An Occupiers Perspective
There’s also the part that these fracking holes can then be used to store nuclear waste. Wonder what that would do to the environment and the house prices of Tory voters?[…]Read more →
Italy added to the railway gravy train.
First the Germans and the French, now the Italians are joining the privatised Railway gravy train.
Both Jeremy Corbyn of Labour and Caroline Lucas of the Greens, along with 66% voters, including 52% of Conservative voters, want Railways back in public hands.
As pointed out by Jeremy Corbyn,[…]
Judge Langley Gives Green Light to CORRUPTION!
Women`s charity kicking out homeless women, including one pregnant, onto the streets who have been searching for a place to stay this winter.
They wanted to surprise the homeless in the area, along with people who are looking for company from the local community, with Christmas dinner this[…]
30 bailiffs were resisted by the community activists during the eviction of this 2 year long empty building. The squatters were in the building for approximately 2 weeks. The judge on Friday 27th November 2015 was swift in his judgement to evict.
COURT PROCEEDING FINISHED, WE NEED EACH OTHER![…]
Our dear friend Dr Chris Fursdon-Davis died this morning (19 November 2015), having lived with cancer for some years. Some of you knew Chris well from our days at Occupy together. That time changed many of our lives and bonded us together. Chris did lots of amazing things with Occupy, participating in[…]
In your letter and follow up you imply BDS is a general boycott against Israel and Israelis. It’s not, it’s targeted only at people and companies that profit off the occupation and denial of equal rights within Israel. So an artist, musician or author wouldn’t be boycotted simply for being Israeli, but[…]
By Peter Dombi; cross-posted from Our Broken System
By electing Jeremy Corbyn as its new leader, the Labour Party has finally thrown off the last vestiges of Blair-ism and taken a firm step back towards its Leftist roots. This has led to much shock, both within the party and outside it, with the inevitable[…]
How do we frame this? How do we put into context the vitriol and hatred directed at a new leader that seeks to represent the needs and desires of the people. What is of course astonishing is that those that so despise him are in fact responsible for his emergence.