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M26 commentary

April 13th, 2011 · posted by anon · marked as: Blogs · Last Hours blog

Someone’s done a nice job of compiling a range of accounts and comments on the actions around the March for the Alternative on March 26th – have a browse!
http://march26.posterous.com/

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Interview: Atari Teenage Riot

April 12th, 2011 · posted by anon · marked as: Articles · Interviews

Atari Teenage Riot are back after a ten year break and have plenty to say about society, politics and economics. We posed some timely questions to foundering member Alec Empire.

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Mayday! Mayday!

April 11th, 2011 · posted by anon · marked as: Blogs · Last Hours blog

Mayday, traditionally a day for workers’ self organisation and grassroots agitation, is being celebrated in Brighton with a street party and protest on Saturday the 30th April. Location and more details will be announced nearer the time. Meanwhile an excellent free zine has been produced with contributions about Mayday and resistance from a wide range [...]

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Network X: Anti-capitalist resistance to the cuts

December 21st, 2010 · posted by anon · marked as: Blogs · Last Hours blog

‘On 15th and 16th January we are calling a gathering for all networks and individuals that are oppositional, non hierarchical and opposed not only to the cuts, but to capitalism itself.’
This is the call for a weekend gathering to discuss anti-capitalist, anti-authoritarian resistance to the government cuts.
It’s only through linking our struggles that we [...]

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Panic on the streets of London

December 10th, 2010 · posted by anon · marked as: Articles · resistance

“The overall feeling of the yesterday was anger. On both sides there was a palpable sense of gloves coming off. The crowd crackled with it throughout the day, partly built up by the excesses of the police, but most of the anger was aimed at the continual, and clear, betrayal of young people by the political class in the UK…” An eye witness report from 9th December student demonstration against the increase in fees, abolition of EMA etc, by one of the people on the streets.

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FITwatch falls victim to state repression

November 15th, 2010 · posted by anon · marked as: Blogs · Last Hours blog

Anyone who is familiar with Last Hours will know we have supported FITwatch, a group set up to monitor police Forward Intelligence Teams at protests.
FITwatch has been targeted by police after the Millbank protests last Wednesday for offering advice to those in attendance at the protest about how to deal with the possibility of arrest.
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Refund our Future: Reflections on the invasion of Millbank Tower

November 11th, 2010 · posted by anon · marked as: Articles · resistance

During yesterday’s protest against cuts to education crowds stormed Tory headquaters. Windows where smashed and offices destroyed. As a result we can witness the capitalist system bend and buckle in its attempts to dismiss these acts of anger as illegitimate.

Amongst the 1,000s that played some role in the invasion of Millbank Tower, where workers and students from all areas of society. We condemn both the media claim that a small group of anarchist antagonists where responsible (juxtaposed by their own images showing thousands rallying around the building) as well as the notion that the students involved are part of a privileged class. The idea that working class youth are some how exempt from the desire for education is both naive and patronising.

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All out for the Bristol Election Mobilisation -updated 23/04/10

April 21st, 2010 · posted by anon · marked as: Blogs · Last Hours blog

Local anarchist groups and other campaign groups are organising to protest the next TV debate between the top three parties in Bristol tomorrow.
The demo will start at the Mercure Hotel, Redcliff Hill, Bristol, BS1 6SQ at 4pm and then move round the corner to the Arnolfini art gallery.
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The politics of life

March 30th, 2010 · posted by anon · marked as: Articles · resistance

With the announcement of the UK general election ‘our’ leaders and media have gone into an electioneering frenzy. Last Hours has published an election poster questioning the grey, cynical weighing up of the least bad options that we are told is democracy. Because the ballot box cannot contain our desires, and government is not the limit of our imagination.

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Olympic airline protests in Athens

March 11th, 2010 · posted by anon · marked as: Articles · photo · resistance

The first set of photos from Fil Kaler, who is in Athens, covering the Greek general strike is of the sacked Olympic airlines worker protest.

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