KILL THE BILL

If when a cop kills somebody and the public holds a vigil for the victim, the police will come and destroy that too. You got to ask yourself what kind of society are we turning into. When the lying git in Downing street continues to make a mockery out of the democratic process, you could even find yourself in jail if you protest that. Every time Priti Patel opens her mouth it is never to apply some logic to why people are on the street, but to change a law that will stop their right to do so. All the government have left to defend their draconian practice of blaming the victim for the problems they saddle us with every day is – new police powers. If history has anything to remind us, it is. That this is precisely why the police were invented. To protect the rights of the elite to rule over us. The only right the police authority have, from their conception is the right to do what they are told. But we the public, the rabble, the citizen, have always had the right to protest, it was not given, it is a basic principal of democracy, and without it we can not call ourselves a democracy but an oligarchy.
Kill the Bill Protest while you still can. George Square this Saturday 15th 2:00
Or any time you feel like it

Occupy 1. Think locally act globally.

 

The course of the industrial revolution should have taught us how materially finite the worlds resources are. The information revolution should have helped us to relieve the pressure on these resources. Instead it is been used to squeeze the last wee bit of toothpaste from the tube, till all we are left with is the plastic. But one of the things we do have in abundance is imagination. We can either use it, as up to now, in imagining a technological savour is going to appear and tell us everything will be ok, and carry on regardless. Or we can use it as part of a human plan in endeavours that we know are right, achievable and on our own doorstep. Continue reading

THE KEELIE

The original editions of the Keelie were first published in the 1990s around the same issues we are even more concerned about today. Many of the contributors from then are still involved in the last twenty five issues of the new Keelie we have produced so far. So there is plenty of scope for inclusion in creating content, website work, video and distribution and a wealth of knowledge and experiences within the group we are happy to share with folk.  glasgowkeelie.org

More on the nature of the beast.

 

In answer to the kind of stupid and irresponsible Yes/no questionnaires such as the one relating to demolition and regeneration in the Wyndford estate Maryhill Glasgow

The beast here refers to any kind of agency private or otherwise that is a threat to public agency and the common good. The common good being that which we own, institutions and assets in the collective public interest. Continue reading

Join the Climate Justice Movement

Join the Climate Justice Movement at COP26

This November, world leaders will meet in Glasgow at the global climate talks to discuss our future. We’re getting organised to bring climate justice to COP26.
Global Day of Action for Climate Justice 6 November
People’s Summit for Climate Justice From the 7-10th November 2021

 

Friends of People’s Palace Winter Gardens & Glasgow Green – Summer Summary

Working with other Friends of Parks groups and GCC. Our mission is to care, renew and advocate for The People’s Palace, Winter Gardens & Glasgow Green. We aim to preserve and enhance the park and it’s key assets – the People’s Palace and Winter Gardens

 

Six Degrees Of Separation

This website started with the idea of doing a project about climate towards the COP 26 in Glasgow. The idea was. How do we engage ordinary people in the climate debate. How do we convince ordinary people that we all have some skin in the game. What are the connections that directly relate to peoples day to day experience that would help them to put climate at the top of the agenda.

sixdegreesofseparation.org.uk