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 State Of The City reports 
 Disabled Remploy workers disappointed with the government
 Weekly Program
 Mark Cambridge, Michelle Tyler, Kevin Phillips, Dave Redgewell, Martin Summers, Tony Gosling
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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http://bcfm.org.uk/2012/07/20/17/friday-drivetime-80/19700
Bomb attacks rock Syrian security ministry killing two generals and more, were attacks timed to coincide withy UN Security Council vote? The best English language source of Syrian news, the excellent analysis from Syrian Arab News Service (SANA) website www.sana.sy is unavailable so NATO/Israeli cyberwarfare and psychological warfare may be going on. However the UN's Syrian ambassador Dr. Bashar Al Jaafari's speech on 19 July 2012, as Russia and China vetoed the US's Syria sanctions resolution at the UN, is available. Head of German Secret Service Heinz Fromm resigns after covering up for a murderous domestic neo-Nazi terror group. Operation Gladio: Richard Cotterell and Daniele Ganser have written books and Alan Frankovich made a series of three BBC Timewatch documentaries on domestic terrorism carried out mainly in the 1980s by NATO and crypto-fascist Western Intelligence Agencies. Our own domestic counter-intelligence agency MI5's Director General and Bilderberger Jonathan Evans said on Channel 4 News, before the G4S olympics security scandal story broke, that the only danger at the Olympics was from Iran, whilst we now know it was 'wide open' for any terrorist. Why would Evans make such a statement which could not be further from the truth? Strike action at Bristol Remploy this and next Thursday, appeal for supporters to join striking disabled workers' picket next Thursday. Mass demonstrations of 400,000 people against the lack of democracy in Hong Kong 15 years after failed MP Chris Patten handed it to China. Repression and resistance in China: Wukan, a town of 40,000 people, sacks local Communist Party leaders and institutes a democratic system for three months before being repressed. Big increase in demonstrations in China which are illegal there. Sally Tang from Socialist Action reports from former British colony of Hong Kong fifteen years after it was reclaimed by China. Petition to get Bristol's extra £20m police funding; abolition of Avon & Somerset's democratic police authority and replacement with elected Police and Crime Commissioners on the horizon and the G4S private security fiasco at the olympics. Implications for privatising the police. Kevin Phillips from Avon and Somerset Police Federation which represents 3000 police officers in our local force. Dave Redgewell from SW SERA discusses the effects of rail privatisation and the McNulty report deregulating and demanning national railways.

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