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Supporting Uprising for FREEDOM


Supporting Uprising for FREEDOM

A group to support the current uprisings for freedom across the globe.


Your views, your venting, your support!

Members: 17
Latest Activity: Sep 16, 2012

Dreadlocks Discussion Forum

Does Peaceful Protesting Work?

Started by Celticbrown. Last reply by Adam Jaymes Robinson Aug 4, 2011. 2 Replies

I just wondering what everyone thinks about this....there has never been a peaceful revolution...and I am wondering if this is just crap the ones in charge put out to keep us peaceful while they…Continue

Tags: Anarchy, Protest, Freedom

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Comment by Tori on September 21, 2011 at 6:09pm

A photo from the occupy wall st protest.


Comment by Tori on September 20, 2011 at 5:39pm

The rest are live feeds...they are in and out as people are having trouble keeping phones/cameras/computers charged.

The crowd is growing. There are Facebook pages set up for support...carpooling from other states etc.


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Comment by ☮ soaring eagle ॐ on September 20, 2011 at 5:24pm

holy shit i only looked at the 1st link that 1 cop was at least 300 pponds kneelink on the guys skull or neck he could have seriusly injured huim  that was brutal to watch i dont think i can watch the rest


Comment by Tori on September 20, 2011 at 5:09pm

broadcasts from Wall Street Occupation in NYC that started on Saturday, September 17, 2011. Peaceful Protesters have been unlawfully arrested, and abused!

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Comment by Adam Jaymes Robinson on August 4, 2011 at 1:12am

Hmm.. thats a good question.. is peaceful protest effective.. it did work for Ghandi.. but india was occupied by the british.. i think if it concerns imperialism and a occupation by a foreign land, than yes. but concerning america or any other place where the oppression is homemade i think something as radical as absolute and polar change is almost impossible. i say almost impossible because the hippies had it in the palm of their hands and threw it all away. they were much too disorganized and were too busy consuming lsd to even realize they had the power to change the most powerful country in the world. things have only gotten worse as time has passed. i see my generation becoming alot of moronic wasteoids crippled by debt. psuedo spiritual self aggrandizers who would rather post pictures of their gnarly dubstep show experience on facebook than think about how their being exploited. there are a few of us out there but not nearly enough to stand toe to toe with uncle sam. in order to topple a ineffective and deft government ALL people of that land (i think anyway) have to be united and even then old dictatorships are replaced with shiny new ones. and some people are just hard to please. i couldnt ever imagine sarah palin and glenn beck standing with zac de la rocha united in cause. the weather underground, the black panthers, and abbie hoffman were on the right path. but even those organizations was destroyed in the shadow of the colossus. so do i think that peaceful revolution is possible, the odds are terrible but miracles do happen and hopefully someday the people will wake up and stop being content with mental lullabies like jersey shore. wouldnt count on it, but then again im a cynic.

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Comment by Phatt Ash on August 3, 2011 at 11:54am

I think as human kind we all need to stand up for each other no matter what colour skin we have or what set of beliefs we stand for. i really feel the quote that you stated in your post, and really appreciate the fact that any one that stands up against the higher powers is classed as a conspiracy theorist, maybe just because people really are blind to reality but with what we are constantly bombarded with in the media and pop cultures it is easy to see how. On the other hand i do believe that in this day in age freedom is a very dangerous thing, more because there is always someone or groups that will try to take advantage for there own benefit. I also find it a little odd that after Iraq, Libya is possibly the next conflict that certain super powers can really benefit from ( makes me wonder who truly lit the flame). But that aside people all over the world have suffered greatly from the supposed leaders of there countries and this doesnt stop with arab uprisings. We as human doings rather than human beings need to come together and make a stand, but i do not believe it will be successful unless  more people turn off there t.v's and start thinking for themselves, i am afraid that we are a very long way off. Just my opinion. Sorry not the best at writing structured paragraphs but i hope you catch my drift.

Comment by Celticbrown on June 9, 2011 at 12:25am
Adam Vs The Man I watch this show every-time that he post a new one. He held a dance off at Jefferson cause they were and are still arresting ppl for dancing.
Comment by Tori on April 5, 2011 at 5:50am
I'm sorry to hear that...ignorance really is not bliss. acceptance/tolerance  is ~LOVE~ :-)
Comment by colbi godlove on April 5, 2011 at 12:49am
i got a bro like your sister. he dont care bout no one but him, he beats me up if i speak my mind or religion near him, burns my bible if i take it near him. ignorant lil prick, ignorance is very evil
Comment by Tori on February 20, 2011 at 4:20pm

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