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Occupy the Media Collective
Occupy the Media is 10 shows featuring News, Interviews and Life as Activists / Resistance Culture / Anti-Corporatist / Anarchism / Occupy / Nonviolence / People Over Profit / Anti Corruption / Human Rights/ No War
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November 30, 2015 12:00 PM PST

The deservedly-despised Trans Pacific Partnership is front and center in our discussion this week. Ellen talks with author and producer of the "Secret of Oz" movie Bill Still, who discusses the consolidation of monetary power and the quest for total global control. Co-host Walt McRee talks to one of the central figures leading the public campaign to stop this misnamed corporate coup, Dr. Margaret Flowers, of Flush the TPP.org.  And Matt Stannard once again brings the focus back to the moral implications of the pact that have been ignored.   

November 30, 2015 08:00 AM PST
This week, let's take a peak at the TPP uprising in DC last week and get inspired to jump on board for the next one.

Next, money in politics may not be the sexiest issue to talk about but it is the biggest – from tweets to marching in the streets, here are some bad ass ways to join the fight.

Next, inaction is dangerous game, Stuart Schuffman aka broke ass stuart talks living cheaply and running for mayor, and finally, opt outside, don't buy shit and happy thanksgiving.

But first, let me muse on a muse I once came across ---- peddling tunes on a crowded street late afternoon.

**Note: there is a slideshow with images and video in this episode - visit the episode page to see them in the show!


Site List:



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November 29, 2015 09:00 AM PST

WUGD - Black Friday 2015

“We have such a strong desire to live with hope and human dignity that existence without them is impossible. When reactionary forces crush us, we must move against these forces, even at the risk of death…” 

– Huey P. Newton; founder, Black Panther Party for Self Defense.



“Can’t Hold Us”– Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

“Hustin” – Lil Boosie & Webbie

“Civil Disobedience” – Sage Francis

“Sweet Leaf” – Black Sabbath

“Fvck Swag” – Nominel

“This Is How We Do” – The Game, ft. 50 Cent

“Super Flexin”– Manolo Rose, ft. French Montana



“Ghetto Boy” – Stephen Marley, ft. Bounty Killer and Cobra

“List Of Demands (Reparations)” – Saul Williams

“Hell Y’all Ain’t Talmbout” – Vita Elizabeth Cleveland

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



Thanksgiving: Family Tradition…Or [Amerikkkan] Fascism…?, Minneapolis: Eyewitnesses To Racist Terror (#BlackLivesMatter), Sensei Lewis & Jacob Brown Speak On Syria/Western Imperialism/BlackLivesMatter, and so much MORE!

Click here to learn the true story of amerikkka’s “Thanksgiving”.

Click here for an important firearms safety video. Click here for another one.

November 28, 2015 08:46 AM PST

Economic Update: Big vs Small Business

Updates on Japan's Recession, half of New York City economically in trouble, ACA deductibles undermine affordability, Million student March, another crooked capitalist. Response to listeners on private vs public enterprises. Major topics: small vs big business and big ideas not being discussed in campaigns.
November 27, 2015 10:45 AM PST

Solving the Climate Crisis is in Our Hands

At the end of November, national leaders will meet in Paris, France for the United Nation’s COP 21 to try to put together a new treaty to replace the Kyoto Treaty which expires in 2020. With atmospheric CO2 levels continuing to rise, this may be too little too late. And there is concern that the Paris Treaty will be non-binding and will be threatened by binding treaties such as the TransPacific Partnership (TPP) which will drive more fossil fuel extraction and prevent actions to address the climate crisis. It is up to our communities to take action now and we speak with two people who are doing that. Courtney White who has published a new book, “Two Percent Solutions for the Planet: 50 Low-Cost, Low-Tech, Nature-Based Practices for Combatting Hunger, Drought and Climate Change” speaks about ways that communities can work together now to lower carbon footprints and sequester carbon. Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, youth director of the Earth Guardians, works locally and globally fighting pollution and fossil fuel extraction. He is helping to organize a global youth climate strike on November 30.


