UK Newswire Archive
Only few people seemed to know about the "noise" demonstration, as it startet off with about 20 protesters, swelling the numbrs to about a hundred people and one dog in the end.
The whole atmosphere was very non-confrontational and the access road was kept open all th times so visitors could still proceed to see inmates (?) during the assembly.
08-07-2005 22:44If the brit government really believed and took al-ciaeda threats seriously.
Knowing the fact that they were dealing with rich ruthless disassociated cold blooded killers (trained by our own ruthless dissociated psychopaths at CIA black ops in Afghanistan in the 1980's, programmed and trained to kill and maim Russian soldiers mercilessly).
The security services should have put in place, body frisking and bag searching check points at the entrance of London tubes and on entering buses a long time ago.
08-07-2005 22:36London has been rocked by the events of Thursday July 7th, day two of the G8 summit, the day after the capital won the right to host the 2012 Olympic games. A day that saw ordinary innocent people become victims of the inevitable.
08-07-2005 22:33The timing of the "Terrorist Attacks" in London is curious indeed.
08-07-2005 22:05"Across this space I want to give the innocent civil victims of London my condolence, without forgetting those that die daily in Iraq and other countries..."
Since Friday 1 July, some 12,000 police officers from across the UK have been carrying out one of the largest and most successful operations against summit protesters ever experienced. After Saturday's Make Poverty History march, this small army has used new powers to clamp down on almost every protest - of whatever kind. One activist group in particular has been targeted in an extreme way - the Wombles. This is the story of 'Operation Get Wombles', and incorporates yesterday's newswire post. It may contain some innaccuracies on numbers and times but the general thrust is correct.
08-07-2005 21:03A report of the anti-state terror action that took place outside Waverley train station in central Edinburgh , Friday 7th.
08-07-2005 20:40Berlusconi said today Italy would start withdrawing some of its troops from Iraq in September. What's the deal? Fear of a terrorist attack on Rome? The media lobbyists - er, journalists - argued that point on Italian TV tonight
08-07-2005 20:06Two climate activists occupy Edinburgh bridge in response to a hollow G8 communique.
08-07-2005 19:55Spontaneous leaflet distributed on a spontaneous gathering in front of Edinburgh train station
Around 150 activists in solidarity with palestine are stopped at the croatian border
08-07-2005 18:58Eyewitness report, police tactics and suggestions for future demonstrations.