Yo Soy 132 is a Mexican protest movement centered around the democratization of the country and its media. It began as opposition to the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) candidate Enrique Peña Nieto and the Mexican media’s allegedly biased coverage of the 2012 general election. The name Yo Soy 132, Spanish for “I Am 132″, originated in an expression of solidarity with the protest’s initiators. Wiki
Arron Griffin from In Our Hearts explains an anarchists view on OWS. Union Square, Easter Sunday.
I received an email from Aaron on December 4, 2012. He wishes to make this statement: “In regards to people who participate in black blocs, I feel that the statement ‘property destruction is not violence’ was an oversimplification, and doesn’t accurately describe my position on it. Things can easily be distorted from that, and I am personally dedicated to nonviolent, constructive means. I simply regret my choice of words.”
My Pal Lipbone Redding former Gametones bandmate and superstar of the Lipbone Orchestra.