Solidarity & Unity

Steel Pulse-Handsworth Revolution

Arohanui (big love) to all the crews & whanau that turned up inside and outside the Court today.
Kia kaha tatou

Poaka defend scuffle arrest

APEC's banned persons 'will be contacted'

'Excluded' protester to march against APEC

Concerns over tough APEC police powers

DALE MILLS: Because what it means is that in every big protest in the future there may be similar emergency powers, then similar emergency powers are introduced at small protests then the emergency powers may become permanent.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

your words are fire and i hope they quench the thirst for democracy and peace...

i find your reportage riveting and seductive in an engrossing fascination. i too have the same problem that satire often breeds miscomment and feeds more fear. there are underlying truths to the anger and disgust we feel as humans watching the terrorist acts of our fellow humans, but that macabre sensationalism and extreme reaction is inside all of us individually too. where do we come up for air and get a grip on what we are doing and the repercussions of our own thoughts and acts in the big scheme of things. it is a thin thread we walk as cavaliers.

my experience has been that negative breeds negative and forgiveness is in order, so where do we begin? are we able to forgive hitler, mussolini, nixon, bush, israel, china, russia? where do we begin?

go to peace...