Thursday, 30 May 2013

RED ALERT !!! your civil liberties and right to protest are under attack once again,moves to criminalise occupations and non residential squatting.latest update from squash

RED ALERT !!! your civil liberties and right to protest are under attack once again .squatting in this country is under assault I went to a squash meeting on Tuesday where we were told that moves are being made to further criminalise squatting in non-residential and commercial buildings.

This could happen as soon as the end of this year 2013 apparently the Justice Minister Chris Grayling has contacted all MPs asking for stories concerning commercial squatting with a view to criminalisation.
Also Mike the murderer Weatherly MP has been calling for the law to be changed by the end of this year.

The Justice Minister has said this could simply be done by adding an amendment onto the end of an upcoming justice bill.
This is similar to the undemocratic unlawful and unfair way section 144 (criminalising residential squatting) was added to the legal aid bill at the last minute without proper parliamentary debate and passed through The House of Lords after midnight when most peers had gone home.

This is a major assault on our rights to protest and Civil Liberties as it will affect occupations of universities for students as well as workplace occupations of factories etc by unions as well as anybody who chooses to occupy space for a short or long period as a protest.

Now is the time for action we cannot sit by and watch the last of our squatting rights and a major part of our right to protest be removed in an undemocratic manner.
The consultation about criminalising squatting in residential buildings had a result of 96% of the replies saying do not criminalise, including judges police lawyers and homeless charities.
This was completely and undemocratically ignored by the government who proceeded to criminalise residential Squatting and the homeless and dispossessed ,the Landless.Preferring to put people into prison, Rather than to use some of the 1 million empty buildings in the UK.

Please contact as soon as possible and offer any help or support.
particularly if you are from a protest group union or student group.
Get networking contact your MP ,contact the media,organise a local meeting in your area,leaflet network but most of all take DirectAction.

Contact phoenix on if u up for action
U can't kill the spirit

Sunrise Festival Earth Circus Productions cabaret line up in the story land area.

Earth Circus Productions
proudly presents at Sunrise Festival 2013
in the Story lands Magical forest area
at the Flying Machine Tent

Friday 31st May 9:30 PM to 11PM

The Lyrically Challenged Collective with conscious and live hip-hop and spoken word.
Featuring :
MC Angel
Shay -D
Emma prior
Sirena Reynolds
and DJ Shorty

Saturday 1st June 9:30 PM to 11PM

The Evolution cabaret
featuring :
Cat Brogan
Dan the Accordian
Pok the Bard
and Artists from The Lyrically Challenged crew
Mc Angel and co.
Join us for Frontline Cabaret and spoken word from the underground of the London squat scene and front lines of Eco resistance.
Keep networking

Rise Against - Hero Of War - great anti war song

Tuesday, 28 May 2013

The Spark week packed with film, discussion, music and workshops from 10 - 15 June 2013.

The Spark is a week packed with film, discussion, music and workshops
from 10 - 15 June 2013.

Each workshop can hold 20 - 30 people so you need to register for events in the day Monday - Friday. Evenings and Saturday just turn up.

Thursday, 23 May 2013

Hastings road protest Spring walk in the valley this Sun (26 May).

Spring walk in the valley this Sun (26 May). Come & see the devastation the Link Road will cause. Meet 2pm, Crowhurst Rec.

Monday, 20 May 2013

War of Terror lies exposed US Collaborations with al -Qaeda to create Gladio B terrorist networks.Why was a Sunday Times report on US government ties to al-Qaeda chief spiked?

Why was a Sunday Times report on US government ties to al-Qaeda chief spiked?
@NafeezAhmed via @Ceasefire_Mag | 18.05.2013 21:15

FBI whistle-blower Sibel Edmonds was described as "the most gagged person in the history of the United States" by the American Civil Liberties Union. Was the Sunday Times pressured to drop its investigation into her revelations?

