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Smash the State Report - May 18

Friday May 18th 2012 - A Smash the State Report looks at Canada's imminent anti-masking law, protests against anti-immigrant/refugee bill C-31, new tactics and weapons for the US military/NATO, canada's hidden wars, and more dictatorial behaviour by the #huckfarper government.

We Also feature a section on anti-mining activities including those of Sakura Saunders of Protest Barrick and the announcement of a new project by hip-hop heads Test Their Logik.

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

This show features a news Song from LAL and a recording of Remi Kanazi's Poem for Gaza

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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