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Last Hours Indeed (part 2)

April 4th, 2007 · posted by isy · marked as: Columns

The last few days, we’ve been hanging around our garden in T-shirts. I’ve seen ladybirds and butterflies, and the trees are leafy and lovely and all that sounds great – but it’s fucken November!! Doesn’t anyone else think something really weird is going on?

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The Dawning Of A New Era

April 4th, 2007 · posted by Itch · marked as: Columns

When the folk inside Parliament claim that young people aren’t interested in politics, they could do themselves a favour and peek out the window to see a direct action demonstration largely attended by young people not bored with politics but bored with the abysmal policies of Tony Blair. Sack Parliament opened the door for a new movement. If the mainstream news were to be believed, the only youths in hoody’s were throwing petrol bombs at Muslims in Windsor. The ‘unreported’ hoody’s however, have united in Parliament Square to take the heroic action of civil disobedience by attempting to lie down in the middle of the road, thus stopping MP’s from entering the Houses of Parliament. One day without them in there will save a lot of destruction.

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The Carbon Neutral Con

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by anon · marked as: Articles

What happened when a small group of intrepid aficionados of climate justice occupied the Carbon Neutral Company offices, London, 21.2.07

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The Humble Compilation

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by anon · marked as: Articles

At the very centre of the anarcho-punk movement (or DIY community if you prefer) lies the oft overlooked compilation album.

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Story of a Blockade

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by anon · marked as: Articles

Its 6 am and still dark. As we approach the warehouse the car in front of us screeches to a halt. Its passengers leap out and run toward the first set of gates clutching the bicycle D-Locks they plan to use to attach themselves to the warehouse gate….

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A spanner in the corpse machine

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by Jack Weir · marked as: Articles

On Saturday 23rd September, some people went down to London Soldier – “For three days only, Chelsea will be transformed into a hive of military activity, demonstrating the best the Army and the Reserve Forces have to offer” – armed with piles of State Of Emergency’s “Join the army – be depressed” leaflets to offer potential recruits some information on the possible downsides to taking the Queen’s Euro.

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Community Energy

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by Conspiracy Tom · marked as: Articles

The 2/3 of energy that would normally be wasted as heat by a regular power station is captured, and used. This is called Combined Heat and Power (CHP), and massively increases the energy efficiency, leading to a corresponding massive decrease in the carbon dioxide CO2 emissions from energy production.

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Sack Parliament, In My Eyes

April 3rd, 2007 · posted by Jack Weir · marked as: Articles

Reflections on the Sack Parliament Day of Action

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Photography rampage!

October 11th, 2006 · posted by chris 12-o-5 · marked as: Columns

Sorry if my archive is a bit confusing! I don’t have any back issues here to know which issues things went in so I have to guess. I hope you like this old rant about photography.

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Media Minefield column

February 11th, 2006 · posted by chris 12-o-5 · marked as: Columns

I study broadcast journalism at the University of Leeds. A lot of people, not least myself sometimes, have a problem with the idea of the mass media, a body that chooses the stories it deems worthy of reporting, discarding others that may be important but are not thought to be ‘in the public interest’.

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