A whistleblower has revealed extraordinary information on the U.S. government’s support for international terrorist networks and organised crime. The government has denied the allegations yet gone to extraordinary lengths to silence her. Her critics have derided her as a fabulist and fabricator. But now comes word that some of her most serious allegations were confirmed by a major European newspaper only to be squashed at the request of the U.S. government.

In a recent book Classified Woman, Sibel Edmonds, a former translator for the FBI, describes how the Pentagon, CIA and State Department maintained intimate ties to al-Qaeda militants as late as 2001. Her memoir, Classified Woman: The Sibel Edmonds Story, published last year, charged senior government officials with negligence, corruption and collaboration with al Qaeda in illegal arms smuggling and drugs trafficking in Central Asia.

In interviews with this author in early March, Edmonds claimed that Ayman al-Zawahiri, current head of al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden’s deputy at the time, had innumerable, regular meetings at the U.S. embassy in Baku, Azerbaijan, with U.S. military and intelligence officials between 1997 and 2001, as part of an operation known as ‘Gladio B’. Al-Zawahiri, she charged, as well as various members of the bin Laden family and other mujahideen, were transported on NATO planes to various parts of Central Asia and the Balkans to participate in Pentagon-backed destabilisation operations.

According to two Sunday Times journalists speaking on condition of anonymity, this and related revelations had been confirmed by senior Pentagon and MI6 officials as part of a four-part investigative series that were supposed to run in 2008. The Sunday Times journalists described how the story was inexplicably dropped under the pressure of undisclosed “interest groups”, which, they suggest, were associated with the U.S. State Department.

Shooting the Messenger
Described by the American Civil Liberties Union as the “most gagged person in the history of the United States of America,” Edmonds studied criminal justice, psychology and public policy at George Washington and George Mason universities. Two weeks after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, her fluency in Turkish, Farsi and Azerbaijani earned her an FBI contract at the Washington DC field office. She was tasked with translating highly classified intelligence from operations against terrorism suspects in and outside the U.S..

In the course of her work, Edmonds became privy to evidence that U.S. military and intelligence agencies were collaborating with Islamist militants affiliated with al-Qaeda, the very forces blamed for the 9/11 attacks – and that officials in the FBI were covering up the evidence. When Edmonds complained to her superiors, her family was threatened by one of the subjects of her complaint, and she was fired. Her accusations of espionage against her FBI colleagues were eventually investigated by the Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General, which did not give details about the allegations as they remained classified.

Although no final conclusions about the espionage allegations were reached, the Justice Department concluded that many of Edmonds’ accusations “were supported, that the FBI did not take them seriously enough and that her allegations were, in fact, the most significant factor in the FBI’s decision to terminate her services.”

When she attempted to go public with her story in 2002, and again in 2004, the U.S. government silenced Edmonds by invoking a legal precedent known as “state secrets privilege” – a near limitless power to quash a lawsuit based solely on the government’s claim that evidence or testimony could divulge information that might undermine “national security.” Under this doctrine, the government sought to retroactively classify basic information concerning Edmonds’s case already in the public record, including, according to the New York Times, “what languages Ms. Edmonds translated, what types of cases she handled, and what employees she worked with, officials said. Even routine and widely disseminated information — like where she worked — is now classified.”

Although certainly not the first invocation of “state secrets privilege”, since the Edmonds case the precedent has been used repeatedly in the post-9/11 era under both the Bush and Obama administrations to shield the U.S. government from court scrutiny of rendition, torture, warrantless wiretapping, as well as the President’s claimed war powers.

Other intelligence experts agree that Edmonds had stumbled upon a criminal conspiracy at the heart of the American judicial system. In her memoirs, she recounts that FBI Special Agent Gilbert Graham, who also worked in the Washington field office on counter-intelligence operations, told her over a coffee how he “ran background checks on federal judges” in the “early nineties for the bureau… If we came up with shit – skeletons in their closets – the Justice Department kept it in their pantry to be used against them in the future or to get them to do what they want in certain cases – cases like yours.”A redacted version of Graham’s classified protected disclosure to the Justice Department regarding these allegations, released in 2007, refers to the FBI’s “abuse of authority” by conducting illegal wiretapping to obtain information on U.S. public officials.

