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Short interview with Curtis Wallace and why he came to the G20 to protest in Toronto, the one in Pittsburg last year, and what issues are important to him and the New World Order Distributed by Tubemogul.
Late in the afternoon, after the rain stopped, I make it to Queen's Park to document the protests which where to start there earlier. Upon arrival, Riot Police had herded in Protestors from going south to the others, started abducting citizens Distributed by Tubemogul.
G20 Protestors blocked off at Queen's Park who are trying to get to other protestors further south. Scare tactics and Citizen abductions and arrests follow quickly by police. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Arrived late in power-wheelchair do to health & rain storms to document Protests. Upon arrival peaceful protestors were blocked & herded into areas, and being abducted by Riot Police. I was almost trampled by mounted police minutes later. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Day 4 of the G20 and rebellions. The Indigenous Sovereignty March was the biggest one yet, with over a thousand peeps braving the nasty Toronto heat to show solidarity with Native folks. It was inspiring to see so many settlers coming out to support this action.
Day three of subMedia.TV's G20 Rebellion coverage. Today we bring you updates on the Canadian Police State and we follow the Toxic Tour of Toronto.
A coalition of queers activists set the bar high by organizing an impressive display of creative resistance on the second day of the G20 rebellions. The groups connected gay struggles with migrant rights and poverty issues all wrapped up in a delicious anti-colonial, anti-capitalist tortilla. Yum!
This week: 1. G20 Riot Porn 2. L.A.R.D. 3. Go back to sleep America 4. 5 Cocksrings of Chicago 5. Those daring Danish 6. Chase dem crazy ballheads 7. UC Santa Cruz occupation 8. Atari Teenage Riot 9. What the Po'? with special guest Kristian Williams
part 2 ofb a press conference regarding the violation of the rights of journalists and activists during and before the G20 summit in Pittsburgh. part 2 includes gruesome wounds and the personal accounts of bystanders and testimony regarding preemptive violations against permitted activities.
Press conference regarding the violation of the rights of Journalists and activists during and before the G20 summit in Pittsburgh.
This being the only permitted action in dissent of the G20 Summit in Pittsburgh; it is, of course, full of great speeches and fun signs. I realized after the fact that the organizers of the March had aggreed to lead the 10 thousand plus participants by the nose away from the convention center aftrer the protest by claiming to have another locations for speeches however the only speaker of note at the 2nd location was Cindy Sheehan. I'm truely sorry Cindy but I did not film your wonderful speech because my mouth had food in it for the first time that day and I had not slept the night before. Cindy's speech was , of course, brilliant; but not woth leaving the downtown area to hear. This protest should have just sat down in the street where we were until ..say.. Tuesday. Haven't we learned anything from the Ukraine?
A laymans explanation of why the g20 is a problem for poor and working class people all over the world.
During my afternoon of running from ear drum piercing sonic weapons and tear gas canisters while being chased in circles by dog and baton weilding cops in working class neighborhoods miles from the convention center I had the opportunity to talk to a lot of locals. Here's what they said ... with a small dose of riot porn on the side.
The Seeds of Peace & Everybody's Kitchen buses were, for the 3rd time forcibly relocated. After Monday nights parking citation for parking on the sidewalk, hours of inspecting the safety inspections The mobile free kitchens got a late night wake up call when told that they had to leave by NOON Tuesday. Here's that story. DONATE http://www.seedsofpeacecollective.org
This week: 1. Pilger Smackdown 2. Obama's Colombian Connection 3. Manta Shutdown 4. Honduran Repression 5. Hillary Twitton 6. Climate Casino 7. G20 Pittsburgh 8. Manu Chao 9. 2010 Olympic Resistance
This week: 1. Montezuma's Revenge in Reverse 2. California Droughting 3. Coke Crude 4. New School student beat down 5. London PoPo G20 murder 6. RNC 8 are not terrorists 7. Univ. of Colorado gets pwend 8. Obama's war chest 9. P.H.A.T.W.A. 10. Skidmark Bob of Free Radio Santa Cruz iraq obama oil water pirate radio
http://submedia.tv/stimulator/2009/04/05/spring-of-rage This week: 1. Bossnapping 2. Factory Occupations 3. G20 Meltdown 4. N.ot A.ll T.hat O.rganized 5. La Rage 6. The effectiveness of protests 7. GBFMYC