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Murray Bookchin – The Real Roots of Traditional Libertarianism

Murray Bookchin – The Real Roots of Traditional Libertarianism

 
Murray Bookchin (1:05): “In fact, the word ‘libertarian’ was invented literally by Élisée Reclus in the 1890s when the word ‘anarchist’ became illegal in France because of terrorist activities.”

  
«In Déjacque, on the other hand, we meet the true ancestor of the theorists of[…]

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The Lock-On Song

The Lock-On Song by Tim Williams

The people have said no you know
And that’s how it’s gotta be.
You stand there in your power
It’s a moment of destiny.
You simply will not let them
Desecrate the earth
You know you cannot let them
Release their deadly curse.
Something deep inside of you
Knows[…]

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My boots are muddy and my hands are scuffed

wrote something about the last month… by Beau Nafyde
My boots are muddy and my hands are scuffed,
my taste is scruffy and my state is tough,
my face is bloody and my place is rough,
none of that matters nothing because I got love.
You can have millions in the bank and fancy jewels,[…]

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Lorry surfing, Richard’s story in his own words

Lorry surfing, in a surfer’s own words.
I’m free! I have my phone back and I’m heading down to London this weekend. Lancs police gave me a nice hot shower, tea, cottage pie, smiles, a warm place to sleep for a while and asked me to rate my stay on TripAdvisor 🙂 oh and these[…]

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Remember Ride London 2017

As cyclists enjoy the beautiful Surrey and Sussex countryside and take on the iconic climbs of Leith Hill and Box Hill, remember that the land here is threatened by the unconventional oil industry. Companies operating under the umbrella organisation UKOG want to drill down several kilometres and then use pervasive processes known as #fracking and[…]

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A Voice for Leith Hill

 
A Voice for Leith Hill
A Voice for Leith Hill has put out this press release today with the Leith Hill Action Group:
On the eve of the Prudential 100 cycle event (July 30th), campaign groups in Surrey are warning of serious risk to cyclists on the same roads in the coming months.
Cyclists[…]

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Its getting interesting down on Preston New Road in Blackpool.

Its getting interesting down on Preston New Road in Blackpool by Peter Yankowski
Its getting interesting down on Preston New Road in Blackpool. Seems that there is a metaphorical or maybe even an actual tear in reality as state sanctioned violence and consumerism meets peaceful protectors. The fossil fuel industries have sold and consumed most[…]

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Occupy Mayday at PNR Site 28072017 #RollingResistance

Occupy Mayday at PNR Site 28072017 #RollingResistance

Firstly … In parts this time, just in case … You’re correct, I can not access 4G data on the Three network.
Today, all in all, would have qualified as being a fairly decent anti-fracking action, if not for how it ended. There was a total lockdown of[…]

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The Poison Papers: Secret Concerns of Industry and Regulators on the Hazards of Pesticides and Other Chemicals

This is a mirror of the original article in Ecowatch.
The Poison Papers: Secret Concerns of Industry and Regulators on the Hazards of Pesticides and Other Chemicals
The Bioscience Resource Project and the Center for Media and Democracy released a trove of rediscovered and newly digitized chemical industry and regulatory agency documents Wednesday stretching back[…]

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