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123,678.  You’ve created fertile ground for the rise of American fascism.  And our only response now is sustained mass acts of civil disobedience.  (Corporation & United States of America & Democracy & Solidarity & Protest & Dissent & Revolution)  Chris Hedges, lecture Seattle University 2018, Corporate Totalitarianism: The End Game *****

 

123,679.  The state will be viscious … They will throw everything at us … We have no time left just from climate change, we have no time left, and in that sense resistance becomes a moral imperative.  We have to stop being constrained by the tyranny of the practical.  (Corporation & United States of America & Democracy & Solidarity & Protest & Dissent & Revolution)  ibid.

 

123,680.  Revolution is what I’m calling for … I’m calling for the overthrow of the corporate state.  (Corporation & United States of America & Democracy & Solidarity & Protest & Dissent & Revolution)  ibid.

 

123,681.  But if we don’t stand up, it can’t be seen and we can’t use the word hope.  I don’t know if we will win.  I don’t even know if we will survive as a species.  But these corporate forces have us by the throat and they have my children by the throat.  And in the end, I don’t fight fascists because I will win, I fight facists because they are fascists.  (Corporation & United States of America & Democracy & Solidary & Protest & Dissent & Revolution & Fascism)  ibid.

 

 

123,917.  Montreal 2012: A student strike in opposition to a tuition hike rocked the streets of the city for over six months … The numbers on the streets would reach over 100,000.  Police routinely clubbed students and their allies.  (Protest & Strike & Student)  Street Politics 101, 2013

 

123,918.  The students would take over the streets …  (Protest & Strike & Student)  ibid.  

 

123,919.  Quebec: Over 200,000 people filled the streets of the city.  (Protest & Strike & Student)  ibid.

 

 

123,958.  Before the tents, the pepper-spraying, the evictions, and all those memes, Occupy Wall Street was a disparate group of activists roaming around north Manhattan.  They felt cheated that American politics had become so bloated with corporate money that something had to give.  (Protest & Solidarity & Internet)  Free the Network, 2012, Motherboard short 30.45

 

123,959.  Vigilante group Anonymous had thrown its weight behind the movement early on.  (Protest & Solidarity & Internet)  ibid.

 

123,960.  Freedom towers: these independent Wi-Fi sources can be seen beaming out free, secure internet.  (Protest & Solidarity & Internet)  ibid.   

 

123,961.  ‘Fucking this internet.  Let’s build our own.’  (Protest & Solidarity & Internet)  ibid.   

 

 

124,041.  1996: A large gas field was discovered off the west coast of Ireland.  With the gas came the prospect of economic prosperity for the west.  It was planned to feed the gas underwater via a high pressure pipe to the coast.  The raw gas would then travel 9 kilometres inland through farms in Rossport to a refinery at Ballinaboy.  If the pipe fails, the consequences could be catastrophic.  (Gas & Protest & Dissent)  The Pipe, 2010  

 

124,042.  2005: ‘Five men from County Mayo are in prison this evening for blocking the construction of a gas pipeline through their land by the multinational energy company Shell.’  (Gas & Protest & Dissent)  ibid.  news 

 

124,043.  3rd October 2006 Refinery Construction Site: ‘The state really went to war against us and with one intent, and that is to break the momentum of what is going on.’  (Gas & Protest & Dissent)  ibid.

 

124,044.  2008: Shell announce a new alternative pipeline route in an attempt to satisfy local community concerns.  (Gas & Protest & Dissent)  ibid.

 

 

124,167.  We ended up running smack dab in the middle of these riots and protests … ongoing for well over a month …  (Paris & Protest)  Truthstream Media: What’s Really Going Down in Paris? 2018 

 

124,168.  It was like riding up on a movie set … There’s nothing else to do; everything is closed.  (Paris & Protest)  ibid.

 

124,169.  At least 100,000 [rozzers] in the city, and everywhere they had shields and helmets, and a lot of use of tear-gas.  (Paris & Protest)  ibid.  

 

 

124,202.  The year since the 2008 collapse have been marked by demonstrations around the world … In some countries the struggle went much further.  (Banksters & Finance & Wall Street & Protest)  Meltdown: The Secret History of the Financial Global Collapse III: Paying the Price, CBC 2011

 

 

128,593.  In 1969 homosexual acts were illegal in every state except Illinois.  That summer New York City police raided the Stonewall Inn, a popular gay bar in Greenwich Village.  Few photographs of the raid and riots that followed exist.  (Homosexual & Protest & New York City & Pub & Oppression)  American Experience: Stonewall Uprising, PBS 2019

 

128,594.  Something snapped – what?  This is not right.  (Homosexual & Protest & New York City & Pub & Oppression)  ibid.  dude    

 

128,595.  That’s what it was – it was a war.  (Homosexual & Protest & New York City & Pub & Oppression)  ibid.  dude #2  

 

128,596.  The whole house of cards that was the system of oppression of gay people began to crumble.  (Homosexual & Protest & New York City & Pub & Oppression)  ibid.  dude #3  

