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FAI/ELF Communique For TV & Radio Blackout

04-01-2013 12:00

As part of the ongoing anarchist war for total liberation, we carried out a hit on the Bathampton radio and TV relay station. Fires were set at four points of the structures, and we left undisturbed. As a result of the sabotage, on top of causing hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of damage, we regionally shut down all TV channels on Freeview as well as all national analogue and digital radio stations. Additionally it took down Vodaphone and other mobile networks, damaging police communications and other digital services. 80,000 homes and businesses in the area were affected.

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Hospitals across Greater Manchester under threat

03-01-2013 23:51

Accident and emergency (A&E) units and a range of other departments at National Health Service (NHS) district general hospitals (DGHs) across Greater Manchester in North West England are confronted with the threat of closure.

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Report: NYE anarchist anti-prison demos in world

03-01-2013 15:31

Report: NYE anarchist anti-prison demos in world

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EDL and NWI Will Come To Blows In Manchester #edl #nwi

03-01-2013 01:48

The desperate minds of the EDL (Extremely Dim Louts) will be turning up in their handfuls to Manchester to stand around in the pouring Pennine rain, chanting racist, repetitive bullshit in the hope it will solve their middle aged erectile problems. Tommy Robinson banged-up in jail, Kevin Carroll bitching about non-EDL nationalists calling them "muggy mushrooms", and Hel Gower shopping to the cops, fellow members she has got sick and tired of, Windbag EDL are shrinking faster than a harpooned balloon.

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PR 19 '2013- A Crunch Year for Coal and the UK Coal Industry

01-01-2013 13:19

This press release explains why this is an important year for the UK Coal Industry. The industry awaits the outcome of decisions that have to be made this year by Generating Companies, on whether they will adapt their coal firing power stations to meet new European Pollution Standards. If they do not, the use of coal for power generation could fall from over 41m in 2011 to 7m in 2023, thus significantly reducing the demand for opencast coal, if the UK Coal industry can survive that long.

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December 2012 Review of New UK Opencast Sites

01-01-2013 10:26

This edition of the review shows that 26 new sites are under consideration, 13 in England, 7 in Wales and 6 in Scotland. It also has information on what the implications of restructuring of UK Coal plc may mean for its surface mine operations, the implications of trying to rescue ATH Resources, the Hesley Wood Tip planning meeting and the Growth and Infrastructure Bill, Clause 21 - now clause 23.

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Leeds EDL Organiser Dreams of A Final Solution

25-12-2012 00:12

On a serious note, since Tommy Robinson (Yaxley Lennon) was jailed, more and more EDL divisions have become openly racist. Today, while the spirit of Christmas cheer in the air, peace, love and goodwill to all men and all that, Yorkshire EDL (Leeds) were fantasising about an anti-Muslim final solution where ALL Muslim citizens living in the UK would be "removed", and all immigrants would be denied social welfare.

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New Year's prison run!

23-12-2012 09:48

Manifestation, warm drinks, food, readings,…

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It's the end of THEIR world...

22-12-2012 00:33

...and the end of the world as we know it.

(a)gitate, educate, organise... many do and many are on the edge of doing...

share it, build it, hear it, spread it.

It won't be televised, but if it is, it's on

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Peaceful Revolution in Great Britain is about to begin in filthy Enfield slum

21-12-2012 20:19

A peaceful Revolution in Great Britain is about to begin soon and the Resistance is right now preparing to march on Westminster with more than one million people who will camp outside the Houses of Parliament and stay there until we have succeeded in arresting the government for all their crimes and corruption, and for declaring War on the Children.
The politicians will be charged with theft, fraud, deception, false pretenses, corruption, crimes against the People and against the environment, for crimes against humanity and for war crimes, in a bloodless coup where the guilty politicians, bankers, and corporate bosses will face trial, life imprisonment, and possibly the death penalty as well.

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UG#600 - Evolution Beyond Money (Giftivism, Reforming and Quitting Money)

21-12-2012 15:51

This week, a follow up show to our last show on money. We begin with a talk by Nipun Mehta on 'Designing for Generosity'. Then, an interview with Suelo, now moneyless since 2000 and his biographer, Mark Sundeen. In our second hour, an audio adaptation of the 2011 money reform film, Money As Debt III.

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African People's Solidarity Committee to hold International Conference

21-12-2012 03:05

“African Resistance, White Solidarity!”, the 2013 International Conference of the African People’s Solidarity Committee will take place at
Uhuru House, 1245 18th Ave. South, St. Petersburg, Florida 33705 on January 6–8, 2013.

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Major Construction Boss Supports The EDL ( #edl #anonymous #corporatewatch #edl

20-12-2012 13:06

One of the largest construction companies in the North of England, Westall Construction Services, is owned and managed by millionairre Samuel Westall, who uses YouTube, FB and his Twitter feed to spread racist EDL propaganda against British Muslim citizens, including the EDL's racist "Muslim Bombers" song. Westall Construction are the UK's biggest building company, and supply nationwide construction services to employing 1700 people with engineers in every area. McDonalds, Burger King, River Island, and RBS (which they have a partnership) and other global brands to name but a few, work with Westall Construction Limited.

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Iraq needs a revolution

20-12-2012 10:02

Iraq missed out on the Arab Spring, but it not late for its youth to rise up against their government and turn Iraq, now a failed state, into a prosperous, functioning democracy, Iraqi veteran politician, Adnan al-Pachachi, has said.

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New Years Eve Noise Demo-31/12/2012

19-12-2012 16:18

New Years Eve Noise Demo Let those inside know that they’re not forgotten

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Curo Housing seriously damages tenants health

17-12-2012 19:30

Bath tenants 'stress over shoddy work caused stroke'