and foulest games to divert the public outcry over these parole denials and hearings.

They can no longer do what they do secretly and we are gonna further expose them and their filth. We are taking this campaign to the next level and are gonna keep exposing the crimes being committed by the Pennsylvania Board, the Fraternal Order of Police, and the Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams. This fight is far from over.


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Drug case that won #Ferguson Officer Wilson an award is now at risk : News

Drug case that won Ferguson Officer Wilson an award is now at risk : News - Ed Magee, spokesman for St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert P. McCulloch, said that cases sometimes are scheduled for the grand jury when a witness is unavailable. He said that no decision had yet been made in this case, but said that prosecutors would “take a look at it.” Magee also said the case could not proceed if Wilson did not testify.

Magee said that there are about half a dozen pending criminal matters involving Wilson, and prosecutors would be making decisions on a “case-by-case” basis.

The Post-Dispatch has requested records from Ferguson of criminal investigations conducted by Wilson or involving him but has not yet received them.

Wilson has not been seen publicly since Brown’s death and is currently on paid administrative leave. He testified Sept. 16 in front of a different St. Louis County grand jury, the one investigating the shooting of Brown.

Asked why Wilson would testify in front of one grand jury and not another, Zotos suggested, “Well, it served his purpose. Today, it doesn’t serve his purpose.”


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Inner City Press: Investigative Reporting from the United Nations

Inner City Press: Investigative Reporting from the United Nations: Update: Amos in public also did not mention the "other" UN-named terrorist group in Syria, Jabhat al Nusra. Inner City Press has learned that in the closed-door consultations that followed, Amos presented a map of who controls what in Syria, listing ISIL-affiliates groups and then, in another color, other groups. That includes Al Nusra -- that is, Nusra and the Free Syrian Army. We'll have more on this.

Syrian Permanent Representative Bashar Ja'afari came out of the Security Council. Off-camera, he told Inner City Press that the airstrikes since September 22 -- the only day on which he said Syria was notified by the US -- have killed "only 14 Da'esh" or ISIL fighters.


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Michael Ahrihron Delisle: No racism, no hate, in Kahnawake | National Post

Michael Ahrihron Delisle: No racism, no hate, in Kahnawake | National Post: Ours is a community of approximately 6,500 people who have been relegated to a postage stamp of land, thanks to the lax immigration policies of our ancestors. Despite our Two-Row Wampum Treaty, in which, basically, our ancestors agreed to share this vast land with the proviso that neither side interfered with each other’s governance, Canadian and colonial governments have for centuries broken their word at every turn. And so, as we try desperately to hang on to our language, culture and “Mohawk-ness” on our remaining 35,000 acres, a 33-year-old community directive makes it clear that anyone who marries or cohabits with a non-native would be expected to live off the Territory. The community has never said that such unions were not allowed. The community did not say that the non-native partners were not welcome to visit. They just asked that, at the end of the day, those deemed ineligible to live here return to their own off-reserve homes at night.


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Ferguson Unrest Continues as Police Accused of Incitement & Michael Brown’s Killer Remains Free | Democracy Now!

Ferguson Unrest Continues as Police Accused of Incitement & Michael Brown’s Killer Remains Free | Democracy Now!: Protests continue in Ferguson, Missouri, calling for the arrest of Darren Wilson, the officer who killed the unarmed African-American teenager Michael Brown. On Friday, officers dismantled an encampment where activists had been living in the weeks since Brown’s death. Some accused police of excessive force. More protests took place over the weekend, including one outside the Ferguson Police Department Sunday night. Two officers were wounded in separate shootings, but police say they were unrelated. The Justice Department has ordered local police to stop wearing bracelets in support of the officer who shot Michael Brown, which read "I Am Darren Wilson." Ferguson officers have also been instructed to stop hiding their identity through obscured nametags or not wearing them at all, saying it conveys a message that "officers may seek to act with impunity." We are joined by Patricia Bynes, Democratic committeewoman of Ferguson Township.


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Ferguson Unrest Continues as Police Accused of Incitement & Michael Brown’s Killer Remains Free | Democracy Now!

Ferguson Unrest Continues as Police Accused of Incitement & Michael Brown’s Killer Remains Free | Democracy Now!: Protests continue in Ferguson, Missouri, calling for the arrest of Darren Wilson, the officer who killed the unarmed African-American teenager Michael Brown. On Friday, officers dismantled an encampment where activists had been living in the weeks since Brown’s death. Some accused police of excessive force. More protests took place over the weekend, including one outside the Ferguson Police Department Sunday night. Two officers were wounded in separate shootings, but police say they were unrelated. The Justice Department has ordered local police to stop wearing bracelets in support of the officer who shot Michael Brown, which read "I Am Darren Wilson." Ferguson officers have also been instructed to stop hiding their identity through obscured nametags or not wearing them at all, saying it conveys a message that "officers may seek to act with impunity." We are joined by Patricia Bynes, Democratic committeewoman of Ferguson Township.


