Yesterday evening, I attended the Save Lewisham Hospital public meeting. The hall had about 400 people attending the public meeting.
I did find it interesting that some of the Save Lewisham Hospital group seemed to be enamoured of the Labour Party. People did point out that PFI was set up by tony Blair and the[...]
Energy is not a luxury, it is a basic human need: it is required for cooking food, as well as for heating homes in a cold climate such as ours – and yet it is being put beyond the reach of increasing numbers of ordinary people in our society.
We have known for some time,[...]
This an attempt to take a murky swamp of thoughts and feelings regarding Occupy London and through the use of questions, tease out a simple helpful analysis of the problems and to offer some concrete proposals to deal with them. The questions I asked myself where things like “Whats missing?”, “What needs to be[...]
OccupyMayday covering the anti-EDL march in Brighton.[...]Read more →
“Once a movement no longer clings tenaciously to the ideology of “structurelessness” it will be free to develop those forms of organization best suited to its healthy functioning.”
The Tyranny of Structurelessness
This short collection of thoughts aims to provide a backdrop to further discussions that will lead to much better and more developed ideas[...]Read more →
Demonstration outside Anglo American AGM, Friday 19 April
1 – 2pm, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE
For map and directions, see above.
Support community representatives from Colombia and South Africa who will be challenging the company’s record inside the AGM.
Watch a two minute personal invitation from Tatiana Roa[...]
Occupy Mayday covered the Blacklister of the Year Awards 2013. He did have wonder why the police looks to have been issued tasers on a peaceful protest.
Video streaming by Ustream[...]Read more →
Across the globe, communities are creatively confronting the devastating impacts of London-based mining companies. On April 15, representatives from Asia, Africa and the Americas will share inspiring stories of resistance – from communities fighting for their very survival, to mine workers asserting their basic rights to just pay and conditions.
Come and hear their tales,[...]
According to Reuters, there were barely 200 people in Trafalgar Square. That was promulgated by many other news media. The Evening Standard reported hundreds, the Guardian reported 3,000 went to the “party”.
The live stream footage should show that there were more than hundreds and that judging from the people I interviewed, many had good[...]