UK Repression Newswire Archive
03-02-2011 17:33Just a poster for the above event - Friday, 5.30 - 7pm, meet at Nye Bevan statue, Queens St.
03-02-2011 15:08On Monday January 31st the four activists, Simon Chapman (Britain), Suleiman “Kastro” Dakdouk (Syrian origin), Michalis Triakapis (Greece) and Fernando Perez Gorraiz (Spain), were found not guilty in Greek court of the charges related to the EU Summit in June 2003 in Thessaloniki, Greece.
03-02-2011 10:02Mark Kennedy, the police agent who worked undercover in the environmental movement for eight years, was active in his undercover guise as Mark Stone throughout Europe.
02-02-2011 21:36The worst-case scenario for the Egyptian freedom movement has set in. Whiles the peaceful demonstrations are squelched in blood, Europe and the United States don't want to go beyond declarations...
02-02-2011 12:31Yesterday, one of the 5 people moved to prison during the Yarl's Wood hunger strike, Sheree Wilson, was refused bail at an immigration court in Hatton Cross. The Judge said that her part in the hunger strike was a reason for denying her bail.
02-02-2011 12:28The Council of Foreign Relations is the top US think tank. It devised the UN before the 2nd World War and top politicians and media are members. According to the top man, they are not too sure about the outcome of the revolution that they inspired. Note, WIkileaks claims that the CIA had been planning this for two or three years.
02-02-2011 00:49Civil liberties groups raise alarm over extension of surveillance without warrant
[Not to be confused with GCHQ's extensive tapping of emails and other internet traffic, for which no warrant is required]
01-02-2011 17:43The four comrades, including UK anarchist Simon Chapman, have been found not guilty for all (except one minor charge) in Greek court of the charges going back to the EU Summit protests and riots in Thessaloniki in 2003.
01-02-2011 13:00Families gathering at Egyptian Embassy in West Bay in solidarity with those in Egypt.
31-01-2011 22:23The European Commissian published today their Council conclusions on Egypt. Since this action does not go beyond a declaration (diplomatic action of degree 1), it is a slap in the face from the Egyptian freedom movement and every sincere democrat. Time is running out, don't wait 'till friday !
31-01-2011 00:57"This blog is a collection of comments, contributions and visual media from the Egyptian uprising. It is sent out from one of the few locations in Cairo with an internet connection. Mubarak’s regime cut the internet to the country ahead of a call for a day of rage. The consequences of this day have gone beyond any expectations."
30-01-2011 21:57Only tough diplomatic measures from the west might withhold Mubarak from bloodily squelching the justified demands from his citizens. We will not get these by demonstrating in front of the Egyptian embassy, but only by demonstrating in front of our parliaments and ruling parties offices.
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Indymedia UK, one of the oldest Indymedia websites worldwide, will fork in two projects by the 1st of May 2011 . A contentious point was IP monitoring  by uk.indymedia.org which led to a fierce controversy  |  |  | . Both the British Indymedia website and de.indymedia.org run on the content management system Mir  and de.indymedia.org logs IPs temporarily, too. But what exactly does that mean?
‘Looters smash ancient treasures’, ‘Looters decapitate mummies’, ‘Looters rip off heads of artifacts’ etc., read a rash of headlines, following the apparent breaking into the country’s national museum, which is said to house the world’s biggest of Pharaonic antiquities.
However, it has since emerged, although with much less headline coverage, that some of the would-be looters apprehended by protesters outside the museum were identified as working for the state’s interior ministry.
The incident may be just a foretaste of a wider range of propaganda stunts or false flags, including atrocities and fatalities, that the Mubarak regime will enact in order to discredit the protest movement sweeping that nation.
30-01-2011 13:46Ten University of Birmingham students are facing disciplinary action that could lead to expulsion after a peaceful sit-in that ended with forceful eviction by university security and the police.
The University has seemingly singled out students who they perceive to be politically active in an attempt to victimise them. Twenty-five students participated in the occupation; ten students are facing disciplinary procedures including one who was not even involved. The hearings will take place on Wednesday, 2nd February.
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30-01-2011 10:28The Egyptian authorities are revoking the Al Jazeera Network's licence to broadcast from the country, and will be shutting down its bureau office in Cairo, state television has said.
30-01-2011 10:17After being arrested by 12 counter terrorism & major investigations directorate officers from city of London police for exposing corruption at board level at guy carpenter reinsurance limited and exposing the corrupt relationship between kroll and city police, I have now had my home broken into and all my court documents stolen.
I have made a new documentary exposing the corruption, who broke into my home, watch it and you decide. Interview with national newspaper below, www.policeexpenses.co.uk