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Aviso urgente: Se han comunicado la aparición, con una frecuencia alarmante, de trastornos de rabia, malestar e ira, también en algunos individuos mal de cuerpo, que afectan a los habituales que consumen este antiinflamatorio celebral.

No son raros los casos que han desembocado en patológica adicción. Empiezan a ser graves aquellos casos de comprensión al apreciar substanciales diferencias con la realidad explicada por otros medios. El producto se consolida como un antialucinogeno mediático.

Atención! No iniciarse en este blog sin antes leer con atención la prescripción y los efectos secundarios que puede reportar. Toda medida de precaución es poca. Es imprescindible pasar por la barra del blog: Nuevo Elixir para más detalles

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3000 attend North London Unity Assembly demo Print E-mail

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3,000 march through Hackney & Haringey on Saturday 13th August to demand:
Give Our Kids A Future!

The march was organised and publicised just 2 days before by the hastily formed North London Unity Assembly initiated mainly by Turkish organisations and the Haringey and Hackney Anti-cuts Alliances [see list of some of the supporters at the end].

The aim was to provide a united community response to the recent disturbances, especially those in Tottenham and Hackney, and to the causes of despair and frustration that can result in riots. The march was led all the way by a dozen children behind a huge ‘Give Our Kids A Future!’ banner, followed by a mass of placards and banners from a wide range of community groups, trades union branches and political organisations as well as hand-crafted placards from scores of individuals.

The Unity Assembly is calling for a culture of valuing, not demonising, youth and unemployed people; support for those affected by the rioting, including the immediate rehousing of people made homeless, grants for affected small businesses, and restoration of damaged areas; reversal of all cuts to youth services in our boroughs; no cuts to public services, but instead, investment into community-led regeneration of our communities, including access for all to decent housing, jobs, education and sports facilities; an independent community inquiry into policing methods in our boroughs, and an end to discriminatory stop and search; and availability of legal support for all those people arrested by police.

read more here   http://www.haringey.org.uk/content/community/34-community/178-unity-march-13th-august

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