:: Saturday, December 08, 2012 ::

Goodbyeee


banksy, originally uploaded by alister.

As you may have gathered I am not updating this blog any more.

But don't be sad! You can find me at http://redkola.tumblr.com/

Don't be a stranger!


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:: Sunday, August 19, 2012 ::

Malvinas


Malvinas, originally uploaded by alister.


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:: Saturday, April 14, 2012 ::

Traffic Drain


Traffic Drain, originally uploaded by alister.


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:: Wednesday, November 30, 2011 ::

N30 Strike, Edinburgh Demo


N30 Strike, Edinburgh Demo, originally uploaded by alister.

Perspective not dead? Not quite despite the lure of social media. Pics from the N30 strike. http://flic.kr/s/aHsjx4HJLR


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:: Sunday, June 05, 2011 ::

#spanishrevolution hits Edinburgh

Real Democracy Now Scotland

Spain and Greece already have mass youth unemployment and now they face austerity cuts. The same cuts we face here in Scotland. Spanish and Greek youth have taken to the streets of Edinburgh in solidarity with the mass protests in their countries. Scots take note.

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:: Thursday, May 26, 2011 ::

First morning of SNP majority government in Edinburgh

I have a feeling we may have a bit more to say about this in the years and months to come.


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:: Sunday, March 27, 2011 ::

London


RIP, originally uploaded by alister.

I joined the 450, 000 who marched in the streets of London to defend public services and oppose the ConDem cuts. A good humoured family day out for ordinary workers. It was the biggest demo in London for 10 years.

Police subsequently attacked the non-violent sit ins by UK Uncut and those partying in Trafalgar Square. Black Bloc types had a ruck, which made them feel good about themselves I guess.

But the real story was the march, and what comes after.

Good analysis by Laurie Penny in the New Statesman and Paul Mason of Newsnight.


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