Diary Of A Squat (1989) Written by Jean Delarue Read by Dorothy Spencer and Carl Cattermole We loved this very rare and beautiful book so much that we made it into a free audiobook. Jean Delarue wrote this diary during his time spent at an autonomous squat operated by people who were homeless during Thatcher’s
Together, we should fight the forces that want some of us dead and the rest of us meekly agreeing to their tyranny.
These blockades are part of a coordinated international action today to disrupt the flow of arms to Israel, with workers in France, Denmark and the Netherlands also shutting down factories today which supply arms to Israeli forces.
In Kissinger’s ultra-realist perspective, the state and only the state could serve as a legitimate or functional vehicle for foreign policy, with the lives, experiences and suffering of people living in and under those states so much chaff in the wind.
Amara Kromah, Abdul Kader, and Abdalla Bari took control of the oil tanker El Hiblu 1 when it became clear that the crew wanted to return them to Libya illegally.
The offices of Elbit's landlords 'LondonMetric' have been shut down by Palestine Action.