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This is Tim Gulliver, he is a militant homosexual and the Exeter and South Devon Communist Party's branch secretary.


Below: Eddie Donnelley, Portsmouth anarchist attempting to set up an Antifa network in the south.


Below: Jon Woods, Portsmouth SWP.


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Kevin Neal and other Plymouth reds:


Kevin Neil 07866406590
"Right now the most important things to me are to oppose racism and the EDL, to support Palestinians in their quest for justice, to make a positive contibution to the world, and to hopefully enjoy life while I do it. There is far too much about me to put it all on here, but those who want to know me better can ask.

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This one is called Chris Goldman from Gloucester. He's involved in animal rights groups, Antifa and Class War and seems to spend a lot of time nursing wounds after being battered. No doubt he'll blame Redwatch for his bruises in the future now he's featured here.


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UAF and other assorted scumbags on an anti-EDL demo' in Plymouth, 9th July 2011.


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Above: The woman in the hi-vis jacket is Clare Lattimore

Her Facebook – www.facebook.com/people/Clare-Lattimore/706080199
Her email -
clarel@trevihouse.org

Her place of work:
Trevi House

2-6 Endsleigh Gardens
PlymouthDevonPL4 6DR
Tel: 01752 255758
Fax: 01752 275917
Email:office@trevihouse.org

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INFORMATION RECEIVED:

This is Tony Gosling, Indymedia hack and all round weirdo.

Check out this site – http://www.bilderberg.org/tonyhom.htm


He's also Bristol's Vice chair of the National Union of Journalists.

Tony Gosling
14 Lancaster Road
St. Werburghs
Bristol
BS2 9UP

Telephone  0117 955 6769

tony@gaia.org




Below is a picture of Swindon Socialist Unity communist scumbag Andy Newman. He is thought to be from the Lower Stratton area of Swindon, though we dont know how accurate this is.
 
Info taken straight from his website here:
http://www.socialistunitynetwork.co.uk/swindon/front.htm

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In picture 1 you can see the 4 band members from the red band called "Cursed Words". The one nearest the camera who looks like he is playing a mouth organ is the lead singer, one Chris Messenger. He is from Chippenham but he is studying Media and Culture at Southampton Solent University atm.
The 'person of colour' is called Alexander and he is thought to be from Birmingham or Wolverhampton. The girl on the picture is thought to be from Sussex.
 
In the second picture, you can see Chris Messenger on holiday with his family. They are also all Socialist Wanker's Party activists and his brother Simon (the hippy looking cretin with the long hair in pic 1) runs a local red radio station.

These two brothers (Chris and Simon Messenger) were the ones who were planning an anti-NF demonstration through Chippenham.
The newslink to that is here:

http://www.gazetteandherald.co.uk/display.var.1771689.0.0.php?act=complaint&cid=710686

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It takes quite a bit to disgust or shock us, but the articles we've read by Dr Victoria Clarke of UWE, Bristol really were nauseating.
Dr Clarke's works are systematic attacks on the traditional family unit and  apologetics for sexual deviance cloaked in the pedantic syntax and jargon of academia and pseudo science. Pure, stygian evil.

We have absolutely no doubt she is a Marxist-Feminist dyke, all her work concerns exactly the kind of degraded filth that the Reds love to peddle in order to destroy our society and eventually our race. It is also noteworthy that in January she gave a guest talk in the University of Wales, Newport at the invitation of those lecturer shitheads now adorning RW Cymru.  We've published the whole of her page below. It makes shocking reading!


