Trashing, dashing, bashing, mashing: the new EF! Action Update
So what have you been up to the last few months? Just hanging around?
Maybe you've been part of human wheel-clamping aeroplanes, climbing up scaffolding tripods inconveniently placed in the road, smashing machines at open-cast mines, playing nuked-dead in the street, kayaking against borehole drill rigs in Ireland, burning mobile phone masts, resisting Tesco, camping against trashing of woodland, with some success at Titnore (& other protest camp updates), or getting in on BP's act, spilling oil in public places.
Or have you been on holiday, taking part in indigenous blockades against logging, dams and mining, spilunking against high speed trains, slashing tuna cages, blockading Monsanto HQ, trashing GM fields, and more?
Maybe you're in need of a break. But if you're not, and are just champing at the bit, the return of AUntie MIffy's problem page might help, addressing what to do if there's no local group near you. There's an article about the beginnings of EF! in this country, looking forwards to the next 20 years, to help inspire. If you need support to get things going where you live, do get in touch. And if all that's not enough, here's a quotation, from Paul Watson, the Sea Shepherd captain:
"Future generations will not have the chance and those that came before us did not have the vision nor the knowledge. It is up to us — you and I.”