In 35 years many bits and pieces of the camp infrastructure have risen, fallen and risen again. One of the most characteristic parts of the Peace Camp infrastructure are probably the caravans, which keep on housing the arriving anti-nuclear activists. 280 more words
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Action report 2nd of February: lock-on blockade at the nuke sub base HMNB Clyde: no freedom of movement for WMD minions
Action report: lock-on blockade at 2nd of February at the nuke sub base HMNB Clyde: no freedom of movement for WMD minions
On 2nd of February, starting 06.30 AM, five anti-nuclear activists blocked the pleasantly busy morning traffic at the south gate of Her Majesty’s Naval Base Clyde (yes, they’re still having this monarchy thing going on) in Faslane, Scotland. 682 more words
Action report 24th of January: sit-in protest at the nuke sub base: no the a new arms race, yes for direct action!
On 24th of January, starting at 06.45 AM,, four anti-nuclear activists blocked the traffic at the south gate of Her Majesty’s Naval Base Clyde in Faslane, Scotland. 463 more words
Finally got myself to sit down and try to complete this series I started. Sadly, it doesn’t seem like we are ending it soon.
So after obtaining the kit, I had to check to see what fitted right and what didn’t and check with other people to see who I could make an exchange with. 1,491 more words