Incubating Terror
Five years ago, Edmonds revealed to the Sunday Times that an unidentified senior U.S. State Department official was on the payroll of Turkish agents in Washington, passing on nuclear and military secrets. “He was aiding foreign operatives against U.S. interests by passing them highly classified information, not only from the State Department but also from the Pentagon, in exchange for money, position and political objectives”, Edmonds told the paper. She reported coming across this information when listening to suppressed phone calls recorded by FBI surveillance, marked by her colleague Melek Can Dickerson as “not pertinent”.

In the Sunday Times exposé, Edmonds described a parallel organisation in Israel cooperating with the Turks on illegal weapons sales and technology transfers. Between them, Israel and Turkey operated a range of front companies incorporated in the U.S. with active “moles in sensitive military and nuclear institutions”, supported by U.S. officials, in order to sell secrets to the highest bidder. One of the buyers was Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) – which often used its Turkish allies, according to the Times, “as a conduit… because they were less likely to attract suspicion.”

The Pakistani operation was, the paper reported, “led by General Mahmoud Ahmad, then the ISI chief” from 1999 to 2001, when the agency helped train, supply and coordinate the Afghan Taliban and gave sanctuary to their Arab allies brought together in the coalition named al-Qaeda. Ahmad, as the Times noted, “was accused [by the FBI] of sanctioning a $100,000 wire payment to Mohammed Atta, one of the 9/11 hijackers, immediately before the attacks.”

According to Indian intelligence officials, they had assisted the FBI in “tracing and establishing” the financial trail between the General and the chief hijacker. The discovery was, they allege, the real reason behind the General’s sudden retirement in October 2001. The Pakistani daily, The News, reported on 10th September 2001 that the ISI chief held several “mysterious meetings at the Pentagon and National Security Council” that week, including with CIA director George Tenet.

In an interview with this author in March, Edmonds raised the question of whether U.S. officials’ liaisons with an espionage network overseen by Ahmad, and the FBI’s suppression of related intelligence, played a role in facilitating the attacks.

“Following 9/11, a number of the foreign operatives were taken in for questioning by the FBI on suspicion that they knew about or somehow aided the attacks”, reported the Sunday Times. The paper related that according to Edmonds, the senior State Department official received a call from a foreign agent under FBI surveillance asking for help to “get them out of the U.S. because we can’t afford for them to spill the beans.” The official promised “he would ‘take care of it’.”

Edmonds told this author that high-level corruption compromised the ability of the U.S. intelligence community to pursue ongoing investigations of those planning the 9/11 attacks. “It was precisely those militants that were incubated by some of America’s key allies”, she said. Corruption helped guarantee Congressional silence when that incubation strategy backfired in the form of 9/11. “Both Republican and Democratic representatives in the House and Senate came up in FBI counterintelligence investigations for taking bribes from foreign agents”, she said.

Al-Qaeda: Enemy or Asset?
In her interview, Edmonds insisted that after its initial exposé, the Times‘ investigation had gone beyond such previous revelations, and was preparing to disclose her most startling accusations. Among these, Edmonds described how the CIA and the Pentagon had been running a series of covert operations supporting Islamist militant networks linked to Osama bin Laden right up to 9/11, in Central Asia, the Balkans and the Caucasus.

While it is widely recognised that the CIA sponsored bin Laden’s networks in Afghanistan during the Cold War, U.S. government officials deny any such ties existed. Others claim these ties were real, but were severed after the Soviet Union collapsed in 1989.

But according to Edmonds, this narrative is false. “Not just bin Laden, but several senior ‘bin Ladens’ were transported by U.S. intelligence back and forth to the region in the late 1990s through to 2001″, she told this author, “including Ayman al-Zawahiri” – Osama bin Laden’s right-hand-man who has taken over as al-Qaeda’s top leader.

