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date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 14:40:06 +0100
from: "Rob Tinch" <R.TinchatXYZxyz.ac.uk>
subject: [ngp-list] verdict
to: <listatXYZxyzwichgreenparty.org>

<x-charset iso-8859-1>Jeffrey Archer - 4 years.

Couldn't happen to a nicer bloke eh?

Rob
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-----Original Message-----
From: Williams, Derek <DWILLIAMatXYZxyz.ac.uk>
To: 'listatXYZxyzwichgreenparty.org' <listatXYZxyzwichgreenparty.org>
Date: 19 July 2001 11:05
Subject: [ngp-list] FW: [ANNOUNCE] bonn videos info and ting - please
forward this


More from the non-existant network 23

Derek

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>From: mick fuzz[SMTP:mickfuzzatXYZxyzketmail.com]
>Sent: 19 July 2001 10:50
>To: pauloatXYZxyzmail.com; mike@urban75.com; n23news@topica.com
>Subject: [ANNOUNCE] bonn videos info and ting - please forward this
>
>hello, here's some more information about what's
>happening in bonn.
>
>If you have a mailing list you may want to take some
>of the extracts and send them on.
>
>
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>
>Rising Tide are acting as a framework for a lot of
>activists both individuals and groups to come together
>and have their voices heard concerning climate change.
>
>There have been several actions here in Bonn and there
>are more to come.
>
>We're just off to do a reclaim the streets with the
>operation alchemy hip hop roadshow and rinky dink
>sound system in full effect.
>
>for a full page of actions have a look at the
>following page on the climate.indymedia.org site.
>
>http://climate.indymedia.org/search.php3?topic=action
>
>Here's a quick summary of some of the highlights so
>far.
>
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>Wednesday July 18, @ 12:36AM
>
>http://climate.indymedia.org/article.php3?sid=20010718002519
>
>This evening, a group of initially about 50 activists
>congregated outside of the Deutsche Telekom building
>(near the conference centre) where delegates from
>various NGOs and renewable energy representatives were
>meeting with the German Minister for the Environment,
>Jurgen Trittin. Under the spell of the rhythmically
>irresistibly combined forces of London and Netherlands
>samba band members, protestors danced in front of the
>building, handed out copies of the spoof conference
>paper "The Earth Crimes" and Carbon Credits (detailing
>the immorality of emissions trading) to the attendees.
>
>After maybe 20 minutes in front of the party, a truck
>containing a sound system pulled up in front of the
>building and started to add its own musical
>contribution. However after about 5 minutes, the
>police decided to shut it down. Despite the efforts of
>the samba band who clustered round the truck while
>still playing, the music was turned off. In the
>ensuing melee and with little apparent provocation,
>one woman was dragged out from underneath the truck,
>had her hands cuffed tightly behind her back and was
>driven off.
>
>------o)-------
>Operation Alchemy Hip Hop performance against Uranium.
>
>Video and Photo Gallery -
>
>http://climate.indymedia.org/article.php3?sid=20010718184351
>
>Thursday July 19, @ 12:59AM
>
>Here is the operation alchemy performance roadshow in
>the Munster Platz in Bonn. We mix european
>sound-system energy with Austrailian direct action
>ethos and come up with a blend of performance and pure
>anger to try to make people aware of the crimes
>associated with the nuclear industry and Uranium
>Mining And no we don't have permits. We do however
>have a website to allow us to get our message across.
>www.operationalchemy.org
>
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>
>Monday July 16, @ 05:06PM
>
>Audio and text report at
>
>http://climate.indymedia.org/article.php3?sid=20010716170605
>
>It's Bonn. We're here for the climate change
>conference. We're here to try to get everyone behind
>positive action to fight the root causes of climate
>change and to raise awareness of environmentally sane
>ways of generating energy. I think we can pretty much
>say that we all share those goals. Although we are of
>course only talking about the people that AREN"T going
>to get let in to the conference.
>
>
>We're all part of the alternative summit. There are a
>huge diversity of juggling different carrots and
>sticks to try and move the climate change talks in a
>positive direction.
>
>Rising tide have been successful in greeting and
>helping these groups have a platform to express their
>thoughts on the climate conference process.
>
>----------o)---------
>
>To understand more about what the coalition rising
>tide are pushing for
>----------o)---------
>
>Amsterdam Activists offer Alternative to Kyoto
>Protocol
>
>http://climate.indymedia.org/article.php3?sid=20010503101237
>
>text listing the 12 protocols that a lot of the
>activists here are demanding to be heard...
>
>Activists from the Amsterdam group ARK ( Amsterdam
>Radical Klimate Action have a declaration calling for
>a new environmentally focused protocol and a rejection
>of the woefully inadequate Kyoto Protocol. The
>declaration demands the implementation of 12 key
>principals to be included in the new protocol. ( see
>below)
>
>
>-----------o)------------
>
>keep informed on http://climate.indymedia.org
>
>
>
>
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>----www.operationalchemy.org
>dig the sounds not uranium
>----www.network23.org
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>
>
>
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>Unless otherwise stated, all views expressed are mine and not those of City
>College.
>
>Derek Williams
>Media Services
>Creative Arts
>City College
>Norwich
>
>Tel: 01603 773044
>Fax: 01603 773301
>http://www.ccn.ac.uk
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