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OccupyLSX evicted from St. Paul’s

“This is not the beginning of the end but only the end of the beginning” these were the words tweeted out from St. Pauls’ occupation as it was finally being evicted in the middle of the night of the 28 … Continue reading

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Гражданското общество в България се събуди с вик “Не на шистовия газ!”/ Mass protests across Bulgaria against drilling for shale gas

Между 2000 и 2500 души се събраха днес на граждански протест в София. Под звуците на вувузели, свирки и кречетала бяха издигнати исканията за незабавен мораториум върху технологията на хидравличен удар (фрак) за извличане на шистов газ, вкл. и при … Continue reading

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What does an occupation look like?

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Its an official occupation

This morning, the vicar of St. Paul’s Cathedral has given his permission and blessing to the occupiers and has asked the police to leave. The occupation is official. A Movement in Slow Motion           1 person … Continue reading

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What do the 99% want?

“We are the 99%” “We sit in peace and we have strength in numbers” Bankers got a bail-out, we got sold out” “Neoliberalism sucks, lets try something else. Come on!” These were some of the key messages that people brought … Continue reading

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Protesters occupy Puerta del Sol in Madrid

Peaceful protester occupy the Puerta del Sol square in the centre of Madrid to protest against government planned cuts in public spending in Spain. http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/gallery/2011/may/20/spain-protest#/?picture=374825837&index=0 2 people like this post. Unlike

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A sea of alternatives – march in London

http://goo.gl/pAX8K Thousands from all walks of life march on the 26 March through Central London declaring no to the cuts in public spending amidst a sea of alternatives. 1 person likes this post. Unlike

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This is how “The People” look like

A young man set himself on fire in a small Tunisian village in December 2010 and started a fire across the Middle East. Thousands of people understood his pain of not being able to find a job for two years, … Continue reading

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Rome on fire

Yesterday, after a vote of no-confidence was won narrowly by 3 votes by Berlusconi, amid wide allegations of bribing, protesters in Rome erupted. Read more Like Unlike

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Student Protests today and tomorrow

Another wave of protests and actions across the UK against planned cuts in education and increase of fees, ahead of the parliamentary vote scheduled for tomorrow 9 December. Student occupations are continuing in many universities (SOAS, Birkbeck, Goldsmiths among others) … Continue reading

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