Archive for December 18th, 2010

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Dec
10

Anti-police poster

 


 

First attempt with Illustrator. Not too bad, eh?

18
Dec
10

20/12 “March of Resistance” – an EDL front?

A “March of Resistance” through London on the 20th of December has recently been called. The group responsible initially used the National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts’ logo and claimed the event had been organised by them. After complaints were made, the name of the creator changed briefly to the “British National Union of Students” and then to the “UK People’s Initiative”. The proposed starting location of the march is Piccadilly Circus, an apolitical area that will be brimming with tourists and Christmas shoppers at this time of the year.

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18
Dec
10

Too many kettles, not enough tea

Kettling is a police tactic used to detain large numbers of people at demonstrations and protests. Police lines are formed around a block of protesters and slowly moved further and further in, detaining those within the kettle in a smaller and smaller space, often for several hours. Any attempt to resist being imprisoned is met with batons, shields and often boots and fists. When the protesters are visibly tired and distressed, the crowd is eventually dispersed very gradually, often with FIT photographing all those who are permitted to exit.

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