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rampART radio / real2reel (r2r) | 24.09.2005 23:06 | Analysis | Anti-militarism | Indymedia | London | World

Saturday 24th saw yet another Stop The War Collalition march in London, this time under the banner 'Peace and Liberty'. Rather than ask people yet again about their opposition against the ongoing occupation of Iraq, we sought out people to express a wider analysis of the global war of capital against people. The interviews are available to download or you can tune in to rampART radio and try you luck.

The interviews include the following:

The Campaign Against Climate Change talked to us about the connection between the war on terror, corporate rule and global warming.

The Iranain Civil Rights Committee told us about their work to raise awareness and resistance to the imposition of 'justice' at the hand of Sharia law in Iran and beyond.

A member of the Bolivan Solidarity Movement talks about the how the occupation of Iraq is just part of a global offensive by capitalist interests to control natural finite nature resources and how we can resist.

An employee of the Morning Star tells us about how the UK's only socialist daily differs from the corporate rags or the vioice-piece of the SWP.

One of the Rhythums of Resistance samba band explains what motivated him to join the march and take part in the 'numbers game'.

David Shayler ex MI5 counter-subversion agent talks recent events in Basara in relation to his experiences of 'the tricks of the trade'.

Someone at the stall of Blub magazine explains how this global issues youth magazine has relevance withing the politics of the anti-war movement. (the rampART social centre features in the latest issue and rampat radio in the previous one)

Dr Imran Waheed discusses the proposals by the Blair regime to outlaw the Hizb ut-Tahrir organisation and the events of last week which saw the government pressure Middlesex university to ban an arranged student union debate with the anti capitalist islamic organisation.

We also spoke to a guy with a banner requesting that we remember Diego Garcia. What's that? Take a look at the following letter if you need reminding...

A representative of Peace and Justice in East London who told us about efforts on behalf or four Algerians who were held indefinitaly without trial under the Anti[sic]Terrorism Act.

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