Tag: Protesters

Tiananmen

I remember reading this poem a year after the Tiananmen Square Massacre. It’s always struck me as an incredibly powerful piece and captures the spirit of the protesters both then and now. Even on this 24th anniversary of the Massacre,

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The Crumbling of the St Paul’s Chapter

Some interesting thoughts from Campbell Campbell-Jack on the ongoing St Pauls / #occupylsx debacle. Even bampots should feel free to protest. The Occupy London protesters may be self-regarding and sanctimonious, faulty in their analysis and confused in their solutions, nevertheless,

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Questionable Time

Let me start this post by pointing out that I’m not a fan of the BNP, not by a long margin. It saddens me that I have to point that at at the beginning, but some people will read this

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