Category Archives: protest

Need food, not football

http://www.globalresearch.ca/need-food-not-football-brazilian-graffiti-art-expresses-outrage-over-world-cup-photos/5386820

Great article on street art in Brazil showing the discontent with the World Cup.

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There’s a Movement in Town

Protest-movement-gains-momentum-ahead-of-Spain-pollsAfter reading about the anniversary protests in Turkey at the moment, I wondered that this has been featured so strongly in German media. Sure, Germany has a higher interest in Turkey than in most other countries but it reminded me again how one-sided and hysteria-driven the media can be and mostly is. Because at least since the Arab Spring and Occupy in 2011, protest movements have become as strong as they haven’t been since the 60s. Especially since they happen all around the world and cannot be centered on one idea but reflect the general unhappiness of people with our society. So I wondered if those protests in Turkey are really the only ones worth reporting about right now. Well, they’re not. So I googled “protests” in GoogleNews and here’s what I found on one day.

Read the full post here.