Anonymous: Belgium was hit by terrorists on 22nd of March, 2016

Greeting citizen of the free world.

▂ ▃ ▄ ▅ ▆ ▇ We Are AnonYmouS ▇ ▆ ▅ ▄ ▃ ▂
Most of you know that Belgium was hit by terrorists on 22nd of March, 2016. Our freedom is once again under attack, this can not continue.

Following the attacks in Paris last November, we have fought daily against terrorism and and we have silenced thousands of Twitter accounts directly linked to ISIS.

We severely punished Daesh on the darknet, hacked their electronic portfolio, and stole money from the terrorists.

We have laid siege to your propoganda websites, tested them with our cyber attacks.

However, we will not rest as long as terrorists continue their actions around the world.

We will strike back against them. We will keep hacking their websites, shutting down their Twitter accounts, and stealing their bitcoins.

We defend the rights of freedom and tolerance. To the supporters of Daesh: we will track you down, we will find you, we are everywhere and we are more than you can imagine. Be afraid.

When they killed innocent civilians in Belgium they hit everybody in Europe
We have to fight back

Everyone can contribute to our efforts and we invite you to fight with us, you will find a link with this video which will indicate how.
But you dont have to hack them. If you stand up against discrimination in your country you harm them much more then by hacking their websites.

The Islamic state can not recruit Muslims in Europe if they are accepted and included in the society.
So we want all of you to stand together against discrimination.

We are Anonymous,
We are Legion,
We do not forgive,
We do not forget,
We are free,
Expect us!

Join #opbrussels #opiceisis #opbelgium port : 6697 ssl

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Bernie Sanders Takes On Wall Street: Greed Is Not Good (from Dennis Trainor Jr)

Bernie Sanders Takes On Wall Street: Greed Is Not Good [52] from Dennis Trainor Jr on Vimeo.

Bernie Sanders Takes On Wall Street: Greed Is Not Good [52]
from Dennis Trainor JrPRO2 months agomore

On the Show:
– Sanders v. Wall Street
Calling the Wall Street business model a fraud in a speech earlier this week, Bernie Sanders delivered a campaign promise that will be quoted, praised, debated, a fretted over for as long as Sanders remains a viable candidate, declaring: If you are a bank too big to fail, you don’t have the right to exist.”
– Obama On Gun Control
Barack Obama doesn’t want to take your guns away; he’d just prefer you did not use them so much.
– TransCanada Sues US fro $15 Billion
TransCanada lost its bid to build the Keystone XL pipeline. Now it is using NAFTA and the US Federal courts to seek $15 billion damages – and they way I understand NAFTA, they just might win. All the more reason to make one final push to defeat NAFTA’s big brother in waiting: that Trojan Horse gently knocking at the wall that will usher in a global corporate coup: that is right people, it is time once again to take action against the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Episode breakdown
00:02 Intro
02:01 Bernie Sanders: Break Up The Big Banks
11:27 Obama’s Gun Control Plan: Too strong or Too weak?
17:35 Keystone XL rejection leads TransCanada to sue Obama administration
23:17 A History Corporate Personhood in 3 Minutes
Bernie Sanders, 2016 Presidential election, Presidential debate, Bernie Sanders for President, Barak Obama, NRA, Mass Shooting, Gun Control, Gun Reform, TPP, Stop the TPP, Keystone XL, Acronym TV, Dennis Trainor Jr,

References to Indigenous Tribal political and economic issues (from Deni Leonard and Ruthie)

These are books which will educate about the history of the American Indian and answer many questions regarding the political and economic issues. Reading gives the connection to issues because many require more than a single book to arrive at a reasonable and accurate description of American Indian history.

