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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative 
 Take Control of Bristol's Buses says Bristol University film student Max Langer
 Weekly Program
 Christopher Black
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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 Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
Some Bristolians feel they are paying too much for an inadequate bus system and Max hopes to reach 3,500 signatures to trigger a Bristol City Council debate on the subject.
We the undersigned call on Mayor Marvin Rees, Regional Mayor Tim Bowles, Bristol City Council and the West of England Combined Authority to work towards a bus franchising scheme for Bristol.
https://democracy.bristol.gov.uk/mgEPetitionDisplay.aspx?ID=69


It is clear that from the beginning American, British, French and German interests were behind the creation of the Tribunal and worked ceaselessly behind the scenes in order to create it. They first considered doing so in regards to Iraq and Saddam Hussein, during the Gulf War. The idea apparently originated with the United States Department of the Army, which alone should tell you something about its true purpose. The rhetoric used to justify such a body to the general public was of course heavily seasoned with concerns for "human rights" the "dignity of the individual", "genocide" and "democracy".
https://iacenter.org/folder04/nato_black.htm

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