UK Repression Newswire Archive
Historian Howard Zinn (1922-2010), would be remembered above all for his humanity and warmth, were it not for the crystal clarity of his insight. In 'A Power That Governments Can’t Suppress,' he wrote:
‘There is a tendency to think that what we see in the present moment will continue. We forget how often we have been astonished by the sudden crumbling of institutions, by extraordinary changes in people's thoughts, by unexpected eruptions of rebellion against tyrannies, by the quick collapse of systems of power that seemed invincible.’ (Zinn, A Power That Governments Can’t Suppress, City Lights, 2007, p.267)
02-03-2011 18:06Today 2nd march at 14 pm, a fake press release from Royal Bam Group was sent to a large press list including hundreds of financial and economic contacts in Netherlands, UK, Belgium, Ireland and Germany, the European country where such group is operating. The press release was announcing disastrous annual economic results, and it attached a detailed fake financial document showing all the reasons of the losses.
02-03-2011 17:11News Release – for immediate release
02-03-2011 14:12"It 'a living hell from which escape"
Voltage at maximum levels. Four hundred new visitors to Lampedusa. In Bologna, a hundred activists of the social centers have entered the Cie over the wall. An assault: "To free the immigrants." Flames and riots in Turin and Gradisca Cie d'Isonzo
Cie-center for identification and expulsion
Protests of the activists of the social centers in the Center for identification and expulsion of via Mattei
02-03-2011 10:13A group of people involved in radical action around the environment and other social struggles who have been involved with and been affected by recent exposes of infiltrators have come together to create a joint statement on how the issue has evolved and been represented in the media.
If you live in the England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland then I would also like you to break the law. We can do it together, and I know for a fact that an awful lot of people will be doing the same.
28-02-2011 13:52Forty years ago, a book entitled The Greening of America caused a sensation. On the cover were these words: "There is a revolution coming. It will not be like revolutions of the past. It will originate with the individual." I was a correspondent in the United States at the time and recall the overnight elevation to guru status of the author, a young Yale academic, Charles Reich. His message was that political action had failed and only "culture" and introspection could change the world. This merged with an insidious corporate public relations campaign aimed at reclaiming western capitalism from the sense of freedom inspired by the civil rights and anti-war movements. The new propaganda's euphemisms were postmodernism, consumerism and "me-ism".
28-02-2011 12:57The Roots Research Centre and Equanomics UK are assisting author Stephen Armstrong in research for a book with a modern day take on the Orwell book about poverty in the UK 'The Road to Wigan Pier' and he would really like to make contact with people in Manchester, Bradford, Sheffield, Liverpool and Wigan.
Is “manufactured destruction” or “creative destruction” at work?
Is Tripoli being set up for a civil war to justify U.S. and NATO military intervention in oil-rich Libya?
If Qaddafi is not ousted, are the talks about sanctions a prelude to an Iraq-like intervention?
25-02-2011 19:39Kroll, Guy Carpenter ltd, City Police Counter Terrorism Directorate used to silence plumber Ian Puddick for exposing corruption at board level at the worlds largest reinsurance company.
24-02-2011 19:14Solidarity with the Middle Eastern and North African Uprisings
Demonstrate 4.30pm Friday 25th February 2010, Old Steine, Brighton
Over the last eleven days the people of Libya, inspired by revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia and uprisings spreading across the Middle East and North Africa, have risen up against the dictatorship of Muammar Gaddafi. The regime has responded by shutting down phone and internet networks, attacking protests and massacring their own population from the air and with hired mercenaries. The casualties are not yet known but those murdered are estimated at 1000.