 

 

128,723.  Every Saturday we go to demonstrate in Paris.  (France & Oppression & Protest & Solidarity & Civil Liberties & Demonstration & Free Assembly & Repression)  Georgia Pouliquen, Alternative View 10 lecture, ‘The 21st Century French Yellow Vest Revolution, Youtube 1.11.49

 

128,724.  I want to provide a testimony from France to the world about massive domestic oppression in my country France and violence of our government.  (France & Oppression & Protest & Solidarity & Civil Liberties & Demonstration & Free Assembly & Repression)  ibid.  Georgia’s video testimony

 

128,725.  Yellow Vests are a humanist movement, a beautiful movement, and now we suffer massive domestic oppression … This is about freedom, and goverment commits violence of fundamental human rights here in France.  (France & Oppression & Protest & Solidarity & Civil Liberties & Demonstration & Free Assembly & Repression)  ibid.   

 

128,726.  That’s not crowd control: that’s massive and bloody repression, and French government try to hide the truth.  (France & Oppression & Protest & Solidarity & Civil Liberties & Demonstration & Free Assembly & Repression)  ibid.

 

128,727.  Macron passed a law to prevent us to demostrate in the streets: now it’s an offence … We don’t have freedom of assembly any more.  (France & Oppression & Protest & Solidarity & Civil Liberties & Demonstration & Free Assembly & Repression)  ibid.

 

128,728.  A lot of young people lost an eye.  (France & Oppression & Protest & Solidarity & Civil Liberties & Demonstration & Free Assembly & Repression)  ibid.

 

128,729.  We have no choice: that’s a survival movement.  (France & Oppression & Protest & Solidarity & Civil Liberties & Demonstration & Free Assembly & Repression)  ibid.

 

 

130,963.  What no-one foresaw was how a protest within the H blocks of the Maze prison would ignite the Republican political project.  The government had stopped treated jailed Republicans like prisoners of war.  In protest, cells were covered in excrement, blankets replace prison uniform, and prisoners began to go on hunger strike.  (Northern Ireland & IRA & Protest & Starvation)   The Troubles: A Secret History III, BBC 2019

 

130,964.  Sands was put forward as an independent candidate in the by-election in Fermanagh South Tyrone … and died on Day 66 of his strike.  (Northern Ireland & IRA & Protest & Starvation)  ibid.

 

130,965.  Ten men had starved to death before the protest ended.  (Northern Ireland & IRA & Protest & Starvation)  ibid.

 

 

131,059.  In June 1989 a lone figure halting a battalion of tanks in the Chinese capital Beijing sent shockwaves around the world.  It is an act which China itself prefers to forget.  What had started as a peaceful student protest calling for freedom and democracy ended seven weeks later in carnage.  (China & Protest & Demonstration & Strike & Student)  Storyville: Tiananmen: The People v the Party, BBC 2019

 

131,060.  Thirty years on, eye-witness accounts and secret documents now help provide a deeper understanding of how the Tiananmen massacre changed the course of Chinese history.  (China & Protest & Demonstration & Strike & Student)  ibid.  

 

131,061.  Large scale protests broke out in 21 provinces.  (China & Protest & Demonstration & Strike & Student)  ibid.   

 

131,062.  On the evening of May 19th Premiere Li Peng revealed to the Party the emergency plan to suppress the students.  (China & Protest & Demonstration & Strike & Student)  ibid.   

 

131,063.  More than 200,000 soldiers from the People’s Liberation Army had been deployed.  (China & Protest & Demonstration & Strike & Student)  ibid.   

 

131,064.  The hunger strike was abandoned in favour of the permanent occupation of the Square.  (China & Protest & Demonstration & Strike & Student)  ibid.   

 

131,065.  Martial law was under threat from within through an unprecedented mutiny within every rank of the People’s Army itself.  (China & Protest & Demonstration & Strike & Student)  ibid.   

 

131,066.  On May 23th one million Beijing workers staged a mass strike in support of the student’ call for democracy.  (China & Protest & Demonstration & Strike & Student)  ibid.   

 

131,067.  News of the crackdown had brought more people out on the streets … They were the first to discover the brutal truth.  (China & Protest & Demonstration & Strike & Student)  ibid.   

 

 

131,792.  For five months huge protests have rocked Hong Kong.  Hundreds of thousands of people taking on the authorities and the might of China.  So why are they risking so much in an ever more violent battle.  And how will this struggle end for ordinary Hong Kongers?  (Hong Kong & Protest & Demonstration)  Our World, Inside the Hong Kong Protests, BBC 2019  

 

131,793.  Since June hundreds of thousands of protesters have been out on thee streets in Hong Kong.  The demonstrations were sparked by a proposed law change allowing the extradition of Hong Kongers to face trial on mainland China, but they morphed into a movement demanding democracy and an end to the steady erosion of rights.  (Hong Kong & Protest & Demonstration)  ibid.  

 

131,794.  Holly is one of many dedicated first aid volunteers.  (Hong Kong & Protest & Demonstration)  ibid.