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SchNEWS 455, 28th May, 2004
MONSKANKO! Nasty Canadian farmer found guilty of infringing on nice friendly Monsanto's "intelellectual property rights" by his rubbish convensional oil seed rape being contaminated by their great new GM version. Fair enough?

SchNEWS 454, 21stMay, 2004
IDENTENTACLE Big Brother Blunkett is crashing on with his plans to introduce biometric ID cards. Prepare yourselves for the project to run massively over budget and finish way behind schedule (here's hoping...).

SchNEWS 453, 14th May, 2004
NORM RULES OK? United Nations plans to make international law apply to multinational corporations are opposed by multinational corporations like Shell. Surprised?

SchNEWS 452,
7th May, 2004

BORN TO BE FILED Big Brother reaches out a "helping hand" to the youth of the nation... yeah right! Also SchNEWS tour report, inside SchNEWS, and all the usual...

SchNEWS 451, 30th April, 2004
BANKERS' CRAMP! SchNEWS takes a look at the European Investment Bank and finds plenty of skeletons in its closet. Also anti-fascist news, positive SchNEWS, and more...

SchNEWS 450, 23rd April, 2004
IT'S A BIG 'UN! May Day comes around again, with nation-wide action expected despite May Day being "banned" by the corporate media. SchNEWS also looks at the relationship between big business and the EU. Also fleecing Iraq, more on May Day, and all the usual.

SchNEWS 449, 16th April, 2004
WUD'JA FALLUJA IT? As bombs fly into Falluja, few accurate reports are coming out on the corporate media - SchNEWS investigates and offers alternatives. Also squat updates, Coca-Cola update, NHS telly hell, and more...

SchNEWS 448, 2nd April, 2004
GACK ATTACK SchNEWS looks at the evils of the food industry and food advertising, as well as some alternatives to unsustainable fast- and junk-food industries. Also poll boycott in Indonesia, anti-GM victory, protest camp updates and more...

SchNEWS 447, 26th March, 2004
CROAKER COLA We discover that not only is Coke's fancy bottled water is just filtered tap water but that it's got cancer causing chemicals in it too! If that weren't enough, they'er killing trade unionists in Columbia and stealing villiagers water in India too... Also South African repression, protest camp update and more...

SchNEWS 446, 19th March, 2004
TOTAL PAZ TAKE Bombings in Madrid from a perspective not seen in the corporate media - mass murder siezed upon to remove civil liberties and continue the so called "war on terror". Also Coca Killer, Catakiller, animal killers, "I'm no killer" and more...

SchNEWS 445, 12th March, 2004
MAIZE OF LIES Neo Labour gives the go-ahead for the UK's first GM crop - ScNEWS says (again) GM ain't all it's cracked up to be. Also Aldermaston march, SHAC, first Indymedia Regional Meeting, SchNEWS Tour and more...

SchNEWS 444, 5th March, 2004
MINER SURGERY SchNEWS looks back at the struggle between striking miners and Thatcher's government. Also US involvement in Haiti, camp updates, Bayer update, anti-terrorism case thrown out, and more...

SchNEWS 443, 27th February, 2004
PENTA-GONER A Pentagon think-tank recently issued a report describing climate change as an urgent "national security threat" - whilst Bush and his cronies continue to try and deny it all. Also racist cops cause trouble for Sydney aboriginals, Fortress Road Social Centre still under threat of eviction, fairtrade and more...

SchNEWS 442, 20th February, 2004
SHOP 'TIL THEY DROP Chinese cockle pickers died because they are at the bottom of the food production chain. We look at how the big supermarkets exploit imigrant workers and then everyone else. Also Bayer's anti protest injunction, Thessaloniki arestees charged dropped and more..

SchNEWS 441, 13th February, 2004
SPELLBOUND Road protest camps, the 'Harry Potter ruling' and more... Also: alternative community centre, Birmingham Northern Relief Road, direct action and shoddy journalism in Dublin, clampdown in Argentina, and more...

SchNEWS 440, 6th February, 2004
DUSTING DOWNER More on Depleted Uranium weapons in Iraq and the movement against their usage and in aid of their victims. Also: forced evictions in Chiapas, Mexico, Sydney Opera House "redecoration" case, WHISC worldwide (the School of the Americas), camp updates, and more...

SchNEWS 439, 30th January, 2004
PRIMATE CHANGE Cambridge University finally abandons controversial plans for a primate vivisection lab. Also: Chelmsford travellers evicted, Costain tree-felling, Trident sub trials, Old Kent Road Asda, and more...

