The enraged, polarized segments of the population are rapidly consolidating as the political center disintegrates.
Chile’s US-Backed Gov’t Shooting Anti-Austerity Protesters, Blinding & Maiming by the Thousands
With the U.S. and OAS looking the other way, protesters have been subjected to brutally violent repression, Ben Norton reports.
French Popular Uprising: Revolution or Frozen Conflict?
This conflict is essentially over policies that put the avaricious demands of financial markets ahead of the needs of the people, writes Diana Johnstone.
As Costs of Climate Crisis Grow, Protest Movement Escalates
Long term campaigns to decarbonize the economy and demand emergency climate policies are getting stronger, write Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers.
On Earth Day: Environmental Activism is Spreading
Across America environmental activism is growing, and government and the fossil fuel industry are taking notice, say Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers.
The Role of Youth in a Hoped-for Transformation
The massive turnout for the March for Our Lives demonstration in Washington on March 24 has given rise to hope that a new youth movement can spur a social transformation in the United States, write Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers.
Raining on Trump’s Parade
Donald Trump has called for a military parade in Washington DC but a coalition of peace and justice groups hope to stop the parade before it happens, explains Margaret Flowers in this interview with Ann Garrison.
Spain’s Battle Against ‘Austerity’
Western governments are stepping up their demands for public “austerity” hitting the middle and lower classes, even as extravagance remains the watchword for Wall Street and the rich. In Spain, a determined movement of “indignados” has emerged to challenge this…