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new issue of Wildfire, European Anti-Civilisation Bulletin

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New issue of Wildfire - European Anti-Civilisation Bulletin Wildfire is a european green anarchist bulletin about revolt against destroying the wild, insurrection against capitalism, the state and industrial society. Against the horrors of civilised society. Wildfire is not here to tell you how to live. It is not there to tell you how to do anything. It is a quarterly bulletin reporting on resistance to civilisation, to report fighting back against the destruction of the natural world, by indiginous people fighting the poisoning of their ecoystems and 'civilised' activists fighting for wildness. Every issue is done by different individuals around Europe.

Nuclear Waste Transport In Germany reports

Gorleben burning barricades

18.11.2005

Since November 19, yet another transport with twelve containers of radioactive waste (called 'Castor') from the plutonium plant La Hague (France) is on its way to the so called interim storage in Gorleben in the Wendland region, an area ( Map ) well known for 20 years of resistance to nuclear power. The transport is scheduled to arrive in Gorleben monday evening. The police announced that they will send at least 11,000 local and federal cops into the region.

Rossport Solidarity Camp speaking tour dates

Here is a list of the dates and venues for the Rossport solidarity speaking tour

Manchester:
Thursday November 3rd 7.30pm the Basement, 24 Lever
Street, hosted by the Anarchist Federation.

Lancaster:

Saving Iceland gathering held in Forestfields

iceland dam graffitti interpretation board

30.10.2005
This weekend, at a venue in Forestfields people from accross the country came together to discuss the issues and ways of oposing the expansion of heavy industry in Iceland.

Next Gorleben train schedule confirmed

05.10.2005

- THE STRUGGLE AGAINST NUCLEAR WASTE -

Gorleben arson

Gorleben, northern Germany – The anti-nuclear group resisting the dumping of highly radioactive waste here says it has information confirming that the next trainload of it will arrive from France on 7 November, the anniversary of the day a French activist was killed last year.

shell hell solidarity action today in london (pics and report)

30.09.2005

extra london shell

an environmental protest comprising sand dump and banner drop with megaphone and samba band went without hitch at the shell centre on the south bank at midday today highlighting the shell development in rossport, county mayo in the north west of ireland.

breaking news - rossport 5 freed today!!!

30.09.2005

Deserted Mayo breakfast
breakfast interrupted by arrest!

On the 16th of June 2005, "Bloomsday" the 5 were still free, and protesting. That was the morning the Corduff's abandoned breakfast was photographed and we read of how Shell had illegally entered the lands in Rossport to begin illegal work on an illegal pipeline.

Iceland parliament roof action

28.08.2005

Finally the seeds that have been planted by people from all over Europe and the States that came over this summer to protest against the construction of a massive Dam in the highlands Iceland and an Aluminium Smelter are starting to grow.

saving iceland electronic blockade TODAY!

17.08.2005

Electronic blockade Wednesday 17. August from 10 am.

Lets force Landsvirkjun to face up to what we think of their destruction of Iceland for their own personal profit and that of multinational corporations.

Alcoa Giant finally got it too - Iceland action

Iceland Alcoa Crane 2

4.08.2005
original press release:

Today a group of activists invaded the Alcoa construction site at Reydarfjördur and climbed cranes on the site. The aim of this action was to stop the work on the site. Alcoa have been targeted because of their involvement in the Kárahnjúkar dam project and the other proposed dam projects and aluminium smelters in the Icelandic highlands as well as environmental destruction worldwide. The Icelandic high court has judged that the building of the Alcoa factory in Reydarfjördur is illegal; we demand that the construction of this factory is immediately halted in observance of this court ruling.

Crack in the dam, Iceland

3.08.2005

On the first of August 2005 a group of activists dropped a banner at the Karahnjukar Dam Site in Protest abainst all planned Heavey Industry in Iceland..

A painted crack indicated the dangers of such collosal construction on a substructure already weakened by geothermal pressuresIn 2003 Landsvirkinjun´s chief, fridrik Sophusson, was asked what would happen if there was an Earthquake under the Dam.�It would burst.A catasprophic wall of water would annihilate everyone in this ....and all the neighbouring farms wold be swept away.� Though he said “this won´t happen�, several days of continous Earthquakes in 2004 suggest otherwise� protesters commented. The crack is also a symbol of solidarity with other Dam Campaigners globally. In 1980 the ecological resistance group “Earth first “ dropped a 100 metres “crack� banner from Glen Cnyon Dam on Colorado River (U.S.A.).

Shell Hell continues in Ireland-Call for International Solidarity

Rossport 5

3.08.2005
On Tuesday, the 29th June, 2005, in Dublin, Ireland, 5 farmers from Rossport, Co. Mayo,Ireland were sent to Mountjoy Prison in Dublin, for violating an order imposed by the High Court to stop blocking Shell access to their lands to constuct the onshore section of the Corrib Gas Field pipeline.

Ecotopia 2005 - international eco-youth festival in Moldova, 1-14th August

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We would like to invite you to E K O T O P I A 2005

police endanger Iceland dam protestors

SECURITY GUARDS AND POLICE PUT ACTIVISTS' LIVES AT RISK AT ICELANDIC DAM BLOCKADE

Police and security guards at the Karahnjukar Dam construction site in Iceland, last night ordered the bulldozers drivers to start their engines and move off, despite there being more than 25 people locked on to the underside of their vehicles.