Tag: Lawfull Rebellion

Darren Deojee

Communication is the focus of all forms is the basis of Darren’s approach weather it be large community Social interactment, on a global scale, relationships, social groups or the work place he is partially interested in how we use language and sound to relate to each other Darren has an interesting approach to how we …

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Charles Farrier

CHARLES FARRIER: Charles co-founded No CCTV in the autumn of 2007 – about the same time the government released their National CCTV Strategy. Originally set up in Oxford to campaign against surveillance cameras on the Cowley Road, No CCTV has expanded into a national/international campaign and information resource on surveillance issues. No CCTV hopes to …

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Charles Farrier

No CCTV’s mottos/catchprases are: – Better community reduces crime, technology does not. – It’s rude to stare.

Peter Reynolds

PETER REYNOLDS: Peter Reynolds is the leader of Cannabis Law Reform (CLEAR), formerly known as the Legalise Cannabis Alliance, now re-branded, re-launched and enjoying a big surge in membership. As an officially registered UK political party CLEAR has a plan to gain influence and achieve change in the law, particularly for those who need cannabis …

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Andrew Johnson

Andrew Johnson grew up in Yorkshire, England and graduated from Lancaster University in 1986 with a degree in Computer Science and Physics. He has mainly worked in Software Engineering and Software Development, for most of the last 20 years. He has also worked full and part time in lecturing and tutoring (in Adult Education). Now …

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Roger Walker

Graduate Research Chemist who has also worked as a Medical Biochemist in the NHS and Medical educator and lecturer for the Pharmaceutical Industries. Currently working  as an Enlightened Master Cognition, Meditator and Qi Gong therapist who also practises Tai Chi. Topic’s Talks are in the arena of Consciousness, Creativity, Spirituality and Cognition, essentially how and …

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Abdun Nur

Abdul Nur Freeman

ABDUN NUR: Indigenous of a shire of Eburaci, Albien, so congenitally Albic or an Albannach (now synonymous in the modern age with Scotsman but universal with the entire island of Albien), City and guilds Qualified builder, married, freeman on the land verbally declaring natural/common law, un-bonded in surety at present but open to offers. Topic’s …

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