Freedom’s long-running US correspondent does his monthly roundup of some of the lesser-known stories that have emerged over the last few weeks. The Run ’em Over law In the middle of January, the legislature in North Dakota took an extraordinary move to confront those protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). They tried to make it
On Monday 19th February, the High Court ruled that it wouldn’t allow the legal case against the UK government over arms sales to Israel to proceed.
Forced mobilisation is supported by all those whom it does not affect.
So, no matter how much we, as anarchists, rightly criticise Navalny, for us, his death is the murder by the state of a political opponent of the regime.
On Monday, a group of over 100 protesters blockaded two sites of Israel's largest weapons manufacturer, Elbit Systems, shutting them both down for over 5 hours in spite of a heavy police presence.
Glass panels were cracked, and the front doors were covered in red paint, symbolising the bloodshed of the Palestinian people.