Relevant articles and websites:

Two Percent Solutions for the Planet (Summary)

Two Percent Solutions for the Planet (Book)

A West that Works

Quivara Coalition

Earth Guardians

Climate Strike



1cwCourtney White is a former archaeologist and Sierra Club activist, Courtney dropped out of the `conflict industry’ in 1997 to co-found The Quivira Coalition. Today, his work with Quivira concentrates on building economic and ecological resilience on working landscapes, with a special emphasis on carbon ranching and the new agrarian movement. Courtney’s writing has appeared in numerous publications, including Farming, Acres Magazine, Rangelands, and the Natural Resources Journal. His essay “The Working Wilderness: a Call for a Land Health Movement” was published by Wendell Berry in 2005, in his collection of essays titled The Way of Ignorance. In 2008, Island Press published Courtney’s first book Revolution on the Range: the Rise of a New Ranch in the American West. In 2010, Courtney was awarded the Michael Currier Award for Environmental Service by the New Mexico Community Foundation.


X headshot 2Xiuhtezcatl Martinez (his first name pronounced ‘Shoe-Tez-Caht&rsquowinking is a 15-year-old indigenous environmental activist, hip-hop artist and public speaker from Boulder, Colorado. He has spoken at over 100 events around the world.  He is also the youth director of Earth Guardians, an International youth based environmental non-profit organization that is committed to protecting the water, air, earth, and atmosphere. At the early age of six, Xiuhtezcatl began speaking to crowds at conferences and demonstrations from the Rio+20 United Nations Summit in Rio de Janeiro to the United Nations in New York. Locally he has worked on successful campaigns to get pesticides out of parks, regulate coal ash and help achieve bans and moratoria on fracking in Colorado cities. He has traveled across the nation and to many parts of the world educating his generation about the state of the planet they are inheriting and inspiring them into action to protect their future. His work has been featured on PBS, Showtime, National Geographic, Rolling Stones, Upworthy and HBO. In 2013, Xiuhtezcatl received the 2013 United States Community Service Award from President Obama, and was the youngest of 24 national change-makers chosen to serve on the President’s youth council.  He is the 2015 recipient of the Peace First Prize and the Nickelodeon Halo Award. Bill Mckibben of 350.org calls Xiuhtezcatl “an impressive spokesman for a viewpoint the world needs to hear.”

November 26, 2015 11:18 AM PST

Johan Galtung is the founder of the discipline of peace studies. He founded the International Peace Research Institute in Oslo in 1959 and the Journal of Peace Research in 1964, and has helped found dozens of peace centers. He has taught peace studies at universities all over the world, and mediated hundreds of conflicts. He is author or coauthor of over 160 books, and is cited and discussed in many thousands. He is the founder of Transcend Peace University and Transcend International. Seehttp://transcend.org

Total run time: 29:00

Host: David Swanson.
Producer: David Swanson.
Music by Duke Ellington.

Syndicated by Pacifica Network.

Please encourage your local radio stations to carry this program every week!


November 25, 2015 10:00 AM PST

Occupy Radio: Occupy Today, with Arun Gupta, and Michael Gould-Wartofsky

Four years out from Zuccotti Park, what are the chances for an Occupy 2.0? Bernie Sanders appears to be carrying the Occupy torch with his dark-horse candidacy heavy with anti-Wall Street rhetoric. Bernie’s enthusiastic crowds seem to indicate that hostility for the financial titans is still fertile ground for organizing. But with Black Lives Matter leading the charge today, can a resurgent popular uprising limit itself to income inequality?


Arun Gupta, of the Occupied Wall Street Journal, and Michael Gould Wartofsky, author of the book, The Occupiers, join Occupy Radio to discuss the status of the Occupy movement today.


