The Rabbit Hole presents the film: VIDEOGRAFIA ZAPATISTA


Wednesday, 14/05/2014, 7pm

Avenue Campus, Building 65, Room 1175 (Lecture Theatre C), Highfield Rd, Southampton, Hampshire SO17 1BJ


History is rarely told by those who live and make it. Communication promoters created these documentaries as part of a collective video project in which the EZLN’s Autonomous Rebel Zapatista Municipalities document and tell their own stories.

The Zapatista Army of National Liberation (Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional, EZLN), often referred to as the Zapatistas, is a revolutionary leftist group based in Chiapas, the southernmost state of Mexico.
Since 1994, the group has been in a declared war “against the Mexican state”, although this war has been primarily defensive, against military, paramilitary and corporate incursions into Chiapas. In recent years, it has been focused on a strategy of civil resistance. The Zapatistas’ physical base is made up of mostly rural indigenous people but includes some supporters in urban areas and internationally.

“It is time for the poor of the countryside and the city to organize ourselves—time for the peoples of the countryside and the city to take their destiny into their own hands. That is, it is time for the people to govern themselves instead of being governed by a few individuals up there who are just trying to get rich. It is easy to see and easy to confirm in practice that this is the only reason they are there.
That is why the compañeras and compañeros of the Zapatista bases of support organized themselves and dreamed and worked together to determine their own destinies, and this destiny is now visible. Their manner of governing themselves as peoples and communities is totally different; they rule as a people and their representatives obey, that is, their government obeys. This is true change, not just a change of colors or logos. […]The compañeras and compañeros of the Zapatista communities have provided an example.”

Subcomandante Insurgente Moisés. Mexico, April 2014. Twentieth year of the war against oblivion.


Come and say “Hi!” – RH stall at the EnviroRock2014 tomorrow


Oi people, come and say “hi!” to the rabbits tomorrow, we’ll be there with a stall!

Environmental Rock (Southampton) 2014 – The Hobbit Pub

Stop the March For England, Brighton 2014 (Report)

Nice Sunday in Brighton, where members of the RH witnessed first hand the warm welcome organized by thousands of Brightonians and antifascists for the pitiful bunch of nazi drunkard thugs and their likes.

As a matter of fact, the locals loved the fascists so much, that they tried to convince them not to take the train back home and stay in Brighton. Forever.

As always, the police acted as personal security for the fash, even after the latter had dragged their booze-filled bellies back to the train.

Fascist surrounded by locals and antifa welcome committee
Fascists surrounded and certainly not in a “bright helm” yesterday




March For England 2014!

Be seeing you at the seaside!

Malatesta's Blog

Crivvens! Jings! And Help Ma Boab! It’s that time of year again when 100s of anti-fascists converge on Brighton in a massive show of solidarity whilst a 100 or so far right arsespangles bugle about on the seafront behind 10 times that amount of plod and specially erected fences for their own protection. This year the March For England is more like a short hop as they have been generously granted 400 yards near the seafront to do whatever it is they do and they have been talking it up somewhat.

Next Sunday will be a useful insight into the state of the far right as it is rife with its usual treachery, factionalism and inability to organise much beyond a trip to the off-licence. On Friday, a whole 8 far right protesters turned up for some reason at a mosque in London, which is about all they can gather these…

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Screening of “The Weather Underground”

weather-underground-affiche_RH_test_4Feeling under the weather?

Join us in our next screening!

Avenue Campus, 65/1175 (Lecture Theatre C), University of Southampton

Monday, 7th April, 7pm


Police Attack 20,000 French Citizens Protesting Against Airport Notre-Dame-Des-Landes

Police Attack 20,000 French Citizens Protesting Against Airport Notre-Dame-Des-Landes

The event attended by ten’s of thousands of French citizens against the airport Notre-Dame-des-Landes escalated Saturday afternoon in the city center of Nantes when Police Blockaded the progression of the march and attacked with charges to the people protesting. Many citizens were wounded by tear gas and rubber bullets. Participants responded with fired projectiles – bottles, cans, steel balls, flares – towards the police who charged repeatedly.

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