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thestreetsareours.net seems to be spreading quickly, I live in a small village/town in the west sussex area, the other day I was on the local bus and I noticed someone had written in permanant marker the site on the back of one of the seats.
I really didnt expect that considering it's such a small quiet village, really wish I knew who it was.
Anyone else had any little 'url spreading' experiences like this?
so its coming upto my 16th birthday in july and last week i recieved my N.I card and found the government were about to get a tighter squeeze on my life and take my hard earned money away. we have people who have not worked a day in their lives and its going to be my hard earned money they will be buying drugs and alchohol with but the thing that has really irrated me with this thought is that i havent chosen to give this contribution to them. the government once again made my decision for me. i love how the king blues are expressing how every normal citizen of england is feeling and want to thank them for inspiring me to stand up for myself and make sure i am heard.
much love and appreciation, alex
I would just like to open everyones eyes about how stuck up the governments are, millions of people a year die of diseases in Africa but the second there is a chance of a load of white/western/rich people dying they hand out medication and it hits the news everywhere and everyones worried, SPEAK FOR THOSE WHO CAN'T BE HEARD!
Petition against kettleing
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The \"Kettle\" is best known for having been used in the May Day protests at Oxford Circus in 2001, after which it became the subject of a civil action, brought by one of those contained and only finally resolved by the law lords (in the police\'s favour) in January this year.
This intimidatory and inflammatory tactic used by the police can leave those participating in legal protest to be effectively imprisoned on the street for hours on end. The results of this and the implications upon our freedom to protest are plain to see.
How can such heavy handed policing of law abiding citizens be right in a so called democracy?