Weeks June 30 – July 13
1. Repression and police brutality
a) Coal miners’ protest harshly repressed by police in Spain
b) Amnesty International denounces Greek police brutality
c) Protesters in Durban, South Africa, facing increasingly violent repression
a) Mexico: fraudulent elections and anti-fraud actions by YoSoy132 and other activist groups
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Hazel (aka Em) occupied at St Paul’s and now helps out where she can with all things Occupy, most labour-intensively with The Occupied Times. Here she reports on her visit to the Occupy Nomads camp. You can follow her blog at hazelhedge.wordpress.com
The Nomadic Occupy group are currently camped in a corner of Haggerston Park,[…]
Every morning this week, Occupy activists have been up early, quietly placing stickers on the panels of the ‘Boris bikes’, which are sponsored by Barclays.
The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) rate fixing scandal is being described as possibly the biggest fraud in history, affecting hundreds of trillions of dollars of financial transactions.
The Economics Working Group of OLSX/Occupy London have developed a Community Housingdocument to address the many relevant and associated issues. This activity has been supported by the GA of OLSX/OL and after final approval by GA, this petition was delivered by Tammy Samede, Dave Dewhurst and Chris FD to No 10 Downing Street on[…]
Start from St. Paul’s Cathedral. Original site of the moots to vote on the Lord Mayor of the City of London
Liverpool Street. Deutche Bank jobsworths.[…]Read more →
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the US and the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in the UK have fined Barclays Bank a combined $450million for manipulating the LIBOR rate over a period of years.
Why isn’t a criminal investigation underway?
1. London InterBank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is used to reference $360trillion[…]
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WEEK 22 – 29 June
Police repression at Global day of[…]Read more →
The Last Thursday Club:
Greg Palast – Vultures’ Picnic (How Goldman sacked Greece)
Catherine Brogan – Poetry.
The title says it all. More from the video.
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