Tuesday, 31 May 2022




    What is always omitted from the mainstream media, is the anger across the planet at the brutal repressive actions of the various states. The anger at the continual savagery against those who demand change from this insane exploitative system based on privileges to the wealthy and struggle and poverty to the many. No matter the brutality, the struggles intensify, the anger of the people grows. This struggle is marked by the deaths of thousands of ordinary people, the beating of many more and the incarceration of millions across the planet. However, the struggle continues and the anger grows, there can only be on outcome, the destruction of the state/corporate stranglehold on the liberty of the people.

The latest from SubMedia, System Fail 12.



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Monday, 30 May 2022



         The Faslane Peace Camp, as far as I am aware, is the longest running peace camp in the world. It sits across the road from the UK's nuclear submarine base at Faslane. This year marks the 40th anniversary of its continuous presence across the road from the nuclear submarine base gates.
          To mark this monumental 40th anniversary Spirit of Revolt are holding an event as a mark of support for the Peace Camp and its aims. It is a free event, and takes place on Thursday 2 June, 5:15-7:15pm in the Blythswood Room at the Mitchell Library, level 5. enter via Granville Street.
         On display will be photos, newspaper cuttings and leaflets etc. from Spirit of Revolt's Faslane Peace Camp Collection. Come along and show your support for this 40 year continuous fight for a peaceful world. Join the discussion, chat about what you think of the situation today. Today more than ever, we need to come together in a strong anti-war, peace movement, as the world teeters on the brink of another catastrophic war.

        With headlines like this, peace movements and anti-war movements are not a choice, but an necessity. 

Alarm over nuclear safety incidents at Clyde bases

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Sunday, 29 May 2022



          Posted this some years ago on the thought of what if our world was a village of 100, and thought I would try to see what difference there has been since then, sadly not a lot and not to the benefit of the ordinary people of our village.

This is what I came up with, if our world was a 100 people village. Figures are for 2021.

25 would be aged 0-14
66 would be aged 15-64
9 would be aged 65+
6o would be Asian
16 would be Africa
10 would be European
9 Latin Americans
5 North Americans
86 would be able to read and write
14 would not
7 would get to university
93 would not
78 would have safe shelter
22 would not
91 would have clean drinking water
9 would not
82 would have electricty
18 would not
15 would always have enough to eat
15 would not
69 would be malnourished
1 would die from starvation
6 would own 59% of the wealth
74 would own 39%
20 would share 2% of the wealth

Aid in $ dollars.

21 would be living on $1.25 a day
$1.24 trillion would go on military spending
$100 billion would go on developement aid
$1.2 trillion would be spent on non-essentials
$30 billion to end world hunger.

        It looks like a real imbalance of the resources that the present insane economic system can't possible remedy. It calls for the demolishing of the present state/corporate system and the building of one based on mutual aid, co-operation, sustainability and that sees to the needs of all the people in our village.

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