A Day of Peaceful Action Against Aviation Expansion
- Saturday, 1st October 2016, HEATHROW AIRPORT
- Family Friendly Flashmob
- Critical Mass Bike Block
Tell UK Gov. Plc & their chums in the aviation industry to #StayGrounded.
In solidarity with local and international groups, and in defence of climate and social justice all over the world, Reclaim the Power and others are calling for safe and peaceful action against the aviation industry, with a family-friendly flashmob and critical mass bike bloc at Heathrow airport.
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The Occupied Sun ONE YEAR TO STOP DSEI… #StopDSEI #DSEI2017
Shut Down the Arms Fair
DSEI Profiting from DEATH
12-15 September 2017 at Excel London
Pledge to take action at caat.org.uk
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So, I’ve been reviewing this website and have realised that my output over the last month or so has become somewhat distracted by the partly political parliamentary pantomime. I think the sheer absurdity of the ongoing #ChickenCoup debacle might have driven me a little bit over the edge…so, apologies.
I do still believe it’s important to support the struggle to reform Westmonster, but I don’t think that will happen if we focus all of our energies there. I think we need to practice what the Americans call ‘full spectrum dominance’ ie: we must fight on all fronts, not put all our eggs in one basket.
So. Over the coming days, Ann Narkeh Media‘s publications will return to promoting what’s happening on the frontlines of British and global activism – refocusing on setting the agenda, rather than commenting on the prescribed narratives – on policies more than personalities and on action not naval gazing.
As we approach the fifth anniversary of the international Occupy movement, there are some exciting things brewing in the UK and around the world. We have kept it lit and the embers are stirring. Comrade Corbyn’s revolution has added much fuel to the fire.
While the Parliamentary Labour Party continues purging Corbynistas in an increasingly surreal McCarthyist witchhunt, there has never been a better time to direct party politics’ energy beyond Westmonster.
You can preview the current agenda and add suggestions to it in The Occupied Sun Bored Room or by emailing Ann Narkeh directly: annnarkeh (at) gmail (dot) com
Please help distribute the forthcoming publications far and wide, thankyou.
The Labour (Partly) Chicken Coup is a tragicomedy.
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Soundtrack by Angry Band.
Post Satire is a series of short video clips, the best of which will eventually be polished up and presented as a relentless mindfuck of a tv show. The playlist so far is here:
Personal blog 25-8-16
Hell of a week.
Huge thanks to the Occupiers who made me an editor of the Occupy London fedbook page. Singular, awesome thanks to Scriptonite of the Canary fame for giving The Occupied Sun and Ann Narkeh Media such a lovely plug – all this after the low of being booted from Occupy News Network. According to the Canary, The Occupied Sun is ‘printing some of the most brilliant spoof front pages in Britain’!
It feels amazing to be recognised by comrades whose work I respect so much. I was feeling pretty low after the way Pedro, Donnie and Luke unceremoniously dropped me, but I dealt with it the best I could and the good people of Occupy noticed, caught me and gave me an even bigger platform to rant, rave and ramble on. Which was exceptionally awesome of them. Thankyou.
Since the article in the Canary, The Occupied Sun has gathered a load more likes and this site’s traffic has gone crazy. Welcome new subscribers and thanks again for all the likes and stuff…
Then Tom Palmer died.
I didn’t know Tom that well, but I liked admired and respected what I did know of him. We met at a few protests in London and we chatted a fair bit online. He was a remarkable bloke, in all the ways that people who knew him better than me can describe.
I miss what I knew of him more than I usually would for a vague acquaintance’s passing, because he was so remarkable in his approach to life and the insights and friendship he offered to strangers like me and apparently to everyone. He was unequivocal and uncompromising. He was loud and obnoxious and arrogant. He was a rockstar protest legend and he will be remembered and missed by those who were close to him, those who didn’t get on with him and those who only vaguely knew of him.
Bless up Kingfisher. Rest in peace. Love and hugs to all who knew him. There’s a gathering this Saturday.
I had to have emergency surgery on my tooth earlier. I’m a bit delirious. Need to go to the dentist in the morning and get it properly seen to. Gonna upload some more Post Satire now ready to bother everybody with tomorrow.
Peace, love, respect, anarchy.
Farewell Comrade, We Salute You. RIP TOM PALMER
‘Agent’ Tom Palmer will be sadly missed by many.
“We have lost a Musician, Artist, Poet, Anarchist, Activist, Victim and fellow Occupier. Someone that could have changed the world.
Agent Janie Mac
Read Agent Janie Mac’s full eulogy to Tom, here.
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London Mayor Joins #ChickenCoup Traitors
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