Monthly Archives: May 2013

Media Mayhem

Favourite Films

The Colour Of Truth

“…you only get smarter by playing a smarter opponent”

Apocalypse Now
“…terminate with extreme prejudice”

Star Wars Episode 3
“…from my point of view the Jedi are evil”

The Usual Suspects
“..the greatest trick the devil ever played…”

The Dark Knight
“…you either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain”

Shutter Island
“Which would be worse, to live as a monster, or die as a good man?

Infernal Affairs

La Haine
“it’s about a society falling down…”

The Freshest Kids

Ghost In The Shell
“…stand alone comlpex.”

“when you go undercover, remember who you are”

The History Boys
“…one thing after another”

“Our Land”

Prison Song

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Audio Anarchy

Please enjoy this list of names we have taken on board during our many wandering travels, and exploring adventures:

Susan Rosenthal
John Gatto
Chris Hedges
Thomas Szasz
John Breggin
Jack Saturday

Radio Broadcasts have included:

Too Long In This Place
Another World Is Possible (, http://feed://
Empire, Power and People
Unwelcome Guests (
Madness Radio
Audio Anarchy

At first, we punched their names into search engines

however, when the internet clamped down on the ability to download from these sites, soon, we went over to

finally, key articles we read include
Jan Matthews, Towards The Destruction of Schooling
Jan Hunt, A Rose By Another Name
John Gatto, Why Fix A System Designed to Fail

General Literature
Reinventing Anarchy Again, various
For Giving, Genevieve Vaughan
The Ascent of Humanity, Charles Einsentein
White On Black, Jan Pieterse
Aint I A Woman, Bel Hooks

other websits

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Small Claims

Let’s face it. Things Suck. If we are bullied, tormented and persecuted by the authorities, institutions and governments, we have very few avenues for recourse, and yet, it seems that the small claims (county) court might just be a beacon of a hope; a chance for redemption; an opportunity for salvation.
Having been denied for so long, we are finally in the process of filing a claim for disability discrimination, making use of the Equality Act 2010. We are currently reviewing the following literature:

Once again, we agree that it is quite tragic that we must resort to these measures and yet, the institional bias of supremacist collectives leaves us with few alternatives that are effective and viable, and so, in our desperation, we turn to the game they designed and naturally, mastered, in an attempt to gain some leverage and eventually, a possible advantage. IT reminds me of the sentiment echoed by Gatto when he observed that lawyers do our communicating for us, only, without legal air, now we do it all.

Equality Advisory Support Service (EASS)
Equality Advisory Support Service
Telephone: 0808 800 0082
Textphone: 0808 800 0084
Monday to Friday, 9am to 8pm
Saturday, 10am to 2pm

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London’s Calling

Here we list a number of groups to get involved in, here in London Town


It starts at 9:40am every Wednesday at Whitechapel Sports Centre:
55 Durward Street
E1 5BA


The Third Friday of every month the Whitechapel Anarchist Group and Dissident Island Radio host the popular Red & Black Club pulling together London’s finest anarchists, libertarians, ne’er do wells and free thinkers for a good old fashioned East End knees up! This is the best place to come down and socially meet people from WAG and across london.
Larc (London Action Resource Centre) 62 Fieldgate Street Whitechapel E1 1ES

The London group of The Anarchist Federation meets fortnightly on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm at Freedom Bookshop in East London. Freedom is located in Angel Alley, off of Whitechapel High St near the Whitechapel Art Gallery. The nearest tube is Aldgate East.
The 2013 London Anarchist Bookfair will be on Saturday 19th October From 10am to 7pm.
at Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London, E1 4NS.
Anarchist Federation (London) BM ANARFED LONDON WC1N 3XX
Freedom Bookshop, Angel Alley, 84b Whitechapel High Street, London, E1 7QX []

Depression Alliance

The Islington Group meets every other Thursday from 7:30pm to 9:30pm.
The next meeting is 30th May at 7:30 pm.
The ones following are 13th June, 27th June
The address is
Basement flat
39 Duncan Terrace
Islington N1 8AL.

The West Hampstead Group meets on the First Wednesday of the Month 7:30pm to 9:30pm.
The next meeting is Wednesday 5th June at 7:30 pm.
The address is
Basement Flat
14 Quex Road
West Hampstead NW6 4PL

Camden, Fortnightly, Wednesdays
The group meets in Camden, between 7 and 8pm, at Yumchaa Teas cafe (the sign outside reads “Palmers”), 27 Parkway, near Camden Town tube station.
35-37 Parkway, Camden Town, London NW1 7PN
020 7209 9641

The Kensington & Chelsea Employment & Well Being Project is for people who live within the borough of Kensington & Chelsea, who are 18 years or older and who suffer from depression/anxiety.
Depression Alliance
Based at: PCPH, 15 Gertrude Street, London SW10 0JN
T: 07976 244589

Mary of Enfield,
The group meets on the first Tuesday of the month at the Lancaster Centre, Lancaster Road, EN2 0DU from 7 to 8.30 pm.
Please do come along and join us at our next meeting on June 4th from 7 to 8.30 pm. We look forward to seeing you there.

New Unity, Unitarian Church, Highbury and Islington, every 2nd Tuesday, 6.30pm-8.30pm,
Organised by Andy,

BiPolar UK


Hearing Voices Network and Paranoia Network

he Mind Hub. 48 Despard Road London N19 5NW Tel: 020 7263 3397
The Mind Spa. 35 Ashley Road, London N19 3AG Tel. 020 7272 6936
South Smith Centre 11 Southwood Smith Street London N1 0YL Telephone: 020 3317 4850 Fax: Fax: 020 7690 3655


The Maytree Respite Centre, 72 Moray Rd , Finsbury Park , London . N4 3LG United Kingdom 02073637070

The Haven located in 1 Holly Park, Islington, London N4 4BQ
Phone: 0207 2720051

Dissecting the Ajax team of 1995: Ajax 2 – AC. Milan 0

nice analysis

Talking about Football


Litmanen, Davids, Overmars, Kluivert, the de Boer brothers, Blind and Rijkaard. It is astonishing to think that Ajax team fifteen years ago contained such talented football players in their first eleven. That’s without mention of their manager, Louis van Gaal, who has since managed some of the largest football institutions in the world.

Up against them were names such as Gullit, Baresi, Maldini, Donadoni, Boban and Savićević. Manager of the Rossineri was Fabio Capello, who had been the mastermind behind Milan’s 4-0 defeat of Johan Cruyff’s FC Barcelona in the 93-94 Champions League Final.

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