Despite public outcry following reports that 13 acres of ‘protected’ ancient woodland have been destroyed, the ecocidal maniacs responsible have now dumped tonnes of waste rubble onto the site.
While trying to sum up my most optimistic thoughts concisely, I developed these pretentious sounding, quasi-intellectual “#PostCapitalism Equations”;
On the 4th of June, a group of far-right racists want to protest in Brighton against refugees.
Brighton is a city that’s proud of it’s diversity and solidarity. We’ve seen off fascists many times in the past, and we will again.
I just had to unfriend somebody on fedbook.
We had been friends since 2011 when we met at Occupy Democracy’s #TarpaulinRevolution in Parliament Square.
Over the last 5 years I have had many long debates with her about the nature of racism.
Today’s brief convo was the last straw for me though:
Two people arrested opposite Downing St…FOR CHALKING!
NB – this is not satire. See the shocking footage livestreamed by Occupy News Network at Nuit Debout London last night, here: bambuser.com/v/6262144
Nuit Debout website: nuitdebout.fr/globaldebout/en/ 00.25 Pheonix Rising roundup from Nuit Debout London – confirms TWO arrests earlier – for chalking on the pavement. linkis.com/blogspot.com/dui7l 23.06 Wow. Two people have apparently been… Read more “#GlobalDebout – Updates”
The first Angry Band tune of 2016 is a #GlobalDebout BANGER!
The Occupied Sun
500 Cities in 30 Countries
There are now hundreds of cities in 25 countries around the world prepping for the next global wave of democratic, people powered resistance to the emergent fascist global order and there’s been barely a dicky bird from the 1% media. That’s to be expected, but there’s not been much on social media or alt channels in the UK either. What is up with that?
Have you heard about #NuitDebout, or the #GlobalDebout next week, 15th May? #15M? If not, why not? (Please answer in the comments if you can be arsed).
Exhibiting photographs of people’s experiences of different types of homelessness
Every Saturday in May, come along to share your own stories and to hear other peoples
Everybody is invited to write in the book of street stories, to share past and present experiences with our community
The exhibition will be facilitated by Love Activists Brighton and OpSafe Brighton, in solidarity with the homeless folk of Brighton & Hove