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Genuine Terror Cell Found

11-10-2006 10:16

A fascist terror cell which it is reported involved a rocket launcher, a nuclear biological suit, largest haul of chemicals of its kind discovered in the UK and BNP literature has not made it into the meanstream media -- of course, they are white and not innocent.

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Evening Post helps Immigration Service harass East Midlands asylum-seekers

11-10-2006 10:15

Immigration yellow vests make Evening Post journalist feel like a big boy
An Nottingham Evening Post reporter joins the Immigration service to find illegal working at local car washes and writes a most despicable article (Evening Post, 10th October 2006, page 5), online at:

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Sir Ian Blair Says New Terror Attack Could Lead to Internment

10-10-2006 18:42

Last week, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner addressed the Reform Club Media Group. Nothing like the 'establishment' sticking together is there? The meeting was conducted under Chatham House rules, which mean that no one attending is supposed to divulge what is said. But one person present was so appalled at Sir Ian's attitude and authoritarian stance that he has revealed to me an alarming - and seemingly off the cuff - remark made by Sir Ian at the event.

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Olympian Victory for Laing O'Rourke Protesters

10-10-2006 15:56

cops waiting to arrest protesters
Protesters who scaled cranes, at the King's Cross Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL) construction site to hang banners in solidarity with an ongoing workers' struggle, successfully appealed convictions for Aggravated Trespass last week, in a two-day hearing at the Middlesex Guildhall Crown Court.

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UK opposes release of British detainees at Guantánamo

10-10-2006 14:30

Documents obtained by the Guardian newspaper show that the Blair government is complicit in the ongoing detention of some 10 former British residents detained without trial in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. This is despite an admission by the Home Office that “they do not pose a sufficient threat” to justify even keeping them under house arrest.

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Protest Against the Iraqi Court

10-10-2006 10:37

Because of the lack of honest media that reflects both sides of the conflict, I translated this letter, handwritten by Saddam Hussein in protest against the court’s procedures, the letter was wriiten two weeks ago and published today.

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"No" to biometrics

10-10-2006 06:33

translation of statement by well-known Italian philosopher

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Police treatment of journalists in parliament square on monday

10-10-2006 00:45

Aside from assulting and hospitalising NUJ photographer, Marc Vallee, fairly early on in the day, the police dished out some pretty uneven and dodgy treatment to other members of the press who had come to cover the events at parliament square.

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An indictment of George Bush for War Crimes.

09-10-2006 23:24

This Video is an indictment of George Bush for War Crimes.

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Hate speech (by Latuff)

09-10-2006 22:18

Hate speech
Copyleft artwork by Brazilian cartoonist Latuff, on behalf of the brave Palestinian people and their struggle agains U.S. backed IsraHell's state terrorism.

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Sack Parliament - More Photographs

09-10-2006 22:03

Outside Parliament
Pictures from this afternoon's demo in Parliament Square, London, and some brief comments.

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Australian government demands hand-over of Solomon Islands’ attorney general

09-10-2006 21:51

A major expansion of the military
This unanimous support indicates what is at stake in the Solomons for the Australian ruling elite. Howard recently announced a major expansion of the military and specifically listed the PNG, Vanuatu and Fiji as potential targets for Australian intervention. In this context, a successful challenge to Australia’s grip over the Solomons would prove disastrous.

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September 11: Message of an Ex-Marine to the Anti-War Movement

09-10-2006 21:41

The whole ordeal in the first Gulf war made me realize that things are not always what they seem to be. Yet, a decade later, on the morning of September 11th immediately after the towers fell, even though I intuited that the Bush administration was behind the attacks, I chose to believe the official story, because I did not dare to believe otherwise.

It wasn’t until the Bush administration started incessantly insisting that Iraq had WMDs, that I realized that something was not right. In early 2002, I began to search for answers on the Internet, never thinking that I would spend five to six hours daily for the next four years.

So now we know. We know that, just like war, 9/11 is a racket, a military false flag psy-op, a highly deceptive series of events conducted to gain the support of the population for wars in the Middle East.

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Australian attorney-general insists sleep deprivation is not torture

09-10-2006 21:17

Ruddock told the ABC he was concerned about Washington’s new legislation, which restablishes military kangaroo courts and gives President Bush exclusive power to interpret the Geneva Conventions and declare virtually anyone an enemy combattant, incarcerate them and suspend their basic legal rights, including habeas corpus. According to the attorney general, however, the new law is too restrictive and “may well limit the capacity of intelligence organisations in the future.”

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Media Pics From Sack Parliament Protest

09-10-2006 19:19

As anti-war and other campaigners gathered to give a P45 to the MPs, the MET police also gathered, outnumbering those brave enough to turn up and protest. Of course protests are now effectively banned under SOCPA legislation, and the police used force to both disperse and corral protestors. Several have been arrested and several injured including an NUJ photographer taken to hospital with worrying injuries,

Below are some thumbnails of pictures published by some of the main picture agencies to give you an idea of the event and the media reporting. Higher size and resolution pictures are available online,

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UK's national ID scheme will cost £5.4bn

09-10-2006 19:16

UK's national ID scheme will cost £5.4bn to set up and run over the next 10 years, the Home Office says.

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March of Grapes Brutally Attacked

09-10-2006 19:02

March of Grapes Brutally Attacked—6 Arrested, Many Injured.
Palestinian, international and Israeli activists joined together to demonstrate against land theft, road closures and economic isolation by bringing two tons of the surplus Palestinian grape harvest to an occupation checkpoint

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Vigil to Save the Jarawa

09-10-2006 17:21

Survival International are holding a weekly vigil at India House in solidarity with the Jarawa tibe