A senior military source told the Daily Mirror last night: "Such a public display of co-operation between the Taliban and the ANA is a disgace to the memory of brave British troops who have fought to vanquish the Taliban from communities they treated with brutalism
for so many years.
The gunboat diplomacy of Ineos was abhorrent and, of course, it sets a benchmark for industrial relations based on brutalism
6 million hours spent by builders constructing the library 900,000 cups of tea and 100,000 breakfasts served in the canteen The pages of history: fire, demolition and Brutalism
THE new Library of Birmingham is the city's FOURTH central library since the passing of the Public Library Act in 1850.
Remarkably and unlike other protests in Europe and elsewhere, protests are being led by women with nothing but their courage to say "enough is enough" against the brutalism
of the regime and its fascist police forces, armed with batons, teargas and rubber bullets.
It consists of 10 songs sprawled across 53 minutes and ransacks their trademark widescreen box of prog tricks, veering from the rock 'n' roll brutalism
, sadfaced pop to at least one epic number replete with mournful colliery brass band.
In fact, numerous icons of the brutalism
movement are currently under fire: vilified in the press and slated for destruction," explains MCMRI's Executive Director Robert Stack.
Three outstanding modernist sites--in Preston, Birmingham, and London, England--are grouped under the umbrella of "British Brutalism
The dream of a return to early Victorian economic brutalism
Pivotal in so many ways - both in his own development from Modernist to Postmodernist and as the single figure who joins up so much of post war British architectural culture: from New Towns, the Independent Group, Brutalism
, Postmodernism and - through association - High Tech.
In the mid-1950s, however, it underwent an astounding change from high classicism to the brutalest Brutalism
, when the great modernist architect Marcel Breuer created Begrisch Hall and Gould Hall of Technology(now Polowczek Hall) and several residence halls.
The theatre pillars and upstage wall were shrouded in black, and regular puffs of dry ice created a wholly unsurprising setting of medieval brutalism
which owed more than a little to the prevailing tones of Roman Polanski's 1971 film version.
No greater need for your audacity to challenge injustice is needed than to end what the world knows to be the cruelest ofAa injustice upon a hapless population who lost their nation by force and ethnic cleansing, not even sparing their churches and mosques, nor their cemeteries where generations of their ancestors are buried--the victimized, demonized, unseen and unheard cries of Palestinians living under the brutalism
of a heartless regime, a regime we Americans fund, support, and protect as they unleash their military power at whim knowing their actions are above all divine and human laws.