Despite the government’s rhetoric on climate change, our emissions continue to increase. The speakers will suggest that investment in climate jobs, renewables and associated research is not only essential in itself but offers a way out of the recession too. The discussion will move on to ways to strengthen links between the environmental and the[...]Read more →
Archive for ‘Blog’
Question: article from Forbes magazine.
This article was sent to me by a friend who is slightly sceptical about my activities. Can someone who is less economically challenged than myself help me unpack this one?
Answer from Clive:
These tax avoidance stories are complex and lead to ambivalence among the audience. Unlike many within[...]
Brief stream of people chanting slogans in Turkish solidarity rally.
Brief conversation with a young Turkish socialist.
Later on. Another stream from Mhoust42[...]Read more →
Start. Clapham Common Tube station.
Start of the march.
Bridget from N.U.T.
Rally.[...]Read more →
Tammy Samede: video livestream for the second day of the #StopG8 Carnival.
The West End is one of London’s financial centres and London is at the
heart of global capitalism. The West End hosts private banks for London’s wealthy elites, private investment funds and PR companies to handle the reputational issues of the city’s corporations[...]
The Carnival of Capitalism unfortunately. started with a raid on the convergence space of the StopG8 group.
Throughout the day featured heavy handed police presence, due to the protestors having the temerity not to ask permission to protest.
We will update this more later.
The various livestreamers for the Carnival of Capitalism:
Live video streamers: Please check them out.
The Occupy Bilderberg crowd were allowed by the Grove hotel to protest near the hotel, but were searched by G4S before allowed entry. In case they had weapons. They also did not allow open bottles of liquid into the area.
Alex Jones holding[...]Read more →
Livestream interview with George Rolph who is ending his seventeenth day of hunger strike. He was on a week of food and drink strike. He started drinking liquids after the first week.
His first Vlog post via Ustream Channel Occupynewsnetwork.
Video streaming by Ustream
George’s appeal reads as follows:
We all know about the growing[...]Read more →
DPAC – Disabled People against the Cuts meeting: Benefit Justice.
Decision was made to alter the petition to ask people to include their addresses.
200 Signatures have been already taken, will need to contact them for their addresses.
Another 300 is needed to get the 500 target to get the Bromley Council to consider.