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Extinction Rebellion ⌛️
Most police are reasonable people. Some are idiots. No different to the rest of society. We hope that the police will soon join with the rebellion, either passively or actively, in a move that would force the government to the negotiating table.
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Extinction Rebellion ⌛️ Apr 17
Replying to @ExtinctionR
(To clarify, the person posting this tweet was talking about the individual policemen and women who are on the ground with us. Extinction Rebellion is clear that the police, as an organisation, is still institutionally racist. They are capable of extreme violence and repression.)
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Rory Apr 17
Replying to @ExtinctionR
Don't make your goals too diffuse just stick to the climate message
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New York City Antifa Apr 16
Replying to @ExtinctionR
Y’all tripping
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Kuma Apr 16
Replying to @NYCAntifa @ExtinctionR
This is some S rank bootlickery for the ages my gooodness man.
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black_crow Apr 16
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libcom dot org Apr 16
Replying to @ExtinctionR
The police exist to protect private property relations and control crowds and racialised populations.
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UK's #1 Tree Fucker Apr 16
Replying to @ExtinctionR
It doesn't if they're reasonable when their job is to protect the people murdering the biosphere.
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UK's #1 Tree Fucker Apr 16
Replying to @queerantifa
You all know I meant to say "it doesn't matter"
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Joel Apr 16
Replying to @ExtinctionR
The police are institutionally racist and since their inception have been the tool of the state in repressing working class movements that threaten the functioning of capitalism. This is hopelessly naive and dangerous
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Killjoy Apr 16
Replying to @ExtinctionR
No. Get off your high horse. The Police will always arrest and enforce the will of the state on ya'll. It's their only purpose. Always have, always will The Gov't won't save us. Green Capitalism won't save us. This liberal, pacifism won't save us. Only we can.
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dragon bald Apr 16
Replying to @ExtinctionR
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Spied Upon film Apr 16
Replying to @ExtinctionR
Next time you speak to the police: 1. Ask them how many of their undercover are currently infiltrating ER 2. Ask them if they know how many private spies (mainly ex-police) are targeting ER on behalf of corporate clients like Shell, BP, etc
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taisie Apr 16
Replying to @ExtinctionR
The police are not your friends, they are one of the directly repressive arms of the British state, which is clearly implicated in climate devastation
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Read A Lie Too Big To Fail,JFK and the Unspeakable Apr 16
By failing to analyse the role intelligence agencies play in our society you have already failed. Try the cia as organised crime - , the devil’s chessboard - david talbot, mi6 - stephen dorril. These institutions act on CORPORATE interests. Like BP and CHEVRON
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Zero G Badillion Apr 16
I absolutely recommend reading those books. I don't know if that's the best way to recommend them to a very well meaning committed group of activists, a good number of whom are probably at least familiar with the issue.
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Read A Lie Too Big To Fail,JFK and the Unspeakable Apr 16
Probably i could have been less unfriendly, but i do fundamentally believe any movement that doesn’t incorporate awareness of the brutality of state power (cointelpro type things, assassinations etc) into its message is doomed..am pessimistic about extinction rebellion doing this
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Zero G Badillion Apr 16
I am pessimistic about turning this around. I tried to make an issue out of Sullivan & Cromwell's being Hillary's largest career campaign donor right up until Jan. 2015..... Got nowhere at all. I don't have any real answers, but there are always people within movements who
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Zero G Badillion Apr 16
look deeper into things.
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Read A Lie Too Big To Fail,JFK and the Unspeakable Apr 16
For sure, it’s all about getting the right info (correspondingly the most censored info) to the people who are paying attention. If just 1 or 2 ppl in extinction rebellion pick up devil’s chessboard from seeing my unnecessarily rude tweet i count that as worthwhile
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Read A Lie Too Big To Fail,JFK and the Unspeakable Apr 16
my worry with the more well branded movements is that fitting in with their aesthetic can matter more to ppl than things like being effectual
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Zero G Badillion Apr 16
I know, we've seen many orgs go completely corporate, NGO's align with the State Dept., all sorts of once verboten things.
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