London, UK. 9th October 2016: Class War felt that the official celebration was failing to reflect the spontaneous and anarchist nature of of the Battle of Cable Street.
They see too many of the speakers representing organisations which had opposed popular resistance on the streets and feel it inappropriate that a march celebrating an event where the people took over the street should walk tamely along the pavements and a cycle lane rather than on the street. We decided to hold an alternative rally in front of the Cable Street mural with local resident Martin Wright giving an address. (more…)
For years anarchists have been excluded from speaking at major rallies by labourites and leftists. Having seen the highlights of the speakers for CABLE STREET, Class War has decided to hold our own rally at the mural. Speakers include MARTIN WRIGHT, veteran of the battle of Lewisham and local resident.
We ask all anarchists and other comrades to gather round and support our rally. Other speakers will be welcome. SMASH FASCISM SMASH THE STATE! (more…)
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Sunday 19 June 2016: Eggs flying, banners waving, blood red smoke up coppers noses, the Class Womens Death Brigade led the attack once more against that fucking Jack the Ripper glorification wank-tent of a “museum”. Check out the Gallery! (more…)
Down with the facade! Womens Death Brigade says its time! 3pm Sunday 19 June
The Jack the Ripper Museum didn’t ask for planning permission for its shop front till AFTER they opened. If it they’d asked before, they’d have revealed that it wasn’t going to be the Museum of the Women of the East End that they’d promised the council.
Anyway, their retrospective planning permission has been refused. So the entire facade has to come off. Volunteers step this way! (more…)
Wit, raconteur and anti-fascist Martin Wright will be leading a walk and talk about the history and implications of the famous Battle of Cable Street, finishing triumphant at the Ripper Museum at 12 Cable Street. Assemble PROMPT at 2pm at Tower Hill tube station. (more…)