N-A weekly news digest – 11 November 2010

From N-A websites:

Berrocscir’s Banner – Diversity is strength

SONAC – Victory in Oakville

SONAC – Blood, soil and water

African/Indigenous N-As – Black children do not need a western style education

African/Indigenous N-As – Thoughts on the economy

African/Indigenous N-As – Why I support N-A

BANA – Tim Wise on genocide against White Americans

ATS – Critique of the alternative right by an “Anti-Fascist” leftist

ATS – A mainstream libertarian almost gets it

ATS – NSC study shows that you’re more likely to be killed by a cop than a terrorist

ATS – Tuesdays election – things are moving along as expected

Other news and articles:

In very recent societies, our basic ‘right’ is to vote, form unions, protest, or go to law (i.e. to support professional classes). Truly basic rights to grow or protect forests, to build a shelter, grow food, or provide water from our roof areas are commonly denied by local or state regulations. – Bill Mollison “Permaculture: A Designers’ Manual”, p. 509.

How to establish a small space intensive food garden

The Tasmanian Autonomous Zone used a similar method of piling up the soil from the pathways to make raised beds.  It’s great for increasing the amount of topsoil in the growing area, improves drainage and requires no retaining walls or other expensive stuff brought in to keep the beds at that height.

Tolkien VS The Beatles

UN calls for higher taxes to combat climate warning

Time to tell the UN to sod off!

TSA agents gone wild: Fondling little children, planting cocaine in passenger bags and more

Boa constrictors can have babies without mating, new evidence shows

Experts reveal brutal Viking massacre in Oxford

Against kamikae capitalism: Oil, climate change and the French refinery blockades

42 million dollar scam with holocaust fund, says US