“In the late 1990s, all the way up to 9/11, al-Zawahiri and other mujahideen operatives were meeting regularly with senior U.S. officials in the U.S. embassy in Baku to plan the Pentagon’s Balkan operations with the mujahideen,” said Edmonds. “We had support for these operations from Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, but the U.S. oversaw and directed them. They were being run from a secret section of the Pentagon with its own office”.

Edmonds clarified, “the FBI counterintelligence investigation which was tracking these targets, along with their links to U.S. officials, was known as ‘Gladio B’, and was kickstarted in 1997. It so happens that Major Douglas Dickerson” – the husband of her FBI co-worker Melek whom she accused of espionage – “specifically directed the Pentagon’s ‘Gladio’ operations in Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan at this time.”

In testimony under oath, Edmonds has previously confirmed that Major Doug Dickerson worked for the Pentagon’s Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) under the weapons procurement logistics division on Turkey and Central Asia, and with the Office of Special Plans (OSP) overseeing policy in Central Asia.

Gladio B
Edmonds said that the Pentagon operations with Islamists were an “extension” of an original ‘Gladio’ programme uncovered in the 1970s in Italy, part of an EU-wide NATO covert operation that began as early as the 1940s. As Swiss historian Dr. Daniele Ganser records in his seminal book, NATO’s Secret Armies, an official Italian parliamentary inquiry confirmed that British MI6 and the CIA had established a network of secret “stay-behind” paramilitary armies, staffed by fascist and Nazi collaborators. The covert armies carried out terrorist attacks throughout Western Europe, officially blamed on Communists in what Italian military intelligence called the ‘strategy of tension’.

“You had to attack civilians, the people, women, children, innocent people, unknown people far removed from any political game” explained Gladio operative Vincenzo Vinciguerra during his trial in 1984. “The reason was quite simple. They were supposed to force these people… to turn to the State to ask for greater security.”

While the reality of Gladio’s existence in Europe is a matter of historical record, Edmonds contended the same strategy was adopted by the Pentagon in the 1990s in a new theatre of operations, namely, Asia. “Instead of using neo-Nazis, they used mujahideen working under various bin Ladens, as well as al-Zawahiri”, she said.

The last publicly known Gladio meeting occurred in NATO’s Allied Clandestine Committee (ACC) in Brussels in 1990. While Italy was a focal point for the older European operations, Edmonds said that Turkey and Azerbaijan served as the main conduits for a completely new, different set of operations in Asia using veterans of the anti-Soviet campaign in Afghanistan, the so-called “Afghan Arabs” that had been trained by al-Qaeda.

These new Pentagon-led operations were codenamed ‘Gladio B’ by FBI counterintelligence: “In 1997, NATO asked [Egyptian President] Hosni Mubarak to release from prison Islamist militants affiliated to Ayman al-Zawahiri [whose role in the assassination of Anwar Sadat led to Mubarak’s ascension]. They were flown under U.S. orders to Turkey for [training and use in] operations by the Pentagon”, she said.

Edmonds’ allegations find some independent corroboration in the public record. The Wall Street Journal refers to a nebulous agreement between Mubarak and “the operational wing of Egyptian Islamic Jihad, which was then headed by Ayman al-Zawahiri… Many of that group’s fighters embraced a cease-fire with the government of former President Hosni Mubarak in 1997.”

Youssef Bodansky, former Director of the Congressional Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare, cited U.S. intelligence sources in an article for Defense and Foreign Affairs: Strategic Policy, confirming “discussions between the Egyptian terrorist leader Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri and an Arab-American known to have been both an emissary of the CIA and the U.S. Government.” He referred to an “offer” made to al-Zawahiri in November 1997 on behalf of U.S. intelligence, granting his Islamists a free hand in Egypt as long as they lent support to U.S. forces in the Balkans. In 1998, Al Zawahiri’s brother, Muhammed, led an elite unit of the Kosovo Liberation Army against Serbs during the Kosovo conflict – he reportedly had direct contact with NATO leadership.

