UK Anti-militarism Newswire Archive
04-11-2004 20:54just a small report on today's "naming the dead" action on cornmarket street
04-11-2004 18:34reaction to the election
activists activate now
peace movement uk election strategy discussion
live music: the rub
04-11-2004 13:49According to the BBC al Qaida does not exist!
03-11-2004 15:51Spread the word...
6.00 pm Thursday
Near Holborn tube.
March to US Embassy!
03-11-2004 12:05I have spent time in the "Triangle of Death" and have suffered great personal tragedy there. I cannot express how deeply I am opposed to the deployment of British troops to that area. I hope that the following piece will enlighten people to some Iraqi's opinions, as well as my own. In my view it is a political deployment, and it's about time our military "boys" acted like the big "men" that they claim to be, and stop getting pushed around by our politicians.
03-11-2004 10:09An anti-war protester has been arrested outside the Foreign Office in
Whitehall in a dramatic visual protest against the imminent attacks on
02-11-2004 17:38We know that major new attacks on Iraq's cities are imminent, with the prospect of thousands more killed and maimed civilians. Thursday's Naming the Dead and Die-In at 3.00pm in Cornmarket will give you a chance to express your sorrow and indignation over those already unjustly killed.
31-10-2004 23:36URGENT ! - To all CamPeace supporters
31-10-2004 01:36Brightons local arms manufacturer EDO MBM ( http://www.mbmtech.co.uk/ ) got a visit on Wed 27th Oct as the workers were finishing up their day messing around with bomb release mechanisms, and that kinda thing, by a crowd of 20 or so halloweened (ie masked and looking funky!) protesters, banging woks against railings, tooting car horns, whistleing, loud speakering, you know, generally making a racket.
30-10-2004 17:04The close relationship between fascist individuals and groups from the period of Nazi rule in Europe with the Republican Party of the United States.
30-10-2004 15:27In a peaceful anti-war protest in the town centre of leeds 2 activists were brutally arrested by police on section 5 of the public order act. The Leeds Revolution staged a sponge throwing at an impersonation of George Bush on the eve of the US election. This started at about 1pm until 2:30pm where the police arrived and forcefully broke up the demonstration by arresting 2 activists.