Punks taking part in the "Stop The City" demonstrations of 1983-84 in London.
These ground-breaking protests, organised by libertarians, anarcho-punks and radical peace activists and held in London’s financial district, known as the "City", involved thousands of people and are considered today as the forerunner of "Occupy Wall Street" and other modern anti-globalisation and anti-capitalism protests.
As you know, Catalonia is fighting for the independence from Spain. Today, the national day of Catalonia, thousands of nationalists have crowded the streets of Barcelona to write in the map of the city a V (for Victory), but 1800 anarchists occupied another street to transform the V into an A (for Anarchy, of course). They did it. Congratulations catalonian comrades,
Yesterday one thousand antifascists held a demonstration against a neonazi squat at the working class and multi-ethnic neighborhood of Tetuan (Madrid). As usual, policemen protected neonazis of being smashed by the angry people of the hood.
On a lighter note, here are some pictures from us crashing the corporate Pride parade with a Pink Bloc that had fun without paying the ridiculously high registration fee. We won’t pay, to be queer! The Pink Bloc originated at May Day and its participants have created a range of creative forms of queer resistance, from the organization Glitur, to the “Drag Out Capitalism” drag show during Pride weekend. A vibrant, radical queer movement is emerging in Seattle, and the police are not going to stop us.