UK Repression Newswire Archive
28-09-2004 15:05Peter Sandy, an Aldershot LibDem councillor, has resigned from the Rushmoor LibDem group. He found he could no longer stomach their hypocrisy and childish behaviour.
28-09-2004 14:44This was received by email from the Vice Presidents office in Colombia. It is a response
to an email sent several weeks ago regarding Sintraemicali members murdered and imprisoned
in Colombia. (In response to a then urgent call from Colombia Solidarity Campaign on this situ.)
I dont speak Spanish but I hope someone will provide a translation in due course...
28-09-2004 10:26The "trial" of Rosemarie Jackowski, a 67-year-old U.S. Air Force veteran and antiwar activist in Vermont (USA)
27-09-2004 05:15Seen in the light of the in february 2003 restarted conflict in Darfur, which by the military conduction of both governmental troops and Janjaweed-militias caused the death of more than 50.000 civilians and the expulsion of 1 million people, the sending of UN-Peace-troops is of the greatest importance
26-09-2004 06:09Eight NY Critical Mass cyclists were arrested last night and cycles were confiscated.
25-09-2004 12:42The checkpoints in Palestine are there to make life next to
impossible. They are not a security measure. Anyone
here will tell you this, and it's easy to find out for
25-09-2004 00:40Retired Special Forces soldier Stan Goff comments: "The “tell” is in the audio. When the pilot asks permission to fire, he reports a large number of people… not armed people. People. And permission is granted instantly. This is an indication that the mission guidance is to shoot anyone who is in the street."
24-09-2004 15:56Iraq is becoming daily more chaotic and murderous, says Richard Beeston. DVDs of beheadings are selling in their thousands. Westerners are hated and live in constant fear.
24-09-2004 12:35Blair is lapping up the publicity, on one hand appearing tough on terrorists, and on the other appearing compassionate to the family of British Hostage Ken Bigley.
The truth is very different. The bloodthirsty fools who took the hostages, and killed two so far, have NOT asked for the release of Saddam's evil chemists.
They have asked for the release of large numbers of innocent women still held in Iraqi jails, where brutal treatment and humilitation are heaped upon them.
Rather than admit that the UK government is helping to cover this up, Blair and Bush are prepared to let another innocent man die at the hands of brutal fanatics.
We shouldn't be pleading with Blair to help, we should be kicking his ass.
23-09-2004 16:36Oxford Trades Council 'celebrated' the '84 -5 Miners' Strike, without making any attempt to learn political lessons from that catastrophic defeat for organised labour.
23-09-2004 15:14The brave recourse now is to realism, to admit that a war which cannot be won should soonest be abandoned. Britain should leave Iraq in January, whatever a new American President decides.
22-09-2004 22:30The Khalil Sakakini Cultural Center is using cultural production as a form of disent against the Israeli Occupation
22-09-2004 21:23Story and video
22-09-2004 12:45We are there for each and every one
We are the spokesmen/women for human rights but first and foremost for prisoners and for those found guilty.Our work is based on the international conventions on human rights an arrest and police control siyuations-both governed by the United Nations anti-torture resolution signed most European countries,including United Kingsdom
We are creat in Heidelberg(germany)Montpellier(France) Barcelona( Spain) and now in London
21-09-2004 17:39This is the clearest proof yet that, we are being lied to.
21-09-2004 16:18Solidarity needed for Martin Block, a Dutch activist extradited to Sweeden to face trial for his aleged involvement in actions against the 2001 EU Summit in Gothnberg, Sweeden.
Multi-lingual text follows. Please forward this information and act upon it!
20-09-2004 16:05Pavilion tenants at a meeting called at extremely short notice, slammed Pavilion Housing Association for their failings on repairs, maintenance, and failures to deal with anti-social behaviour. Blame for these problems was placed firmly and squarely at the door of Pavilion chief executive Mervyn Jones. Tenants called for Jones to go.