The Honduran coup was personal here

The blogger behind "A Gringa Diary" gives an account on how the Honduras coup looks from Venezuela.

Democracy has a price and I'm willing to pay it

Exclusive interview with Honduran president Manuel Zelaya for Sirel

Why President Zelaya's Actions in Honduras Were Legal and Constitutional

RebelReports.com has published this original article as a response to those who claim that the coup in Honduras was legal and/or constitutional and to the reporting by those media outlets that consistently repeat false characterizations of Honduran law and President Zelaya’s actions.


This is what a criminal looks like

Norwegian leftist party Rødt (Red), has made an online solidarity campaign with the pirates currently on trial in Sweden.

Go to http://filesharer.org/ and show the industry what a criminal looks like!

Downloadable e-books

As an addition to the ebook-sites in our links section, here are a few collected by Gizmo:

He however removed http://www.scribd.com/ from the list, as they "did little or nothing to remove illegal uploads". He should read some Thoreau. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civil_Disobedience_(Thoreau)

VVR: Pilger: The New Rulers of the World

Attac viste nylig John Pilgers "The New Rulers of the World" fra 2001 i Trondheim. Gikk du glipp av filmen, kan du se den her:

Attac recently showed John Pilgers 2001 movie "The New Rulers of the World" in Trondheim. If you missed the movie, you can watch it here:

The One-Dimensional Man

Herbert Marcuses entire ground-breaking "The One-Dimensional Man" is now available online at

Subcomandante Marcos on Gaza

The legendary Zapatista-leader speaks out on the Gaza disaster:

Israel: Massive demonstration against the war

Read reports from the Israeli peace movement. Far from all Israelis support the brutal government:

Gush Shalom home page:

On Religion

A semi-long essay on religion for our english-speaking readers.

A blessed childhood
As a kid I went from agnostic to atheist, when I came to the conclusion that this religion-thingy with God and Jesus was rather silly, and really didn't add much to my understanding of the world – rather subtracted actually. That said, I suspect I have been rather blessed (pun intended) having grown up in one of the most secular parts (inland) of one of the most secular countries in the world (Norway).The only people who went to church where I come from (except Christmas eve) were old people, born at the start of the 20th century, and in this perspective I used to think that religion would die out by it self within a few decades.