When it comes to nonviolent protests, we often see the police dresses as gladiators and the protesters dressed in Birkenstock sandals. Is it right to expect to receive violence in return for standing up for your rights? On this episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory, Heit & Cheri discuss both history and modern day examples of what happens when people decide to stand up for themselves.
Topics discussed include Iran Iraq War, how countries are pressured to take loans from the IMF, ”the people’s mic”, the Occupy Movement, nonviolent protests where people expect to be attacked by the police, Oakland protests, and more!
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- Discussion about the Iran/Iraq War.
- Discussion about the accusations of the use of chemical weapons during the Iran/Iraq War.
- Discussion about common enemies uniting people against that enemy.
- Discussion that some of the Iranian hostages from 1979 accused former Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as being one of the students who took hostages.
- Discussion about the U.S. and the West trying to keep a spotlight on Iran for their
- Discussion about how Iran paid for the war without going into debt–only with Iranian money.
- Discussion about how countries are pressured to take loans from the IMF.
- Discussion about Iran’s defense for developing nuclear weapons.
- Discussion about t”the people’s mic”.
- Discussion about the Occupy Movement.
- Discussion about nonviolent protests where people expect to be attacked by the police.
- How to dress for a nonviolent protest.
- Discussion about Oakland protests.
- Discussion about the renaming of Oscar Grant Plaza in Oakland.
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