A critical re-examination of an ultra-left effort against the gentrification of San Francisco in the late 1990's.
To coincide with the UN talks on the climate in Bali people across the globe will take to the streets for the global day of action on Climate Change.
New Anarchist Streaming Internet TV station at anarchotvscotland.blogspot.com
Last Friday's Critical Mass in Glasgow was marred and cut short slightly by an assault on one of the riders. Not overburdened with festive spirit, a middle-aged woman leant out of a car (reg. no X754…) and pulled the cyclist off his bike.
The civil aviation authority said communication with the plane was interrupted on its final approach to Suleyman Demirel airport in Isparta at 1:45 a.m. Semsettin Uzun, the governor of Isparta, said the crash site was not on the plane's regular flight route. "It is impossible to understand how the plane" ended up there, said Uzun, who viewed the site from a helicopter. The plane had broken into pieces, with its fuselage and rear landing in different locations. Anatolia said the plane's wings and engine were at the top of a hill while the fuselage was lower. Doganer said the cause of the crash was unknown, but ruled out technical failure and said the weather and visibility were good. "The pilot saw the airport and informed the tower that it was inbound. The plane then disappeared," he said.
PHILIPPINES: Statements by the Workers Party (PM) & Alliance of Progressive Labor (APL)
Glasgow southsiders will be shocked (shocked!) by the revelation that lovable local character and MSP "Charles" Gordon solicited illegal money from a millionaire tax exile.
As the ex-Council Leader who drove through the M74 Extension Plan in the face of local opposition, common sense and a Public Local Inquiry verdict, his respect for democratic norms has never before been in doubt……..
after the apparent reversal of approval for Donald Trump's elite golf resort in the North-East:
- his team has spat the dummy:
"There are other European nations much more welcoming of developers and quite frankly in the time it would take us to appeal we could be in the dirt doing the construction in another country."
- and local businessmen want their (gravy) train set back:
"We wanted a legacy for our grandchildren which would have the biggest golf hotel in the whole of Europe, the biggest conference hotel in Europe and also it would host the Open Championship which you could have for 100 years."
VP of Shell's North Sea division begs for tax cut.
"increases in corporation tax on North Sea profits in 2002 and 2005 had exacerbated the serious challenges faced by oil and gas firms.
While North Sea operators have been benefiting from record oil prices driven by buoyant demand, Gallagher said steep increases in the price of essential support services had wiped out much of the benefit."
Then upgrades his neck from brass to titanium by claiming:
"The yes is not from oh, here's a Shell manager and he obviously wants to cut taxes', I give you my answer more as a Scottish practising engineer"