- Industrial Networks
Solidarity with detained St. Imier anarchists
Wed, 22/08/2012 - 04:25
North London Solidarity Federation would like to extend our fullest solidarity to the anarchists who were wrongfully detained while returning from the St. Imier anarchist conference in Switzerland. These actions, executed by British anti-terrorist officers, at best constitute unlawful police harassment. At worst, they are illegal actions designed to intimidate and repress.
Although we are not at all surprised to see such blatant disregard for civil and legal rights by the British state, we are concerned that such actions indicate a turn towards a more aggressive policing of the global anti-capitalist movement. As such, North London Solidarity Federation pledges to stand in solidarity with not only these particular individuals and the organisations to which they belong -- the Anarchist Federation (UK) -- but to actively participate in defending anarchists who are victims of state repression.
For further information, please refer to the statement put out by the Anarchist Federation:
|Workfare: Who's the one being intimidating here? (posted 19. May)|
|Report from a day of protest against Benefit Reform and Workfare in Tottenham (posted 14. April)|
|Workfare picket hits a nerve in Haringey (posted 10. April)|
|East and West London Unite to Attack Workfare (posted 26. March)|
|Haringey Council and Groundwork picketed over Workfare (posted 19. March)|