UK Newswire Archive
October 2006 was particularly exciting as we took two activists from Venezuela, Juanita Romero and Gastón Murat, on a speaking tour of (in chronological order) London, Venice, Galway, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Barcelona. It is unusual for grassroots people to be invited to speak abroad and to have the opportunity to meet their counterparts in countries of the North.
MEXICO EMERGENCY! HANDS OFF OAXACA! NO TO ELECTORAL FRAUD! URO MUST GO!
Picket the Mexican embassy (16 St George St W1, nearest tube: Oxford Circus) from 5pm to 6.30pm this Monday 20th November!
Then come to a public meeting from 7.30pm at the National Union of Journalists (308 Grays Inn Rd WC1, nearest tube: Kings Cross) with Jeremy Corbyn MP.
As the government continues to implement its plans for a UK identity card and database, Nottingham Defy-ID is hosting the National Defy-ID Gathering next weekend, Saturday Nov 25th. The event will start at 11am. But please arrive for coffee/tea at 10.30am (which will also include a refresher of the developments).
Ludicrous assumptions are many but perhaps the most absurd is the assumption that those who steal the greater percentage of available wealth and continue to implement economic strategies designed to enslave are (somehow) safe and secure. From the Pacific islands to the pitch battles in Mainland China, exploited people of the world are retaliating against injustice.
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The causes of Climate Change became a real debate today rather than just a slinging match between the vested interests in the 'green' and oil lobbies.
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Copyleft artworks by Brazilian cartoonist Latuff, on behalf of the brave Palestinian people and their struggle against U.S. backed IsraHell's state terrorism.
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Blair seems to be doing his goodbye to u suckers tour of the Uk incorporated into the 100th anniversary of the Labour Party's foundation celebrations. Check your local party contacts for upcoming anniversary do's and help keep him movin on.
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Activists of the left-wing group Anarchists Against the Fence on Saturday took over Israel Defense Forces tanks and bulldozers between the Erez and Karni crossings in the Gaza Strip.
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Following the successful Rossport Solidarity meeting earlier this month, around 20 of us went to picket the Shell petrol station at Salford Quays. Among our number were the brilliant Rhythms of Resistance samba band who kept our spirits up on a cold winter's day.
The G20 meeting of Finance Ministers, World Bank, IMF and Reserve Bank Governors is occurring in Melbourne and has met with local protests and street confrontations with police. A festive gathering of G20 protestors on Saturday night was violently broken up by the police. One must asume this is a payback operation for protests earlier in the day breaching police barricades and even damaging a police riot unit vehicle.
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Two letters from Foreign office in reply to an Amnesy Intl letter (sent end Aug) regarding the investigations of war-crimes during the recent conflct...
Protestors were on the offensive again today against the G20 meeting in Melbourne with some of the most confrontational protest actions of recent times in Australia.
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With cuts in mental health services and difficulties in staffing due to the high cost of living in London I am sure that most mental health services are hoping that workers will strike bar those that are in hospital. In Haringey or Wandsworth they have yet to do so and as such have lost any respect from me.
Apparently the increase in the congestion charge zone to include West London
will decrease revenue due to the increase in exemptions as more residents are included within the zone. Perhaps having a charge to travel outwards from within the zone as well as a pollution charge could assist with revenues as well as decreasing traffic especially in areas outside the congestion charge zone.
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since thursday a group protesting about lack of safety regulations and public consultation have been blocking the laying of the pipeline right next to the LNG constryction site - they are digging in for the long haul!
Protestors were on the offensive today against the G20 meeting with some of the most confrontational actions of recent times in Australia.
[So you have to have a story behind it to make up for the distance between false flag opps in Indonesia all the way across to Iraq and Afghanistan that's a huge leap to cover without a terror tale to hook into? What about the Icon of the Terror movement G W Bush? At least we know he's guilty! Osama bin Laden hasn't been found guilty of anything, yo!] And Indonesia has been blowing up bombs in their own country just to move people out of villages for years!]
The police often make empty threats and this is one very good reason why they might not want to carry them out. As reported in 'This is London'.