1. Soul of the Indian by Charles Eastman – Discusses 1800 status of Tribes by an American Indian Doctor from Lakota Country

2. Documents of U.S. Indian Policy by Francis Prucha – Documents describing relations between the Indigenous Indian people and U.S. federal government

3. An Indigenous People’s History of the United States by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz – Describes the history of the Indigenous people from 1492 to present and their political, social and economic struggles under illegal occupation by the U.S. Federal Government

4. A Cross of Thorns by Elias Castillo – Describes the violence perpetuated by the Catholic Church upon the Indigenous people of California which resulted in the greatest genocide in the history of the world, 99% Indigenous people murdered

5. Born to Die by Noble David Cook – Describes disease and violence used against the Indigenous People by illegal occidental immigrants from 1492-1650

6.Fields of Blood; Religion and the History of Violence by Karen Armstrong – A widespread conviction that ‘monotheism, the belief in a single god’ is especially prone to violence and intolerance, and also explores the wave of violence in the 1900s claiming a religious justification.

7.The Tainos; Rise and Decline of the People Who Greeted Columbus by Irving Rouse – Describes the Indigenous People and their original way of life and Columbus’ destruction of their society

8. Lame Deer, Seeker of Visions by John (Fire) Lame Deer and Richard Erdoes – Describes a personal history of a Sioux Indigenous Tribal person who experienced both modern aspects of society and his return to his traditional roots and responsibility to his people

9. American Indian Trickster by Richard Erdoes and Alfonso Ortiz – Describes traditional oral stories of the Indigenous people as their first literature teaching about Coyote who myths and life tricks teach about the consciousness of the Indigenous culture and way of life

10 Pagans by Steven T. Newcomb – Describes the both the U.S. Government and Christendom as predatory policies to destroy the Indigenous American Tribal communities and their fundamental spiritual ceremony

11. Crow Dog by Crow Dog and Erodoes – Describes the life and personal history of the Crow Dog clan of Medicine Men over four generations as they participate in the Indigenous Tribal Revolution to free their people from the chains of assimilation and occupation through involvement with the American Indian Movement and their Spiritual ceremonies.

12. Murder State by Brendan C. Lindsay – Describes how the Euro-American citizenry of California carried out mass genocide against the Indigenous Native population within the state

13 Half-Sun on the Columbia by Ruby and Brown – Describes the life span of Chief Moses of the Colville Tribe in Washington State and his struggle to maintain life and survival for his people

14. World War II and the American Indian by Kenneth Townsend – Describes the Native American Experiences leading up to and during World War II of Indigenous men who resisted, along with their Tribe, the draft and involvement as a people into the conflict

15. In the Courts of the Conqueror; The 10 Worst Indian Law Cases Ever Decided by Walter Echo-Hawk – Describes the troubling fact that American Law has rendered legal the destruction of the Native American and their culture analyzing 10 cases that embody and expose the roots of injustice and highlight the nefarious legal doctrines

16. The Indian In America’s Past by Jack Forbes – Describes the horrors of Indian slavery, enforced acculturation, the devastating impact of disease which threatens the very existence of the Indigenous Tribal people

17. Crazy Horse by Vinson Brown – Describes the life of Crazy Horse as a holy man and warrior who defended his people and land and understood the predatory premeditation of the White Man stealing and killing his land and people

18. Rights of Indians and Tribes by Stephen L. Pevar – Describes a clear and concise understanding of Federal Indian Law

19. Chief by Philip Martin – Describes the life of Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Chief Martin and his life of bringing his people out of poverty using modern economic methods while retaining culture, language and ceremony

20. Almanac of the Dead by Leslie Marmon Silko – Describes in a novel the struggle of Indigenous Native People in America to keep, at all costs, the core of their culture, way of seeing, their way of believing and their way of being

21. American Indian Tribal Governments by Sharon O’Brien – Describes the struggle of Indian Tribes to sustain self-government under illegal occupation by the U.S. Federal government

22. The Toughest Indian in the World by Sherman Alexie – Describes various stories about the life of being an Indian in modern day America and the struggles to survive each day

23. Navajo Courts and Navajo Common Law by Raymond D. Austin – Describes how Navajo Nation Courts, the largest and most established Tribal legal system in the world, apply foundational Navajo doctrines to modern legal issues

