Aw@l

Smash The State Report - May 11 - Black Blocks, Red Squares, Chilean Students, + Antifa WorldWide!

| May 23, 2012

Podcast




Artist: AW@L Radio
Title: 2012-05-11-smashthestate
Album: AW@L Radio
Year: 2012
Genre: podcasts
Length: 0:51:28
Format: 44.1kHz, 128Kbps

Show Notes:

Smash The State Report - May 11 - Black Blocks, Red Squares, Chilean Students, + Antifa WorldWide!

Friday May 11th 2012 - The Quebec student strike spreads as the Charest government turns to increasingly draconian measures to disrupt the momentum of an emerging social movement. We read pieces from Megan Kinch, Stefan Christoff, and a translation from the Rouge Squad - Black Bloc and Red Square to explore the on the ground accounts and first hand analysis.

Check the whole episode: here

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We then read an open letter to the ontario minister of social services from an unrepentant Julian Ichim - Those who Sow Misery Reap Rage, then jump into an update from the repression of Indigenous Mapuché in Qallmapu and students in Chile.

The STS report finishes with some anti fascist news from europe including a failed attack on a workers picket by EDL boneheads, the trashing of neo-nazi political offices in Greece, and a massive NO! to white supremacists on May Day in Eskilstuna, Sweden.

We also give the oral announcement/invitation of the Common Cause Day School taking place saturday june 2nd 2012 in waterloo.

This is a weekly 2-hour radio show AW@L Radio on CKMS 100.3 http://soundfm.ca from 16:00-18:00 on Fridays.

Check the whole episode: here

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