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In 2006, Voting Fraud is the Keystone Issue

02-02-2006 22:09

Tell the world that "you're mad as Hell and you aren't going to take it any more
Not only do they want to remain in power and keep their ill-gotten booty, many of them want desperately to stay out of the federal slammer. Accordingly, there may virtually nothing that they might not resort to in order to avoid this outcome. Things could get very nasty.

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G8 Genoa Diaz Trial: British Testimonies and a Personal Report

02-02-2006 18:19


Last week the final British witnesses gave their evidence in the Italian court case against 29 police officers accused of crimes relating to the horrific raid on the GSF Diaz school in Genoa, when Italian police stormed their way into the school and savagely beat scores of people. In the building opposite the police immobilised the grassroots media, smashed equipment and phones, stole video tapes and took the hard drives of the volunteer legal team's computers.

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On the ground at the Diaz trial

02-02-2006 16:21

An account of the British Diaz vicitms testimonies from the back of the court and on the street.

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US vote fraud again: NO paper trail in coming 2006 elections

02-02-2006 14:59

Associated Press today: ''The state does NOT have time before the 2006 elections to equip electronic voting machines with printers that make a paper record, so voters can confirm that their ballots were recorded accurately."

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What an idiot!?!

02-02-2006 13:02

Bush jumpstarts the alternative energy movement with his own hot air demonstration ...

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Writer Refused Asylum

02-02-2006 11:11

Imagine living on ‘death row’ … in Britain. Being allowed to walk around, but not knowing which day you’ll be seized and sent back to your enemies. This is the story of a failed asylum seeker in Nottingham. He's lived in the shadows for 5 years. He can't stay and he can't go back. What is he to do?

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Bolivia is Not for Sale

01-02-2006 20:47

bolivia nfs
bennifit for Bolivia
LARRY LOVE and leading Bolivian folk band EXPRESION BOLIVIA

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G8 Evian: Police in Court in the Aubonnebridge Case

01-02-2006 19:34

Prosecuting the police involved in the Aubonne Case

In June 2003, an affinity group blockaded the Aubonne Bridge with a climbing action in order to stop a G8 delegation from reaching the summit in Evian. The police cut the climbing rope and nearly killed two activists. Now the policeman who cut the rope and his senior officer are in court. They are charged with body harm with negligence…
The Aubonne support group is mobilising to the trial, a party and the surrounding workshops

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Indymedia Radio London - Weekly News Roundup + Audio

01-02-2006 15:57

Here's some of the stories from Indymedia London Radio's weekly broadcast on Resonance FM - taken from UK and Global Indymedia, and this week a few stories culled from the excellant Schnews.

Only half these stories were used on the radio show, as there was also an interview about the ongoing 2001 Diaz school raid court case in Italy, and a 20 min piece about the High Court challenge of the use of Section 44 of the terrorism act against protestors.

Also featured was the protest after the sad death of Bereket Yohannes who hung himself at Harmondsworth Detention Centre (

Listen to the show every week at 1pm every Wednesday in London on 104.4FM or on the web at:

...or check out other imc audio at

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Home Office calls for “Voluntary Deportation” of Progressive Café Founder

01-02-2006 14:34

Sam Alim pictured with supporter Claire Short at Cafe One
Having lived in Birmingham since age 10, successful community café founder, publisher and activist Sam Alim is being asked to voluntarily return to his home country of Bangladesh by the Home Office.

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Vigil at Carfax for Iraqi casualties

31-01-2006 22:24

Today's attack on British troops in Umm Qasr and yesterday's attack in Amarah means that we have reached the 100 mark for British casualties in Iraq.

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New Labour Century

31-01-2006 19:51

New Labour Century
A Cartoon

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Police takes 25,000 IP addresses but not Seveke's killer?

31-01-2006 16:52

Amsterdam — Detectives investigating the murder of Louis Sévèke took possession of data on people who visited the political activist's website: more state intimidation and cover up.

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Stalling of ID Card bill - but still no room for comfort

31-01-2006 14:15

The House of Lords has dealt a blow to Labour's ID Card Bill, criticising the enormous cost, the obvious insecurity of personal information in a centralised database, the way the government wants cards to be used for accessing public services, and attacking compulsion partly as a result of it not being in the Labour manifesto.

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100th UK soldier killed in Iraq: Vigils called UK wide

31-01-2006 10:29

BREAKING NEWS: The UK Ministry of War have just announced the 100th British soldier has [sadly] been killed in Iraq.

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9/11 Special - Dutch Television Documentary: "THE WAR ON TERROR IS BOGUS"

31-01-2006 10:04

For most people this TV documentary about the 9/11 drama is a shocker, it is like 'swearing in a church'. For all the others 'in the loop', it confirms what they know and understand.

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30-01-2006 19:28

A review of news & opinion
A review of news, opinion, and photography recorded, from the Indymedia Newswire. With times and freqs for tuning in anywhere you can, at your leisure. Free to rebroadcast. The world & recorded for the community archive!

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Genova G8 Diaz interviews - Sam Buchanan

30-01-2006 18:31

New Zealander Sam Buchanan describes the police raid on Diaz from inside the Pertini school.

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Genova G8 Diaz interviews - Mark Covell

30-01-2006 18:19

Interview with Diaz victim and independent journalist Mark Covell.