Address: School of Psychology
University of the West of England
Frenchay Campus
Bristol
BS16 1QY
Telephone: +44 (0)117 32 82176
Fax: +44 (0)117 32 82176
E-mail: Victoria.Clarke@uwe.ac.uk




Staff Page

 Dr Victoria Clarke

Lecturer in Social Psychology

Mini Biography
After completing an undergraduate degree in psychology at Brunel University in West London I relocated to the Midlands to undertake a PhD in the Social Sciences Department at Loughborough University. My PhD explored the social construction of lesbian and gay parenting and was supervised by Professors Celia Kitzinger, Jonathan Potter and Sue Wilkinson. During my time at Loughborough I also tutored social psychology and communication and media studies and worked as an editorial assistant to Sue Wilkinson, editor of Feminism & Psychology: An International Journal. After completing my PhD I took up a post as a Research Fellow in the School of Psychology at the University of Exeter. I worked with Drs Carole Burgoyne and Janet Reibstein on a Lord Chancellor’s Department funded project on first time heterosexual marriage. After a year I moved to UWE where I currently teach LGBT psychology and qualitative research methods. I continue my collaboration with Carole Burgoyne – along with Maree Burns we are currently undertaking an Economic and Social Research Council funded project on money management in same-sex relationships.

Teaching
I teach on the following courses:

  • Critical Sexualities Identities and Social Psychology

  • Psychology of Appearance and Embodiment

  • MSc Health Psychology

  • MSc Counselling Psychology

  • Individual Differences in Development

I am module leader of Critical Sexualities.

I also supervise BSc dissertations and PhD theses on topics that are close to my areas of interest and expertise (see below).  Final year students interested in supervision should contact me by e-mail toward the end of the second year.

Professional Activities
I am the editor of the Observations and Commentaries section of the journal Feminism & Psychology.

I am a member of the international advisory group of Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review.
I am a member of the editorial board of Journal of Gay & Lesbian Psychotherapy.

Research Interests
My research falls into four main and overlapping areas of interest, each of which is discussed below.

       (1)    Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) psychologies

I am currently collaborating on a number of research and publication projects in LGBTQ psychology. With Carole Burgoyneand Maree Burns (University of Exeter), I am finishing work on a two-year ESRC funded project on money management and financial decision making in same-sex relationships. I am undertaking a small-scale project exploring the experiences both of LGBT and straight people teaching in higher education and of LGBT students in higher education. I have worked on a number of projects with Elizabeth Peel(Aston University). We have edited two books on LGBTQ psychologies – Out in Psychology (Wiley) and British LGB Psychologies (Harrington Park Press). Along with colleagues Damien Riggs (University of Adelaide) and Sonja Ellis (Sheffield Hallam University), we are currently writing a textbook on LGBTQI Psychologies (Cambridge University Press). I have also written a number of papers on the social construction of lesbian and gay parenting.

Selected Outputs
The Social Construction of Lesbian and Gay Parenting

Clarke, V. (2000) ‘Stereotype, attack and stigmatize those who disagree’: Employing scientific rhetoric in debates about lesbian and gay parenting. Feminism & Psychology, 10(1), 142-149.

Clarke, V. (2000) Lesbian mothers: Sameness and difference. Feminism & Psychology, 10(2), 273-278.

Clarke, V. (2001) Lesbian and gay parents: Resistance and normalisation. Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review, 2(1), 3-8.

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Clarke, V. (2001) The psychology and politics of lesbian and gay parenting: Having our cake and eating it? Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review, 2(2), 36-42.

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Clarke, V. (2001) What about the children? Arguments against lesbian and gay parenting. Women’s Studies International Forum, 24(5), 555-570.


Clarke, V. (2002) Sameness and difference in research on lesbian parenting. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 12, 210-222.

Clarke, V. (2002) Resistance and normalisation in the construction of lesbian and gay families: A discursive analysis. In A. Coyle and C. Kitzinger (eds.), Lesbian and Gay Psychology: New Perspectives (pp. 98-118).

Oxford: BPS Blackwell.
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Clarke, V. and Kitzinger, C. (2004) Lesbian and gay parents on talk shows: Resistance or collusion in heterosexism. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 1(3): 195-217.


