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Hopi Indian prophecies

When the Earth has been ravaged and the animals are dying, a tribe of people from all races, creeds and colours, shall put their faith in deeds, not words, and make the land green again.  They shall be known as … Continue reading

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There is a need to dance

There is a need to dance There is a need to travel There is a need to squat There is a need for protest There is a need for open spaces There is a need to celebrate There is a … Continue reading

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A little ditty

A little ditty In the winter, Wrap up warm. Raise your hands and dance till dawn. Up amongst the woods and heather, Party people dance… Together                                          Lex,  Leicester

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Winstanley 2

“My mind was not at rest, because nothing was acted; and thoughts ran in me that words and writings were nothing and must die; for action is life of all, and if thou dost not act, thou dost nothing.” Garrard … Continue reading

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Winstanley 1

None ought to be lord over another but the earth be free for everyone to live on. Garrard Winstanley 1649

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If Not ….

If not now,  WHEN? If not here,  WHERE? If not you,  WHO?

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Police Corruption

“A good police force is one that catches more crooks than it employs,” Sir Robert MarkMetropolitan Police commissioner 1972

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I went to garden of Love

I  went to garden of Love And saw what I never had seen: A Chapel was built in the midst Where I used to play on the green. And the gates of this Chapel were shut, And `Thou shalt not’ … Continue reading

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a very cross anarchist

Whoever lays their hand on me is a usurper and a tyrant; I declare them to be my enemy….. Government is slavery. Its laws are cobwebs for the rich, and chains of steel for the poor. Pierre Joseph Proudhon,  Paris   … Continue reading

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Tyranny

“When tyranny is abroad, submission is a crime”. Andrew Elliot (Early American Rebel)

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Everyone has a plan

“Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” Mike Tyson

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As a 45-year old taxpayer, I object to this persecution

“As a 45-year old taxpayer, I object to this persecution.  I am glad my son enjoys the camaraderie and happiness that is the predominant experience at a rave.  I am proud that he is intelligently experienced in the use of … Continue reading

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The right to peaceful protest is a traditional and legitimate expression of a point of view.

“The right to peaceful protest is a traditional and legitimate expression of a point of view. Peaceful protest is public, open and visible. It is designed to inform, persuade and cajole. It may be a nuisance; it may even be … Continue reading

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‘erb

“Of all the things, why must we have no ‘erb?  Because ‘erb is the healing of the nation and when we smoke ‘erb we can communicate with each other and live better.  When you smoke ‘erb you see the system … Continue reading

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John Major …. what a knob!

“Fifty years from now, Britain will still be the country of long shadows on county grounds, warm beer, invincible green suburbs, dog lovers and pools fillers and as George Orwell once said, `Old maids bicycling to Holy Communion through the … Continue reading

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Door was always open to the traveller.

” …. but no stranger had to spend the night in the street,  for my door was always open to the traveller.” Job  31:32

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Get off this estate

GET OFF THIS ESTATE !!!WHAT FOR? BECAUSE IT’S MINE!WHERE DID YOU GET IT? FROM MY FATHER.WHERE DID HE GET IT? FROM HIS FATHER.AND WHERE DID HE GET IT? HE FOUGHT FOR IT.WELL, I’LL FIGHT YOU FOR IT! New Internationalist

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This scepter’d isle

This royal throne of kings, this scepter’d isle, This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars, This other Eden, demi-paradise, This fortress built by Nature for herself, Against infection and the hand of war, This happy breed of men, this … Continue reading

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A festival should possess

“A festival should possess something which is distinctive and which could not be so well presented elsewhere” E.M. Forster   1948

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We are only too delighted

“We are only too delighted to do anything we can to make life difficult for such things as hippy convoys” Margaret Thatcher   5th June 1986

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