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Homeless man called Kev died after Bournemouth Council took his sleeping bag away. The artist taxi driver.

New Occupy Bournemouth Homeless Sanctuary up and running.

Before

Making good use of the disused coal yard on Ashley Rd which was abandoned years ago, now it has the potential to save lives. As before local people have done it proud with offers of assistance, if you would like to turn a hand with the work or donate stuff, you can get in touch with the occupiers via their facebook group

The new kitchen

The pointless inadequates of Bournemouth council responded by informing the landlord/s, who ten years ago had to be cajoled into clearing the rubbish that had accumulated on the site. Out of step with the popular mood, they don’t know whether they want a shit or a haircut. After the punitive evictions of the first camp all they can come up with are feeble platitudes about the site being dangerous – compared to what? One of the residents is expecting soon.

These idiots have done nothing for us ever, so far as they’re concerned no one breaks wind in this town until money changes hands. If you talk to people on the street they will tell you that unless they raise a fiver a day to get in the shelter they lose their place and have to re-apply, go to the back of the queue. So the council is sponsoring and enforcing begging, the councillors might as well be dealing drugs.

Let’s all get behind this grassroots initiative, it’s up to us, the Working Class, to make the community we built fit for all its inhabitants, never mind the greedy parasites that have been feeding off it for too long, they can just back out now.

Occupy Bournemouth Homeless Sanctuary evicted, re-taken, evicted again.

Homeless are doing it for themselves in Bournemouth.

The kitchen re-built yesterday

The  site was partially evicted on the 2nd January by high court bailiffs and police, re-squatted almost immediately and the infrastructure re-built. A second, even more heavy-handed eviction took place earlier this morning 5th January. Dorset police, who can barely be arsed to turn out these days for burglary and arson unless someone dies, were complicit in the destruction of the residents’ personal effects. A.C.A.B.

Friday afternoon

The landlord, local ‘businessman’ Ammar Alkhiami (above, centre) has been described by capitalist-apologists Dorset Echo as a refugee from the Syrian Civil War.

Let us be clear, Mr Alkhiami is not a refugee, he is a capitalist. Let’s not confuse him with the unfortunates at Calais or adrift on the high seas. He entered this country with sufficient funds to set himself up as a property speculator and proprietor of numerous companies whose dealings are shrouded in mystery. He isn’t a young man, so those funds were acquired within and under the regime of the genocidal demagogue Bashar Al-Assad.

We welcome refugees from the bosses’ wars, but we do not welcome the bosses. Capitalism rests on war and relies for its survival on the state maintaining its monopoly on violence. All capitalists are therefore complicit in war and the violence of the state, if Mr Alkhiami enjoyed the protection of that regime, he has blood on his hands.

You’ve got another war on your hands now Mr Alkhiami, the Class War.

http://www.directorstats.co.uk/director/ammar-alkhiami/

Address for service: R.J. Hull accountants 312 Charminster Road, Bournemouth, BH8 9RT
Tel: 01202 533370 Fax: 01202 534267 www.rjhullaccountants.co.uk

The Occupy sanctuary in Bournemouth. 04.00, Saturday 30th December 2017.

All is calm, all is bright. More than 30 people have a place to put their home tonight thanks to all the love & hard graft freely given to those people without a flat or a house to put their homes in.

This fire has been burning continuously now for more than a week come rain or shine, we shall defend this land.

The Occupy sanctuary in Bournemouth. 04.00, Saturday 30th December 2017.

From Facebook.

Updated: First direct action of 2018! 2nd Jan, 8 a.m. start, save Bournemouth’s autonomous homeless sanctuary and get the year off to a flying start …

We’re putting the start time back to 08:00, so the punx can have a lie in!

Come to Bournemouth on 2nd Jan 2018, Exeter rd, opposite the Bournemouth International Centre (BIC), and help stop the eviction of our town’s homeless and their supporters, you will be assured of a warm welcome and a hot drink.

Bailiffs like to take us unawares so we’re asking people to be on site by 08:00 – yeah, we know, but one day your grandchildren will ask: “what did you do in the Class War?” The greater the numbers, the more relaxed the day will be.

If you like, come on new year’s day and camp overnight, there’s plenty to eat, and supporters on call to fetch supplies.

Homeless are doing it for themselves in Bournemouth.

If you really can’t make it that early, come anyway, but bear in mind we want to get as many as possible safely inside before the entertainment starts.

This fancy vehicle, reg. LD06 SRV belongs to the firm of property speculators that are threatening our community. If you see them, have a word.

Homeless are doing it for themselves in Bournemouth.

Occupy Bournemouth is back, with a homeless sanctuary encampment opposite the B.I.C. on Exeter Rd.

There is a kitchen with hot and cold food, tea and coffee, a campfire, medical tent, music, and room for lots more people in a safe enclosed space. This is a voluntary grassroots initiative, no cops, council, church or state involvement. As of today there are spare tents and an abundance of food and clothing kindly donated by locals. If you’re on the street tonight we urge you to come down, eat and get some rest, join in, help out as you can.

Right now we need volunteers more than things, but tarpaulins, tents and building materials would be welcome, firewood, straw for a compost toilet, and if anyone’s got a serviceable generator, or can fix the one on site, that would help.

The first eviction attempt is planned for the 2nd of January so we want everyone and their aunt on site first thing. If you aren’t working that day please come and support the camp, the greater the numbers, the more relaxed the day will be.