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Hong Kong: Student activists arrested as police step up repression — 中國勞工論壇 / 社會主義行動

Hong Kong: Student activists arrested as police step up repression — 中國勞工論壇 / 社會主義行動: [chinaworker.info] The mostly student protesters in Civic Square held out overnight, appealing for more people to come out to join the crowds supporting them from overhead bridges and walkways. Riot police used pepper spray and made dozens of arrests, including the leader of student activist group Scholarism, Joshua Wong. By mid-afternoon on Saturday 27 September, the final protesters were removed by police, with over 70 arrests made during the 2-day protest. Among those arrested was radical legislator ‘Longhair’ Leung Kwok-hung of the League of Social Democrats. Wong, 17-years-old, was refused bail and faces three charges including the serious charge of “assaulting police officers” – itself a clear sign of the government’s intent to use the police and law courts, with increasingly harsh measures, in an attempt to break the planned Occupy Central (OC) protest, and the wider democracy struggle.


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Family says man beaten, shot over mixed-race grandchildren - Toledo News Now

Family says man beaten, shot over mixed-race grandchildren - Toledo News Now, Breaking News, Weather, Sports, Toledo: Craig Wilson's sister says Craig was brutally attacked by a relative for allowing his mixed race grandchildren to stay at his home over the weekend.

The family tells us his stepson, with his son, came to Wilson's property screaming racist remarks at the family. The stepson, Jeff Daniels, and Craig Wilson allegedly got into a heated argument over his grandchildren. The family claims they threatened him, then beat him before shooting Wilson in the stomach.

They classify the incident as a hate crime.

"Yes they called him some severe names and then they told him to leave and they chased him off his porch around his house and beat him with brass knuckles and shot him with his own gun," said Julie Wilson, the victim's sister.


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Cherokee Phoenix - Cherokee leaders promote action on indigenous rights BY WILL CHAVEZ

Details Cherokee Phoenix: During the opening session of the WCIP, the General Assembly adopted an Outcome Document that provides for concrete and action-oriented measures to implement and achieve the objectives of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The UNDRIP was approved by the General Assembly in 2007.

A strong delegation of U.S. tribal leaders attended the WCIP and voiced support for their priorities addressed in the adopted outcome document. The National Congress of American Indians has joined with a large group of American Indian and Alaska Native tribes and inter-tribal associations to support four priorities that promote implementation of the declaration, establish status for indigenous governments at the UN, prevent violence against indigenous women and children and protect sacred places and objects.


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Ferguson Unrest Continues as Police Accused of Incitement & Michael Brown’s Killer Remains Free | Democracy Now!

Ferguson Unrest Continues as Police Accused of Incitement & Michael Brown’s Killer Remains Free | Democracy Now!: Protests continue in Ferguson, Missouri, calling for the arrest of Darren Wilson, the officer who killed the unarmed African-American teenager Michael Brown. On Friday, officers dismantled an encampment where activists had been living in the weeks since Brown’s death. Some accused police of excessive force. More protests took place over the weekend, including one outside the Ferguson Police Department Sunday night. Two officers were wounded in separate shootings, but police say they were unrelated. The Justice Department has ordered local police to stop wearing bracelets in support of the officer who shot Michael Brown, which read "I Am Darren Wilson." Ferguson officers have also been instructed to stop hiding their identity through obscured nametags or not wearing them at all, saying it conveys a message that "officers may seek to act with impunity." We are joined by Patricia Bynes, Democratic committeewoman of Ferguson Township.


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Hong Kong: Student activists arrested as police step up repression — 中國勞工論壇 / 社會主義行動

Hong Kong: Student activists arrested as police step up repression — 中國勞工論壇 / 社會主義行動: The mostly student protesters in Civic Square held out overnight, appealing for more people to come out to join the crowds supporting them from overhead bridges and walkways. Riot police used pepper spray and made dozens of arrests, including the leader of student activist group Scholarism, Joshua Wong. By mid-afternoon on Saturday 27 September, the final protesters were removed by police, with over 70 arrests made during the 2-day protest. Among those arrested was radical legislator ‘Longhair’ Leung Kwok-hung of the League of Social Democrats. Wong, 17-years-old, was refused bail and faces three charges including the serious charge of “assaulting police officers” – itself a clear sign of the government’s intent to use the police and law courts, with increasingly harsh measures, in an attempt to break the planned Occupy Central (OC) protest, and the wider democracy struggle.


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