Here comes the summer of rage!

storm-banksAs the economy drops deeper into recession, and the banking elite book their luxury holidays with taxpayers money, the G20 are coming to London to rub our noses in it. Time to take to the streets.

The Group of Twenty Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (G20) acts as a forum for cooperation and consultation on international finance. Its members are drawn from 19 of the world’s 25 largest national economies, plus the European Union (EU). These economies comprise 90% of global gross national product, 80% of world trade (including EU intra-trade) and two-thirds of the world population.


The G20 are hoping to meet in London to discuss how they can keep the bankers and their rich friends in luxury whilst the recession bites into everyone else’s lives. There will be numerous protests, demonstrations and actions to disrupt the summit and show the bankers and their political masters that we aren’t going to allow them to get away with the crimes they’ve committed. South Wales anarchists will be there. Join us!


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  1. Although I’m no anarchist, a socialist in fact (which most of my fellow Americans think is even worse), I’m a child of the 60’s, and I say it’s about time this generation raged. Think very very smart though, and do it without violence, because they can manipulate the public to be against you if you do it with violence. Want to cause just as much trouble without violence? Here’s what you should do. Each day, target a few major banks. All you have to do is dress normally and line up as if you’re waiting to get into the bank, the way people would if they were withdrawing all their money. Watch the bankers panic.

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