24. Where White Men Fear to Tread by Russell Means – Describes his life as a leader of the American Indian Movement and his strategies to achieve Indigenous Tribal Self-Determination of his people throughout the United States

25. Ojibwa Warrior by Dennis Banks and Erdoes – Describes his role in founding the American Indian Movement and the National Activist political action taken over his lifetime

26. Bernie Whitebear by Lawney L. Reyes – Describes the life and political activities to create a new Indigenous Tribal Foundation in Seattle, Washington for the United Indians of All Tribes Foundation

–Deni Leonard at Telephone: (415) 572-5274 E-mail:

RADICALIZED – Official Trailer

Radicalized is the definitive voice of a generation feature documentary film spotlighting radical resistance in occupied Amerika told through the lens of an anarchist collective in Los Angeles.

Radicalized is a revolutionary documentary film about a season of political resistance in Los Angeles, crafted from thousands of hours of footage shot over a 3 year period.

Ideology meets reality and collides with the powers that be as articulated through the inner voices and external lives of a millennial anarchist collective near downtown L.A.

Fueled by Occupy Wall Street, the tent encampment at City Hall in October 2011 was the point of departure for the creation of a network of alliances that inspired this new season of resistance in a city with a rich history of political defiance.

This feature documentary traces the trajectories of the larger arcs of it’s characters as well as the movement as a whole, by capturing interpersonal and collective experiences and utilizing direct political actions as tent poles to guide the audience through the story.

Radicalized is a very personal, untold story of the post Occupy millennial resistance.

Let’s support Occupy videographer Peter Menchini (from Ruthie)

Peter Menchini correct link to help get functioning video gear!  Here’s a note from ​our Movement videographer, Peter Menchini, to us! Let’s support him!

(You will actually get your $$ returned: your money is a loan only: If we show community support​
​ to Peter M. for his videos, Kiva matches it and returns $$ back to the community — it’s how they fund community-supported activity, which is their mandate as a nonprofit).​
​ “In Occupy alone, and in most of our environmental justice fights, anti-eviction fights, black lives matter fights, etc., Peter has made great videos for us. His work makes a huge difference in our ability to spread the word.​
​” — Ruthie​
​       (
​ to see some of Peter’s videos of us in the struggle.)​
​”Dear fellow activists:

The video equipment I’m using is worn out, and makes it difficult to shoot the videos for the Movement. I need to buy professional video gear to shoot the photojournalistic videos of our protests, actions, etc. I make almost all my videos for the benefit of the community, so I don’t make any money from them. I support environmental and social justice movements by putting my body and freedom in harm’s way for the sake of future generations. is a highly regarded nonprofit that does crowd funding loans at 0% interest and I have 2 weeks to get 22 people to loan – which means you get your money back​.

​You can loan $25 or more per lender. Gladly, I myself began this process by loaning $25 to a group in Africa, bringing water to their town. The loan for the equipment, at this moment, has reached 77% (thank you so much!) Close, but not there yet!
I am passionate about my work​ for the Movement,​ so please support it by lending what you can afford for better functioning video equipment​. Then share this link so more folks can support it:
Thanks so much for your time and for helping me get ​the much needed video gear!

​In dedication, and solidarity, ​

Peter Menchini
Maya Media

Vimeo for the newer videos:
Youtube for the older videos:

Petrelis Files: Asian & Latin Press: SF Protest Against GOP’s Trump (by Michael Petrelis)

In addition to local mainstream and ethnic TV news coverage on Tuesday for our small rally at the San Francisco office tower partially owned by Donald Trump, and beaucoup social media attention, we also generated terrific online coverage from Asian and Latin press outlets.

The widely-read World Journal’s reporter Guan Wenjie wrote in Chinese about the action and provided his Asian news outlet with an image showing Jeffrey Kwong holding his “Asians Against Trump” poster, surrounded by other activists. Wenjie’s story and photo are posted here.

