Anarchists in Greece allegedly attacked the headquarters of racist neo-nazi party Golden Dawn last week. According to the corporate media, a powerful bomb fucked up the structure of the building and blew off a door “clean off.”
Mexican anarchists and their allies, opposing the incoming president Enrique Pena Nieto, took to the streets to express their resistance to the return of the Institutional Revolutionary Party of Mexico, the same political party that was in power when the Zapatistas emerged from the jungle in 1994.
On November 14th 2012, thousands of people took to the streets of Portugal as part of a European wide general strike.
On November 25th, members of the Gidimt’en clan of the Wet’suet’en nation evicted workers from the Pacific Trails Pipeline, a project that would bring “fracked” gas to the Pacific coast for export to Asia.
The videographer asks regular people: “what is to be done?” The answers tell us how far things have progressed in Greece.
The 7th November was the night the Greek government passed the next round of deeply unpopular austerity measures. Thousands took to the streets to vent their anger.
Our friends from Global Uprisings went to Lisbon in Portugal to cover the coordinated general strike that swept Europe on November 14th, 2012.
This short documentary looks at the current social crisis in Greece, the growth of alternative economies, general strikes, and the rise of the anti-fascist movement.
Web activist and film-maker Brett Gaylor explores the issues of copyright in the information age, mashing up the media landscape of the 20th century and shattering the wall between users and producers.