SchNEWS 438, 23rd January, 2004
BOMBAY MIX The fourth World Social Forum, held in Mumbai, India, examines the real impact of Globalisation, and also offers “an international alliance to battle the multinationals.” Also: crap jobs, FSB harassment of Russian activists, Monsanto rapeseed case rapes farmer's living, seed swap, free Vanunu campaign and more...

SchNEWS 437, 16th January, 2004
FLAW AND DISORDER The proposed Civil Contingencies Bill, Neo-Labour wet dream come true, would further erode civil rights in Britain. Also: travellers fighting eviction in Coventry, Nine Ladies anti-quarry camp in the Peak District, finger-printing Americans in Brazil, and more...



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“The government’s recent actions show that we must be cautious about claiming that only fascists use refugees as scapegoats. The truth is that the BNP has only been able to campaign so successfully on this issue because the climate is so open for it to do so. The venom of the press and mainstream politicians has normalised the message of the BNP fascists.” - Kate Taylor, Searchlight Magazine

It’s election time next Thursday and across the country it’s the only thing on people’s mind. Er, perhaps not. But more worryingly, the fascist British National Party are threatening to gain more seats at the forthcoming local and European elections using voter apathy, proportional representation and a new squeaky clean image. Then there’s the UK Independence Party - a sort of little Englander BNP-lite, that are very likely to get racist Kilroy-Silk elected (who despite living in a £2.5 million mansion in Buckinghamshire keeps going on about how he knows what ordinary people want).

We must not forget that the BNP is a fascist organisation, which poses a direct threat to anyone who doesn’t fit into their white English culture. Areas that the BNP targets are blighted with increased racist attacks. Take Burnley where between April 2002 and March 2003, 237 racist attacks were recorded - a 149% increase.

To counter this threat groups like Unite Against Fascism tell us that not voting will let the fascists in. So who should get our votes? Neo Labour or the Tories? Parties that bring mainstream policies into BNP territory as leader Nick Griffin commented a few years ago “The Asylum seeker issue has been great for us … it has been quite fun to watch as they play the race card in far cruder terms than we would ever use, but pretend not to. This issue legitimises us.”

With this ‘legitimacy’ The BNP hopes to step in and appeal to pissed off and poor suburban voters. But as one anti-racist campaigner told SchNEWS, “We must engage in a real debate with those who voted BNP. They are not Nazis and their grievances, many of them real, must not be dismissed out of hand.”


These tactics of stirring up race hatred, of blaming other ethnic minorities for the problems such as bad housing are nothing new. During the 1930s and 40s Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists was trying to gain a stronghold, targeting the East End of London. Solley Kaye was one of those involved in fighting them. “You had massive unemployment, immense poverty, social services nowhere near what they are today, terrible slums. The fascists (tried to) involve people on the basis of envy, fear, or whatever, they said ‘the Jews, they’ve got your houses, the Jews, they’ve got your jobs.’ Even though we were all living in bloody poverty with bugs crawling all over us in the night.

“At the time the Communist Party together with some very courageous Church people, organised the Stepney Tenants Defence League, and all the tenants living in bad houses were being involved in a fight to get the repairs done and the rents reduced. There were some people being evicted from a block of flats called Paragon Mansions, Phil Piratin (later to become a Communist M.P.) heard about it. He went there and got the rest of the tenants to organise barricades to stop the bailiffs coming in.” Some of the tenants were members of the British Union of Fascists, but they didn’t want anything to do with them after they saw who their real allies were.

The turning point came in 1936 when a quarter of a million people stopped Mosley’s party marching through the East End and his party never recovered.

The asylum issue is not the only way that politicians play into the fascists hands. In the Blackbird Leys estate in Oxford the Independent Working Class Association have been opposing the idea of multiculturalism “We believe that public money should not be spent on projects whose sole purpose is apparently to foster artificial divisions along ethnic or religious lines…we believe that the promotion of segregation is political suicide for the working class, as well of course for ethnic minorities themselves.” One example of this was their opposition to £25,000 being spent on lights on the Cowley Road in Oxford to celebrate the Muslim festival of Eid. They argued money should not be spent on a religious festival - any religious festival including Christmas - while services were being cut in Blackbird Leys area. Doing so would just cause resentment and racism.

Across the country people have other methods of dealing with the fascists. Posties have been refusing to deliver their election leaflets using a conscience clause in their contract. The BNP accuses the postal union of being “anti-democratic” and “hostile to the patriots of the BNP” forgetting that if it ever got to power it would abolish unions. Elsewhere people have been taking, a more, shall we say, direct approach. BNP councillors have had their houses attacked and meetings and leafleting sessions disrupted. Holocaust denier David Irving had to abandon a meeting in Sussex and the leader of France’s far right Le Pen’s party was greeted with rotten fruit and fists on his recent visit to the UK (SchNEWS 451).