The Occupiers





Arun Gupta: What Became of Occupy Wall Street




November 24, 2015 07:49 AM PST

Chaos Theory Radio: Trump is a Fascist! Media is Complicit with War, Silencing Journalists and the Paris Climate Protest Crackdown!

Special Just-the-Fries Thanksgiving Week Episode.

Freedom Fries:

All About Paris:

Contractors’ War Bonanza as France unleashes hell on ISIS.

War stocks are up Up UP!

Glenn Greenwald on the media complicity with war/hatred Arm Sales boost from terrorism fear mongering. Video Democracy Now clip.


We got scammed by government contractors in Afghanistan and Iraq


Not letting journalists do their jobs. Greenwald Article


Edward R Murrow clip


Paris Climate Summit and French Authorities Not allowing the planned march or any related activities. Absurd beyond words!

People from Africa, South America rain forest, Alberta Tar Sands voices being blocked


Want to hear more from our cohosts?

David Geitgey Sierralupe:





Sue Sierralupe:




Johnny K Dangers Twitter:


November 23, 2015 09:31 AM PST
This week: since when did stupidity become so popular? I guess since dinosaurs wore saddles – yes, saddles.

Next up, education is a right and it's time to stop treating students like customers at a luxury store.

#BlackOnCampus sheds light on the sweeping issue of racism in our schools and let these be calls to action for all students – time to rise up, we've been silent too long.

Next, can't see the dying forest through the green-washing and finally, nous sommes unis.

But first, we knocked something over – now we need to clean it up.



This week's site list:


  • facebook.com/MillionStudentMarch
  • 350.org
  • NRDC.org
  • desmogblog.com
  • avaaz.org
  • occupy.com/donate

Read more at http://actout.libsyn.com/#CjZRQHr3meEx16Gx.99

November 22, 2015 12:36 PM PST

WUGD - Sheep De France

“The past year has seen a number of high-profile race-related incidents dominate the headlines in America, bringing the topic of racism back into the spotlight across the country, and like most other major issues that take center stage in the crusader media, racism does not go ignored by the Muslim minority living in the lands of kufr. Their “leaders” address the issue with an effort to give the topic an “Islamic” flavor, but typically fall short. When tackling the issue from such a perspective,
“Islamic” preachers and writers often do so with humanistic undertones that seek to portray Islam as a religion of peace that teaches Muslims to coexist with all.
Deluded by the open-ended concept of “tolerance,” they cite numerous āyāt and ahādīth that – rightfully so – serve to demonstrate that racial hatred has no place in Islam, but they do so for the purpose of advancing an agenda that attempts to “Islamize” more “liberal” concepts that the kuffār apply across the board for achieving evil, such as political pluralism, freedom of religion , and acceptance of sodomites…”
– editorial from the ISIS-produced magazine Dabiq (issue #11).


“9 Millimeta Boys” – Eightball & MJG

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Trilla” – A$AP Rocky

“As Long As You Love Me (Tuned Down For What..? remix)” – Justin Bieber

“Dat’s Outta Here” – Mistah F.A.B.

“Owner Of A Lonely Heart” – Yes

“African Tribal Drums” – Demba Dyasan



“Listening” – Sapient

“Forever” – Gensu Dean, ft. Large Professor

“Simulation Theory” – Silas Blak, ft. Aslan Rife

“Handcuffs” – Bellringer, ft. Sweedish

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Brotherly Love



Yusef Bunchy Shakur: Interview with former U.S. political prisoner ‘Marshall’ Eddie Conway, Commentary by current U.S. political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal, The TRUTH about Paris and the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL), and a lot more…!

Click on the image (above) to see the unprovoked armed attack upon 130 students in 8 buses by the Federal Police of Mexico in Ayotzinapa (en Espanol). Click here to see the aftermath.

Go here and here to learn more about the actual brand of “[His]lam” (Lol) practiced by ISIS/ISIL today.

And have a look at a special study guide/article on the material and moral crisis of willing support for imperialist amerikkka by its residents.


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