"A round-up of Occupy actions shows that our movement is innovating furiously. In Mexico, under the banner of #YOSOY132, and Quebec, where an “infinite strike” has been raging for weeks, students are rising up in unprecedented numbers. In Moscow, a real challenge to autocratic Putin is gathering momentum despite draconian new anti-Occupy laws. Similarly, in Egypt, a second Tahrir Uprising is revving up as the people try to shake off the military government. And across the world, local militant actions that show a growing rage among people are flaring up: in Seattle 50 black bloc anarchists attacked police this week; in Spain striking miners blockaded roads; in Portland a molotov was thrown through a bank window. Check out the Occupied Wall Street Journal and Dissident Voice for a rundown of what’s happening.
If the global economy keeps tanking then campuses, cities and whole nations could suddenly explode this Summer in a way we have not seen since the wildcat general strike of 1968."
Source: Occupy Plays Jazz