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Somalia: The Specter of Detrimental Trusteeship

20-11-2008 08:14

Somalia, invaded and occupied by Ethiopia with the encouragement of the
United States, is now to be reduced to a "trusteeship" of Addis Ababa, the
aggressor. "This is a case of putting the fox in charge of the barn so that
he may teach the chicken how to function in an orderly manner!" Those
Somalis that choose to recognize Ethiopia's authority will be targeted by
the resistance, deepening conflicts in that wounded society. That may be
Ethiopia's intention. "Ethiopia is set to discredit any vestige of
nationalist leadership and to spread violence and hate."

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On Sabotage considered as one of the Fine Arts

19-11-2008 19:17

The following text was written by a number of companions in the context of the arrests last November 11th. It may be distributed freely and widely in any form. In a time of "crisis," when the State is showering the capitalists with billions of dollars, it attempting once more to isolate a few "bad rebels" to better eliminate them all. We won't play this dupes' game.

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ID Cards protest against Thales in Stockport - Monday 17th November

19-11-2008 12:07

A group of student activist held a noise demo outside the offices of Thales in Stockport to protest at their involvement in ID Cards and the National Identity Register.

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Obama's Intelligence Agenda

18-11-2008 18:24

While expectations may be high that the incoming Obama administration will
reverse many of the worst features of the Bush regime--from warrantless
wiretapping, illegal detention, torture, "targeted assassinations" and
preemptive war--now that the cheering has stopped, expect more of the same.

According to The Wall Street Journal [1], "President-elect Barack Obama is
unlikely to radically overhaul controversial Bush administration
intelligence policies, advisers say, an approach that is almost certain to
create tension within the Democratic Party."

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Support possible airport ID strikes

18-11-2008 15:07

UK pilots consider possibility of industrial action over ID cards

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France pulls out from mass deportation to Afghanistan on joint charter flight

18-11-2008 12:13

...But the flight will still go ahead this evening for the Afghanis detained in UK, currently held in Colnbrook deportation centre.

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Sweden increases military presence in Afghanistan (by Latuff)

17-11-2008 19:02

Afghan quagmire
Copyleft artwork by Brazilian cartoonist Latuff.

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UK recognises Chinese sovereignty over Tibet

17-11-2008 17:46

In a shameful act, the British government has recognised Chinese sovereignty of Tibet.

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Bristol squatting update and exclusive interview with 7/7 London Bombings surviv

17-11-2008 02:27

Dialect Radio is a Bristol (UK) internet broadcasting Co-operative run by volunteers. Our main activity is our weekly current affairs and arts magazine programme Dialect, which is recorded at our Queen's Square studios and posted for download every weekend. Want to volunteer? Volunteering Bristol, Royal Oak House, Royal Oak Avenue, Bristol. BS1 4GB Tel: 0117 989 7733. Listen on air: 93.2 FM (BCFM), Tuesdays 9:00 PM.

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Several people arrested in France for train sabotage.

16-11-2008 15:56

On Tuesday the 11th of November 20 people were arrested in Paris, Rouen and Tarnac under suspicion of having sabotaged several train lines on the 8th of November.

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We will not be intimidated – Mass resistance to new offence of publishing inform

16-11-2008 01:20

Call from Fitwatch for mass resistance to the Counter Terror Bill.

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Miscarriage of Justice: Who was behind the October 2002 Bali bombings?

14-11-2008 13:36

The 2002 Bali bomb attacks contributed to swaying Australian public opinion in favor of the 2003 US invasion of Iraq, while also weakening the anti-war protest movement. In the wake of the 2002 Bali attack, the Australian government "officially" joined the US-led "war on terrorism." It not only used the Bali bombings as a pretext to fully integrate the US-UK military axis, it also used the attacks as a pretext to implement drastic police measures including "ethnic profiling" directed against its own citizens.

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Stasi Scotlands politisch kriminelle “Machenschaft”

14-11-2008 12:45

The High Court has this morning refused the so-called 'Lockerbie Bomber' Abdelbaset Ali Mohmad Al Megrahi's application for interim liberation, submitted due to his declining health from incurable prostate cancer. Dr Jim Swire, the father of one of the victims, had described Megrahi's release as a question of "common humanity".

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Prosecuting Bush and Blair for Genocide (21st November)

14-11-2008 01:45

Free important public meeting

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Uncommon Common Sense

13-11-2008 18:00

This is the first part of a 4 part series detailing 8 questionable unquestionables- social paradigms that pass without question in mainstream discourse, but which are so utterly false that it only requires an inch of extra perspective to notice this. This is what I would call “uncommon common sense”.

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President-elect Barack Obama

13-11-2008 14:36

4 November 2008, the era of George W Bush was about to end and a new era was about to begin. A wave of euphoria swept the world. Why, because Obama was not Bush?

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Podcast #2 and Launch Of We Are Change London

13-11-2008 00:20

Quality podcast for download and news of a name change

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VIDEO: 7/7 Survivor Daniel Obachike - The Peter Power Terror Drill Inquest

12-11-2008 17:12

The 4th Bomb - a book by Daniel Obachike
With Daniel Obachike - Tavistock Square Bus Survivor & Eye Witness Many who've heard or read my story ask me to explain more about The Peter Power/Visor Consultants 'Terror Drill' I witnessed that day.

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Barack Obama- War Criminal in Waiting

12-11-2008 16:35

One astute observation made by a friend surrounding the US elections is that not voting for/being excited about Obama would be like not celebrating/being excited about Christmas. The analogy was actually more profound than intended, since not only are both events extravaganzas that bring people together, happen rarely, and make people feel good, they are also events whose founding principles have zero fundamental substance.

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Under Siege: Islam, War and the Media

11-11-2008 21:58

Despite the aura of hope that Obama's presidency has brought, the fact remains that the "war on terror" is as entrenched as ever. It continues to claim lives, curtail civil liberties and fuel Islamophobia - all with the complicity of much of the British media.