INSTITUTIONAL RULE: A Clash Against FREEDOM
Officials think they are in control of everything…
Yes, even in control of you; or so they believe.
The 21st Century has become the stage for the showdown, perhaps the final showdown?
The looming global financial collapse appears to be bigger than anything ever recorded.
The current currency wars and military wars in this third Word War continues to escalate, and all that is required is for the biggest nation-states to “officially” declare it, for the mass public to realize WW3 is underway.
Below are reminders that the People need not be obedient slaves.
Common Law Court
Legal complaints, boycotts, and workers’ strikes are forms of disobedience.
Meanwhile protests allow institutions of control to display their true dangerous forms for all the world to see. ~Ron
Soccer & Protests, on Display for World to See
Recent report from revolution news:
People were attacked with rubber bullets, suffocated in tear gas, punched, beaten with batons, searched illegally, persecuted because they were filming or taking pictures; police even threatened to kill one of the observers; almost all observers were intimidated by police. “A Spanish legal observer , with international action on Human Rights, was hit in the leg by shrapnel from a bomb exploded moral effect sparse inches from his body and other observers of the group; another one “.
Police shot rubber bullets at medics who were trying to help the wounded, frisked and harassed some of them. Cops repeatedly stopped and tried to stop them from getting to the people who were injured so they can get first aid. Read it all here in Português – Inglés – Español.
A reporter from Midia Ninja was arrested while live streaming protests in Belo Horizonte, taken to the police station and beaten until she fainted by 5 cops, see it all here. Social media activists endured the worst oppression from police during protests; journalists from 7 international mainstream media were hurt or attacked too.
Below is a report from nytimes.com
SÃO PAULO, Brazil — Brazil reaffirmed its reputation as a powerhouse of global soccer in the opening match here of the World Cup on Thursday, setting off street parties around the country, but its widening political fissures were also on display for an international audience.
Fans inside the new stadium made obscene jeers against both President Dilma Rousseff and FIFA, the organization that oversees international soccer and the World Cup, reflecting anxieties and discontents of an economic slowdown, spending on lavish stadiums and reports of corruption involving FIFA itself.