Democracy means more than just putting an x on a piece of paper, it means having an input into decisions that affect your life. The idea that people must be apathetic if they don’t vote or that if you don’t vote you can’t complain or that voting is the single most important political act anyone can take is nonsense. As the Rev Kenneth Leech wrote in the foreword to ‘Brick Lane 1978’: “The battle against racism and fascism cannot be won by outsiders who march into an area, chant slogans, and then march out again; it can only be won by the most dedicated, rooted and persistent commitment to undermine and destroy the injustice and neglect on which such movements thrive”.

  • While visiting in Stoke one SchNEWS scribe got a BNP leaflet for the elections through the door. There’s a picture of the candidate and his family on the back with his ten years old son saying - “My Dad isn’t a racist” No, of course not son.
  • To get involved in more miltant anti fascist activity 07950 836455
  • Think fascists have a right to freedom of speech? Get a copy of ‘The 43 Group’ by Morris Beckman an excellent account of how Jewish ex-servicemen fought Oswald Mosley fascist party, literally kicking them off the streets of East London in the 1940’s. Copies available from
  • Telephone your local sorting office, to say you do not want BNP material delivered and give support to local postal workers who are refusing to deliver BNP material.
  • ‘Refugees - they’re welcome here’ meeting on 14 June at Community Base, South Wing, 113 Queens Road, Brighton 6.30pm to 9.30pm with food, films and speakers including Ko Aung, refugee from Burma and Emma Ginn, from the Campaign to Stop Arbitrary Detention at Yarl’s Wood.

Crap Arrest of the Week

For being an artist…
Steve Kurtz called 911 early one morning to tell them his wife had suffered a cardiac arrest and died in her sleep. However when the police arrived they decided Kurtz’s art supplies were actually bioterrorism weapons and called the FBI who arrested Kurtz without charge, sealed off the entire block, confiscated his computers, manuscripts, art supplies... and even his wife’s body. Kurtz, an Associate Professor in the Department of Art at the State University of New York’s University and a member of the internationally-acclaimed Critical Art Ensemble is facing trial later this month.

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In June 2005 the G8 is coming to the UK. Made up of the eight of the most “powerful” nations on earth, the G8 meets “informally” to carve up the world’s resources for the narrow interests of multinational corporations, while trampling over workers rights, public services and the environment. While member countries refuse to seriously engage themselves in the fight against accounting fraud, money laundering, and offshore havens, the G8, under the auspices of the fight against terrorism, attempts to justify war, militarism, and repression.

Dissent is a network of groups and individuals planning actions and taking direct action against the 2005 G8 summit and what it represents. What actions happen against it is up to those who get involved; unlike the G8 there is are no leaders telling people what to do, it is up for all those involved to have an equal say.

Demonstrations against the G8 have a history of being pretty spectacular. In 1999 while the G8 were meeting in Cologne the City of London was famously shut down for the day with the J18 Carnival Against Capital. In 2001 when they met in a fortress in Genoa, Italy, 300,000 people faced paramilitary police on the streets outside, resulting in the destruction of large parts of the city and the murder of one protester by the police. Such protests have led the G8 to retreat to ever more remote locations, last year they met in the exclusive Swiss resort of Evian and next week they’ll be meeting on Sea Island, 80 miles south of Savannah, USA. So people in the States have called for decentralised actions around the world. Dissent is organising a diverse range of events to make people aware of next years G8 summit in the UK and the growing movement which opposes it.

To find out more


ANTI-G8 protesters have this week set up a new autonomous social centre in Worthing, West Sussex. The 23TOPIA squat will be open to the public on Friday June 4th. And from June 8th to 12th they are planning a Festival of Resistance to coincide with the G8 summit in the USA. A spokesperson for the group said: “Next year the G8 will be meeting in the UK and our aim is to show them that they are not welcome here. The message is loud and clear - expect thousands of us to be gearing up for massive protests against the capitalist scum, everywhere from Scotland to the English South Coast.”

23TOPIA is in Chapel Road, Worthing, in the building previously housing the 3TO nightclub (previously known as Area 51 and Flappers). The space will be opened up to campaign information and meetings, art installations, music workshops and lots more stuff still being planned. The group is making three general call-outs:

1) For people to come along and help out in what ever way they can, even if it’s just for an hour or two after work. There is a large amount of cleaning and tidying still to be done!

