Life is too short to be controlled

This is about the January demonstration, for the "Life is too short..." demonstration on 10 October 2010, see Life is too short - Part 2

No borders, no nations!

A day out of control in London
Saturday 23rd January 2010
2pm St. Pancras International -> 4.30pm Piccadilly Circus

While the migration regime is fortifying itself and setting up rings of defence around European wealth, inner control is tightening to keep
public order, at a time where the nation state already seems to be a
dead corpse. And with an economy which exploits the most virtual property, the need to control even the remotest parts of people's
lives is increasing.

On Saturday 23rd January there will be two demonstrations in London. One will be at St. Pancras, where the UK (e-)border agency put up their controls in the middle of London. The second one will be at Piccadilly Circus where, while commuters, tourists and clubbers stare at the never-ending stream of commercials at ground level, they themselves are under constant observation by security and police in their cosy CCTV headquarters below ground.

So mark the day in your diary!

Life is too short to be controlled!

Read press release from 22/01010 here

Downloads: 23 January Flyer

Some reading material:

One Nation under CCTV: Article by Brendan Donegan about CCTV.
Resisting: An Interview with Mike Davis published in Occupied London.
The Totalitarian City: Text by Miguel Amoros about the modern city.
John Connor: Surveillance and Domestication