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George Floyd Protets Anonymous 06/01/2020 (Mon) 22:53:33 No. 23 [Reply]
was really hoping they'd burn down the white house last night, trump been hiding in a bunker…

There's a lot of stories about white supremacist agent provocateurs and shit, but it's really been exagerated, mostly the nazis have been attacking people with cars and helping the police, these boogaloo boys proved they ain't shit. some articles:


https://nypost.com/2020/05/31/several-fires-lit-near-white-house-as-d-c-protests-continue-to-rage/?utm_source=twitter_sitebuttons&utm_medium=site buttons&utm_campaign=site buttons

cops have been going crazy all over, here's a pretty good article on that https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2020/05/george-floyd-protests-police-violence.html?__twitter_impression=true
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that great picks from this weekend
It seems like the protests are showing no signs of slowing down?
IGD has an informative post up about the history of the "outside agitators" conspiracy theory being used to slur anarchists https://itsgoingdown.org/the-anti-black-and-anti-semitic-history-of-outside-agitators-an-interview-with-spencer-sunshine/
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good stuff,

yeah, it's amazing seeing liberals/progressives parroting the age old 'outside agitator' motif. They even called that old guy whose skull they broke an 'agitator'

indeed the keep going with no signs of stopping, cops keep killing people, folks getting more militant.

if only we can shed ourselves of these peace mongers selling people out to the police for anything perceived as 'violent'

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you love to see it Anonymous 05/30/2020 (Sat) 04:16:04 No. 20 [Reply]
more burning police stations plz

fucking awsome photo. not exactly a pic but i have this video

the pigs are running scared right now, it really demonstrates that if the people rise up, the pigs can't stop us
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I think that's actually a housing development mid-construction

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anyone on Minneapolis? Anonymous 05/28/2020 (Thu) 14:33:25 No. 11 [Reply]
protesters there are doing some good quality shit there. anyone on there, protesting? or at least some good news from there? i heard they are looting places now, fuck yeah.
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really frustrating all this respectability bullshit'

"that's not the right way to protest"

no, this is the right way to protest
They set a fucking police station on fire tonight, I love it
so what I'm hearing is it's a pretty well organized protest, they're intentionally avoiding small businesses and residences and attacking corporate property, police stations etc.

This isn't just 'random voilence' but coodinated insurrectionary activity…
who knew the pigs could be defeated so easily https://twitter.com/i/status/1266214798326464513
and it keeps going, apparrently a second police station burnt down, national guard retreated…

protests have broken out all over the country it's really inspiring,
Louisville Kentuky, Outside of the White House, New York, Dallas Texas, Denver Colorado to name a few

police and right wing militias have been attacking people though

In bakersfield someone attempted a car ramming type attack

Food not bombs? Anonymous 04/27/2020 (Mon) 23:47:34 No. 5 [Reply]
Is food not bombs a good org to join? there isn't a close org near me. I was hoping someone could give me a good idea of joining.
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Food Not Bombs is great, if there isn't a chapter near you, you can always get some people together and start one.

The way it was once explained to me is that it's not something that you join, it's something you do. Personally I've done food not bombs – or been to FNB food shares, in like 5 different cities.

The strategie's real simple: get vegan food, prepare it, distribute it.

What's most important is being consistent. You want to pick a place that you'll be able to distribute food at and make sure that you're there the same time every week or so. Over time hungry people will find out about it and more people will start showing up.

You can use food shares as opportunities to for organizations to meet, and everyone is always welcome to bring food themselves.

The difficult part of course is acquiring food, dumpster diving is one way, but then when it comes to local businesses you can always ask the business owner if they would like to *donate* the food that they're throwing out, you can also do food drives or whatever.

You don't need many people to keep this going, One (1) consistant person is enough, but 3 to 5 people will make it alot easier.
Thanks for the info

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c o m p o s t w a v e Anonymous 04/27/2020 (Mon) 01:57:29 No. 4 [Reply]
dig it?