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Some thoughts on the politicisation of the killing of Jean Charles de Menezes

23-08-2005 16:18

Is a serious issue being hijacked by certain political groups to further their own ends rather than to find out the truth?

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Newsflash: Indymedia Working "Within the System"

23-08-2005 14:43

So . . . you're a political activist and you think that it's necessary to use the mainstream media to educate people about certain issues. It seems to make sense that you should use these methods to reach people, because otherwise, who will notice you?

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CFP: Immaterial Labour, Multitudes and New Social Subjects

23-08-2005 08:23

Papers are invited for a conference:

"Immaterial Labour, Multitudes and New Social Subjects: Class Composition in Cognitive Capitalism"

Venue: University of Cambridge, UK: Location: to be announced.

Date: Saturday 29 – Sunday 30 April 2006

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Neo Constitution

23-08-2005 07:36

Iraqi women are in a near panic as the threat of a Sharia law based legal system hovers ominously over the constitutional protection once promised along with the pelting of U.S servicemembers with flowers upon the liberation of Baghdad.

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Jan Benvie third report from Baghdad

20-08-2005 22:08

Jan at Edinburgh City Chambers in 2003.
This is Jan Benvie's final report from Baghdad after her 6 week stint there with Christian Peacemakers. Jan who is from Kirkcaldy in Fife, Scotland is now safely home.

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Art of War : Making a Killing on Wall Street

20-08-2005 20:54

Making a Killing on Wall Street
Making a Killing on Wall Street:

Stock prices of Halliburton, Exxon, British Petroleum, Boeing (and other war-related companies) have doubled since the Iraq Invasion

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IAN BLAIR (hopefully soon to be ex Police Commissioner), COVERUP COP

20-08-2005 15:34

Jean Charles de Menezes and Jean's heartbroken family deserve justice and the truth. We all deserve a police force that protect us. Jean's cousin Alessandro Pereira is right, he wants those who break the law including the 'police' murderers who illegally killed Jean to be prosecuted.

"Shoot to kill", no questions asked, only happens police states, and is dangerous to the rule of law and puts the lives of other innocents like Jean Charles de Menezes at risk.
The police are supposed to uphold the law and tell the truth
Instead Blair, you allowed the murder of innocent Jean Charles de Menezes. Then you told lies about what happened, but worse you lied about Jean and smeared his good reputation.

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Victory for animal testing centre

19-08-2005 11:33

The extremist leaders of a high-profile animal rights movement were forced into bankruptcy by the testing centre the campaign was aimed at.

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18-08-2005 23:48

A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.

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Umberto Marzocchi's "Remembering Spain" back

18-08-2005 20:05

Eyewitness account of the Anarchist militia in the Spanish revolution reprinted - Umberto Marzocchi's
Remembering Spain : Italian Anarchist Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War

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Call for articles: Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice

18-08-2005 17:14

Something for armchair anarchos perhaps

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The killing of Jean Charles de Menezes

18-08-2005 15:56

Craig Murray reacts to the latest revelations about the probable murder of Jean Charles de Menezes

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21/7 suicide bombers had no bombs or desire to commit suicide

18-08-2005 13:36

Bits of information in an arrest warrant show that the 21/7 bombs were, by design, not capable of damage. They are a mix of flour and hair gel! Only the detonators had explosives in. Probably as powerful as a french banger firework. Original article linked.

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Video: Bristol Journalists in 'Day of Action' to defend local press

17-08-2005 14:59

Video Videostill: interviewing one of the journalists at the action
On Tuesday lunchtime (16th August 2005) there were lots of people clustered around the Evening Post building in Bristol – these were workers and National Union of Journalists members – there to protest at the cuts that the Evening Post owner, Northcliffe (owned by Daily Mail and General Trust PLC – the group also owns Venue, Bristol Observer,, Western Daily Press, Metro and much more!)

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Menezes murder story unravels

17-08-2005 14:58

IPCC investigation shows the Police statements were patently false

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The Angry Brigade

17-08-2005 10:33

Described as 'mad', 'terrorists', 'adventurists', or at best authors of 'gestures of a worrying desperation', the Angry Brigade were condemned without any attempt to analyse their actions or to understand what they signified in the general context of the class struggle in course.

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C4 News reports the truth (finally) or at least some of it

16-08-2005 18:14

C4 has just reported leaks from the Independent Police Commission investigation into the shooting of innocent Brazilian.

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Is your union funding New Labour?

16-08-2005 14:16

The war in Iraq, ID cards and the removal of our civil liberties through the 2005 Prevention of Terrorism Act are just a few of the things that this Labour government have forced on us all recently. Now how would you feel if you found out you had been funding Labour during the war and still are now as ever more oppressive legislation is brought in to force? Well if you are a member of one of the big Trade Unions, affiliated to the TUC, then it's likely that's just what you have been doing. Unions have given somthing like 24 million pounds to the party since 2002 .

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Foreign Policy / Israeli State & Ultra Right / US Anti-war Movement

16-08-2005 11:21

Foreign Policy / Israeli State & Ultra Right / US Anti-war Movement

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All Australians deserve a fair trial

16-08-2005 10:24

So now you see the light, eh! Stand up for your rights. come on!
David Hicks could be facing a U.S military commission in a matter of weeks. We must act now. Sign our letter demanding that Alexander Downer get David Hicks back here to face an Australian court:
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