The Rogue Embassy of the People is strong with the force!
The first delegation to join is from Rojava..
The Autonomous Nation of Anarchist Libertarians and exiled Sweetstopians have declared the building and it’s territory an embassy.. See the Vienna Convention and the Geneva Convention for references..
We are an embassy for those nations who don’t have representation in the UK or anywhere in the so called civilized world.. We might be on the move soon.. but stay tuned for more as we are only warming up.. 😉
The Autonomous Nation of Anarchist Libertarians is BACK!
SUPPORT A.N.A.L. AGAINST THE 1%!
A.N.A.L. recently acquired their new £15m embassy in the heart of Belgravia. The occupation is addressing the crisis of [empty] housing and the lack of government initiative to counter increasing cost of rents and decreasing prospects of home-ownership. All are welcome. It’s a massive building, with many rooms for different causes & workshops. The court date for eviction proceedings has already been set for 31st January.
Ann Narkeh Media is very proud of this flyer/poster, which was put together in collaboration with Love Activists Brighton for the Street Stories exhibition, which they are co-facilitating with Opsafe Brighton in Brighton Art Market, Saturdays in May.
“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”
After livestreaming with Love Activists Brighton at the Housing and New Homes Committee meeting, I finally got around to filming a few of Brighton’s empty buildings, from halfway down North St to the top of St James St.
There were 16 visibly empty buildings in that short route – some long time derelict, some being refurbished.
I’ve been meaning to do this for ages, as it’s so blatant and deplorable a juxtaposition, when so many people are sleeping in the doorways of shops which have been covered in steel.
The people who are responsible for these spaces actually employ round the clock private security to protect their investments from people desperately in need of shelter.
This investment could be transferred to a homeless person as a 24-7 live-in property guardian, with a mutually vested interest in maintaining and improving the property, rather than protecting it while it rots and people die in their doorways.
Needless to say, there were also several people bedding down for a night sleeping rough in shop doorways and/or begging and/or in need of medical assistance from our massively overburdened, undervalued and underfunded NHS.