January 2005

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Anarchist Day School and G8 mobilisation

On Saturday there was the Anarchist Dayschool over in Glasgow, organised by GAP, one of the splinter group of the former Printworks Social Centre. I was scheduled in for a workshop about “sexism” – unfortunately i was never *really* asked, but I found my name on the programme aside of the mentioned workshop together with Read the full article…


nothing of particular intrest

[ from the dept. ]Nothing happening this week which was of particular intrest. Started cycling again, as we had the usual 2 days of snow last week, and now it seems to get warmer and friendlier again. Translated the first two articles of the anti-slavery magazine, which left me battling for a day with old Read the full article…


The tongue of the butterfly

Also have watched “The tongue of the butterfly”, a wonderfull film about the start of the Spanish civil war. Anyway have cried a lot, because it was about this “anarchist” family, but the mother was quite conservative, always going to mass and so on, and they were in the part of Spain which became fascist Read the full article…


Womyn Vs. G8

Have been to the launch gathering of “Womyn vs. the G8″. It was brilliant. I love women gatherings. Not too many of them, but every now and then. They are just so lovely fluffy. And everybody takes care of things and helps out. Such there is always tea and coffee and food. Yesterday it was Read the full article…


Video projects and other new troubles

The dogsitting was great last week, basically was running around for hours in the countryside and the city having much fun. Slight problem that the dog doesn’t listen to any orders, and likes to attack other dogs sometimes as well. When I let it of the lead, it was just running away and I thought Read the full article…