Post-9/11 in the U.S., certain groups, governments and corporations benefited from maintaining a high level of fear among the population. Today, is the same thing happening in Tunisia?
Over the past 13 years, the War on Terror has been one of linguistic and legal contortions that allow the state to fortify itself with increasing policing and surveillance powers.
Two judicial decisions released last week in the cases of Mohamed Harkat and Hassan Diab remind us that the concept of national security is incompatible with democracy.
Nov 16, 2013
252 Bloor Street WestToronto , ON
Education conference featuring numerous lectures and panels.
Recent events have heightened the already intense level of scrutiny on the expanding, seemingly unchecked reach of the U.S. government.
In which your Activist Toolkit blogger expounds on recent miscarriages of justice and we continue to add articles as a part of the Sovereignty Summer project.
Solidarity to those resisting G8 + the security state in Ireland, as the PRISM state in NA is revealed. Fracking + pipelines resistance updates and an interview w/ KW based poet Janice Lee.
A routine trip to attend a political conference in the United States takes a bizarre turn for a Quebec student activist.
Life under a national security state is not a life. Living under such a state is simply living like a slave, or at best it is like living in a big prison, albeit one that has invisible bars.
Over the summer, the Canadian War Department has been busy seeking out new enemies and new rationales to shield a $23-billion budget that is unquestioned by all major political parties.