Statement on Greek events

statement of the Group of Libertarian Communists (Athens) about the events of 6th December Solidarity with anarchist Nikos Romanos Solidarity with those arrested during the events of 6 December 2014 December 6, 2014 marks six years since the cold-blooded murder of 16-year-old Alexandros Grigoropoulos by the cop Korkoneas. This anniversary coincides with the hunger strike... Continue Reading →

Taking a rise out of us!

Following successful picket in Holborn in early May London Anarchist Federation and supporters will be doing the same in Bethnal Green on Sunday July 7th at 1pm. Meet outside Bethnal Green tube by Salmon and Ball pub.Please supportText of leaflet belowTaking a rise out of us!Figures released recently by the Trussell Trust reveal that “Almost... Continue Reading →

The Great Food Robbery

Text of leaflet for May 6th. please come and support!Taking a rise out of us1Figures released recently by the Trussell Trust reveal that “Almost 350,000 people have received at least three days emergency food from Trussell Trust foodbanks during the last 12 months, nearly 100,000 more than anticipated and close to triple the number helped... Continue Reading →

Solidarity Protest – Greek Embassy 18/02/2012

Up to 300 people attended a protest outside the Greek Embassy, in west London, on Saturday 18 February, as part of the international day of solidarity with the Greek people. Speakers from the lecturers’ union, UCU, from the NUS, from the Jubilee campaign, from Occupy UK, and from the Anarchist Federation offered their solidarity, alongside... Continue Reading →

THE CUTS: THEIR LIES, OUR RESISTANCE

The student protests hit the headlines before Christmas with the media focusing on the ‘violence’ and the ‘terrible shock’ given to members of the Royal family. Attention was taken away from the real issues that face both students and the rest of us. The facts are being hidden behind a smokescreen of lies. It is... Continue Reading →

Beyond voting

Have you had enough of politicians posturing before, during and after the general election? Did you think voting would make any real difference to the economic and social crisis that’s hitting us? Are you now asking yourself if anything can be done to defend our interests as working class people and fight for a better... Continue Reading →

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