Protests

Global Intifada | Standing against colonialism & oppression

By Haifa Habib It was the Palestinians uprising against Israel’s ethnic cleansing, encroachments on their rights, faith and lands, that coined the term Intifada. The first intifada 1987-1993 and the second 2000-2005. While many have now seen the premise of a third Intifada, this Palestinian resistance bears the features of…


Police brutalise peaceful protests in St Pancras

By Samuel Regent   Peaceful protests against the abuse of refugees at London’s King Cross and St Pancras Euro-Tunnel Station, Europe’s largest train station, was the scene of obscene police brutality today. The Metropolitan Police confirmed to The International that protesters demonstrating in support of migrants and refugees have been ejected…



Catalan President arrested by Spanish police

By Stefano Guttusu The President of Catalonia, Artur Mas has appeared in court in the Catalan capital, Barcelona under charges for organising an independence vote. Thousands of supporters sang the Catalan anthem and chanted “Down with Spanish justice” outside the court as he faced charges of disobeying a court ban…


Hundreds of Thousands protest against TTIP in Germany

By Sebastian Lange   Video not playing on your mobile device? TRY HERE Europe is currently gripped by protest fever Anti-Government Protests (UK), Anti-Far-Right Protests (EU wide), Pro-Refugee aid (EU wide), Anti-Austerity (EU wide) Protesters from a range of political groups have gathered in central Berlin for a protest against…



Snipers deployed on British streets as anti-government demonstrations continue

By Luther Harris As anti-austerity and anti-government protests continue in Manchester out side of the heavily fortified Conservative Party Conference, the ever increasingly tyrannical dictatorial conservatives deploy snipers trained on members of the public. Cameron has no moral qualms about killing British citizens without trial, warrant, arrest or jury as…


Mass Anti-Government protests continue across the UK

By Amy Porter Death of democracy in the UK David Cameron is not exactly what you would call a popular leader, but in the last 12 months more and more questions have been raised about his legality. Ever since day one of the 2015 elections the UK exploded with anti-government…



Scottish independence protests fill Glasgow

By Zakia Muharemov   One year on from the fateful Scottish referendum on independence where 45% of the population lost their fight for freedom and the mood is heavier than ever. Thousands of pro-independence activists gathered on George Square in the Scottish city of Glasgow carrying Scottish flags and “Yes”…