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New comic strip to educate the public about the crime of organized stalking has been made available on the web. It is hoped this series will help educate the public about a crime for which action by the justice systems of the world is long overdue.
Eleanor White, long time activist working to fully expose the crime of organized stalking, which in recent times has also included electronic harassment, has begun a new comic strip about "Targ the target" of organized stalking and electronic harassment.
Please visit the following link for a page with clickable links to this new series:
International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement | 09.01.2009
On Thursday, August 27 the Coalition to Save the Libraries held a protest outside of City Council's chambers in City Hall. The protest was called under the auspice of the Coalition’s opposition to City Council for waiving its power to hold a hearing and vote on Nutter's “doomsday” budget, with which he threatens to cut 3,000 city jobs and many services. But the Coalition’s real nature, not as an opponent to library closures, but as an opponent to the struggle for self determination and reparations to the African community, was exposed. During the press conference/protest, Coalition to Save the Libraries organizer Zachary Hershman approached International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement organizers demanding that we take down our signs that challenge Nutter’s war budget that spends billions on police and prisons that attack the African community.
A new free e-booklet titled "Tech Talk: In the Fight to Expose and Stop the Crime of Organized Stalking and Electronic Harassment" is now available for those interested in following this topic.
A new free e-booklet titled "Tech Talk: In the Fight to Expose and Stop the Crime of Organized Stalking and Electronic Harassment," which is copyright free, is now available at this link:
For those who have been following this topic, the use of silent, through-wall technology poses extreme challenges for those who suffer the crime of organized stalking and electronic harassment (OS/EH), as the average member of the public is unaware such technology has existed for up to half a century. OS/EH targets often make assumptions about the technology which stem from lack of knowledge as to how conventional electromagnetic and acoustic signals actually work.
Since taking office, Obama, wittingly or otherwise, has headed the largest criminal enterprise in history - the mass looting of national wealth to enrich his Wall Street benefactors. He assembled a rogue economic team of Clinton/Robert Rubin retreads - to fix the current crisis they engineered.
In a March 13 article, (author and former Republican strategist) Kevin Phillips called them "recycled senior (Clinton administration) Democrats (responsible for the) tech mania, deregulation binge and (1997 - 2000) stock market bubble and crash. (Obama) extend(ed) the (disastrous) mismanagement and pro-Wall Street bias of the 2008 Bush regime bailout."
posted by: International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement, Uhuru Solidarity Movement
begins: Feb 19, 7:00 pm
ends: Feb 19, 10:00 pm
location: Songhai City Cultural Center, 3117-27 Master St, North Phila
People's Townhall Meeting: Stop the Violence in Philadelphia!
When:Thursday, February 19, 2009 7:00pm Where:Songhai City Cultural Center Contact:International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement, firstname.lastname@example.org, Uhuru Solidarity Movement, email@example.com, 215-387-0919 More Information:http://uhurunews.com
* Article originally published in spanish language in El Libertario, Venezuela, # 54, September-October 2008, that analyzes and goes over the problem of criminal violence through its social impact on contemporary Venezuela.
All opinion polls conducted in the country agree on one topic: the insecurity is the main problem for the citizens. The numbers of homicides and personal injuries place us, at present, as one of the most dangerous countries on the continent. This situation is particularly felt in the popular sectors, where there are areas with "curfews" imposed by the antisocial. Against this, the government response has been inefficient in dealing with the situation, prioritizing the repressive policies that has been amply demonstrated, are as inadequate as counterproductive.
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