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Lilya 4 Ever

Posted by alangdundee on 24th November 2009

Dundee Violence Against Women Partnership and Dundee Contemporary Arts present:

Lilya 4 Ever free showing.

Date: 1st December 2009, 6pm.

The film will be followed by a period of discussion about the issues around trafficking and violence against women.

Details of how to book can be found here

This post is as good as any to also promote the White Ribbon Campaign and to encourage all men to join it.

Posted in Campaign, Dundee, Equality, Media, Scotland, Video | No Comments »

Neoliberalism As Water Balloon

Posted by alangdundee on 17th October 2009

Excellent educational short explaining neoliberalism and what’s happened to the economy.

Neoliberalism As Water Balloon

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Socialist magic

Posted by alangdundee on 20th June 2009

Found on the Daily Maybe site

You can find out more about Ian Saville, the Socialist magician at his website.

I can just imagine the puns he can have during his show – sawing organisations in half, not just destroying one ten quid note, making Westminster disappear etc.

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SSP Election Broadcast European Elections 2009

Posted by alangdundee on 22nd May 2009

Here is the SSP Party Election Broadcast for the European Elections on the Fourth of June.

The actor is of course Tam Dean Burn

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SSP Alternative

Posted by alangdundee on 17th May 2009

Five of the SSPs Candidates in the European Elections discuss the alternative to the boom and bust of New Labour, Tories and the SNP.

Posted in Campaign, Council Tax, Economy, Election, European, Free Public Transport, Free School Meals, International, Media, Post Office, Power, Privatisation, Public Services, Save Our Schools, Schools, Scotland, Transport, Video | No Comments »

Interviews with SSP candidates 3 – Johanna Dind

Posted by alangdundee on 13th May 2009

Johanna Dind is our third candidate for the SSP list for the European elections on June 4th 2009.

Posted in Election, Environment, European, International, Media, Scotland, Video | No Comments »

Interviews with SSP candidates 2 – Angela Gorrie

Posted by alangdundee on 12th May 2009

Angela Gorrie from Dundee SSP is number 2 on the SSP list for the European elections on June 4th 2009.

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Interviews with SSP candidates 1 – Colin Fox

Posted by alangdundee on 11th May 2009

SSP Co-National Spokesperson is number 1 on the SSP list for the European elections on 4th June 2009.

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Police Brutality – more step forward

Posted by alangdundee on 20th April 2009

In the past week a number of others victims of assaults by police officers have come forward and more footage has emerged. Some of the footage which has appeared in the press has been cut and other more damning footage has been ignored.

Fitwatch have been helping to identify some of the bad apples who perpetuated these crimes.

There are a number of serious questions about events at the G20 which still need to be answered.

A. We will take as a premise the claims that the police officers involved in these incidents were bad apples and that the majority of police don’t condone or cover up these actions.

  • 1. Why did it take until after footage of these incidents became available for police officers involved to come forward as witnesses if A is true?
  • 2. Why did the media not follow up the lies about there being no CCTV in the areas of the incidents.
  • 3. Why did the first coroner think that Ian Tomlinson died of a heart attack? Was it because the police claimed before hand they suspected this to be the case so they did not investigate further for the cause of death?
  • 4. Why did the police in almost all footage of the events have their badges covered?
  • 5. Will the police who seized peoples cameras and phones and deleted footage and photographs be charged with conspiracy to destroy evidence?

Additionally there are also concerns over any investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission. The police are investigating the police. That is not independence by any stretch of the imagination. It would be like having the investigation into the second homes scandal being carried out by the partner of the accused. What chance is there that those being investigated will be found guilty.

What has been surprising is the high level of critical media coverage of the police during the events. After the execution of Jean Charles de Menezes the majority of the coverage was doubting the claims of witnesses and backing the police story, especially in the immediate aftermath. It is clear the broadsheets smell Browns blood and want to put as much pressure as possible on the government.

Those who have watched the film Injustice will know these were just the latest in a long line of people killed by police or who have died in police custody whos families have had no justice.

Posted in Campaign, Civil Liberties, Media, Public Services, Video | 2 Comments »

Wyndford Primary and St Gregory’s Primary Schools occupations

Posted by alangdundee on 7th April 2009

Local people, activists from other schools fighting closure, socialists and trade unionists marched on Saturday in support of the continuing occupations of Wyndford Primary and St Gregorys schools in Glasgow.

Posted in Campaign, Glasgow, Media, Public Services, Save Our Schools, Schools, Scotland, Video | No Comments »


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