A homeless man is crying during a television interview. The man is Wes Hall, former spokesman of the Sock Exchange, “a hub for Manchester’s homeless”squatted by Hall and others a few days previously. Footballers Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs allowed the group to stay in the building until February. To a grinning liberal Left, the
City life, from its beginning, was all about uniting people that were not bonded by blood or clan ties.
Right-wing anti-face mask activism has been a mass phenomenon in the US on the grounds of individual freedoms, but seems to be edging into left-libertarian discourse as well — this is not necessarily a good thing.
At the start of the 20th Century, Japan was in a state of technological, cultural and political acceleration.
This is the first in our new regular(ish) Feed ‘em with Freedom cookery slot.
The Anarchist Communist Group has launched a new campaign called “No Safety, No Work,” calling on workers to unite in the face of unsafe working practices and the coming austerity.