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Israel is not even looking for peace, peace as any thoughtful, disinterested person in the world would define it
Oppose the broadcast of the BNP hate message under the guise of a Party Election Broadcast. Contact broadcasters and complain, picket their offices and call on workers to 'pull the plugs'.
Struggle against megalomaniac energy provider RWE and the biggest human-made hole of europe.
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Thursday 24th April marked the one year anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, in which over 1000 people died, and thousands more were seriously injured. Benetton shops were closed across Europe by protesters demanding compensation for the victims.
GAP Cambridge shut in shame on 1st Anniversary of Rana Plaza Collapse
GAP and GAP Kids shops were shut in shame in Cambridge yesterday as customers, workers and passers-by were reminded and informed about the 1st anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster where workers were mass murdered by the company’s practices.
BREAKING NEWS Eastern Ukraine, 25th April 2014. Workers in 5 mines belonging to the strategic coal basin around Krasnodon (Eastern Ukrainian Oblast of Lugansk) are on strike since 22nd April. Just one hour ago official media confirms, that public transport and other sectors in town have joint the strike in solidarity
Saturday 26th April 1.00 pm, Rally at Windrush Square, Brixton, London, SW9 - Free Mumia Abu Jamal Now !
Ideas will ignite change - Spark it up time!
The Bristol Anarchist Bookfair returns for it's 6th bash-back on Saturday 26 April, with enough ideas, debates and books to spark a conflagration. So come on down and add your fuel to the fire.
Our title piece is an adaptation of the banned film, Unlawful Killing, about what the jury decided was the "unlawful killing" of Lady Diana Spencer, who wrote in letter that her husband was planning a car "accident" for her. A legal document to the same effect was hidden for years by the UK's top police officer, who, far from being disciplined, was made a life peer. We conclude with an interview of Sibel Edmonds by Nafeez Ahmed on murky busine$$ of the US establishment surrounding Sep 11th.
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'If you don't fight, you've already lost': Animal rights activist facing six years in jail remains defiant April 17, 2014
Nigel Farage will launch his European election campaign at a rally in Sheffield today.
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Over recent years there have been many attempts to stop UK activists protesting against Europe’s largest animal testing laboratory; Huntingdon Life Sciences. Activists have been arrested, raided, imprisoned and banned from taking part in the campaign.
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A summary of a four year investigatory series into human medical torture program operated by the US government that seeks to interface computers and human by means of radio.
Real World War One Free School
Sunday 18 May at No. 88 Fleet Street (entrance in St. Brides Avenue), London EC4 1DH (Blackfriars or Chancery Lane Tube)
Cosmology, History and Archaeology
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A second mystery around the disappearance of Flight MH370 has largely gone unnoticed
We conclude Massimo Mazzucco's film, The New Pearl Harbor, looking this time at the remarkable circumstances surrounding the instantaneous freefall collapse of 3 steel framed skyscrapers (the first such collapses in history, happening largely in freefall as even NIST was forced eventually to admit).
A new world order on the anvil