Archive | November, 2016

Info Picket to Free Tony Taylor a success.

14 Nov

14980754_1618982421740487_2042554172299153823_nThis Saturday member of Anti Colonial Working Group went to the Farmers Market in Downtown Kitchener to hand out flyers and drop banners demanding that the british state release Tony Taylor. This is the second time this week that members of Anti Colonial Working Group took to the streets around this cause due to the fact that Tony Taylor, Irish Republican Prisoner who is interned in Maghaberry without charge) is now denied visits from his family.

The flyers,which were a call to action for a phone jam of the British Consulate with the demand that they Free Tony Taylor, were well received and we had to leave early because we ran out of flyers. People were really receptive to the idea of a phone jam and when we talked to people about the need for a organized campaign to Free Tony Taylor many people were not only interested but actually gave is their numbers and emails so that they can be contacted for meetings etc.

This flyering was followed by banner drops which were well received some that are still up as I write this.

Anti Colonial Working Group will continue to fight for the freedom of Tony Taylor, the Craigavon Two and all Irish Republican Prisoners and in the case of Tony Taylor is planning sit ins and occupations of british consulates across the country as well a well coordinated campaign of protest and disruption of british economic interests until he is free!!!!!!

No Bloody Poppies!!!!!No Hierarchy of Death!!!!!

11 Nov

15036275_1618002218505174_8157274493346302177_nToday members of Anti Colonial Working Group took a stand against the glorification of the Anglo Imperialist Alliance’s military machinery by attending today’s so called remembrance day ceremony with a banner that stated “Remember All The Victims of Imperialist War”. During this time of intensified attacks on Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, and the ALBA nations of Latin America it is quite important to reject the hierarchy of death promoted by today’s ceremony and the idea put forward by the imperialists of deserving vs undeserving deaths.

It is also quite important to take this stand and call a spade a spade. The troops that died in all the conflicts that KKKanada has been involved in have never died to protect our freedom as KKKanada has never been attacked by anyone other then the United States in the war of 1812 and all the conflicts that KKKanada has participated in since then have been wars of aggression and occupation from the wars of extermination of indigenous people to the current conflict in Afghanistan it is quite clear that KKKanada is the aggressor and as settlers who live on this territory it is our obligation to say that we not only do not support these wars of imperialist aggression but are actively seeking the defeat of the imperialist powers including KKKanada and support the victories of the oppressed of the world who are throwing off the shackles of imperialist war and occupation.