“The society which has abolished every kind of adventure makes its own abolition the only possible adventure.” Paris, May 1968

Thursday, 2 April 2009

Further adventures in The City.

I decided to slope off on my own today. Have a bit of a mooch around The City and see what was occurring. We seem to have nicely redecorated The Bank but by late morning not much was happening apart from the area being infested with cops. I strolled East and fetched up at Freedom Press. While I was there the news came in that the Earl Street Convergence Space was being violently evicted and there was a request for people to get over there. There was little that those of us who gathered outside the police cordon could do other than shout our support. The surrounding streets were full of armoured personal carriers and the number of ambulances in attendance boded ill for the young comrades inside. After about forty minutes I decided to head back to The Bank, arriving there just in time for the Threadneedle Streeet cavalry charge. I'm definitely having a quite day up the allotment tomorrow.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

thank you for your support, it was nice to have cheering in the background whilst your handcuffed in the gutter.

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