2) For individuals and groups to make use of the space and bring literature, posters etc to get a positive message across to the people using the centre. If your group has some spare leaflets or papers, please consider donating them to 23TOPIA. You can also give talks, run workshops or just come and meet others.

3) Spread the word as quickly as possible. Post this info on websites and pass on via e-mail. Tell people by word of mouth. This is a glorious opportunity not to be wasted!

Postal mail should for the moment go c/o The Porkbolter at PO Box 4144, Worthing, W Sussex BN14 7NZ and email can be handled at

Shut The G8 website is at

Scraping the Barrel

Last Saturday in Saudi Arabia, the oil city of Khobar was attacked by Al-Qaida. Fears that this is the start of a concerted campaign to disrupt oil supplies and damage the US economy had an immediate impact on the price of the barrel which reached a record high in the States.

Our chancellor, Gordon Brown says that it is crucial that OPEC act now to keep oil prices down and the world economy stable. Loyola de Palacio, EU Commissioner also called on OPEC to increase production, dubiously claiming that her thoughts are with poor countries that will suffer as a result of the high prices. While Western governments put pressure on OPEC to pump out more and more oil, OPEC point out that they are producing as much as they ever were and in some cases countries are producing well above their national quotas. The high prices, they say, are due to speculation on the futures markets in Europe. Big companies and countries buy up oil, anticipating further price rises due to the turbulent situation in the Middle East. The effect of this is to push prices through the roof. So to summarise the story, we invaded the Middle East causing massive destruction and resentment, the price of oil rose, but we still need more oil and buy loads in case the price goes up more, the price does go up a lot more due to the increasing demand and we blame the Middle East.

Meanwhile, fuel protestors are again threatening to take to the streets (or drive around in their cars shaking their fists) and again the issue of climate change hardly gets a mention. As climate change campaigning group Rising Tide point out the problem is not that we will run out of oil, it is that oil is causing massive climate change. As Friends of The Earth put it “Fears about rising oil prices demonstrate the need for a massive investment in energy efficiency and alternatives to oil, such as bio fuels. Burning oil is a major contributor to global climate change”.

  • On June 16 a street party is organised against BP sponsoring the National Portrait Gallery in London. Meet 4 pm at St James Square in London. 07969 786770.
  • 15-21 June ‘An Exhibition of Resistance to BP and Big Oil’. 07969 786770.
  • ‘Can renewable energy systems give us what we need or do we face a serious energy shortage over the next fifty years?’ Saturday 19th June.11am-4pm. Canterbury Room 4, Lampeter University 01558 685353. Organised by Earth Cymru Network:
  • There’s a Cambridge Forum on Climate change on June 15th @ CB1 Cafe, 32 Mill Rd, Cambridge 8-10pm. Speakers include Dr David Vaughan of British Antarctic Survey who witnessed first-hand the break-up of the Larsen B ice shelf and Dr Johnathan Koehler, of the Applied Economics department who will talk about renewable energy. There will be time for questions and discussion - plus plenty of suggestions for practical and effective action.
  • From 19th-21st November, the Centre for Alternative Technology will be running a brand new course “Make your own Bio-diesel”. The course will enable you to produce your own cheap bio-diesel, without the need for alterations to your engine. 01654 705957

War On Activists

The Third EU – LAC Conference in Guadalajara Mexico came to a tense end last week with indirect condemnation of the US military torture in Iraq and commercial agreements without popular support. There was also violence against demonstrators at the end of the general demonstration, with around 100 detained and disappeared, as well as 30 injured.

Mexican and international activists were physically and psychologically humiliated and maltreated by the police. Some of the injured were taken into prison without receiving any medical attention. Activists from Euskadi, Catalunya, Spain, Chile, Italy and Australia were among the arrested and are awaiting deportation. Among the Mexicans still in jail are some of the most active members of the anarcho-punk movement in Mexico, activists who were involved in the inspirational protests against the WTO in Cancun last year.

Most of those arrested were working with indigenous communities in Oaxaca and Chiapas. The government has imposed extremely high fines ranging from £1,000 to £1,300 for the Mexicans and stated that they will not be released until the fines are paid. Average wages in Mexico are about £2 a day, so the average person would have to work for about two years just to pay the fine, this equates to a fine of around £40,000 in relative British terms.

Oil Be Rich

The World Bank’s commitment to “the vision of poverty reduction” has become even more of joke than it already is. A new report by the Sustainable Energy and Economy Network shows that the World Bank investment in oil projects has done nothing to alleviate poverty and has actually pumped more money into Halliburton, one of the world’s largest providers to the oil and gas industries.

