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The 'better late than never' issue! Number 24 no less!
Welcome to Palestine Today, a service of the International Middle East Media Center, www.imemc.org for Tuesday October 14. 2008
Promoting Sustainable Communities Act alongside diversity of tactics for local community autonomy
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There has already been a callout for an action against the bank bailout for the friday before the Anarchist bookfair, but why not also do one on the day itself?
It's hard to keep track of two mega-thieves at the same time. "The defense
bill is every bit as wasteful and just as much a harbinger of doom as the
much discussed Wall Street bailout, but has elicited hardly any debate, even
from progressives." And, just as with the bailout bill, Democrats in
Congress are ever ready to run up the white flag. "The collective popular
revulsion at the very presence of Bush in the White House has never stopped
Democratic party capitulation." War begets war. "Not only is military
spending completely unproductive, but it increases the likelihood of further
American acts of aggression.
If anyone witnessed, has videos or pictures of the incident where a woman was caught under a barrier, near the entrance to parliament during the climate rush on the 13 October, around 7pm, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or on 07908371094.
Animals are being ill treated during the experiments & after in the All India Institute of Medical Sciences here in Delhi, International Organization for Animal Protection taken up the matter with the Commissioner of Delhi Police seeking directions for FIR & moved application under Right to Information Act, 2005 said Naresh Kadyan, Chairman, PFA Haryana & Representative of OIPA in India.
Just a reminder about the action tomorrow.
Bring banners, placards, noisemakers!
The current crisis of the developed capitalist system is taking place when the empire is about to change leadership in the elections to be held in a few days; it was all that was left to see.
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Brighton rag The Argus serves as police propaganda tool. last week the Argus printed a few lines on the demo without publishing any letter or press release from Smash Edo
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Around a thousand demonstrators celebrated the 100th anniversary of the 'Suffragette Rush' on the Houses of Parliament on Monday 13 October 2008 with a 'Climate Rush' which again tried to gain entry to the Houses of Parliament. Pictures (C) 2008, Peter Marshall, all rights reserved.
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Seeming as there maybe several friends arriving early to the 'capital of capital' on friday for saturdays Anarchist Bookfair- lets not waste an oppotunity to show our collective anger at a senile economic system that refuses to die.
Jane Mary Mutetsi from Rwanda was 'captured' when reporting Monday morning in Nottingham and is currently detained in Yarl's Wood IRC, due to be forcibly removed from the UK on Thursday 16th October @ 20.00 hrs on Kenya Airways flight KQ101 from London Heathrow to Nairobi and KQ410 to Entebbe.
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Please join Abortion Rights on Tuesday Oct. 21, 5:30pm at Old Palace Yard, outside Parliament, St. Stephen's entrance. Protest has been called to oppose further anti-abortion attempts to drive back women's rights and support the first Parliamentary opportunity in a generation to improve the law for women and extend rights to Northern Ireland. All pro-choice supporters welcome!
30 people gathered in Centenary Square, handing out leaflets and talking to the public about the proposed ID card scheme and the National Identity Register.
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An poweful and moving demo at parliament saw over five hundred people pushing through police and reaching the (locked) doors of parliament.