Badgers Vs. The BNP, No Dash For Gas and Ali on the BBC, by Grassrootstakeover on Mixcloud[…]Read more →
Bambuser channels: Vicaolsx & Occupynewsnetwork.
Start of the day: Gathering of the people.
St. Margaret St. where the BNP had gathered. Murdoch’s The Sun had reported 150 BNP members, but they were more likely counting the photographers taking photos of the BNP and the police protecting the site from anti-facist[…]Read more →
Live video stream from that day.
19mins onwards bottles started to be thrown. Someone posted that it came from behind the Sikhs towards the EDL.
I have not seen that video and not according to this stream.
Leaving the cordon going towards Westminster.
Westminster Tube Station.
Legal Observer @TheJanieMac
Aftermath of EDL demo. According to[…]Read more →
2 million protestors. 52 Cities.
This is the livestream of the London Demo. Small barely a thousand, but good for a first Demo. 300 ended up having a tour of London along with the Hare Krishna band.
March Against Monsanto: Tour of London.
Outside the U.S. Embassy.[…]Read more →
Europe is under a violent attack by the financial capital, represented by the troika (IMF, ECB, EC) and by the successive governments that apply concerted policies with these entities, despising and destroying the people. We know that this offensive is set on breaking the peoples, rendering them slaves of debt and austerity. This offensive[…]Read more →
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Open House is a nine-day space 11th – 19th May that will bring together people facing the housing crisis across London to organise and take action around our collective housing needs. Whether you’re a council tenant facing the bedroom tax or a squatter threatened with eviction, a private renter[…]
In June the UK hosts the G8 summit – a meeting of the 1% to ensure more business as usual.
On June 14th, there will be a mass action in Canary Wharf, the icon of profits for the few and disaster for the many.
We will transform a space, bringing beauty to the soulless heart[…]
From the uprising in northern Africa to the assemblies in Spain, followed by the spreading of Occupy, new social movements have sprung up all over the world. Our structures, ways of organising and tactics are still in their embryonic form: working through experimentations and learning from the inevitable difficulties. To progress and strengthen these processes,[…]Read more →