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The Lock-On Song

The Lock-On Song by Tim Williams

The people have said no you know
And that’s how it’s gotta be.
You stand there in your power
It’s a moment of destiny.
You simply will not let them
Desecrate the earth
You know you cannot let them
Release their deadly curse.
Something deep inside of you
Knows[…]

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My boots are muddy and my hands are scuffed

wrote something about the last month… by Beau Nafyde
My boots are muddy and my hands are scuffed,
my taste is scruffy and my state is tough,
my face is bloody and my place is rough,
none of that matters nothing because I got love.
You can have millions in the bank and fancy jewels,[…]

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We can’t stop this industry by just locking-on or jumping on trucks by TinaLouiseUK

We can’t stop this industry by just locking-on or jumping on trucks by Tina Louise Rothery

We can’t stop this industry by just locking-on or jumping on trucks – BUT we don’t stand a chance at all, if we don’t take direct action. Since fracking companies started threatening our communities over 6 years ago… we[…]

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Lorry surfing, Richard’s story in his own words

Lorry surfing, in a surfer’s own words.
I’m free! I have my phone back and I’m heading down to London this weekend. Lancs police gave me a nice hot shower, tea, cottage pie, smiles, a warm place to sleep for a while and asked me to rate my stay on TripAdvisor 🙂 oh and these[…]

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Day 125 in the Cuadrilla House – Words and Deeds and how it’s not meant to be..

Day 125 in the Cuadrilla House
Words and Deeds and how it’s not meant to be.. by Tina Louise Rothery

Day 125 in the Cuadrilla House… and the good people are bleeding, bruised and under attack – though not broken, never broken as the worse it gets – the tougher we grow. All though at[…]

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Confronting the Fossil Fuel Industry by Mel Strickland

  
  
By Melanie
The lesson of history is that radical social change is achieved by people working together and confronting the dominant power structures over a sustained period of time. The suffragettes, the civil rights activists, LGBT movement, to name a few, have all employed direct action to achieve recognition of their rights. The[…]

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May The 4th: Climate Change, The Elephant in the Polling Booth

  
  
While Climate Change: The Elephant in the Polling Booth (2pm-6pm) is series of speakers and workshops on why we need system change if we are to effectively tackle climate change.
Asad Rehman from Friends of the Earth will set out the big picture,

Mel Strickland will run a workshop on Reclaim The Power,[…]

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May The Fourth: Occupy Gandhi and Make Politicians accountable!

  
  
Ridding politicians of vested interests and second jobs so they represent their constituents will be the focus of the day, while a direct action and series of workshops will focus on why we need system change to tackle climate change.
  
  

Occupy Gandhi (12pm) will be a peaceful direct action underneath the[…]

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The Infrastructure Bill will ensure our continued dependence on fossil fuels

The Infrastructure Bill will ensure our continued dependence on fossil fuels by Mel Strickland.
“…when people say, “The regulatory system is broken. It’s not protecting our health, safety and welfare.” And I say, “Well, maybe it’s not broken, but it’s working perfectly.” Because its goal is not necessarily to protect health, safety and welfare. The[…]

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