This photo was snapped by Alejandro Galicia Diaz, who also wrote a good story for the El Tecolote news site, which attracts a large audience of Latinos and others:

“On March 15, a small group of protesters gathered outside of the former world headquarters of Bank of America—the skyscraper at 555 California St., which is now 30 percent owned by The Trump Organization—to object to Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy

“The demonstration took place on “Super Tuesday,” a day where the five states of Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Florida, all held their Democratic and Republican primaries. […]

“‘We came out today because today is Super Tuesday in many states and we’re very nervous that Donald Trump is going to secure the GOP nomination for president,’ said Michael Petrelis, who was draped in a rainbow flag and carrying a piñata of Trump. ‘And we’re here to say ‘Racist, sexist, KKK, Donald Trump, go away.'” […]

“It all started in June of last year in New York when Trump stood in front of a large crowd to announce his candidacy. In his speech, he boomed that his goal was to ‘Make America great again,’ but also insulted many with his comments regarding Mexican immigrants.”

All I have to say after our protest and resultant attention is: Dump Trump!
–Michael Petrelis

Online Reading Group — Occupy Reads Together

Online Reading Group
Occupy Reads Together
Hello Friends of StrikeDebt Bay Area
Read at any speed…comment online,
share ideas….GET ON THE SAME PAGE,
suggest book titles, current or classic.
We are right now reading
Ferguson, James
Duke University Press
(We have a free pdf to send you)
This is a powerful discussion of direct
guaranteed cash payments to all citizens (as in family)
much like SSI..Supplemental Security Income Checks, but
to all citizens as a birthright distribution share..
or here…
If you would like to read, comment and listen to other activists,
please rsvp to Jeffrey at
and we will begin an inclusive discussion list,
and send you the pdf to read online
it’s happening
read all about it


Berkeley Occupation update (from Mike Zint)

First they came for the homeless's photo.
First they came for the homeless's photo.

First they came for the homeless 

March 20, 2016

It has been a week since the Berkeley Police moved a group of known addicts and dealers on top of our protest. After a flurry of emails concerning the safety of the students (Berkeley High is the building across the street), all the city did was move them a few feet into the community garden. The police even came out a second time to tell them to move their gear into the garden. The garden is now being systematically overrun and destroyed. The group is openly dealing drugs and smoking speed and crack. There has been shouting, fighting, thievery, and a lack of police presence.

Today I learned that we will be raided by federal police and face federal charges. We have been here for over 16 months, drug free, with zero arrests. We cannot let them win using these tactics. It is unconstitutional, and illegal.

–Mike Zint

More Action Council Events — March 20 thru March 23


~ Action Council ~

Occupy San Francisco Bulletin Board:


Sunday, March 20

M 20, Sunday, 11:00am – Emergency Demo: Protest at West Bay Conference Center and Stand with the St. John Coltrane Church 

West Bay Conference Center
1290 Fillmore St. (nr. Eddy St.)

Stand with the St. John Coltrane Church and Archbishop King – stop the eviction of the church in the Fillmore District by the West Bay Conference Center. The Coltrane Church has stood for justice and people in the San Francisco community.


M 20, Sunday, 12Noon – 6:00pm,Every Month is Black History Month: Fighting for Black Futures in the Ohlone Bay Area

Driver Plaza
61st Street & Adeline
North Oakland

We will be celebrating Black History by celebrating it all year ’round: from the revolutionary events of Black August to the current struggles and organizing of people at Driver Plaza to resist gentrification. Let’s fight for Black Futures in the Ohlone Bay Area by celebrating through food, culture, story-telling, history and community! PLEASE BRING A DISH TO SHARE!

Sponsors: Aunti Frances Love Mission Self-Help Hunger Program, POOR Magazine, Anti Police-Terror Project
Qilombo Oakland, Farms to Grow, Causa Justa Just Cause, Critical Resistance Oakland, Calpulli Huey Papalotl Danza Anahuaka Azteca Prayer Circle
Rooted in Community, Phat Beets Produce
with support by members of North Oakland Restorative Justice Council

Info / RSVP:

Monday, March 21

M 21, Monday, 12Noon – 1:00pm, Living  Graveyard

Oakland Federal Building
1301 Clay Street (2 blocks fr. 12th Street BART)

Rain Cancels.