Clarke, V., Kitzinger, C. and Potter, J. (2004). ‘Kids are just cruel anyway’: Lesbian and gay parents talk about homophobic bullying. British Journal of Social Psychology, 43(4): 531-550.
 

Clarke, V. and Kitzinger, C. (2005) ‘We’re not living on planet lesbian’: Constructions of male role models in debates about lesbian families. Sexualities, 8(2): 137-152.
 

Clarke, V. (2005) ‘We’re all very liberal in our views’: Students’ talk about lesbian and gay parenting. Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review, 6(1), 2-15.
 

Clarke, V. (2005) Feminist perspectives on lesbian parenting: A review of the literature 1972-2002. Psychology of Women Section Review, 7(2), 11-23.
 

Clarke, V. (2006) ‘Gay men, gay men and more gay men’: Traditional, liberal and critical perspectives on male role models in lesbian families. Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review, 7(1), 19-35.
 

Clarke, V. and Saffron, L. (2006) Challenging preconceptions of lesbian parenting: Victoria Clarke in conversation with Lisa Saffron. Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review, 7(1), 78-84.

Selected Outputs

LGBTQ Psychologies (General)
Clarke, V. and Hopkins, J. (2002) Victoria Clarke in conversation with June Hopkins. Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review, 3(2), 44-47.
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Clarke, V. and Peel, E. (2005) LGBT psychology and feminist psychology: Bridging the divide. Psychology of Women Section Review, 7(2), 4-10.
 

Clarke, V. and Rúdólfsdóttir, A. G. (2005) Love conquers all? An exploration of guidance books for family and friends of lesbians and gay men. Psychology of Women Section Review, 7(2), 37-48.
 

Clarke, V. and Broughton, J. (2005) Parents’ pride: Victoria Clarke in conversation with Jenny Broughton. Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review, 6(1), 56-60.
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Clarke, V. and Peel, E. (in press, Winter/Spring 2007) LGB psychosocial theory and practice in the UK: A review of key contributions and current developments. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Psychotherapy, 11(1/2).

Clarke, V. and Peel, E. (2004) Celia Kitzinger: Speaking radically about lesbianism. Feminism & Psychology, 14(4), 485-90.

Edited Works

Clarke, V. (Ed.), (2002) ‘The Lesbian Personality’: A reappraisal of June Hopkins’ milestone work. Special Issues, Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review, 3(2).

 

Finlay, S. J., Clarke, V. and Wilkinson, S. (Eds.), (2003) Special Issue on Marriage (I). Feminism & Psychology, 13(4).

 

Clarke, V. and Peel, E. (Eds.), (2004) The Social Construction of Lesbianism: A reappraisal. Special Feature, Feminism & Psychology, 14(4): 485-534.

 

Peel, E. and Clarke, V. (Eds.), (2005) Critiquing psychology: A reappraisal of The Social Construction of Lesbianism. Special Issue, Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review, 6(2), 81-120.

 

Clarke, V. and Peel, E. (Eds.), (2005) Sexualities. Special Issue, Psychology of Women Section Review, 7(2).

 

Peel, E. and Clarke, V. (Eds.), (in press, Winter/Spring 2007) Psychosocial perspectives in UK LGBT psychological and psychotherapeutic theory, research and practice. Special Issue, Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy, 11(1/2).

 

Peel, E., Clarke, V. and Drescher, J. (Eds.), (in press, Winter/Spring 2007) British perspectives on LGB psychologies: Theory, research and practice. New York, NY: Harrington Park Press.

 

Clarke, V. and Peel, E. (Eds.) (in press, 2007) Out in Psychology: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer perspectives. USA/UK/Australia: Wiley.

 

(2)    Family and relationships

I conducted over 60 interviews with heterosexual couples about to marry for the first time for an Lord Chancellor’s Department funded project on first time marriage and marriage preparation (with Carole Burgoyne and Janet Reibstein, University of Exeter). I have also co-edited two special issues of the journal Feminism & Psychology exploring debates around marriage in heterosexual feminist and lesbian and gay politics. As noted above, I have conducted ESRC funded research on same-sex relationships and research on the social construction of lesbian and gay parenting. I have also recently been awarded a British Academy small research grant (with Elizabeth Peel) for a project on civil partnership.

