Freedom News

Blocking the Internet during revolt: Kanaky and the suburbs as laboratories

May 29th: A method once reserved for authoritarian regimes or periods of war is now being implemented by the French government in New Caledonia

Activists cut internet access for arms factory that supplies Israel

May 28th: Activists from Palestine Action Scotland sabotaged the internet cables of Edinburgh's Leonardo factory and sprayed red paint over their fighter jet model displays.

image: Robin Stott, Geograph

High Court: Police and Crime Act places “disproportionate burden on Gypsies”

May 23rd: A judgement on the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022 last week handed a victory to campaigners for Gypsy and Traveller rights.

Image: Cold War Steve on Twitter

Freedom announces election night coverage

May 22nd: With UK elections called for July 4, a six week campaign now begins and Freedom is ready to analyse it like never before.

Netherlands: Far right coalition to curb protest, challenge Refugee Convention

May 22nd: In combination with bottom-up neoliberal redistribution and a brutalisation of ethics and language, this new fascist wave threatens to develop into a tsunami.

In Montpellier, Kanak and supporters of the Palestinian people demonstrated together "against colonialism" this Saturday, May 18. Photo by Mathieu Le Coz / Hans Lucas

New Caledonia: Kanak revolt confronts French state and settler militias

May 21st: The revolt started a week ago in the south Pacific territory, after a series of disputed independence referenda.

EE item on UK morning TV show

Fixing the UK food supply

May 16th: As Everybody Eats continues with Robin Hood-style actions in multiple UK cities, group Vegans Support the Farmers are promoting a just transition for producers.

Clapton Community Football Club and Football For Palestine organised a tournament

The Mohammed Barakat cup: Solidarity through football

May 15th: Our message, visible on the banners raised around the pitch, was for a Free Palestine and the end of the ongoing genocide in Gaza.

General strike: Argentina in slow motion

May 11th: On Thursday, unions held a second general strike against far-right President Javier Milei's “adjustment policies” and austerity.

Confronting the eco-fascists in Lyon

May 7th: To defuse an eco-fascist campaign, radicals in Lyon are working on intellectual and legal counterattacks