24 thoughts on “NSA, Canadian spying on G20 summit

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  15. CALL For A “Say No To Capitalism & Racism Day”



    November 15 A People’s Response to the G20 Summit
    *Click peoplespowerassemblies.org/petitions/nov15endorse to endorse
    59 Street and Columbus Circle
    Facebook Event Page:

    On November 15 and 16 the heads of governments of the G20 — the world’s 20 largest economies — along with the heads of their central banks, as well as the top bankers of the world, will be holding their annual summit meeting, which is taking place this year in Turkey.

    Please support this call to make November 15, the first day of the G20 Summit – A SAY NO TO CAPITALISM AND RACISM DAY. Endorse this call and help to build the protest in NYC (and elsewhere)

    The next G20 summit will be the most important G20 meeting since the global financial crash of 2008. The current volatility in global financial markets is a sign that the world capitalist system is entering a new, more intractable and more violent crisis.

    No matter what the official G20 meeting agenda says, the question on the next G20 summit’s agenda (which in reality is dominated by the super-rich of the U.S. and the West) will be: What must be done to rescue world capitalism and the 1% that profit from its perpetuation?

    Ultimately, this means that the people of the world will be subjected to more unbearable inequality, poverty, hunger, homelessness, gentrification, neo-liberalism, austerity, more joblessness, more low wages, more war and occupation and the even greater prospect of a planet that is rapidly exhausting its capacity to sustain life.

    JUST AS OMINOUS AND DANGEROUS, the deepening world economic and political crisis will create an even greater opportunity for the manifestation of racism and fascism.

    The police war against Black people in the United States that has given rise to the powerful Black Lives Matter movement, as well as the war against Arab, African, Asian, Muslim, Indigenous and Latino/a migrants from the borders of Europe to the U.S.-Mexican border are examples of the intersection between capitalism and racism.

    The time has come for progressive forces across the world to stand up and say that capitalism can’t be reformed and should not be saved.
    We will no longer tolerate the system killing, oppressing, marginalizing, or scapegoating people of Color, migrants, poor people, women, lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer people, people with disabilities, young people and all working people.

    Sponsors Include:

    Peoples Power Assembly
    May 1st Coalition for Worker and Immigrant Rights
    International Working Womens Coalition
    *Click http://peoplespowerassemblies.org/petitions/nov15endorse to endorse


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