UK Repression Newswire Archive
20-09-2004 11:09This Saturday, 18th September, the Marks & Spencer picket was again attacked by Zionist thugs waving Israeli and British flags. On the 22nd anniversary of Sabra and Shatilla where 3,500 Palestinians and Lebanese were massacred, the Israeli and British fascists came out, with full police cooperation, to show their support for these brutal actions and again attempt to get the pro-Palestinian protest kicked "off the streets of Manchester". This time we were well prepared and we outnumbered the racists, but as last week showed this might not always be the case.
20-09-2004 11:06Peruvian student activist Cesar Zelada has been arrested by the Bolivian authorities and is kept in jail. He is accussed of "subversion" and was arrested while part of a solidarity delegation visiting the Bolivian Workers Union Youth (COB). If found guilty he could spend between 3 and 6 years in jail.
20-09-2004 08:59Interview with a Conscientiously Objecting soldier who says he will not return for a second tour of duty in Iraq
20-09-2004 08:07This Tuesday, September 21st, we have Kerim Yildiz of the Kurdish Human
Rights Project coming up from London to talk to Cambridge Forum. The meetings are held
at CB1 café, 32, Mill Rd, just down from Parker's Piece and the swimming
pool, on the right, by the bus stop. Entrance to Cambridge Forum is free.
The meetings are non-smoking and run from 8pm to10pm.
19-09-2004 09:22The fine was levied. But such a fine can not undo the actions taken, can not end the misery, can not prevent the US having paid over $1.5 million dollars a day for the massacres. I worked hard, I barely paid my bills, everywhere I went they took extra, a percentage for their corporations to kill, and my water turned off. upRising!
19-09-2004 00:02More than 150 police from four different forces, a police helicopter and 35 vehicles were used to raid a Traveller site in York on Thursday. In the early morning all residents were removed from their homes and all dwellings were searched.
18-09-2004 17:19The Ministry of Truth is coming back on the street, wired to headquarters and dressed to oppress.
Meeting to recreate the Ministry
Monday September 20th 7pm Knott Bar Opposite Deansgate Station at the Hulme end of Deansgate, Manchester.
ceasing to exist as a military force, Ian Paisley's DUP have
rejected the deal.
18-09-2004 05:37A few thoughts on the daily poetry movement, my featured poet of the day, and my link. Please feel free to contact me w/ orginal works. Rise up!
17-09-2004 15:46Maarten was extradited to Sweden on 1st of September and is now in jail waiting for the trial. If you are interested to show solidarity to Maarten and other Gothenburg prisoners in your town, contact the support group: 00-31(0)6-42356735, e-mail: email@example.com
15-09-2004 16:34The big demo in london today (10-20,000) by pro-hunt supporters was attacked by police, with many being injured.
15-09-2004 16:11In the early hours of this morning there was a major invasion in the centre of Nablus, not far from Al Najah university. Six people were killed, one of them a girl of ten years old. Around thirty were injured, nearly all of them children. At least two of the injured are still in critical condition.
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15-09-2004 09:34Visitors were queueing out of the tent to see the multi-colour version
of the trees plan at the Walks Action Group's stall in King's Lynn's
Charter Carnival on Sunday 12 September.
15-09-2004 07:36Now that well over 1,000 American soldiers have been killed in Iraq and well over 11,000 (high estimates are up to 18,000) maimed and seriously wounded there — American soldiers who have killed at least 20 *TIMES* that many Iraqi civilians and maimed and wounded perhaps 10's of 1,000's of Iraqi civilians — it's time to post this again. This was first posted by me, JA, July 25, 2003 (just a little over a year ago):
15-09-2004 03:45Will you be in London in October to be at the events of and surrounding the ESF? Take an hour of your morning to demonstrate against detentions without arrest and activists being barred from demonstrations. Court hearing follows. All welcome, but no cameras allowed inside court.