Neo-Nazi mob riots at anti-immigration protest

Anti-fascists blocking route of fascist march in DoverOriginally Posted in Libcom
By Anonymous

Around 200 neo-Nazis and racists rioted in Dover at an anti-immigration protest yesterday. Clashes with anti-fascists early in the day saw people on both sides hospitalised.

The protest was organised by the National Front (NF) and English Defence League (EDL) splinter group South East Alliance and supported by nearly every other group to have split from the EDL.

A counter-protest was organised by the Anti-Fascist Network (AFN) and supported by anti-fascists from across the country. The day began with groups of fascists gathering in pubs around Dover.

The AFN protest began at midday, a crowd of around 150 set off behind a banner calling for an open border and marched to the Castle Inn pub where the far-right protest was due to start.

Kent NF organiser Mark Freeman was chased into the pub which was quickly surrounded by anti-fascists. While the police were trying to hold anti-fascists back more far-right activists arrived.

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[Photos] Graffiti Artist Vs Graffiti Removal Plays Out In Hilarious Sequence

Originally Posted in Mobstr

LONDON

“I cycled past this wall on the way to work for years,” wrote Mobstr in an introduction to the photos. “I noticed that graffiti painted within the red area was “buffed” with red paint. However, graffiti outside of the red area would be removed via pressure washing. This prompted the start of an experiment. Unlike other works, I was very uncertain as to what results it would yield. Below is what transpired over the course of a year.”

[Video]: Sons of Malcolm (Sukant Chandan) in Conversation with Sohail Daulatzai – Black Star Crescent Moon

From Sons of Malcom

London, England

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Sat June 8, 2013 6pm at Housmans bookstore in kings cross central london, Brother Sohail Daulatzai will be in conversation with Sukant Chandan (Sons of Malcolm / sonsofmalcolm.com ) on the subject of Daulatzai’s newly published book: ‘Black Star, Crescent Moon: The Muslim International and Black Freedom Beyond America.’

Black Star is a book which documents and analyses the impact of the Muslim International, ie., the tradition of radical and popular resistance and liberation to western imperialism in the internationalist traditions of those inspired by Islam, from that of the Non-Aligned Movement, to the impact on the Nation of Islam and especially Malcolm X as well as Muhammad Ali, as well as the cultural impact manifested in Hip-Hop and Cinema. Continue reading