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Yes, yes people I have emerged from my self realised obscurity to bestow knowledge on all headz. Used ta be out and about now strictly lying low dispensing wisdom.
Too much going down to stay quiet, now all of us have to rise up and speak truth to power.

There has to be more to us than dhal roti and Nokia phones...



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Webs, graf & work

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More webs but these are Green Street ones
hence the imperfections and holes....






Graf boards outside work. These were done
by students and local kids







My Office. Spot da message and cricket bat.
Shouts out to my man Afridi wacking Engaland
out da ground. Maximum respect to da Pathan!
20th Nov 2005, 21:21   | tags:,,,comments (1)

Beardless

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After 2 months da shaggy growth came off. Back to da razors and stubble...
20th Nov 2005, 21:17   | tags:comments (7)

A walk to school

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Taking my daughter to school this is the da things we see. Love the path we've created thru the leaves and she pointed out these flowers to me.
18th Nov 2005, 18:52   | tags:,comments (0)

A night of edutainment (KRS1)

A rare night out for D. But being da person that I am
this ain't no straightforward hedonism so me and
some of my staff team headed east to watch a play...

A Clock tower being held up just by scaffolding
near Baker Street.



Ain't been to Stratford for time so the new shiny station
was a bit of a shock. I 'm lucky enough to have performed
at Stratford East Theatre back in da day.






The staff: real bunch of nutcases who I share my working
life with. No seriously though they're dedicated workers
who give a shit about whats happening to our young people



'GLADIATOR GAMES' is about the death of Zahid
Mubarek in Feltham YOI. Heavy heavy play that took
you thru the whole case. Education to the sounds of
Biggie & Tupac.For more info see the following sites:

http://www.zahidmubarekinquiry.org.uk/
/> here
http://www.ncrm.org.uk/campaigns/mubarek.html
/> here

'The facts might speak for themselves but some of the
victims of those facts no longer speak'
Black Whip, Chapter & the Verse


Spooky tunnel coming back

Le Haine ADF style

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Dis tune been going around my head since the events in Paris. Had to really compress it down so souz about the quality. Asian Dub Foundation (shout out to Pandit G) were commissioned to do an alternative soundtrack to the film Le Haine. Beg borrow or steal it if you want to make more sense about whats happening in France and in some of da little ghettos in dear old blighty.

'You feeling the hate...'
10th Nov 2005, 22:10   | tags:,comments (0)

French bloggers held after Paris riots

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If You Sow Misery, You Will Reap Anger

Yes this is serious... two bloggers in France have
been detained for "inciting harm to people and property
over the internet". Man maybe I gotta be careful what
I say (I might go down for 28 days!). A state of emergency
has been called and France has invoked a 50 year law
which it last used to control its subjects in Algeria. The
irony is that the same law is being used against 2nd &
3rd generation French citizens of Algerian and other
African & Arab backgrounds. When you get youts
saying that 'We hate France and France hates us'
you realise what is happening on da ground and the
depth of feeling.

Closer to home a pic that I took of one of our local pubs
which is now student digs. This pub used to be called
the 'Saracens Head' Now those of who know your history
about the Crusades will know that was the name applied
to Muslim warriors. More irony in that this was pub was
only a few yards from da Mosque and in the middle of
the biggest Muslim Community in Bucks.

Lastly a picture of my man Frantz Fanon whose wisdom
is most needed in these difficult times. Got this & pic from
blog sites below:

'It needed more than one native to say 'we've had enough'
more than one peasant rising crushed, more than one
demonstration put down before we could today hold our
own, certain in our victory. As for we who have decided to
break the back of colonialism, our historic mission is to
sanction all revolts, all desperate actions, all those abortive
attempts drowned in rivers of blood.'

Frantz Fanon, Wretched of the Earth

Check out this blog:

http://sketchythoughts.blogspot.com/
/> www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2005/11/327207.html
/>
www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2005/11/327207.html">here
/>
10th Nov 2005, 00:49   | tags:,,,comments (3)

Paris riots and Community Policing (Bedfordshire style)

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Seems like other places are begining to burn...
As I write this it's been kickin' off in Denmark
as well. More right-wing politicians jumping on
da bandwagon and making pronouncements on
this being a French 'intifada' and da 'enemy
within' - sound familiar? Meanwhile five white
supremacists are locked up for race hate
crimes with no mention on da ten o'clock news.
More home grown terrorists? I think not, it's
only da browns and blacks me thinks...

Good to see good old fashioned British humour
at play. This years Ron Atkinson award for
services to race relations goes to the Police
Federation. Well done lads keep up da good work.

6.11.05 Corrected this as I have now found out
that Bedfordshire Police have put a complaint
in about this cartoon appearing in the latest
Police Federation magazine.



Images courtesy of French blog sites and da Beeb
5th Nov 2005, 00:21   | tags:,,comments (8)

Wicker beasts

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Came across these scary animals on sale in
TK Max whilst doing some Eid shopping. Da
stuff of nightmares and I can just see Edward
Woodward sweating in a wooden cage.
5th Nov 2005, 00:16   | tags:comments (0)