“This is why”, Edmonds continued in her interview, “even though the FBI routinely monitored the communications of the diplomatic arms of all countries, only four countries were exempt from this protocol – the UK, Turkey, Azerbaijan, and Belgium – the seat of NATO. No other country – not even allies like Israel or Saudi Arabia, were exempt. This is because these four countries were integral to the Pentagon’s so-called Gladio B operations.”

Edmonds did not speculate on the objectives of the Pentagon’s ‘Gladio B’ operations, but highlighted the following possibilities: projecting U.S. power in the former Soviet sphere of influence to access previously untapped strategic energy and mineral reserves for U.S. and European companies; pushing back Russian and Chinese power; and expanding the scope of lucrative criminal activities, particularly illegal arms and drugs trafficking.

Terrorism finance expert Loretta Napoleoni estimates the total value of this criminal economy to be about $1.5 trillion annually, the bulk of which “flows into Western economies, where it gets recycled in the U.S. and in Europe” as a “vital element of the cash flow of these economies.”

It is no coincidence then that the opium trade, Edmonds told this author, has grown rapidly under the tutelage of NATO in Afghanistan: “I know for a fact that NATO planes routinely shipped heroin to Belgium, where they then made their way into Europe and to the UK. They also shipped heroin to distribution centres in Chicago and New Jersey. FBI counterintelligence and DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency) operations had acquired evidence of this drug trafficking in its surveillance of a wide range of targets, including senior officials in the Pentagon, CIA and State Department. As part of this surveillance, the role of the Dickersons – with the support of these senior U.S. officials – in facilitating drug-trafficking, came up. It was clear from this evidence that the whole funnel of drugs, money and terror in Central Asia was directed by these officials.”

The evidence for this funnel, according to Edmonds, remains classified in the form of FBI counterintelligence surveillance records she was asked to translate. Although this alleged evidence has never made it to court due to the U.S. government’s exertion of ‘state secret privilege’, she was able to testify in detail concerning her allegations, including naming names, in 2009.

In recent interviews, two Sunday Times journalists confirmed to this author that the newspaper’s investigation based on Sibel Edmonds’ revelations was to break much of the details into the open.

“We’d spoken to several current and active Pentagon officials confirming the existence of U.S. operations sponsoring mujahideen networks in Central Asia from the 1990s to 2001,” said one Sunday Times source. “Those mujahideen networks were intertwined with a whole range of criminal enterprises, including drugs and guns. The Pentagon officials corroborated Edmonds’ allegations against specific U.S. officials, and I’d also interviewed an MI6 officer who confirmed that the U.S. was running these operations sponsoring mujahideen in that period.”

But according to Edmonds, citing the investigative team at the paper, the last two articles in the series were spiked under U.S. State Department pressure. She recalled being told at the time by journalists leading the Sunday Times investigation that the newspaper’s editor had decided to squash the story after receiving calls from officials at the U.S. embassy in London.

A journalist with the Sunday Times‘ investigative unit told this author he had interviewed former Special Agent in Charge, Dennis Saccher, who had moved to the FBI’s Colorado office. Saccher reportedly confirmed the veracity of Edmonds’ allegations of espionage, telling him that Edmonds’ story “should have been front page news” because it was “a scandal bigger than Watergate.” The same journalist confirmed that after interviewing Saccher at his home, the newspaper was contacted by the U.S. State Department. “The U.S. embassy in London called the editor and tried to ward him off. We were told that we weren’t permitted to approach Saccher or any other active FBI agents directly, but could only go through the FBI’s press office – that if we tried to speak to Saccher or anyone else employed by the FBI directly, that would be illegal. Of course, it isn’t, but that’s what we were told. I think this was a veiled threat.”

Saccher’s comments to the journalist never made it to press.

A lead reporter on the series at the Sunday Times told this author that the investigation based on Edmonds’ information was supposed to have four parts, but was inexplicably dropped. “The story was pulled half-way, suddenly, without any warning”, the journalist said. “I wasn’t party to the editorial decision to drop the story, but there was a belief in the office amongst several journalists who were part of the Insight investigative unit that the decision was made under pressure from the U.S. State Department, because the story might cause a diplomatic incident.”

