UK Repression Newswire Archive
07-11-2006 19:59AFP have reported today that Iraqi leaders have agreed a draft law to allow former members of Saddam Hussein's Baath Party back into government jobs, a top official said on Monday.
07-11-2006 17:37On Monday (6th Nov), an animal rights protestor was up before the magistrates of Hertford for a breach of section 14 of the Public Order Act. Basically he had not done as an officer had told him during a demonstration at GSK’s site in Ware, Hertfordshire on 16th June, 2006. There were two sec.14 notices in question and while the protestor was found guilty of breaking the second, the magistrates called the first one, relating to a protest at GSK’s massive site at Stevenage, “unlawful and misconceived”.
07-11-2006 17:17Date: 6 November 2006
SHAC activist found guilty of public order offence
06-11-2006 20:48LETTER IN SUPPORT OF THE PEOPLE OF OAXACA
the pics show the protesters, a military spy caught by activists, burned out barricades, activists with self-made-bazookas and molotov cocktails for protecting - if necessary - the mega marcha against the police.
06-11-2006 13:13Big mobilisation haven't turned out very successful recently. The 22nd October Collective gives us an idea why. Some more thoughts on strategies and what makes them work.
06-11-2006 11:50Reposted from the BBC - I know its not really in line with IMC guidelines, but this is too funny to ignore:
>> Hundreds of people applying to join the police have gone on the rampage in the northern Indian city of Ghaziabad. Riots began because many felt a written test was too difficult, officials say. The mob of would-be officers rampaged along a stretch of the main road to Delhi, attacking people and property. Almost 30 people were arrested. Passengers were forced from their vehicles and reports say several women were molested. It took police an hour to bring the riots under control.
05-11-2006 23:07Merseyside STWC welcomed Palestinian delegation and Tony Benn to Liverpool
05-11-2006 22:13Several anti-fascist were arrested after attack of the nazi march in the midle of september, 2 of them still in prison, yesterday a lot of anti-fascists were arrested in St. Petersburg and some other russian cities after counter-actions against nazi-marches. Some of them were injured during the arrests. Will let you know more later!
I was not able to upload typeset flyer, but below are the photos & text used if you want to use any. On the 8 x 10 flyer, the six photos from around the world are smaller than they appear here, about 1.5 x 1.5. The flyer includes a 3.5 x 5 photo of the girl confronting the PFP (Policia Federal Preventiva, Mexican Federal Riot Police), and a separate large poster was made just with her photo and the legend:
the world is watching
November 2, 2006
05-11-2006 10:24The second article on London bombings, involving the explication of hypothesis contained in the first one, attracted many comments, some of them rather elaborate, including broader political and philosophical matters. In this article, those comments and author's response are being posted- at the end of the original article.
The police did even have to leave the city because of the strong resistance.
pics of the battle:
05-11-2006 08:07Recent news reports have revealed an incident of unrest in Nottingham in which people built barricades and fought police - prefiguring the mass revolt which could become more frequent in the face of widespread repression.
04-11-2006 18:19Felicity Arbuthnot writes, The U.S. administration's stage managed illegal farce: the trial of Iraq's legitimate President and others of his government seems set to conclude(with the U.S., puppet 'Prime Minister' Maliki having already declared a guilty verdict) to coincide with America's mid-term elections.