Our struggle is the struggle against oppression and exploitation, the struggle against capitalism, against nation-state and against patriarchy. Now more than ever, we will continue the fight for a free and green Rojava. Because the land must be defended or there will be no place for the revolution. Make Rojava Green Again This week, the … Continue reading #RiseUp4Rojava – Call to Defend Democracy
On the second day of Extinction Rebellion’s ‘October Rebellion’, GAF organised a noise demonstration outside the Oil and Money conference taking place in Park Lane. The Oil and Money conference is as evil as it sounds and acts as a global meeting for fossil fuel executives to meet with their financiers, to plot how to … Continue reading ‘Oil & Money Conference’ report
Once again London will be hosting th Oil and Money conference where our future will be bought and sold. Ignoring the climate crisis, new oil exploration is still being funded and capitalists still lobby for inaction. We will be hosting a noise demo outside the venue from 10am to make sure that they know they … Continue reading Action: Keep your oil, keep your money 8th Oct 2019
Critical Mass is about making a difference, our bike bloc will takeover the streets to block lorries bringing in weapons for hours. Meet-up point Canning Town station, 1pm, Friday 6th September Every 2 years the global arms trade comes to London. DSEI, one of the world’s largest arms fairs returns this September. This is where … Continue reading Shut down DSEI critical mass 1pm 6th Sept
We can imagine the surprise of Extinction Rebellion (XR) members last week, reading themselves described as ‘extremists’ and ‘anarchists’. These labels come courtesy of the former head of counter-terrorism for the Metropolitan Police Richard Walton and his co-author Tom Wilson, in a report demanding that ‘the honeymoon that Extinction Rebellion has enjoyed to date needs … Continue reading Extinction Repression: How the state criminalizes climate activists
On the 4th May 2019, the Green Anti-Capitalist Front (GAF) held its second open assembly. Approximately seventy people attended, the majority for their first time. The assembly’s agenda was divided into two parts: the first focusing on clarifying the aims and principles of GAF, reflecting on past actions and considering possible future directions for the … Continue reading Outcome from our second open assembly
We will be holding our second open meeting on Saturday 4th of May in Halkevi Turkish and Kurdish Cultural Centre in Dalston starting at 3pm. The full address is: 31-33 Dalston Lane, E8 3DF Come along if you want to find out more about how you can get involved with the Green Anti-Capitalist Front.