Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Gypsy Beats and Balkan Bangers vol.2 [Full Album]

Gypsy Beats & Balkan Bangers Vol. 1 [Full Album]

Monday, 21 August 2017

Liquid Sound Company - Acid Music for Acid People (Full Album)

Sunday, 20 August 2017

Sweet Smoke - Just A Poke (Full Album)

Trump's DOJ Demands Personal Info on 1.3M Visitors to 'DisruptJ20' Inauguration Protest Website | Democracy Now!

Trump's DOJ Demands Personal Info on 1.3M Visitors to 'DisruptJ20' Inauguration Protest Website | Democracy Now!

Trump's DOJ Demands Personal Info on 1.3M Visitors to "DisruptJ20" Inauguration Protest Website

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The Justice Department is demanding web hosting provider DreamHost turn over 1.3 million IP addresses of people who visited the website DisruptJ20.org, which was used to organize the protests against President Trump’s inauguration. The Justice Department is also seeking names, addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses and other information about the owners and subscribers of the website. More than 200 protesters were arrested during the Inauguration Day protests and are now facing decades in prison on trumped-up charges. We are joined by Nate Cardozo, a senior staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. His group is assisting DreamHost in its opposition to the 

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A Week of Action to Stop the Arms Fair – 4th-11th September, 2017

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Squatters move into Holloway pub in rents protest | Islington Tribune

Squatters move into Holloway pub in rents protest | Islington Tribune



Squatters move into Holloway pub in rents protest

With London so expensive, it’s the only alternative to living on streets, they claim
18 August, 2017 — By Emily Finch
Squatters Adam and Jamie at the pub
SQUATTERS this week took over an empty pub in Holloway Road in protest against high rents in the capital.
The five squatters, who say they offer housing and food to the less fortunate, moved into the former Liquor Works pub on Sunday.
“We respect the building. We don’t trash it. We don’t rip out the copper wiring,” said squatter Jamie, 26, who did not wish to give his surname.
“Nine out of ten times, we manage to contact the owners to see if we can look after the building and give it back when they ask. We’re squatting to have somewhere to stay. Rent is too expensive in London.”
A courier originally from Margate, Jamie has been squatting for more than five years. He was living in an abandoned drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre in Finsbury Park before moving into the pub.
The three-storey Irish theme pub had been empty for more than three weeks before they moved in, he said.
The former Liquor Works pub in Holloway Road
Another squatter, Adam, said that, with rents in London so high, squatting was the only alternative to living on the streets.

Saturday, 19 August 2017

Shared Assets - we believe that land is a common good that should deliver shared benefits for everyone.

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At Shared Assets we believe that land is a common good that should deliver shared benefits for everyone.

We provide practical advice, support and training to landowners and communities who want to manage land as a sustainable and productive asset.
We also undertake research, policy and advocacy work to help create an environment where common good models of land management can flourish.
We feed learning from this and all our other work into advocacy, campaigning, and new innovations like Land ExplorerUnlocking Networks and Parks Academy.

This Is The End Of The World - Angry Dan for CND

Friday, 18 August 2017

‘Shameful’ Theresa May rejects 9/11 survivors’ appeal to release Saudi Arabia terrorism report

‘Shameful’ Theresa May rejects 9/11 survivors’ appeal to release Saudi Arabia terrorism report: Prime Minister Theresa May has rejected an appeal by survivors of the 9/11 terrorist attacks to publish a report into the role of Saudi Arabia in funding Islamic extremism in Britain.

Prime Minister Theresa May has rejected an appeal by survivors of the 9/11 terrorist attacks to publish a report into the role of Saudi Arabia in funding Islamic extremism in Britain.
In July, the government announced that the Home Office report, which was commissioned by former Prime Minister David Cameron, will not be published because of “national security reasons” and the “vast amount of personal information” it contains.
The announcement that the report, completed six months ago, would be permanently shelved has sparked widespread condemnation amid claims the government is trying to cover up substantial evidence of Saudi Arabia funding terrorist organizations in the UK.
Joining the chorus of opposition, a group of 9/11 survivors signed a public letter to May, urging her to publish the report.
“The UK now has the unique historic opportunity to stop the killing spree of Wahhabism-inspired terrorists by releasing the UK government’s report on terrorism financing in the UK which, according to media reports, places Saudi Arabia at its center of culpability,” the letter, signed by 15 survivors, read.
“The longer Saudi Arabia’s complicity is hidden from sunlight, the longer terrorism will continue.”
The British government has rejected their request, however.
Sharon Remoli, who was on the 80th floor of the North Tower of the World Trade Center in New York when the first plane hit, told the Independent: “The US and the UK continue to protect Saudi Arabia, allowing them to operate freely, with impunity, even supplying them with lethal weapons, as they go about their usual business of inspiring tolerance, committing genocide and human rights violations.”
Brett Eagleson, whose son John died on the 17th floor of the South Tower, told the newspaper the British government is withholding potentially-crucial information.

JUNO REACTOR - Invisible

Monday, 31 July 2017

The Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination

The Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination

Laboratory n.

1 a facility for experiment, research and learning. 

2 a space where small quantities of hazardous materials can have an effect greater than the sum of their parts.
Insurrectionary adj.

1 rising in open resistance to the established order. 

2 the unknowable and unexpected nature of joyous rebellion.
Imagination n.

1 the ability to form images and ideas of things not yet experienced or seen. 2 a useful tool of survival, especially when liberated and shared.

Poland abortion strike: Nearly six million women expected to protest restrictive laws | The Independent

Poland abortion strike: Nearly six million women expected to protest restrictive laws | The Independent

CNN: 'Face-sitting' protest held over UK porn censorship law - Democratic Underground

CNN: 'Face-sitting' protest held over UK porn censorship law - Democratic Underground

But to spare onlookers' blushes (and a potential brush with the law), those taking part in what was dubbed the #PornProtest on Twitter remained fully clothed. 

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One of the protest organizers is Charlotte Rose, winner of the UK sex worker of the year title in 2013 and a free-speech advocate. 

She told CNN that the bill could be perceived as being sexist because the banning of certain acts appears to target women's sexual enjoyment. 

"This is about censorship, and what the government is doing is they're censoring our consent -- so yes, it does affect women, but it also affects every man and every woman," she said. "It affects anybody who enjoys these particular activities."

Mystery Child With an Alien Like Skull Unearthed in Crimea

Sunday, 30 July 2017

Reclaim the Streets & Pink Silver Brigades (Angleterre) | INTERRUPTION

Reclaim the Streets & Pink Silver Brigades (Angleterre) | INTERRUPTION

Reclaim the Streets & Pink Silver Brigades (Angleterre)

“Reclaim the Streets & Pink Silver Brigades”, Angleterre.
Images extraites de “We are everywhere” éd. Verso, 2003.
Construct post-capitalist machine
Merging the radical ecology of Britain’s power full anti-road building movement and the carnivalesque nature of the counter-cultural rave scene of the early-1990’s, Reclaim the Streets (RTS) became a catalyst for the global anticapitalist movements that came to light during the SEATTLE WTO PROTESTS (November 1999).  Combining  a radical ecological and social critique of society with creative forms of direct action and a dedication to non-heirachical organisation, the groups innovative tactics, inspired a new generation of radical activists in the global North.