 

Selected Outputs
Finlay, S. J. and Clarke, V. (2003) Heterosexual marriage: Finding the political in the personal. Feminism & Psychology, 13(4), 415-20.
 

Clarke, V. (2003) Lesbian and gay marriage: Transformation or normalisation? Feminism & Psychology, 13(4), 519-29.
 

Clarke, V. and Finlay, S. J. (2004) Lesbian and gay marriage: Personal, political and theoretical perspectives. Feminism & Psychology, 14(1), 17-23.
 

Clarke, V., Burgoyne, C. and Burns, M. (2005) For love or money? Comparing lesbian, gay and heterosexual relationships. The Psychologist, 18(6): 356-8.

Clarke, V., Burgoyne, C. and Burns, M. (2006) Just a piece of paper? A qualitative exploration of same-sex couples’ multiple conceptions of civil partnership and marriage. Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review, 7(2), 141-161.
 

Clarke, V., Burgoyne, C. and Burns, M.  (in press, 2007)  Romance, Rights, Recognition, Responsibilities and Radicalism:  Same-Sex Couples' Views on Civil Partnership and Marriage. In V. Clarke and E. Peel (Eds.), Out in Psychology: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer perspectives.  London: Wiley.



Edited works

Clarke, V., Finlay, S. J., and Wilkinson, S. (Eds.), (2004) Special Issue on Marriage (II). Feminism & Psychology, 14(1).

 

(3) Sex research

Every year I supervise a number of undergraduate dissertation projects in the broader area of sex research (recent topics have included young heterosexual women’s experiences of masturbation, women’s accounts of sex in long term heterosexual relationships). I am also working on a project on sex in long term (same-sex and heterosexual) relationships with Virginia Braun (University of Auckland).

 

(4)   Qualitative methods

I am primarily a qualitative researcher with interests in critical psychology, discursive psychology, social constructionism and thematic analysis. I have recently published a paper (with Virginia Braun) on using thematic analysis in psychology.

 

Selected Outputs
Braun, V. and Clarke, V. (2006) Using thematic analysis in psychology. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 3, 77-101.
 

Research Funding
Civil partnership: Exploring the meanings of commitment, ritual and recognition for same-sex couples (with Dr Elizabeth Peel, Aston University). British Academy small research grant. £7,420.00 Award no.: SG-43697

July 06-June 08

Money management in lesbian and gay couples (with Dr Carole Burgoyne, University of Exeter). Economic and Social Research Council small grants scheme. £44,935.00 Award no.: RES-000-22-0588

May 04-April 06

Notes and Further Information
Virginia Braun
http://www.psych.auckland.ac.nz/staff/braun/virginiabraun.htm

Carole Burgoyne

http://www.ex.ac.uk/psychology/seorg/carole.html

http://psynet.ex.ac.uk/stafflist/profile.php?id=868

Maree
Burns
http://psynet.ex.ac.uk/stafflist/profile.php?id=1093

Sonja Ellis

http://www.shu.ac.uk/social/psychology/staff/ellis.html

Sara-Jane Finlay

http://www.erin.utoronto.ca/~w3cvmc/faculty/finlay.html

Celia Kitzinger

http://www.york.ac.uk/depts/soci/s_kitz.html

Elizabeth Peel

http://www.lhs.aston.ac.uk/peelea/

Jonathan Potter
http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/ss/depstaff/staff/potter.html

Janet Reibstein

http://psynet.ex.ac.uk/stafflist/profile.php?id=931

Damien Riggs

http://www.psychology.adelaide.edu.au/personalpages/staff/damienriggs/

Sue Wilkinson

http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/ss/depstaff/staff/publications/wilkinson.htm

