So bored with the EU: filmshowing and wage theft action in West London, 24-25th June

On to Brussels, or organise on the job?

If, like me, you’re feeling thoroughly sick of the whole EU referendum, if you just want Bob Geldof and Nigel Farage to fuck off to the bottom of the Thames and take their whole sickening crews with them, but, unlike me, you live within a reasonable distance of West London, the Angry Workers of the World crew have a potential antidote for you next weekend: on Friday 24th, they’ll be having a film showing about struggles in France and Poland, as well as a visitor who’s involved with Amazon workers’ organising in Poland and Germany. There’ll be a small afterparty, and then in the early morning after they’ll be hitting the streets of Greenford to demand that streetcleaning contractors Amey cough up some unpaid wages. If you can make it, come along, bring your friends who think that there’s something about the EU that’s worth defending and your friends who think that leaving might somehow help too. The organisers request that if you know you’ll be coming, you drop them a line at so they can get some idea of numbers. In, out, or shake it all about, the struggle goes on.

Friday, 24th of June, 7pm
Greenford Park Residents’ Hall, 18 Queens Avenue, UB6 9BX

Saturday, 25th of June, 6am
Greenford Depot, Greenford Road, UB6 9AP

About nothingiseverlost

"The impulse to fight against work and management is immediately collective. As we fight against the conditions of our own lives, we see that other people are doing the same. To get anywhere we have to fight side by side. We begin to break down the divisions between us and prejudices, hierarchies, and nationalisms begin to be undermined. As we build trust and solidarity, we grow more daring and combative. More becomes possible. We get more organized, more confident, more disruptive and more powerful."
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1 Response to So bored with the EU: filmshowing and wage theft action in West London, 24-25th June

  1. Pingback: Upcoming dates in workplace and welfare struggles, late June-early July | Cautiously pessimistic

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