Archive for Police State

Whose House? Our House!

Posted in Police State, Revolution with tags , , on November 25, 2009 by Ⓐb Irato

(This article is another in our series of articles written for by users of the now closed online community, originally published Tue, 06 Mar 2007)

The Battle to Defend the Ungdomshuset

The people in the house have been trying to get into dialogue for a lot of years and now there is no dialogue. So now they are fighting for a place to be.“ —Simon Nyborg

Last Thursday, the silence of dawn in the Danish capital was abruptly shattered by the sound of helicopter blades. Then came the rhythmic stomping of boots on the rooftop, the hiss of tear gas canisters, the shouts of commandos, the terrified screams of residents, and the crack of doors being kicked in. The handful of youth who had been keeping a 24 hour watch over the Ungdomshuset (“Youth House”) squat proved to be no match to the overwhelming force of the heavily armed Danish anti-terror squad that descended from a police helicopter onto their roof.

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Is America Already a Police State?

Posted in Direct Action & Civil Disobedience, General News, Immigration & Borders, Police State, Revolution, Technology, War & Peace with tags , , on November 20, 2009 by Ⓐb Irato
An incomplete overview of police state legislation, domestic military deployment, and other fascist developments in the United States
(Article originally published on, Thu, 19 Mar 2009)

After writing two recent articles (now available on Guerrilla News!) covering the emerging global revolt, neither of which examined the coinciding emergence and growth of the global police state, particularly in America, I felt it was necessary to briefly evaluate the elite’s repressive response to the coming insurrection of their long-coveted slaves. This article will focus on the developing police state in the United States. An analysis of international police state developments is beyond the scope of this article and a subject deserving another article of its own, if not an entire series.

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