BPS Lesbian & Gay Psychology Section
http://www.bps.org.uk/lesgay/lesgay_home.cfm


Feminism & Psychology: An International Journal
http://www.sagepub.co.uk/journal.aspx?pid=105554

Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review
http://www.bps.org.uk/lesgay/lg_review/lg_review_home.cfm

Journal of Gay & Lesbian Psychotherapy
http://www.haworthpress.com/store/product.asp?sku=J236

 


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Anti-democracy campaigners (below) plan to protest against the lawful inclusion of BNP councillor Michael Simpkins on Corsham Town Council outside the Town Hall on Monday 11th June 2007. They are calling on him to resign despite the fact that 678 people in Corsham voted BNP at the last local elections.

From left to right:  Jan Columb (a teacher at The Corsham School), Steph Cleverly, Kyle Thornhill (The organiser), Helen Kaye and Sharon Flint.


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Protesting against democracy: Gill Fleming (left) and Steph Cleverly (Kyle Thornhill's mother), both of Corsham, Wilts.



Above: Searchlight's latest recruit in the South West.  Kyle Thornhill is organising a demo against the democratically elected BNP councillor on Corsham Town Council.
He resides at 2, The Tynings, Corsham, Wiltshire SN13 9DE.
MORE INFO' ON THIS CREEP NEEDED URGENTLY!


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FROM CLASS WAR TO TEA WITH THE TOFFS
Below: Ian Bone (founder of Class War) seems to think the road to revolution is now via Black's Tea Rooms in Bristol where he and his 'anarchist' buddies thought it a roaring wheeze to pretend to be posh and infiltrate the middle classes. Ian's the one in the sailor's hat (In the Navy?).
The saddest thing about this whole affair is that Messers Bone and chums are only returning to their roots, Black's is the exclusive establishment where Ian's mater and pater used to take him with his nanny when he was on holiday from public school in his formative years.

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Photo's 1 & 2 – RED NOTES CHOIR is a Bristol-based commie choir who may look like they've come through a time warp from Greenham Common but as they have a link to the ANaL on their website we thought we'd feature them here.

Photo' 3 - Some finger pointing red hag from a lefty activity in Bristol, 2005. Maybe the lady she's telling off said something racist like she thought Asylum Seekers shouldn't be allowed to come to our country and be put before native Britons?


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Bristol Anarchists uncovered (we thought they all wore balaclavas?)
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Above: This ones not actually an 'anarchist', he's a Labour councillor called Chris Orlick.

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Above: 'Class Warrior' Ian Bone (bet he doesn't live on a council estate)

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The Class Warriors in action – they've found someone who doesn't look like she sleeps in a skip sitting on 'their' bench – how dare she!

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INFORMATION SUPPLIED:
Simon Rafe, Psychology Lecturer, Exeter, SWP activist. More info' required.


Below: Matthew Stead, Exeter, Devon, UK. He's the singer in a band called The Mighty Stars. Their recent single is called 925 which the band describe as a 'three minute Marxist Manifesto'.

Bristol Unite Against Fascism: 07837 131 205

These reds are from the Bristol area:


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These pictures were taken on the 2nd May 2004 in Plymouth. These seem to be a very cocky bunch of shits. Let's see their full details on Redwatch and we'll see how smug they are!


TO SUCCESS IN THE STRUGGLE AHEAD IS SELF-DISCIPLINE. WHILE IT IS THE TIME TO BE 'LEGAL' WE MUST STOLIDLY ENDURE WHATEVER THE PUPPETS OF THE CAPITALIST STATE SEE FIT TO INFLICT UPON US. AND WHEN IT IS TIME TO REVOLT, WE MUST BE PREPARED TO UNLEASH ALL THE FURIES OF HELL ON THAT STATE AND ITS PUPPETS UNTIL WE PREVAIL!

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