UK Newswire Archive
14-04-2007 02:43Publisher Fails to Remove Defamatory Article
14-04-2007 00:46Marcos: “We Will Come and Stay With You, Without Guns, Only With Our Words”
By Brenda Norrell
Special to The Narco News Bulletin
13-04-2007 23:59A good analysis by Greg Elich of the situation in Zimbabwe...where US/UK neocolonials are using the old Nixon strategy of making the economy scream, to destroy Zimbabwe.
13-04-2007 23:17Did the americans blow up the Al-Sarafiya bridge?
13-04-2007 23:12In response to the "Empire as a Way of Life" series of essays and the impotency of ALL erudite scholarship in the dissent space that has achieved absolutely zero efficacy in any of its attempts to halt the crimes of "empire". Instead of continuing on with business as usual - perhaps it's time to do a postmortem - as engineers and thinking peoples - to figure out why our anemic protests and rehearsal of profound works of history by the scholarly haven't worked to prevent new similar history from being constructed in new epochs as new faits accomplis only to be lamented over, and how to achieve better than zero efficacy in changing that!
13-04-2007 22:45Add your signature to fire Paul Wolfowitz from the World Bank at www.avaaz.org/en/sack_wolfowitz.
If you don't know why you ought to see http://news.google.com/news?q=wolfowitz+riza .
13-04-2007 22:29In the early 1970s the English Channel was the busiest area for shipping traffic in the world, and would often be used by various nations for testing defense initiatives. One night we had a senior British intelligence officer on board who waited until the wind was blowing toward the British coast, then got the lids off three large metal containers so the fine dust would be taken across to shore. Suddenly, excitement broke loose as we saw some strange experimental craft, these were very low in the water, camouflaged and fast and almost invisible to the naked eye, but silent. We watched and about 10 in all went past some distance away at high speed.
represent for hip-hop. I don't have a lot to say, but what I have to
say is important. First of all, I would like to pay respect to the
father of this culture that I'm a part of, sitting right beside me,
Afrika Bambaataa. That's important. That's important, because I think
there's a few things that we do know, and what we do know is that the
media in this country is an organ of the state and the ruling class
state that controls what we're hearing and what we're seeing. I'm
clear on that. So it helps me understand our position. It helps me
understand that this propaganda is part of a war that also exists
against the black and brown community. It's not just a war for oil,
it's a war for the minds of our people.
13-04-2007 21:40Uncertain East Timorese presidential election outcome foreshadows further instability
13-04-2007 21:39Bolton residents needed! Patients in Bolton will soon be used as guinea pigs for the controversial NHS Care Records System . The scheme which will ultimately see everyone's intimate health details online in an insecure system which destroys medical confidentiality. For more details, see http://www.nhsconfidentiality.org/
13-04-2007 16:56Hammersmith and Fulham's Conservative council is planning to slash funding to local voluntary groups. A protest will be held at a Hammersmith and Fulham council cabinet meeting on Monday 16 April at 7pm in the Assembly Hall in the Town Hall on Kings Street in Hammersmith. This is a public meeting, and the affected voluntary groups would welcome your support
13-04-2007 15:49UK gamers have a great new way to turn their completed games into new titles thanks to the Infinite Continues video game swapping service.
13-04-2007 15:27Two Hampshire housing associations, First Wessex and Portsmouth Housing have merged to form a conglomerate covering the whole of Hampshire.
13-04-2007 15:25The Rotten Borough of Rushmoor is to be referred to the Local Authority Ombudsman for its failure to collect rubbish.
13-04-2007 14:52Over 200 people protested on Thursday, 12 April, at the immigration reporting centre in Solihull, near Birmingham, against deportations to the Democratic Republic of Congo. The peaceful protest was marred by a large police presence and was penned into Sandford House's car park. But protesters then broke off and blockaded the road for about 2 hours. Two people were arrested, one also assaulted by an aggressive cop. They were released later on but only because their fellow protesters, in an empowering show of solidarity, refused to leave the site before they were released.
Below is a detailed report of what happened.