Five go blockading

with apologies to Mike Noble

Stop New Nuclear have an ambitious plan to surround the Hinkley nuclear Power station and then blockade the gates in a 24 hour action to mark the anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear accident on 10th and 11th March. They’re asking us all to be there and pledge to bring 5 friends. Here’s a snippet of what they’re saying:

In 2010, dozens of us blockaded the gates at Hinkley. In 2011 hundreds of us blockaded the entrance again. In 2012, thousands of us will surround the power station to say No to new nuclear! Not here, not anywhere!

In October 2011, people pledged to blockade. This time, pledge to bring 5 friends and tell them to do the same. Thousands are needed to surround the station!

Now, Rhizome folk will be there as spokescouncil facilitators rather than blockaders. So it seemed like we should do our bit to bring 5 friends of Rhizome (yes, that’s you!) to the blockade…

…Never done it before? There are trainings running in advance… Not sure about the issue? Read the Stop New Nuclear website… Can’t be there but want to support it? Sample training agendas are available if you want to contact Stop New Nuclear and offer to facilitate a training. I’m sure other offers of help would also be appreciated. See you there.

On the 10th-11th March 2012, one year since the Fukushima nuclear disaster began, we will return to Hinkley to form a human chain around the station to show our determined opposition to new nuclear.

In 2010, dozens of us blockaded the gates at Hinkley. In 2011 hundreds of us blockaded the entrance again. In 2012, thousands of us will surround the power station to say No to new nuclear! Not here, not anywhere!

In October 2011, people pledged to blockade. This time, pledge to bring 5 friends and tell them to do the same. Thousands are needed to surround the station!

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