"Since 2000, more than 27,000 migrants and refugees have died attempting the perilous journey to Europe. With an unprecedented number of people breaking through its heavily barricaded borders in 2014, the EU continues to fortify its frontiers."
This documentary includes footage from almost every vantage point (and impressively edited together) during the Oka crisis in 1990 which I had never heard of before (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oka_Crisis).
I thought this video was a good presentation of something that sounds so silly on its face ("anarcho-monarchism"). I'll always have a fondness for Distributism because it was reading GK Chesterton in high school that first got me interested in anti-capitalist thought. I've since realized that the libertarian socialist traditions make Distributism superfluous. But while I'd rather they keep their bourgeois families, kings, and popes to themselves... I'd be happy with three acres and a cow.
The talk by Eran Efrati was filmed in Denver, Colorado on March 3, 2014 as part of The Soldier and the Refusenik U.S. tour with Maya Wind. Eran talk about his experiences in the IDF and then more broadly discusses Israel, its relationship to the U.S. and the global expansion of militarism.
"Employees at Gillman's Hardware confirmed Monday that despite the company's small size, single location, and the fact that it has been family owned and operated for over 35 years, it still manages to treat its staff as if they worked at a faceless multinational chain."
Al Jazeera's The Stream did an episode on "the anarchist movement"! I've read Crispin's book. It was surprisingly compelling for a book on political philosophy. It was so good I will probably read it again. I've also read the first third of Cindy's book. I remember it being surprisingly boring for a book about anarchism. I may have to give it another try.