Posts Tagged ‘Terror’

DC Says “No More Mike Browns!”

By mike flugennockSunday - August 31st, 2014Categories: DC Local, liberty

“No More Mike Browns!” Wash DC 08.30.14 from Mike Flugennock on Vimeo.

The explosion of public outrage over the current wave of police terrorism shows no signs of letting up. Here’s the third night of actions in Washington, DC in solidarity with Ferguson, MO and victims of police terrorism all over the US. We took H Street Northeast and held it all night long.

Don’t look now, folks, but the Moment is turning into a Movement.

TRT: 05:10

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Madness of George II

By mike flugennockSaturday - October 13th, 2001Categories: Bushit, War on Terror, right wingnuts, war and peace

This is one of the pieces I was happiest about, in terms of people getting the literary/dramatic reference in the context of the initial mass Tourette’s outburst of almost WWI-like zaniness from the US Government and society at large in the weeks after 9/11. I honestly didn’t think enough people in my audience would’ve seen The Madness Of George III to get it, but it turns out lots of folks had. I was rather embarrassed to have forgotten that the kind of people who collect my work aren’t going to be the kind of people who like films with hot babes, high-speed chases, robots turning into airplanes, and stuff blowing up.

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It was another weirdly poignant piece: done originally for the October issue of The Progressive (without the headlines and captions) it dealt with the emerging imperialistic tendencies of the then-early Bush Regime and drawn a good month or so before 9/11.

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