April 2005

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hectic times

It’s getting hectic here. The weekend will be full on, with Mayday Carnival, the Camcorder G8 video premiere, the radio debate, the Beltane fire and performances, the official mayday march, the Indymedia lecture at University, and a conference with entertainment. Alongside this a family member is visiting, so are some friends. Finding accomodation for G8 Read the full article…


3 piglets go astray

Oooops, long time, no blog. Quite a lot happening. Equador’s president has fallen, the new pope is not only from my homecountry and quite dispised there amongst liberal and tolerant thinking people, but was also member of the Hitler Youth, and has put huge hurdles and repressive processes on pregnant women seeking abortion. The mainstream Read the full article…


burnt out

Today I discovered I accidentally burnt out and down my flowerpot. It has now big melted holes and the earth is all black. When I came back yesterday after the radio training I thought the cogigis (constantly giggling girls) from nextdoor would have played a prank, because it was smelling as quite some barbecue, but Read the full article…


Festival of Dissent and G8 worries

This weekend the Festival of Dissent takes place at the westcoast of Scotland in the countryside. Unfortunately I missed the minibus yesterday and also it is wet and cold here and I have had a bit too much of G8 protest stuff in the past, so would be actually really really keen to have a Read the full article…


Documentary films and videos

It is quite difficult actually to find good documentaries and to screen them. Just came across this website which tries to distribute independent films, including documentaries, but the only interesting ones I found are the one about a Black Panther member, one about the Vietnam war protests and one about Berkley in the 60ies. Not Read the full article…