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London, Turnpike Lane: Friday 30 August On the brink of another U.S. bombing spree in the Arab world, London Catholic Workers from Giuseppe Conlon House staged an anti-war vigil on Friday at their local tube station Turnpike Lane. The anarchist … Continue reading →
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, Catholic Worker, Chelsea Manning, London, Manning, solidarity, Syria, Turnpike Lane, Wales, WikiLeaks, Wrexham
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The weekend after the sentence (which already seems an eternity ago, so much has happened!) people were out for Chelsea again. QUEER+FRIENDS OF BRADLEY MANNING … seen here on the steps of St Martin-in-the-Fields, London at the end of June, … Continue reading →
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Below is the full text of the letter Chelsea Manning will send to President Obama requesting that she be granted a presidential pardon. Letter to Obama The decisions that I made in 2010 were made out of a concern for … Continue reading →
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Update 25 August A new episode of Juice Rap News: Australian Election – A Game of Polls Ciaron O’Reilly says “Vote Early, Vote Often, Vote Assange Australian Christian anarchist Ciaron O’Reilly, pictured here outside the Australian High Commission in London … Continue reading →
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NB. the second half of this post is devoted to solidarity REPORTS and PHOTOS (plus a video) – scroll down to the eighth heading if you want to get straight to these! (this post refers to Brad and Bradley as … Continue reading →
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UPDATE 22 Aug Well past midnight our time, Graeme and his supporters are preparing to go back to court for the fourth day of the trial, when the jurors will be asked to try again to reach an agreed verdict. … Continue reading →
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Solidarity in London Former U.S./Australian/Irish plowshares prisoner Ciaron O’Reilly gives it all he’s got (left) at the Australian High Commision on London’s Strand on the first day of Graeme Dunstan’s trial in Rockhampton, Australia on Monday. One may have been … Continue reading →
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…and our efforts to fundraise for Bradley Manning’s family to support Bradley Manning by Ciaron O’Reilly JELLO BIAFRA IN SOLIDARITY WITH BRADLEY MANNING Watch from 5:18 for Jello’s rap on Bradley Manning, Julian Assange and Edward Snowden. Jello Biafra (ex-Dead … Continue reading →
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In July 2011, peace activists Bryan Law and Graeme Dunstan took part in a Ploughshares action to disable a helicopter gunship during joint US/Australian Talisman Sabre military exercises. Before the action Bryan referred to the Collateral Murder video saying: “Machine … Continue reading →
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by Ciaron O’Reilly Photos by Nastya Sergienya London response to the verdict on Tuesday 30 July Tuesday 30 July was the verdict day in the Bradley Manning court martial show trial that has been ongoing since 3 June at Fort … Continue reading →
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, Bradley Manning, Britain, Catholic Worker, Court Martial, Edward Snowden, London, Michael Lyons, performance, Queer Friends of Bradley Manning, solidarity, speakers, torture, trial, Veterans for Peace, WISE Up