The Stimulator: Solidarity Means Tabarnak! Quebec Students Strike Against Capitalism

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Dandelion Salad

stimulator on Apr 11, 2015

This week we look at the student led mobilizations that have rocked the streets of Montreal and Quebec City. From large scale marches, to occupations of university buildings to direct actions, the spring 2015 coalition has re-energized radical organizing in so called Quebec.

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Indigenous Australians knew that sickness came from digging in the ground


miningawareness 11 April 15  Thank you for pointing this out to us all. It’s important for anti-nuclear activists to not use “nuke-speak”, and easy to fall in the trap just by constant reading. A circle also sounds like the circle of life, whereas the nuclear industry is the chains of slavery and death. Really we must learn to leave everything in the ground, and recycle what is needed.


Indigenous Australians knew to leave things in the ground. They knew that sickness came from digging in the ground. There are conductive plastics already. Plastics are more and more vegetable based. If the governments would stop subsidizing the nuclear industry, the innovative potentials are out there. Universities can’t get money for algae research but the nuclear industry gets the monies.

These ideas from mining awareness sound deceptively simple. But if you go to his website, you will find very deep and…

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