The plebs and PIIGS of London (Londoners from Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and Spain) greet the toffs, politicians, bankers and business ‘leaders’ at the Lord Mayor’s Banquet.
The Coalition of Resistance is organising a European conference against Austerity, Cuts and Privatisation, and in defence of the Welfare State on Saturday 1st October in London.
It’s not rocket science to work out why things are kickin’ off here at the moment. Our checklist of the real criminal activity.
In the distance I hear the massed horns and megaphones of resistance, and I am drawn towards them like, well, I would say moth to a flame, but in this case perhaps a fish to a bicycle is more appropriate.
Notoriously violent protest group UK Uncut witnessed more scenes of wanton destruction as a young girl beat the hell out of a fat cat banker.
This Saturday sees the latest wave of demonstrations organised by UK Uncut, this time targetting banks and turning them into hospitals as part of an action being dubbed Emergency Operation.
Over 200 activists squeezed into rooms at Friends Meeting House on Thursday night to show solidarity and organise to defend the right to protest from the sort of oppression we are seeing from the Police and the State.
Parts of the ‘progressive’ media are hammering home distinction between ‘good’ protesters and ‘bad’, and – a recent development this – between ‘good’ direct actions and ‘bad’.
If you’re not sorted for transport to London, it’s hopefully not too late, there’s a big long list of buses running (there may be spaces left), check here.