UK Analysis Newswire Archive
12-05-2004 08:10Text of an evaluation doc sent to indymedia ireland email list after the dublin eu mayday mobilisation, where it's become one part of an ongoing discussion and review process following the events in dublin.
We thought it should also be published here.
10-05-2004 21:56This is an open call for articles, inks, digital media or audio files on the topic of insurgency. The work will appear in the first issue of Galeropia, a digital magazine produced by Why War?. Galeropia's vision is a nonviolent theory and practice more potent than the prevailing reliance on polemics and death. Our method will be a targeted expansion of the movement's self-knowledge, aesthetics and practice.
10-05-2004 17:01An excellent article reposted from http://www.zmag.org
10-05-2004 03:46While the shutter captured the gruesome horror in graphic detail, it missed capturing the full scope of the incident, as did CBS. This was not an isolated incident. It was not the result of a few rogues. Rather this incident was the result of careful long-term planning. In fact Bush and every other high official of this administration approved of the torture and we have their own words on that
09-05-2004 20:58A report of what went on at the Colchester social forum and what was decided.
09-05-2004 18:06A very interesting book about the anarchist mouvement in Spain after Franco
Direct link to book: http://www.cedall.org/Documentacio/Castella/cedall20301.htm
07-05-2004 15:42In a world of post-9-11 anti-terrorist hysteria it is more important than ever before to secure our privacy.
06-05-2004 23:48A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion recorded from a shortwave radio. 2 files- broadcast quality (13.3MB) and quick download (3.3MB). With times and freqs for listening at home. Free to rebroadcast. Netherlands, Russia, Spain, and Cuba.
06-05-2004 12:46Mayday in the UK?! What happened?! A dozen people having a picnic in Manchester?! A few art students playing cricket in St James Park?! 30 anarcho-leftists marching with turkish stalinists?!
05-05-2004 16:29The Bush administration is feigning shock and disgust over the revelations of systematic torture of Iraqi prisoners. But there is no doubt whatsoever in my mind that the White House was fully aware that such crimes were being committed and by whom. Not only that, they continually took steps to cover their own butts should the matter ever come up - like refusing to sign onto the International Court and declaring an instant end to the war in May 2003 to circumvent the Geneva Convention. Among the mercenaries being trained in the US and deployed to Iraq, some on the Pentagon payroll, are former commandos from the brutal Pinochet regime and "enforcers" from South Africa's former Aparthied regime."
05-05-2004 15:54As you may know, during the coming 20, 21, 22 and 23 May we shall hold an International Solidarity Conference for Political Prisoners in Miramar Palace, Donostia-San Sebastian.
Capítulo actualizado del Libro “Diez horas con la globalización”(google, elcorteingles, foro-los retos de la globalización, indymedia.org, netbiblo, yahoo...)
“Si queremos construir políticamente Europa, necesariamente tenemos que empezar a analizar como vamos a articular lo local, lo regional y lo supranacional. Además, hemos de hablar de una constitución europea conectada con el porvenir. Esta debe convertirse en el primer eslabón del proceso de construcción política de Europa. El camino, que no va a ser fácil, y por ello debemos comenzar a trazarlo e iniciar su andadura y si ello conlleva él tener que hacer cambios constitucionales en los estado-nación, hagámoslos de manera democrática, cívica y pacífica”.
04-05-2004 08:11The US is controlling Iraq what sort of freedom is this?
04-05-2004 03:11This is an essay by a non-geek about the political implications of Free Software, with a bit of history. For the very beginners
03-05-2004 19:08Americans need to change their federal system of government. They can't do it through the electoral process nor can the engage in violent confrontation with their masters.
03-05-2004 09:24The Left breathes a sigh of relief - now it can begin protesting all the same things it protested in 1935; it can "organize" workers who are once again desperate enough to listen to it. It can find new fuel for its delusions, ranting about "the bosses" and their "profit system". Gimme that ole time religion!