Focused on Golden New Age scientific discoveries, hardcore ultra modernism’s new strategies of future developments and their effects on the economic and political situation of individuals, besides new security measures, these five videos are a completion of revolting sounds, from Gezi protests to Kobane resistance, among many others, against exoticism of the new ISIStanbul and its every kind of Reinforced Glocal Governments, which hang together with above mentioned concepts of Global Hologram Doctrine. See five video clips from other countries in our ongoing videclip series here.
Artist: Negativland (US)
Track: It’s All In Your Head
We are starting – as an exception – with a non Turkish video clip. You are listening to it’s all in your head fm. Monotheism but in stereo.
Artist: 2/5 BZ
Track: Bu Daha Başlangıç Mücadeleye Devam
The anti-government revolts that have shaken Istanbul since the end of May in Taksim Square’s Gezi Park. Naked protester walking towards water connon, shouting to police and goverment: «This is just the beginning. We will keep fighting.» 15 June 2013 Night. Istanbul İstiklal Street.
A new indictment arising from the anti-government protests of last summer – commonly known as the Gezi Park protests – accuses 35 protestors, including leaders of a sports fan club, of working to overthrow the government.
The indictment seeks aggravated life sentences for the protestors. It also accuses them of «being members of an armed group», «resisting public officials», «staging demonstrations in violation of the law» and «possessing unlicensed weapons». Among the protestors are leaders of the well-known Beşiktaş fan group, Çarşı.
Artist: Tikko Müzik Topluluğu
Track: Gerillalardan gezi İsyanı için marş
A song for gezi revolt by revolutionalists which battle in rural areas as well as in cities.
Artist: 2/5 BZ
A «Chapuller» called gezilla fights back «ultra modernism» and takes place in Kobane resistance in city of batman.
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