If you don't know how to stop a tank - stop a tank factory.
Or one of hundreds of other institutions we collected on this map. They are all supporting and benefiting from the mass murder of the people of #Rojava !
follow the link to see that full map:
(note about the map: it's open for editing. So feel free to join maintaining it.)
Check out this film about HESTA (a retirement fund in Australia) I found on peertube. They're exacerbating the climate crisis by investing Health workers savings in coal and other fossil fuels.
This nationalisation of private schools thing by the Labour party in the UK is brilliant. In every sense. Sadly it won't happen, it appeals to the far left, who love the idea. Most people are Luke warm about it. The right wing are shitting their pants/thinking how good a stick it is to beat them with it is.
Then it's modified on the manifesto to no more charitable status and letting other kids use the facilities. Those who like it still like it, Luke warms, warm up. Shitters lose their beating stick as it's quite reasonable actually.
Our democracy has failed.
Solidarity is our only hope now.
Go on strike.
Break the rules.
Did Section have released a film. It's great.
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Last week I saw someone recommend rev.com as a way to make money from home by transcribing. Skeptical, I had a look to see if they were legit, and they seemed to be, so I signed up.
There's a small grammar and English quiz, and then a transcription test, to apply. If successful, you can see client transcription jobs and their pay-per-minute, choose whichever jobs you like, work as much/little as you want.
See the thing I like about #EarthStrike is at least it's able to cling to *some* antagonism. Unlike FFF and XR that are incapable of having any messaging that's not "the governments/corporations have got to change!"
Sunbeam City is a Libertarian Socialist solarpunk instance. It is ran democratically by a cooperative of like-minded individuals.