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Ted Nuget “There Is No GUN VIOLENCE! There Is Criminal Violence And They Use An Assortment Of Tools”
Russian punks Pussy Riot have been arrested over their February protest at Moscow’s Christ the Saviour cathedral. Beginning on 3 March, the day before the presidential election that saw Vladimir Putin return to power, six band members were charged in connection with hate crimes and violations of public order.
Two of the musicians remain in custody, where they have begun a hunger strike. Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhin are protesting against the conditions of their arrest, which will see them kept behind bars until a late April hearing. They both have young children: Tolokonnikova has a four-year-old son and Alyokhin’s daughter is five. The women “will starve in jail until they are returned to their children”, Pussy Riot explained on their website.
If the accused are found guilty, they face up to seven years in prison. “These citizens were taken in on suspicion of committing a crime, one involving a gross violation of public order, including inciting religious hatred as part of a planned conspiracy,” announced the government’s press service. The band members claim they were interrogated for seven hours, beginning at 4am; the investigators allegedly revealed the case was being directed “from the highest levels”, with a focus not just on Pussy Riot’s protest but on “all anti-state activities”.
http://thejuicemedia.com RAP NEWS episode 10: The year we’ve all been waiting for – 2012AD (or 184.108.40.206.0, if you ask a Mayan) – is finally here. What will happen? Will we see the poles shift or a paradigm shift? Will a rogue Sumerian planet smash into our solar system, plunging us into serfdom under the iron fist of a race of gold-hungry aliens? Or are the aliens already here? Or are all these merely humanity’s collective projections of itself as it careens towards an ever-accelerating super-connected cyber-reality – whatever that means… One thing’s sure, if 2011 was a prelude of things to come, 2012 is going to be one hell of a year. Now that it has arrived, are we ready? Join your host Robert Foster and his guests, Terrence Moonseed and General Baxter, as they conduct an in-depth rap analysis into the future, and humanity’s place in it. Happy New YERA!
Demonstrators were gathering outside the Indonesian Consulate in L.A. today to decry authorities treatment of punk rockers in the island nation last week.
A concert in Banda Aceh was raided and 65 fans were arrested and brought to a police camp for “reeducation.” Perhaps most notoriously, however, the peacock hair of the punk rockers was shaved by authorities.
VIVAnews – The Governor of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, Irwandi Yusuf, backs up measures taken up by the police in Aceh following arrest of dozens of young men and women of so-called punks in the province. The governor claimed the action has no relation with the implementation of Islamic law in Aceh.
“People often relate this with the Sharia law in Aceh. In fact, it has nothing to do with it,” Irwandi said today, Dec 20.
Police, said Irwandi, only wanted the punkers to attend school, work and go home to their parents.
“It’s true that they have their rights. But, the government must also think about their future,” said Irwandi, who is running for the second term of Aceh Governor’s office.
Regarding the method, Irwandi said, that it is up to police standards. For instance, to join the police, students need to be shaved, soaked in water, and other disciplinary acts.
“To be more precise about it, ask the Police Chief,” Irwandi said.
Irwandi said that the measure was not against Human Rights.
“Who will think about their rights in the future? They cannot live like this forever, sleeping on sidewalks,” said Irwandi. “All I’m asking is that for them to live a normal life even if they have to sleep in parks.”
“If they make mistakes, they should be offered help. Even if they violate the law by falsifying documents and using illegal drugs, although not all of them use drugs, but they still need to be corrected by the police,” said Irwandi. “About the head shaving and being immersed in pool, well, that’s the police’s method.”
Dozens of young men and women have been detained for being “punk” and disturbing the peace in Aceh, Indonesia’s most devoutly Muslim province. They are being held in a remedial school, where they are undergoing “re-education”.
The 64 punks, many of whom are from as far away as Bali or Jakarta, were picked up on Saturday night during a local concert.
Two legendary rockers are heading to Zuccotti Park this afternoon to show their support for the Occupy Wall Street movement.
An acoustic performance by David Crosby and Graham Nash is scheduled to begin around 3 p.m.
Meantime, protestors seem to be planning ahead for what’s sure to be cooler days.
They began setting up sturdier tents in the park yesterday.
The tents are described as military grade and can withstand frigid temperatures.
Why is the FBI is targeting U.S. peace activists? Plus, how social media is changing the face of music.
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Low Key Performs Long Live Palestine.
This music video is about the Pentagons ultimatum to stop WikiLeaks from releasing several military documents. The rap battles back and forth on behalf of WikiLeaks to release the info and the Pentagon telling them not to, take a look!
An original song by Brian Haner about the Arizona immigration law. God Bless Arizona.
Music can do more with one song than a politician with twenty speeches – believes American rapper Talib Kweli. In his interview to RT he says ‘people like John McCain and Jan Brewer, these people have been in politics for a long time and they — for lack of a better word and with all the respect — have to die off for change. Their time is up and they are just grasping at whatever they can grasp, with ethnic studies and SB 1070 [Arizona's immigration law]. These things that make no sense but they make perfect sense for that mentality and that mentality is on its way out’.
The Official Protest Song of the 2010 G-20 Summit in Toronto.
What can I say about the events of today? Lowkey says it for me and I am sure for millions of people out there too.