Stop The War Campaign - Day of action threat.

#1
http://www.stopwar.org.uk/Conference2005.htm

Military Families Against the War

Army Recruitment

MFAW thanks STW for the support it has given to setting up our campaign.

We note that according to army commanders there is an acute recruitment crisis in the army because of our joint work. Yeah right :roll:

Conference resolves to help MFAW extend this campaign against army recruitment.

1] to organize a day of leafleting outside army recruitment offices in city centres throughout Britain.

2] to campaign systematically around Territorial Army centres and Army Barracks in order to make contact with members of the armed forces who oppose the war in Iraq.

Support for resisters in the military
What planet are these people on?

Point 2.b. be advised and execute published SHARKWATCH.

The rest of the page bears reading, as it appears STW has been infiltrated by the usual suspects.
 
#2
Why don't they systematically campaign around Downing Street and Labour Party constituency offices? A rhetorical question; the idiots are more interested in running down the military than holding the government to account. :evil:
 
#3
PartTimePongo said:
What planet are these people on?
Last para says it all really:
This conference instructs the National Steering Committee of the STWC to look into the Nepalese situation and take appropriate steps to oppose the US/UK intervention against the oppressed people of Nepal.
 
#4
This shower has always been run by left wing nutters employed in the state sector (unemployable). Scum of the highest order and that bunch of cretins, familys against whatever
 
#5
They really have no idea do they....................its really quite sad

This lot would try to ban breathing if they found out air had 'feelings'.
 
#6
Whether you agree with this lot or not, the more grief they can provide for the lovely Mr Bliar the better!

Any news on how their conference went?

I'm not a lefty - but I'm most definitely AGAINST the British involvement in Iraq. And let's not forget it was a 'lefty' PM who took us in unwittingly in to conflict.
 
#7
I've just gone back and read that page again, sparked by the PVR'd comment in the last post.

There is absolutley NO criticism of Tony Blair on that page that I can see. The way it reads , the 'illegal occupation of Babylon' appears to be entirely an initative by British Armed Forces. In fact , the lack of crticism of Tony Blair was to my mind, so obvious, I thought I'd dig a bit.

Domain Name:
stopwar.org.uk

Registrant:
-

Administrative Contact's Address:
Rotherhithe
London
SE16 2XE
GB
Relevant Dates:
Registered on: 22-Sep-2001 :?: WTF?
Renewal Date: 22-Sep-2005
Last updated: 24-Sep-2003


Interestingly, Rotherhithe Neue Arbeit action team is at SE16 6XB , less than 500 yards away. There are numerous examples of STW and LAbour party intertwining at the most cursory of glances.

Is STW a deception?
 
#8
1] to organize a day of leafleting outside army recruitment offices in city centres throughout Britain.

2] to campaign systematically around Territorial Army centres and Army Barracks in order to make contact with members of the armed forces who oppose the war in Iraq.
i think those 2 actions counts as treason, a member of the public must not attempt to persuade a soldier to abandon his post and his duty
 
#9
A bette bunch of revolutionary marxists you couldnt wish to burn! :roll:

Where does "Gorgeous" George Galloway fit into this?

A_S
 
#10
If a member of my family decided to leaflet drop outside barracks Id disown them. :x

SK
 
#11
semper said:
1] to organize a day of leafleting outside army recruitment offices in city centres throughout Britain.

2] to campaign systematically around Territorial Army centres and Army Barracks in order to make contact with members of the armed forces who oppose the war in Iraq.
i think those 2 actions counts as treason, a member of the public must not attempt to persuade a soldier to abandon his post and his duty
The term you're looking for is "INCITEMENT TO DISAFFECTION ACT 1934" which states the following:-

Section 1 :
(1) If any person maliciously and advisedly endeavours to seduce any member of Her Majesty's forces from his dut y or allegiance to Her Majesty, he shall be guilty of an offence under this Act.
Section 2 :
(2) If any person, with intent to commit or to aid, abet, counsel or procure the commission of an offence under Section 1 of this Act, has in his passession or under his control any documents of such a nature that the dissemination of copies thereof among members of Her Majesty's forces would constitute such an offence he shall be guilty of an offence under this Act.
 
#12
Look on the bright side.

There might be a repeat of the PJHQ topless demo. :twisted:

On second thoughts, given the mis-shapes normally involved in this sort of thing, that is not good! :evil:
 
#13
These knobbers are going to a conference in Cario, surely our American cousins could do a semi friendly fire incident ?

