Global Injustice Blog Posts

Demonstration Against Monsanto Week

From Agent Orange To Genetically Modified Food, Can We Trust Them? American activists have called for a week of direct action against Monsanto – the largest company pushing GM technology onto the world. This week has been selected because this...
by When East Meets West on Jan 27, 2012

Holding on to Economic Disaster

As many millions of people continue to sink below the line and into poverty the Government continues to hold on to an Economic Disaster. We all know that its going to crash, so I guess the question is how many more people must sink below the line bef...
by When East Meets West on Jan 24, 2012

Dan Ashman Litigant-In-Person

Submitted by Dan Ashman, Litigant-in-Person in the case of City of London Corporation v Occupy London. Before Judgement I felt compelled to stand as a litigant-in-person; it was not an intellectual decision. At first I felt no fear. Later, even the p...
by When East Meets West on Jan 19, 2012

Anonymous Anti SOPA – Stop Online Censorship

The stop online piracy act is a bill that is being discussed in the United States house of representatives  in the senate. There has been a lot of discussion and extreme caution about this bill and what it means. The bill was introduced on the 26th...
by When East Meets West on Jan 19, 2012

A True State Of Justice?

Well we didn’t expect any less, but due to the courteous nature of the Judge there was a ray of hope amongst some occupiers including myself. After todays hearing we have confirmed one thing; The true state of justice in this country. The Unite...
by When East Meets West on Jan 18, 2012

War and Genocide

We call them by different names, but what is War and Genocide and what is the difference? War – A state of armed conflict between different nations or states or different groups within a nation or state. Genocide – The deliberate killing...
by When East Meets West on Jan 15, 2012

Tony Blair: Treason and War Crimes

After illegally signing the EU treaty and with the Blood of over 1.4 million Iraqis on his hand Tony Blair still walks free and still continues to push for war in Iran. To keep things simple and to the point we will look at each of these crimes indiv...
by When East Meets West on Jan 13, 2012

Anonymous Anti SOPA – Stop Online Piracy Act

The stop online piracy act is a bill that is being discussed in the United States house of representatives  in the senate. There has been a lot of discussion and extreme caution about this bill and what it means. The bill was introduced on the 26th...
by When East Meets West on Jan 12, 2012

Separated By Economic Crisis

Having entered the tenth month of separation from my fiancée who lives in Thailand I feel it is time to reflect on the situation and try to make sense of how I am able to cope for such a long amount of time. But first I should give some background i...
by When East Meets West on Jan 7, 2012

Indigenous Peoples’ Rights: Globalised System’s Wrong

Tribal Peoples’ Rights: The Globalised System’s Wrong Corporations, development and neoliberalism violently destroy the lives, livelihoods and lands of groups who offer globalised society an alternative. These groups of people genuinely strive fo...
by When East Meets West on Jan 6, 2012

How cultures survive Genocide

How cultures survive Genocide You don’t need to have a Ph.D to sense the dark past of our countries.  Television on the rare occasion would provide a glimpse into an unfamiliar world. Even as a child the images on Children In Need and Comic Relief...
by When East Meets West on Jan 5, 2012

NDAA: Hope you don’t get indefinitely detained

As we know Obama has signed the latest NDAA, this bill is one of the most controversial bills in our history. Obama himself stated “The fact that I support this bill as a whole does not mean I agree with everything in it. In particular, I have...
by When East Meets West on Jan 4, 2012
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