This interview with a Syrian national shows the reason ultraviolence and corruption exist elsewhere is usually because we fail to stop it here. We bear this responsibility.
This first-person narrative recounts the Portland protest against police violence, the federal occupation, and the human rights abuses in ICE concentration camps at the border.
The power of our rulers is derived entirely from us. When we realize this, we can overturn the system overnight and reshape the world in whatever image we please.
Without protecting communities from the feudalistic nature of monopolies, we are, in turn, opening the gate to fascism—which is the intertwining of corporate and state.