“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 →
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,[...]
As many people must have known via the Social Networks and the internet Independent media about all the activism by UK Uncut and the DPAC (Disable People Against the Cuts) happening on the Saturday.
As livestreamer, I decided to join the other lesser known action of the 1,000 Mothers March in Haringey London. Afterwards the[...]
Occupy London Livestreamers covering and assisting in a solidarity action with Westminster Fire Station.[...]Read more →
Fight the #BedroomTax, Waltham Trade Unions Council.
See Waltham Forest Guardian piece on the meeting: http://www.guardian-series.co.uk/news/wfnews/10313287.Trade_unions_set_to_launch_campaign_against__bedroom_tax_/
Waltham Forest Trades Council launch campaign against ‘bedroom tax’ and the Benefit Cuts.
Apart from the panel, we could only point the camera on the floor to protect the identities of people who may have companies hostile to the[...]
Saturday was interesting.
First was a small static Demo by the Counihan Campaign outside Downing Street. Unfortunately, a demo on a Saturday in Whitehall is not advisable, as there are mostly only tourists in the area. We did have one xenophobe declaiming that all British problems are due to too many immigrants in the country.[...]
“Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism, because it is a merger
of State and corporate power.” Benito Mussolini
The UK economy today has some startling similarities with both Nazi Germany and apartheid South Africa. The overriding image of fascism is the Nazi jackboot trampling over the brave democratic countries of Europe, and fascism itself[...]