The Camp Must Go On

Tuesday, 7th August 2007 at 2:57 UTC 1 comment

The Camp For Climate Action will take place as planned. Unlike what most of the media has said, the injunction granted is a defeat for BAA, as much of their application has been ignored and the judge has rewritten whole sections. The camp is unaffected, and their will be no new arrest powers. Even those named on the injunction will be allowed to attend the camp.

But still, the last few days have been a stark reminder of the over-arching reason why protests that take forms like those which will be on display during the Camp for Climate Action are so important, even beyond the issue-level importance of preventing climate change. But that’s tomorrow’s blog post…

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Entry filed under: Climate Change, Environment, Free Space, Free Speech, Freedom, Human Rights.

Rediscovering the Crucifixion The Britain we face

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  • 1. Duck  |  Monday, 13th August 2007 at 17:25 UTC

    ‘The experiment requires that you continue. You have no other choice but to go on.’

    Careful when you’re chucking words around, & make sure you remember why you’re doing what you’re doing.

    Good luck – wish I could be there, but dissertation does not permit.

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