Last December the Bank’s very own Extractative Industries Review recommended that its investment in oil projects be phased out by 2008. “82% of all oil projects the bank has invested in (since 1992) are primarily designed for the export of oil back to the USA, Western Europe, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Japan.” And guess what, it’s Halliburton who heads the list of corporate beneficiaries!

The report found that Halliburton and friends (who including Shell, Chevron Texaco & BP) would lose out if the Bank stopped investing in oil: “The World Bank was unable to produce a single example where its support for oil had alleviated poverty”.

SchNEWS in Brief

  • Were you searched in London by police during the DSEI arms fair last September? Liberty needs your search receipts ASAP for the second stage of a High Court legal battle against the Metropolitan Police. 0207 378 3653
  • The new Anarchist Yellow Pages is out soon including 2000 anarchist and libertarian communist groups, revolutionary syndicalist unions, militant anti-fascists, libertarian publications, alternative media projects, infoshops and social centers from around the world. Available in UK from Active
  • From Baghdad to Blackwood via Bristol - Bristle magazine issue 16 is out! This time it’s a direct action special. £1.50 - get it at Kebele social centre,
  • If you want to get your hands on some decent radical films and documentaries then check out
  • Last Monday around 600 prisoners in Wolow, Poland, started a hunger strike, protesting against overcrowding in prisons. The protest was sparked off by the decision to put extra beds in cells; now there are eight beds in rooms designed for five. The day after 300 prison inmates in Wronki and 340 in Klodzko joined in out of solidarity. Prison authorities have responded by stopping all group meetings.

Inside SchNEWS

Russian anarchist journalist and anti-fascist Aleksei Cherepanov is being illegally detained after being fitted up after having drugs planted on him. He is involved with the publication Avtonom, and was interrogated about anarchist press found in his house.


The FBI arrested seven er ‘terrorists’ from around the US last Wednesday, in what it called a victory in the War on Terror. The only catch is that they weren’t actually terrorists - they were animal rights activists from SHAC who had been campaigning to close down a company responsible for terrorising animals in vivisection labs - the infamous UK animal experimentation mob Huntingdon Life Sciences.

The animal rights ‘terrorists’ aren’t even on charges relating to acts of violence: the main charges are around so-called counts of ‘incitement’ on their website - just for reporting animal rights actions which have happened.

This recalls the GANDALF trials in the late nineties here in the UK (see when the editors of Green Anarchist and Animal Liberation Front magazine were sentenced to three years for “conspiring to incite persons unknown on unspecified dates over a five year period to commit unspecified criminal damage” ! - all for reporting about direct action as it happened - as opposed to actually doing it! The police’s ‘Operation Washington’ which cost ’em £10 million, eventually proved to be a waste of money as all those jailed were released and had their convictions overturned.

The main charges the US activists are on come from the Animal Terrorism Act 1992, but include the additional charges of ‘interstate stalking’, and the arrestees are looking at possible years in prison and millions of dollars in fines.

These arrests reinforce what the War on Terrorism is all about - using the force of the state to prop up and protect corporate and political interests. US animal rights activists claim that these arrests will be a test of current legislation - if the activists get sent down it will set a precedent for further cases, and if they don’t it will be an excuse for more draconian laws. On top of that this is clearly a politically motivated attack on SHACs right to freedom of speech under the good ‘ol US constitution.

  • SHAC have a Japanese Global Week (7th-11th June) targeting Japanese customers of HLS.
  • Welsh SHAC are organising a ‘Triple Hit Action’ against HLS around Cardiff on June 14th. 07719726861

Positive SchNEWS

Westmill Wind Farm Co-operative are about to open the first community owned wind farm in the south-east. Funds will go into education about sustainable energy and climate change issues in schools and colleges, and there will be free energy efficiency advice to homes in the area. The launch is on Saturday June 12th 10am-4pm. The Old Town Hall, Market Place, Faringdon, Oxfordshire SN7 7JA. 01229 821028

...And Finally...

Last Friday’s London critical mass bike ride was attended by around 500 cyclists.

After a lengthy stop on Blackfriars Bridge to remember a cyclist who was killed on the bridge recently, the mass made its way through the city of London. At one junction a chauffer driven rolls was spotted attempting a u-turn and was correctly prevented from attempting this dangerous manoeuvre. One hawk-eyed cyclist identified the passenger as Express owner and porn king Richard Desmond, hiding behind a copy of - no, not Asian Babes, but the equally disreputable Evening Standard. Not wishing to pass up the opportunity to inconvenience the porn peddler (pun intended), he was held up for 20 minutes before being rescued by the police to hoots of derision and suggestions of what he did while reading his ‘publications’.

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