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Politically, the bias of the stalls on show was well toward woolly-minded liberal reformism, with a couple of honourable exceptions: London Rising Tide and Destroy DSEi. And it was good to see such radicals getting the message about global climate chaos and arms trading across, alongside green transport and energy folks, during what was targeted as a family-friendly day trip outing.
This was only my second time at the KGF, and I hope to make it a personal regular annual event. If you could do with some rest and relaxation in a stress-free festival atmosphere, not unlike the Green Field at the Glastonbury Festival in scale and feel, I commend the KGF to you.
In International Solidarity,
Tim D Jones
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