dirtysquatter:

In Reykjavik, Iceland, anarchists squatted this abandoned house, cleaned  it up and turned it into a social center where ideas could be shared  with the wider community. They created a free shop, a communal kitchen,  and the local Food Not Bombs chapter used the space for serving food.

dirtysquatter:

In Reykjavik, Iceland, anarchists squatted this abandoned house, cleaned it up and turned it into a social center where ideas could be shared with the wider community. They created a free shop, a communal kitchen, and the local Food Not Bombs chapter used the space for serving food.


Perhaps when occupying the multimillion-pound London mansion of a  tyrant’s son, food is some way down the list of priorities. More  pressing tasks, for the small group of protesters who have moved into  Saif al-Islam Gaddafi’s redbrick Hampstead home, were affixing banners  to the roof reading “Revolution” and “Out of Libya,  out of London”, and summoning the press, to whom they declared their  actions had been taken “in solidarity with the people of Libya, the  people of Cairo, the people of Saudi Arabia”.


source:http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/mar/09/libya-muammar-gaddafi

Perhaps when occupying the multimillion-pound London mansion of a tyrant’s son, food is some way down the list of priorities. More pressing tasks, for the small group of protesters who have moved into Saif al-Islam Gaddafi’s redbrick Hampstead home, were affixing banners to the roof reading “Revolution” and “Out of Libya, out of London”, and summoning the press, to whom they declared their actions had been taken “in solidarity with the people of Libya, the people of Cairo, the people of Saudi Arabia”.

source:http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/mar/09/libya-muammar-gaddafi

Dedicated to the squatters occupying Colonel Gaddafi’s house in London


‘There is a basic weakness in governments, however massive their armies,  however vast their wealth, however they control images and information,  because their power rests on the obedience of citizens, of soldiers, of  civil servants, of journalists and writers and teachers and artists.  When the citizens begin to suspect they have been deceived and withdraw  their support, government loses its legitimacy and its power.’


Howard Zinn - August 24, 1922 – January 27, 2010

Dedicated to the squatters occupying Colonel Gaddafi’s house in London

‘There is a basic weakness in governments, however massive their armies, however vast their wealth, however they control images and information, because their power rests on the obedience of citizens, of soldiers, of civil servants, of journalists and writers and teachers and artists. When the citizens begin to suspect they have been deceived and withdraw their support, government loses its legitimacy and its power.’

Howard Zinn - August 24, 1922 – January 27, 2010