Although the journalist was unaware of where this belief came from – and was not informed of the U.S. embassy’s contact with the paper’s editor which the other journalist was privy to – he acknowledged that self-censorship influenced by unspecified “interest groups” was a possible explanation. “The way the story was dropped was unusual, but the belief amongst my colleagues this happened under political pressure is plausible.” He cryptically described an “editorial mechanism, linked to the paper but not formally part of it, which could however exert control on stories when necessary, linked to certain interests.” When asked which interests, the journalist said, “I can’t say. I can’t talk about that.”

Edmonds described how, due to the U.S. government’s efforts to silence her, she had no option left except to write her story down. The resultant book, Classified Woman, had to be submitted to an FBI panel for review. By law, the bureau was required to make a decision on what could be disclosed or redacted within 30 days.

Instead, about a year later, Edmonds’ lawyer received a letter from the FBI informing them that the agency was still reviewing the book, and prohibiting her from publishing it: “The matters Ms. Edmonds writes about involve many equities, some of which may implicate information that is classified… Approval of the manuscripts by the FBI will include incorporation of all changes required by the FBI. Until then, Ms. Edmonds does not have approval to publish her manuscripts which includes showing them to editors, literary agents, publishers, reviewers, or anyone else. At this point, Ms. Edmonds remains obligated not to disclose or publish the manuscript in any manner.”

By Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed

@NafeezAhmed via @Ceasefire_Mag

Originally from article

Saturday, 18 May 2013

Save legal aid demo- wed 22 may, 10.30, old palace yard (outside parliament).

Call to arms for anyone who has ever had legal aid. Save legal aid demo- wed 22 may, 10.30, old palace yard (outside parliament). Government is trying to take away legal aid for judicial review and hand over criminal defence legal aid to tesco and G4S. Speakers include clive stafford smith and gerry conlan.
For most regions of the uk (as carved up by the government) there will be 4 contracted providers of criminal legal aid advice and representation. They will be awarded contracts of 3 to 5 years, with clients allocated on a no choice basis by some arbitrary criteria yet to be chosen- first initial, day of birth. The contracts will go to the lowest bidder, meaning you will have a lot of poorly paid, low qualified case workers doing most of the work under supervision of a few solicitors. The most likely contractors are tesco, G4S, serco and, i kid you not, eddie stobart. So you could be arrested by tesco security guards and defended by a tesco lawyer, or even better, arrested, transported to court, represented, transported to prison and jailed, all by G4S! Oh and you won't be able to get legal aid to challenge the government's decision to do any of that.

Friday, 17 May 2013

Book on the Tara protest Ireland looking for Dearbhaile, Bard of Glastonbury

Do you know this woman and how I could contact her? I would like to include her poem in the book - more of UK support. Thanks for helping 😊
Send a message to phoenixrainbownew on FB

The Heart of Ireland

Skryne, Faughan, Lismullen, Tara,
Look around these hills of drama,
For if there is a heart to Ireland
It beats here, where we now stand.
Each ditch and mound, earthwork and embankment,
Tells its story of burial and settlement,
Worship of ancient Gods, of gatherings
Right back through time to the old High Kings.
Once a Royal City filled the whole of Gabhra
And vast timber temples formed the sanctuary of Tara.
Here fought our heroes from the time of the Fianna,
And Kings were crowned by the Tuathá de Danann.
In the mound of Hostages, Duma na nGiall,
At the true stone of destiny, Lia Fáil,
Perfectly aligned with sunrise, Samhain and Imbolc,
And the full moon in honour of Lugh.
The very folds in the landscape hold our history
And beyond that, our myth and mystery.
This is home to the Goddess Maebh
Honoured here for thousands of years.