List of attendees:
Tony Benn, president, Stop the War Coalition (UK)
George Galloway MP
Jeremy Corbyn MP
Waldon Bello, winner of the Alternative Nobel Peace Prize 2003
Mamdouh Habashi, Cairo conference organizing committee, Egypt
20th of March Movement for Change, Egypt
Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt
Egyptian Communist Party
Karama Party, Egypt
Organization of Revolutionary Socialists, Egypt
Socialist People’s Party, Egypt
Wasat Party, Egypt
Alan Simpson MP, chair, Labour Against the War
Anas Altikriti, Muslim Association of Britain
Meena Menon, Focus on the Global South, India
Lindsey German, convenor, Stop the War Coalition (UK)
John Rees, Vice President (Europe), Cairo Conference
Petros Constantinou, Genoa 2001, Greece
Salim Valley, South African Anti-war Coalition
Sheikh Hassan Zarkani, representative of the Al Sadr movement, Iraq
Jaber Wishbash, co-head, Committee for Human Rights, Gaza
Nandita Haskar, Supreme Court Lawyer and human rights campaigner, India
Hebert Docena, Iraq Solidarity Campaign, Phillipines
Jaya Velankar, Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament, India
Prabir Purkayastha, Delhi Science Forum, India
Sabah Jawad, Iraqi Democrats Against Occupation
Danièle Fayer-Stern, Manneken Peace Not War, Belgium
P.K.Murthy, All India Federation of Trade Unions
Chris Bambery, editor Socialist Worker
Victoria Brittain, former foreign editor, The Guardian
John Pilger, Journalist
Harold Pinter, Playwright
Richard Boyd Barrett, chairperson, Irish Anti-War Movement
Hans von Sponeck, UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Iraq (1998-2000)
Shirley Franklin, London Region Executive of Natfhe, UK
Nick Craske, GMB, Holborn, UK
Global Peace and Justice Coalition of Turkey
London Fire Authority UNISON
City of Plymouth UNISON
Phaedon Vassiliades, Workers Democracy, Cyprus
The 1990 Trust (Human Rights organisation dealing with issues affecting Black communities in the UK and internationally)
Jubilee South Africa
The Progressive Workers Organizing Committee of Houston-Galveston, Texas, USA
 

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#14
Armourer -

Are we seriously to beleive that this lot are going to a conference in Cairo? Who is paying? Do the subs-payers of these Unions know what their money is being wasted on? Who is supporting/bankrolling this bunch- the French, Russians, Saudis?

It's all to horrible to think about - mind you, having George Galloway and Jeremy Corbyn in it is a bit of a give-away - as is the name of the Rep from the 'Muslim Association of Britain' - a mister Al-Tikriti. I presume he's upset because the rest of his Family are now out of the dictatorship/torturing business, and he's strapped for cash :)
 
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#15
armourer said:
These knobbers are going to a conference in Cario, surely our American cousins could do a semi friendly fire incident ?

List of attendees:
Tony Benn, president, Stop the War Coalition (UK)
George Galloway MP
Jeremy Corbyn MP
Waldon Bello, winner of the Alternative Nobel Peace Prize 2003
Mamdouh Habashi, Cairo conference organizing committee, Egypt
20th of March Movement for Change, Egypt
Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt
Egyptian Communist Party
Karama Party, Egypt
Organization of Revolutionary Socialists, Egypt
Socialist People’s Party, Egypt
Wasat Party, Egypt
Alan Simpson MP, chair, Labour Against the War
Anas Altikriti, Muslim Association of Britain
Meena Menon, Focus on the Global South, India
Lindsey German, convenor, Stop the War Coalition (UK)
John Rees, Vice President (Europe), Cairo Conference
Petros Constantinou, Genoa 2001, Greece
Salim Valley, South African Anti-war Coalition
Sheikh Hassan Zarkani, representative of the Al Sadr movement, Iraq
Jaber Wishbash, co-head, Committee for Human Rights, Gaza
Nandita Haskar, Supreme Court Lawyer and human rights campaigner, India
Hebert Docena, Iraq Solidarity Campaign, Phillipines
Jaya Velankar, Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament, India
Prabir Purkayastha, Delhi Science Forum, India
Sabah Jawad, Iraqi Democrats Against Occupation
Danièle Fayer-Stern, Manneken Peace Not War, Belgium
P.K.Murthy, All India Federation of Trade Unions
Chris Bambery, editor Socialist Worker
Victoria Brittain, former foreign editor, The Guardian
John Pilger, Journalist
Harold Pinter, Playwright
Richard Boyd Barrett, chairperson, Irish Anti-War Movement
Hans von Sponeck, UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Iraq (1998-2000)
Shirley Franklin, London Region Executive of Natfhe, UK
Nick Craske, GMB, Holborn, UK
Global Peace and Justice Coalition of Turkey
London Fire Authority UNISON
City of Plymouth UNISON
Phaedon Vassiliades, Workers Democracy, Cyprus
The 1990 Trust (Human Rights organisation dealing with issues affecting Black communities in the UK and internationally)
Jubilee South Africa
The Progressive Workers Organizing Committee of Houston-Galveston, Texas, USA
Blimey, it looks like the shortlist for the international 'Tosser of the Year' competition :lol:
 
#16
I find the suggestion that New Labour would have anything to do with an organisation fronted by Tony Benn and the SWP an insult to the intelligence. When an organisation is condemned by even the New Statesman, it's safe to say there is absolutely no link to Labour.
 
#19
You know, sometimes I have doubts. Sometimes I think that, possibly, George W. Bush is not the Savior sent from Heaven to Save Mankind and spread Freedom and Peace throughout he Galaxy, or that Donald Rumsfeld may not be the latter-day Moses, leading the good people of the world to triumph through the valleys of darkness. Whenever I think those doubtfull thoughts, I will think of the list of attendees at that Cairo confernece, and my doubts vanish in an instant.
 

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