Covered with sheets to represent the dead of wars, people lie down on the city sidewalk in front of the Federal Building, This is legal, non-violent witness.  People stop, look and think. Bring your own white sheet.

Info: Ecumenical Peace Institute,, (510) 990-0374 

March 21, Monday, 5:30pm – 8:30pm,  “Blue Ribbon Panel on Transparency, Accountability and Fairness in Law Enforcement”

Southeast Community Facility – Alex Pitcher, Jr. Community Room
1800 Oakdale Ave.

This is a time for the public to speak-out about the San Francisco Police Department!

San Francisco District Attorney Gascon has called this and would like to hear from us, the public regarding bias in the San Francisco Police Department.


M 21, Monday, 6:00pm, 2nd Annual Alex Nieto Commemorative Celebration! 

Bernal Heights Park

Note: In case of rain, we will post an alternative location to meet at a nearby organization…

Join us for the 2nd Annual Alex Nieto Commemorative Celebration! This date marks two years since Alex Nieto was unjustly killed by SFPD officers under a hail of 59 bullets in a busy public park. We will join to celebrate Alex’s life with blessings, art, spoken word, speakers from other organizations and coalitions, and kick off a campaign asking for community endorsement on serious law reform in the City & County of San Francisco to make officers who kill accountable.

Info / RSVP:

M 21, Monday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, OccupyForum:Indigenous and Tribal Issues in the U.S. and around the world: Sovereignty and Self-Government

Global Exchange
2017 Mission St. (nr. 16th St. BART)

Indigenous and Tribal Issues in the United States and around the world:Regarding Sovereignty and Self-Government
with Deni Leonard

Info:  or

Tuesday, March 22

M 22, Tuesday, 1:30pm – 3:00pm, Stop Evicting Children, Families, Educators, Child Care Workers NOW!

SF City Hall, Room 250
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Place

Urge our representatives to pass legislation that will prohibit landlords from (no-fault) evicting families with children, educators or child care center workers during the school year. It will cover all no fault evictions with the exception of Ellis evictions.

There are over 3000 homeless children living in intact families in SF and over 2,300 homeless children enrolled in SFUSD. Eviction is a driving force of homelessness.

Children deserve the right to housing and education. San Francisco needs to do more to protect its children, families, educators and child care providers.

Sponsor: Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco

Info / RSVP:

Wednesday, March 23

M 23, Wednesday, 5:30pm – 6:30pm, Weekly PEACE VIGIL

Montgomery and Market Sts.
(on the steps facing Market St., below Feinstein’s office)
Directly above the Montgomery BART/Muni Station

Join Codepink, World Can’t Wait, OccupySF Action Council and Others at the PEACE banner

Theme this week:



Feel free to bring your own signage, photos, fliers. Additional signs and flyers provided.

Stand (or sit) with us.


~ Special Appeal for Peter Menchini ~

Peter Menchini has been providing free documentary services for the social justice community for years. His camera equipment has been outdated and makes it more difficult to do his work He is requesting a loan from all of us via KIVA.

“A loan of $6,300 helps me to replace inadequate equipment. Instead of making the wrong camera work, my Kiva Zip loan will allow me to work with, instead of against the hardware.77% Raised , $1,400 To Go”

About Peter

I’m a Bay Area native who’s been covering public events nonstop since the Fall of 2011. I’ve been making films and videos since the late 1980s, when I graduated from San Francisco State University, and am currently writing a film I will produce after gathering a team of other artists to participate. I have well over 400 videos online and have sold footage to CBS News, Al Jazeera, 48 Hills and The Economist, among others. I work hard to support my community by making mostly free films that support the fight for social justice. You can view most of them at

Info on KIVA to give a loan