So standing here now, let’s contemplate
What will be Ireland’s fate,
If we build a road through the valley of Gabhra
And destroy the sacred sites round Tara?
What will the future say of us,
When we, in our turn, are ancestors
If we are responsible for the desecration
Of the most powerful symbol of our nation?
So lost are we to a sense of self,
We’re intent on destroying our truest wealth.
For only a people who do not understand
Could so wound the heart of Ireland.
Or will we become the generation
Who refused to allow this violation?
Who fought to the end like our heroes before
Because we know what it is we’re fighting for.
So our children’s, children’s children can stand
And look across this sacred land,
Feel its heartbeat, know its power,
Cos’ we saved Tara in her darkest hour.

Dearbhaile, Bard of Glastonbury 2007

Wednesday, 15 May 2013


Save our hospitals
No to privatisations
****Stop A&E closures
Protect maternity wards

This Saturday 18th May
Assemble (from 12pm)
Jubilee Gardens
(by London Eye)

March to
Parliament Square and
Department Of Health (Whitehall)

For info including local groups please visit
Also visit

Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Bilderberg fringe festival Watford June 6-10th 2013

Globalist cabal the Bilderberg Group come to Watford Thursday 6th June for 4 days of secret meetings. In their honour we are holding the Bilderberg Fringe Festival next to their hotel (the Grove) on 6-9th June with a huge line up of international speakers and live acts. We invite activists, speakers and performers from all over the world to join and help create a vibrant 'Woodstock for Concerned Citizens'! Join us and spread the news. Blessings and love, Passing Clouds Crew.

Sunday, 12 May 2013

*OPEN HOUSE 2013 OPENS TODAY!* 9 days of talks, workshops and events on the capitals housing crisis.

*OPEN HOUSE 2013 OPENS TODAY!* 9 days of talks, workshops and events on the capitals housing crisis. Today: All day mural painting from noon, Danny Dorling talk on housing 4pm, Open Mic night 8.00pm. Come visit and get involved! County Street SE1.

Friday, 10 May 2013

Festival Eye presents: Mythical Moot Sat. May 11th, Noon 'till Sun. 12th, Noon. Beutifull camp site in the woods

Festival Eye presents:
Mythical Moot
Sat. May 11th, Noon
'till Sun. 12th, Noon.
a private event to kick off the festival season, featuring Pok the Bard and his troupe of magical players Circulus, Butterfly Wheel, Dj's playing rock and psychedelic..,
Open Mic and much more ....
fancy dress world mythologies, ancient /modern: mythic beasts and magical characters
Camping space. Suggested donation £10
Outdoor Site between Brighton & Guildford. Exact location sent by text /email
Numbers limited to 200 and filling up fast.
Email your name and phone number, to request an invite.
Subject: "Mythic Moot"

Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Squatters football tournament 18th may

Yo! This years squatters football tournament will be on the 18th of may, 8-a-side, midday start, same place as always or call 07092846566 on the day. There'll be food, bar n music as always, plus a few extras. spread the word cause summer is finally here!!!

Saturday, 4 May 2013

Festival eye mythical moot event sat 11th may

Festival Eye presents:
Mythical Moot
Sat. May 11th, Noon
'till Sun. 12th, Noon.

We are putting on a private event to kick off the festival season, featuring Pok the Bard and his troupe of magical players: Michael Tyack and Jennifer Bennet from Circulus, Butterfly Wheel, Dj's playing rock and psychedelic..,

Open Mic and much more ....

Wear fancy dress from world mythologies, ancient and modern: your take on mythic beasts and magical characters from Midsummer Night’s Dream, Lord of the Rings, Alice in Wonderland, Star Wars, Star Trek, Steam Punk or Futuristic Mad Max.

Be creative, dress to impress, prizes for best costumes.

Camping space, food and drinks available. Suggested donation at least £10 per head.

Site between Brighton & Guildford. Exact location sent by text and email to invitees shortly before party.

Numbers limited to 200 and filling up fast.

Email your name and phone number, to request an invite.
Subject: "Mythic Moot"
See ya there!

The Art of psy this ''Saturday 4th of may'' 5 rooms all genres expected pass it on to ur friends

The Art of psy this ''Saturday 4th of may''
5 rooms all genres expected .Call infolines after 8pm
07990678723 / 07766973613
pass it on to ur friends