The Radical Left Assembly had it’s 3rd large meeting on the 14th. It was a roaring success.
The meeting had around 250 attendees. It was at the CLF Cafe in Peckham. A historic cultural space with a real community feel. Women lead the main parts of the meeting while men looked after the creche and[…]
MAGNA CARTA VS RUNNYMEDE ECO VILLAGE
Eco-villagers call on police to stop overeaching powers and respect the law
Human rights lawyers say democracy workshop leaders and festival goers should be allowed in
Eco-villagers issue statement to Surrey police
Use of “Illegal rave” legislation inappropriate
Organisers of the Runnymede Festival for Democracy  have been advised[…]
Runnymede Festival of Democracy Lives!!
I contacted the Festival organisers last night to see if they still wanted me to do my talk on The Prostitute State – How Britain’s Democracy Has Been Bought at the Festival on Monday at 11am and this is the text I got back:
“Yes we do! Determined festival goers[…]
In The Shadow of Magna Carta by Donnachadh McCarthy
“Brutal, really. Bloody Brutal.”
Runnymede Eco-village which was the subject of this lovely pictorial article on this week’s BBC Online and which is staging the Runnymede Festival of Democracy at which I am to speak about the The Prostitute State and the corruption of Britain’s democracy[…]
Click on the image to read the article..[…]Read more →
When: June 14th, 1:30pm
Where: the Bussey building/CLF Art Cafe, 133 Rye Lane, SE15 4ST London, United Kingdom
The London-wide Radical Assembly hits South London! The next General Assembly will be held in Peckham on 14th June, as agreed last time. A draft agenda will be circulated by the organising group shortly, along with more[…]
Reclaim the Power organsied several simultaneous actions to be taken in small groups against the Big Six energy companies. Here’s a short video of one such action..[…]Read more →
My / our rational reaction to irrational corporate insanity? by Donnachadh McCarthy
On Monday morning I have my first preliminary hearing in court for the criminal offence of chanting in a tiny pop up tent at the feet of the Gandhi statue in Parliament Square. The meditation protest was calling for the criminalisation[…]Read more →
Undemocratic stitch up! The principle of no taxation without representation is an important one to me.
The decision by the Tories to exclude the 1.5 million EU citizens from a vote on one of the most important decisions ever by this country that directly affects their lives is undemocratic, unfair and a stitch-up.[…]