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  Expressing agreement and support at the General assembly Every day the square changes. There were a dwindling number of Indignados on Plaza Catalunya when the police attacked on the morning of 27 May. 121 were reported injured, of whom … Continue reading

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Politics vs Football: Spanish style

“Caminante no hay camino, se hace camino al andar” A. Machado Today, 28 May Barlecona plays Manchester United in the Football Champions League Final and if they win everyone will gather at Bafcelona´s Plaza Catalunya, where protesrets have been camping … Continue reading

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Spain rocks!

Against the backdrop of one of the highest unemployment rates among young people in Europe, the Spanish take to the streets and a change of mentality has begun: And each poster has a clear message: http://www.letra.org/spip/spip.php?article4060     2 people … Continue reading

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The continuing Lybian uprising and the future of Western intervention there

The chairman of the Libyan Transitional National Authority, Mustafa Abdul Jalil, has recognised the key role of NATO-led intervention in Libya but has called for the international community to “Give us the means to liberate ourselves and we will astonish … Continue reading

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The Multitude march for the Alternative

Over half a million people marched today in London in a massive demonstration against the cuts planned by the UK government. They are the Multitude and come from all ages and walks of life: trade unions, youth, students, pensioners, members … Continue reading

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Eyewitness testimonies from Bahrain, arab revolutions continue

The finely intertwined smell of fear of disrupted oil supplies and Libyan oil drove Western leaders to an unprecedented efficiency in organising a military operation within 48 hours of UN Security Council resolution 1973. The “ownership” of the Arab revolutions … Continue reading

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Who is reponsible for the shocking levels of violence on 9 December

Press conference on Alfie Meadows and Police tactics The account on last Thursday clashes in the Centre of London between police and protesters against cutting funding for higher education and triple increase in tuition fees, without any pretense for an … Continue reading

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Forget about the violence, education reform is a problem for everyone

As Parliament voted for tripling education fees last night and the police kettle grew tighter the violence level increased in Parliament Square in Central London. That should not have been a surprise to anyone. Every week since the beginning of … Continue reading

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SOAS staff support for the second week of occupation

Statement of staff of the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) of the University of London in support the student occupation and protest! “We, the undersigned members of staff at SOAS, wish to express our strong support for SOAS … Continue reading

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“We are no longer the generation that doesn’t care”

The voice of the new generation A young student activist speaks at the Conference of the Coalition of Resistance in London, November 2010 1 person likes this post. Unlike

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