Revolt Library : Revolutionary Materials from the Past

Welcome to RevoltLib! Here you will find an archive of materials from the past that once helped people to abolish the state, fight capitalism, end sexism, demolish imperialism, and eliminate all forms of social domination. Information is power — arm yourself! This archive currently contains 8,520 texts Most archives include Below we offer but three […]

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DEC. 2020 BC COVID UPDATE: ALL BUT 2 DEATHS IN LONG-TERM CARE HOMES

As announced back on December 10, 2020, by BC’s Chief Public Health Officer, Bonnie Henry: “…These have been the most tragic days we’ve had yet, we’ve had an additional 28 people die from Covid-19, bringing the total number of people who’ve died in British Columbia to 587, and all but two of these people are elders and […]

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The sleazily fluid covid vaccine narrative

By Gabriel Sinduda February 19, 2021 Special to Not Your CBC NEWS LMFAO! We’ve all heard of “changing goalposts” as a strategy for deceit, but this vaccine game is getting LOL crazy. First they squeeze an extra dose out of each vial: https://globalnews.ca/…/pfizer-vaccine-dose-syringe…/ Then they change up the recommended wait-period for the second dose, willy nilly: https://www.vicnews.com/…/feds-study-data-suggesting…/ Now–one […]

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Teal Jones seeking injunction vs. Fairy Creek Rainforest Forest Defenders

Feb. 19, 2020  For immediate release After 6 Months of Peaceful Protest Teal Jones is seeking an injunction Against Forest Defenders Protecting the Fairy Creek Rainforest BREAKING; Early this morning one of the Rainforest Flying Squad’s forest defense camps protecting the eastern portion of the Fairy Creek Rainforest was notified by the company that Teal […]

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Mexico bans GMO corn, plans to phase out imports

By Andrea Gantz|January 5, 2021 As published in Feed Strategy Objective of the decision is to contribute to food security, sovereignty Mexico has banned genetically modified corn and plans to phase out GMO corn imports and the use of glyphosate, a broad-spectrum herbicide, by January 2024. The government decree, published in the Official Federal Gazette on […]

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Why China’s control of rare earths matters

Beijing’s control of rare earths threatens to become a new source of friction with Washington but some warn any aggressive moves by China could backfire by prompting rivals to develop their own production capacity. China is exploring limiting the export of rare earth minerals that are crucial for the manufacture of American F-35 fighter jets […]

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Norway Is Still Badly Beating Canada on Climate

Weaning off petroleum is a massive challenge for both countries. But the Norwegians are clearly excelling. Bruce Campbell 10 Feb 2021 | Bruce Campbell is adjunct professor at the faculty of environmental studies at York University in Ontario. This article is republished from the Conversation under a Creative Commons license. As major oil and gas producers and exporters, […]

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Essential Farmworkers Deserve Pesticide Protections

Environmental Health News Feb. 09, 2021 By Iris Figueroa and Amy K. Liebman COVID-19 is having disproportionate impacts on our nation’s two million farmworkers, who as essential workers continue to toil in the fields despite numerous deadly outbreaks and no federal COVID-related workplace protections. COVID-19 has pulled back the veil on the strikingly poor workplace conditions of these essential workers, built by […]

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