Interview with protester outside the Ecuadorian embassy by Occupy Radio on Mixcloud[…]Read more →
This week Clive Menzies from the Occupy London economics group discusses money, the banking system and what we can do. Plus music from Lowkey, Akala and Cassette Boy.
Money and the Banking System by Occupy Radio on Mixcloud[…]Read more →
I caught up with Robin Hahnel in central London and we had a chat about his alternative to capitalism. Check it out!
Participatory Economics – An interview with Robin Hahnel by Occupy Radio on Mixcloud[…]Read more →
Poetry from Pete the Temp, news, an interview with Ryan Hickey on Critical Mass and more.
Episode 2 – Mass arrests, Tony Blair and poetry. 4/8/12 by Occupy Radio on Mixcloud[…]Read more →
We discuss the Olympic Games with Fanny Malenan and Steve Rushton.
Episode 1 Olympics!! by Occupy Radio on Mixcloud[…]Read more →
“What do you want in replace of capitalism?” is a constant query put to activists.
Robin Hahnel presents participatory economics – proposed as a coherent set of economic institutions that can deliver economic justice, democracy and ecological sustainability.
Hosted by International Organisation for a Participatory Society (IOPS)
Originally I was off to Tower Bridge to test conditions with Bambuser. Then things happened around the 7minute mark.
I was SHOCKED! SHOCKED! to find Climate Siren people coincidentally planning on a banner drop from the bridge.
According to one of the stewards the last people who did a banner drop were sent to prison[…]
Tranquility Kris starts stream from 1330 hours.
Tammy’s Perspective: Activists chain themselves inside the DWP.
This was the stream outside Caxton House, where a bunch of police barged into a peaceful protest, not really caring that they might hurt people in wheel chairs. Tranquility Kris enacted a Any Person Arrest (Citizen’s arrest) on one police[…]Read more →
Protestors against ATOS and the Remploy cuts were intimidated by security guards, whilst the Police watch on.
I witness this happening more often now. The Police act as the strongarm of the security thugs working for the corporations.[…]