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Monday, 9 July 2018
Saying 'No' to Trump is not enough - we need alternatives: Shaka Lish of Brent Green Party and Greens of Colour, spoke ON 7/7/2018 at Brent Stands Up to Trump! a meeting called to publicise the demonstrations on July 13th and 14th. The meeting was supported by Brent Central Labour Party, Brent Stand Up to Racism and Brent Stop the War. (Nb Shaka states "I don’t identify as left. I see myself more as a radical in this political climate!")
Posted by DON'T dis US at 09:02
Sunday, 24 June 2018
Positive experience. Caroline Lucas's speech was brilliant. Worth listening to all 6 minutes - https://www.facebook.com/
Posted by DON'T dis US at 11:44
Saturday, 16 June 2018
The crowdfunding site is now open for a new film - THE
PLAN that came from the bottom up - about the inspiring 1970s Lucas Aerospace workers Alternative Plan to shift from arms manufacture to socially useful and environmentally
You can watch the trailer there, see what we need the funds for and also info about this feature length film
Please support and share it far & wide so the film can be released in October and make a contribution to sowing the seeds for many more such plans.
“This film will capture a unique moment in our history - highly skilled workers showing how to turn swords into ploughshares. It is a vital lesson for us now, as
Labour leaders ask questions about common ownership, what we produce and who benefits from the products. We can be inspired by the Lucas workers, by their foresight and imagination. Please support this film, see it, promote it and
discuss it. If we want to transform society, this is a good
place to start.” Ken Loach, Director & Political Activist
"Those who make nuclear submarines can perfectly well make medical equipment, wind farms and tidal barriers for
alternative sources of energy. People can move from
destructive to constructive work - hospitals, homes and schools - if there is political will and imagination. We need more of both right now".
Bruce Kent, Vice President Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
" This is an amazing story that needs to be told. Britain still
ploughs huge amounts of resource - both human and financial - into the arms trade, when we really should be diversifying our economy urgently. I really look forward to seeing this film - and celebrating the Lucas Plan story"
Caroline Lucas MP, Co-Leader of the Green Party
Posted by DON'T dis US at 22:14
Wednesday, 13 June 2018
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Monday, 11 June 2018
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TUC London, East & South East (LESE)
International Affairs Committee and Pensioners’ Network supported
Film Screening and Audience Q&A:
Unsung Hero: The Jack Jones Story
Monday 2 July 2018,
FREE ADMISSION (registration essential)
Congress House, 23-28 Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3LS
Please Register: firstname.lastname@example.org / 020 7467 1220
‘Unsung Hero – The Jack Jones Story’ is a documentary on one of the greatest British figures of the past century –
a man who exercised more power over government economic policy than any other trades union leader in British history.
Jones took on four of the great evils of modern times: poverty, fascism, worker exploitation and pensioner poverty - and took them on with so much conviction that at one point,
the public voted him the most powerful man in Britain. The life of Jack Jones mirrors the story of the 20th century - a man whose like we may never see again.
For your information:
Unsung Hero – The Jack Jones Story
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Liverpool L1 9BP
Posted by DON'T dis US at 10:21
There were 15.000 fascists in Whitehall and only 200 Stand Up to Racism campaigners.
The police really protected us and helped us safely to the underground.
At Lewisham Mosque there were some excellent speeches and solidarity, but there was no opposition
Was proud to represent Bromley Green Party.
Posted by DON'T dis US at 09:03