Author Archives: gnuworldorder

Bring Your Solutions to the Streets! Organize against Bratton, OPD and Stop and Frisk.


When:  January 24, 2013 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm Where: Oscar Grant Plaza amphitheater, Broadway & 14th Street, Oakland, CA We brought our solutions to city hall. The council heard the public loud and clear: NO MORE MONEY FOR OPD; invest the money in our schools, in our shuttered libraries, in youth centers and job programs. Unsurprisingly they have decided to hand more money in a broken and visibly racist police force. So in light of the recent and expected arrogance on the part of city council, we converge … Continued


Zero Tolerance is Zero Intelligence


Join the Justice for Alan Blueford Coalition and allies on Tuesday 1/15 to tell City Council that we reject Bill Bratton and his racist, fascist policies. Meet up at 5:00 for a rally with the meeting at 5:30. Make sure to fill out speaker cards online beforehand or at City Hall (   If you can’t attend in solidarity with the JAB Coalition, here’s a petition for you to sign, voicing your discontent with the cities plans: LINK UPDATED 1/13/13 11:56am:   As some of you may have heard, … Continued


David Rovics concert benefit for Occupy Oakland, Mon. Dec. 10


David Rovics Benefit for Occupy Oakland on December 10th   There will be a concert benefit for Occupy Oakland at the Niebyl-Proctor Marxist Library on Monday, December 10th, doors open at 6 PM, music at 7 PM. Tickets will be $10 a piece or whatever you can afford.  There will be free food, as well as beverages for sale. Niebyl-Proctor Marxist Library 6501 Telegraph Ave. Oakland, California David’s music is simply wonderful, sometimes moving and emotional, often hysterically funny, but always vitally concerned with making the world a better place. … Continued


Proposal for Resolution in solidarity with Occupy Sandy for 12/9/12

The General Assembly of Occupy Oakland extends our appreciation to the volunteers of Occupy Sandy–Occupy Wall Street and,, and individual volunteers. You have provided countless hours of support including the essential tasks of feeding and cleaning communities affected by the giant storm. You have demonstrated the power of people caring for both neighbours and strangers. You have shown what organization and compassion can accomplish together. You have given us a vision of a cooperative society. The responses of government and nonprofit agencies will continue to be inadequate … Continued


Come to GA Dec. 9th to show solidarity with Occupy Sandy!


Occupy Sandy is a volunteer effort of people from Occupy Wall Street,,,, and others who have organized substantial help for victims of the big storm in New York and New Jersey, including providing supplies and helping with cleanup.  Thousands of Occupiers have served perhaps 1.5 million meals, even feeding the FEMA workers, filling a void left by government and private charities like the Red Cross. Instead of thanking these volunteers Mayor Bloomberg is threatening to shut down some of these relief efforts.  We want them to know … Continued


BREAKING: Senate bill rewrite lets feds read your e-mail without warrants


 Revised bill highlights ✭ Grants warrantless access to Americans’ electronic correspondence to over 22 federal agencies. Only a subpoena is required, not a search warrant signed by a judge based on probable cause. ✭ Permits state and local law enforcement to warrantlessly access Americans’ correspondence stored on systems not offered “to the public,” including university networks. ✭ Authorizes any law enforcement agency to access accounts without a warrant — or subsequent court review — if they claim “emergency” situations exist. ✭ Says providers “shall notify” law enforcement in advance of any plans to tell their customers that they’ve been the target of a warrant, order, or subpoena. ✭ Delays notification of customers … Continued


California gets face scanners to spy on everyone at once


In a single second, law enforcement agents can match a suspect against millions upon millions of profiles in vast detailed databases stored on the cloud. It’s all done using facial recognition, and in Southern California it’s already occurring. It’s done with state of the art facial recognition technology, and in Southern California it’s already happening. “Live high definition video enables FaceFirst to track and isolate the face of every person on every camera simultaneously,” the company claims on their website. “Up to 4 million comparisons per second, per clustered server” — that’s … Continued


#DefendJodie — Take The Eviction Defense to the Bank’s Doorstep!

When: Back to Calendar November 20, 2012 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm Where: meet @ Montgomery Bart Montgomery & Market San Francisco Contact: 510.207.0182 Now we take the eviction defense of Jodie Randolph to the banks’ doorstep! Again! We’ve got round-the-clock defense of the home. We put Morgan Stanley on notice and shut down their Oakland office with a group delegation two weeks ago. We’ve shut down the phone lines to one of their executive’s offices with a 2-day phone blast campaign. Now that we’ve got their attention, we demand that we speak with … Continued


DEA Agent Told Not To Enforce Drug Laws In White Areas


The drug-laws are like “prohibition”-laws during the 1920s: We need to  repeal them,  ASAP!! Enjoy this video !! Sincerely,   Mark “Truth-Seeker” Creek-Water Dorazio, Newark, Delaware, USA / 16-November-2012 Sent  to the web committee & posted. 44456