A short while back the People’s Assembly and some trade unions called for a day of civil disobedience on the 5th of November in a united act of solidarity against austerity.
The day is nearly here, and the People’s Assembly “want to make this Firework Night one, which David Cameron will remember and remember for a very long time.”
The day of civil disobedience aims to see protests in every town and city in the country with actions such as roadblocks, occupations of banks, moneylenders and universities, as well as the eventual bonfire in many places made up of the eviction letters, debt letters, loan company adverts, welfare legislation, banners and effigies of Cameron, Gove, Clegg, Osbourne or anyone fitting.
There are three waves of action – one in the morning, one in the afternoon, and one in the evening. Make sure you don’t miss yours. Find out more about what is happening near you by visiting The People’s Assembly site.
The MIllion Mask March will also take place on 5th November in a worldwide march reaching 400 locations, combining the forces of Occupy, Anonymous, Wikileaks, The Pirate Party and the Oath Keepers.
The Facebook page says: “Remember who your enemies are: billionaires who own banks and corporations who corrupt politicians who enslave the people in injustice.”
Here is the Anonymous announcement for this day of action:
Whatever you do, join in the acts of solidarity against the punishing system which is enslaving people all over the globe in the interests of a few rich people. Time to act.