Monthly Archives: January 2012

Hacked By HolaKo

Hacked by HolaKo Hacked By HolaKo Mess with the best, die like the rest../!\Straight Outta Palestine/!\

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BCC: Put your money where your mouth is (part 2)

Although our protest camp on college green was never really directed at Bristol City Council (since the issues that brought us there aren’t within their power to change) we did ask them to do something to show that they took … Continue reading

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First People’s Bristol 2050 meeting a success

The first Peoples 2050 meeting happened yesterday. It’s probably worth mentioning again that this is only one of the projects emerging from Occupy Bristol. Other projects addressing different issues, utilising different ways of working will be announced shortly. We had … Continue reading

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One Movement: Two strategies, and fancy dress eviction

There have been mixed messages in the media and on our Facebook page about whether Occupy Bristol is leaving college green or not, so we just wanted to clear things up. At the General Assembly meeting on Wed 11th Jan … Continue reading

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We are leaving College Green

Late on Wednesday night the Occupy Bristol camp met and discussed our plans for 2012. We agreed that we need to move from College Green. A consensus was reached to agree a departure date with the Council and Cathedral. A … Continue reading

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Bristol 2050: Democracy 2.0

Bristol 2050 is an attempt to use a partipatory process, through a series of open public meetings, to plan a sustainable and fair future for our cities inhabitants. Neither the electoral cycle or the product planning horizon are far enough … Continue reading

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Occupy the New year!

As we have been expecting for some time, the council and cathedral have today started eviction proceedings against the camp. We are pleased to note that during our time here we have got both the church and the council talking … Continue reading

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