Monthly Archives: February 2011

Road Rage, Murder, Protest and Repression in New Maadi, Cairo.

If you have the bandwidth, watch it on youtube in HD. Just to be clear about it: There was a road rage incident, involving a police officer, who got out of his car and (allegedly) shot a mini-bus driver. Protests … Continue reading

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Gurindji Fight the Intervention

I finally uploaded some videos shot last november in the Northern Territory. Probably best to watch on youtube (in HD!) but here works too. Special thanks are due to Paddy Gibson, Peter Herman, Shane O’Hallaran, John Graney, and most of … Continue reading

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The Revolution Has Just Begun

Mubarak may be gone, but the Egyptian people’s struggle has really just begun. Apart from ensuring that promises are kept and that democracy flourishes, they will have to work very hard, and remain very vigilant if they are to triumph on an even more important front: the battle to feed their families – something decades of neoliberal policy has made increasingly difficult. Continue reading

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What Can Obama Do?

The following article went up today on NewMatilda!     The hunger for democracy in Egypt is real, writes Austin G. Mackell. So why won’t Obama and other world leaders put pressure on Mubarak to step down? Mubarak has been, … Continue reading

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