Hong Kong Protests Attract Massive Crowds, Estimated 800k March In Financial District — Activist Post – December 8, 2019

By Tyler Durden

(Activist Post)  With zero signs of abating, hundreds of thousands of pro-democracy protesters lined the streets around Hong Kong’s financial and shopping districts on Sunday, demanding the Beijing-backed Hong Kong government fulfill their demands, reported Reuters. →

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Western France Runs Out Of Gas As “Massive Strikes” Set To Paralyze Entire Nation — Activist Post – December 5, 2019

By Tyler Durden

(Activist Post)  France is bracing for major transportation disruptions throughout the country starting Thursday, as trade unions launch a strike in response to changes President Emmanuel Macron wants to make to the country’s retirement system, while port blockades have resulted in widespread fuel shortages across the country. Much of the Paris Metro will be shut down, as will many national and international train lines, including certain Eurostar services. Flights will also be canceled, as air traffic controllers say they will join the protests through Saturday. →

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Iraqis Revolt Against 16 Years of “Made in the USA” Corruption — The Anti-Media – November 30, 2019

Iraq

(CD) — As Americans sat down to Thanksgiving dinner, Iraqis were mourning more than 60 protesters killed by police and soldiers on Thursday in Baghdad, Najaf and Nasiriyah. Nearly 400 protesters have been killed since hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets at the beginning of October. Human rights groups have described the crisis in Iraq as a “bloodbath,” Prime Minister Abdul-Mahdi has announced he will resign, and Sweden has opened an investigation against Iraqi Defense Minister Najah Al-Shammari, who is a Swedish citizen, for crimes against humanity. →

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They’re Killing Us Like Dogs: A Massacre In Bolivia and a Plea for Help — Collective Evolution – November 28, 2019

In Brief

The Facts:

I first persons view of what is happening in Bolivia right now as political unrest is rampant. Many people are suffering and the de facto government has threatened journalists with sedition should they spread “disinformation” by covering protests.

Reflect On:

Why are there always opposing narratives with regards to such events from mainstream media and independent media? Why is independent media being censored so much? What’s going on here?

 

(Collective-Evolution)  I am writing from Bolivia just days after witnessing the November 19 military massacre at the Senkata gas plant in the indigenous city of El Alto, and the tear-gassing of a peaceful funeral procession on November 21 to commemorate the dead. These are examples, unfortunately, of the modus operandi of the de facto government that seized control in a coup that forced Evo Morales out of power. → 

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Iran Says at Least 8 CIA Assets Arrested, Blames US for Torching Hundreds of Banks — The Anti-Media – November 28, 2019

Iran Protests

(ANTIWAR.COM)— Major protests in Iran about the increase in gas prices may be over, but Iranian officials are saying that they believe a US-orchestrated conspiracy was involved in violence seen during the rallies, which involved attacks on Iranian banks. →

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HSBC Closes Account Used to Support Hong Kong Protesters – Activist Post – November 23, 2019

By Lubomir Tassev

For months on end, Hong Kong has been the scene of intensive confrontation between pro-democracy activists and its Beijing-supported government. It now seems the financial establishment has taken a side in this conflict. Banking giant HSBC has decided to close an account used to support the protest movement in the special administrative region of China. →

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Petition to Condemn HK Police for Excessive Force and Call for Independent Inquiry – November 16, 2019

Condemn HK Police for Excessive Force against Citizens & Call for Independent Inquiry

Zac Lo started this petition to United Nations and 1 other

A Public Joint Statement from Hong Kong Citizens.

Hundreds of thousands of people in Hong Kong took to the street in recent months to protest amid the controversial extradition bill. In the latest rounds of the protest, the Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF) has been rapidly using excessive level of violence and firearms against citizens who are participating in a peaceful assembly. Confirmed firearms in use including batons, pepper spray and rubber bullets. Several unarmed participants have been reportedly beaten or shot. In some cases, we have seen the Police intentionally fired multiple tear gas in a close instance, causing chaos and danger. That being said, the Police is believed to be violating the “UN Principles on the Use of Force and Firearms by Law Enforcement Officials.” →

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