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THE SHACK DWELLERS MOVEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA
3 talks by Richard Pithouse of the South African shack dwellers movement, Abahlali baseMjondolo
WEDNESDAY 30th MAY FILM NIGHT:
SOUTH PACIFIC STRUGGLES
28-05-2007 20:19We declare war on the leaders of the world...
28-05-2007 16:17100th Anniversary Commemoration
Saturday June 2nd 2007, Liverpool
Assemble 12.30pm Combermere Street, off Park Road, Liverpool 8.
March to City Centre. March led by James Larkin RFB.
Afternoon function in the Casa Bar, Hope Street
28-05-2007 14:16Make the G8 Precarious, Flexi-Fight the New World Order
Superfluous and Superheroes of the World: Unite and Take Over!
From 6-8 June, together with thousands of others, as part of the Block G8
campaign, we will cut the G8 Summit in Heiligendamm off from its
infrastructure. The other world – the one we say is possible – will, once
again, be revealed as already here.
26-05-2007 22:41Screening of The Iron Wall and a talk/discussion with Atef Masad on his recent trip to Gaza
8pm Thursday June 7th
Gregson Community Centre, Moor Lane, Lancaster
26-05-2007 19:15March on David Cameron's house: Against luxury apartments and for affordable housing
26-05-2007 16:17Only 25 per cent of normal truckloads of groceries and supplies are getting out of the Tesco distribution depot at Livingston near Edinburgh as the strike by drivers takes effect, according to reliable inside information given to the T&G section of Unite - the union.
25-05-2007 18:05One of the last important non-commercial centers in Germany is threatened with eviction. There is a call for solidarity-actions on a global action day:
25-05-2007 18:03Last Saturday, anti-capitalists in Reading opened the squatted Common Ground Community Garden to the public for the first time, and are receiving support from all corners of the community.
25-05-2007 17:14THE LEVEL IS DEAD
25-05-2007 10:32New Uber warfare strategies of the 21st century have relegated conventional war and to a lesser extent guerilla war strategies to history. Today’s ubiquitous and highly accessible computer technologies have redefined warfare. Traditional militaries are facing redundancy, irrelevance and heightened vulnerability from skilled digital operators. The keyboard is proving to be the most effective weapon of the modern age! Uber war is asymmetry taken to its final phase. In theory a single individual is now capable of subverting a State! The digital age has resulted in a universal dependence on digital technology. The most powerful military powers are now exposed to (persistent) direct and indirect digital attacks – it is only a matter of time before a skilled digital warrior succeeds in compromising the defence capability of a superpower.
A talk by Richard Pithouse of the South African shack dwellers movement, Abahlali baseMjondolo. http://www.abahlali.org/