There’s only going to be more of this sort of nonsense coming to a street corner near you soon. Brushes on a stick at the ready folks.
Month: April 2014
“We’re facing … the Americanization of our public services through global corporations. We’re witnessing the great divestiture of all our public institutions…….It’s a political decision whether we can afford things or not, how we pay for them and who owns or controls them…..Everything is affordable if you have sufficient taxation and redistribution.” This lecture will show how the government has abolished the NHS; explain how the new structures will operate and what this means for patient access and what needs to be done about it
UKIP leader Nigel Farage will be speaking at a public meeting in Bath at 7.30pm on Tuesday 29th April at ‘The Forum’,1a Forum Buildings, St James Parade, Bath, BA1 1UG
UKIP has used xenophobia, racism and disillusionment with the main political parties to cynically build support for their bigoted, rightwing, pro austerity Party. We call upon all anti racists and anti cuts activists to join us in a demonstration at The Forum starting at 6.30pm on 29th April
Dignity for Asylum Seekers March to Cardiff 29th May – 2nd June
Dignity for Asylum Seekers are a group of asylum seekers, refugees and allies. Over the past 2 years we have organised big marches in Bristol to raise awareness of destitution and detention.
This year we are planning a solidarity walk at the same time as a bigger walk from Strasbourg to Brussels, to protest against the tightening of Borders across Europe, to resist the system of forced destitution and to raise awareness about issues facing asylum seekers in the UK and Bristol.
Come to Bristol Anarchist bookfair this Saturday, we have over 60 stalls, a large discussion room, 30+ workshops and activities + the Radical History Zone at Hydra Books and the Permanent Culture Now marquee. Freshly cooked food by Kebele Cafe & Anarchist Teapot. Kids space and an outside adventure playground.
Roll up, Roll up, Come to the Bristol Radical History Zone this Saturday at the Hydra Bookshop, where you can here about Wally Hope and the Stonehenge Festival, Women Boxers, Street Farms, Asian Youth Movements, World War One resistance and the Bristol film premiere of Epiphany.
Once you have had you head filled up with radical ideas, your bag is heaving with new books and belly full of vegan food, head down to the Bookfair after party for a good knees up to some rabble rousing music.