* Fax/phone numbers and addresses for all heads of state, around the world http://www.trytel.com/~aberdeen/ * Australia: politicians http://kafka.uvic.ca/~vipirg/SISIS/links/Australia * Canada: politicians, media, police, support organizations http://kafka.uvic.ca/~vipirg/SISIS/links/Canada.html * England: politicians, media http://kafka.uvic.ca/~vipirg/SISIS/links/england.html * European Parliament: fax numbers for EP representatives http://kafka.uvic.ca/~vipirg/SISIS/links/EP.html * Mexico - Consulates: http://kafka.uvic.ca/~vipirg/SISIS/links/mexcons.html - Politicians/support groups: http://kafka.uvic.ca/~vipirg/SISIS/links/mexico.html * U.S.: politicians, media, police support organizations http://kafka.uvic.ca/~vipirg/SISIS/links/US.html * United Nations http://kafka.uvic.ca/~vipirg/SISIS/links/UN.html * International: human rights organizations http://kafka.uvic.ca/~vipirg/SISIS/links/hrint.html
* Kingston Direct Action Group http://www.tao.ca/~kdawg Massive links page; supports native sovereignty. * Ozymandia Sabotage handbook http://www.cafeunderground.com/Cafesite/Rooms/Ozymandia/handbook_1.html * Electronic Civil Disobedience Cult of the Dead Cow: Hacktivists extraordinaire http://www.nyu.edu/projects/wray/ecd.html Related article: 'Hacktivists' take struggle to web
* ONLINE/NetAction training course on Website development: The Virtual Activist http://www.netaction.org/training * PGP sites (for securing privacy of email transmissions): http://www.shadow.net/~mchinsee/pgp.html ftp://ftp.prairienet.org/pub/providers/pgp/pgpfaq.txt
In December 1998, the Canadian government announced that the Canadian army has been ordered to be on standby, and that the government is preparing to use the Emergency Measures Act (which suspends some constitutional rights in order to control the general population via the military/police). Given this nightmare scenario, we feel it is important for people to become as educated about Y2K as possible, and assess how their activism will be affected in addition to planning resources to support each other through whatever the government institutes.
* Basic information: http://www.tao.ca/~y2k/ http://www.provide.net/%7Eaelewis/y2ko/y2ko_000.htm http://www.cogenesis.com/y2k/index.html * Excellent resource on community responses to Y2K, with links: http://www.y2kcommunity.org/ * Listserv on Y2K: To subscribe, send a message to: firstname.lastname@example.org and in the message body (NOT the subject but the body), type the line: subscribe interdoc-y2k * Misc www sites: http://www.y2knet.com http://www.artrans.com/msg/toc.htm http://www.co-intelligence.org http://www.year2000.com http://www.milesresearch.com/ywk/ywk-links.htm