London’s Burning

“These people have no morality. They and their friends sponge off the taxpayer, they are thieves, have little respect for law, their communities, or society in general. They steal, loot, run riot through the city with impunity… have no concern for people. And now they’re coming home from their luxury holidays to sort the riots … Continue reading

Leveling the playing field: horizontal politics, technology and activism in 2011 (part 4)

A normative view of marches might see them as the proverbial gateway drug for a lot of disaffected people. Smaller direct actions, such as those perpetrated by UK Uncut, are usually a lot more fun, and a lot more empowering. It is also in these types of action where the real benefits of horizontal organisation … Continue reading