Austria home of the nasty International Atomic Energy Agency now is 100% nuclear free with imports of nuclear power BANNED. What do they know that they don't want but are foisting on the rest of us? BAN NUCLEAR! On 1 January 2015, Austria’s “ban” on imports of nuclear power went into effect as planned. The … Continue reading Austria Home to the International Atomic Energy Authority BANS imports of nuclear power
Please contact the RSPB …to oppose this cull of red deer which have been here since the ice age… Nuclear waste goes through here, from Heysham to Sellafield, near the newly erected shooting towers, is it a good idea to be shooting deer near these train tracks???
We thought maybe the deer had a reprieve at least until we could make a case to stop the cull – and then we thought what if Leighton Moss want to get on and do the deed before any articles appear in the press.
So a couple of us went to Leighton Moss before dawn this morning planning to sit in the Grisdale and Jackson hide and watch out for the deer and any possible Deer Initiative people (the same who shot the Sellafield Deer ) who have been employed to do the shooting. We got met by Robin Horner the centre manager just as we were going into the reserve – he said the way was blocked to the public because of “management activity” …he was joined by another colleague who was repeating the line that “its for the good of the whole reserve” shortly after there was…
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http://youtu.be/pIYdjKEK44M STILL Fighting for Gemma. This TV Movie was made by Granada in 1993. The film, Fighting for Gemma, documents the true story also told in the book "Still Fighting for Gemma" ..of a Cumbrian girl whose father worked at Sellafield. When the girl of four develops leukaemia and other children in the same village have the … Continue reading Still Fighting For Gemma – this Film is a Must Watch for EVERYONE with an interest in the truth about Sellafield
“Electricité de France (EdF), the French energy group, intends to build one of the largest nuclear power stations in the world at Hinkley Point, United Kingdom. However, this project would be commercially viable only on the basis of massive subsidies granted by the British government, which would clearly violate EU competition law.” The (previous) EU Commission approved these nuclear subsidies.
“This scandalous decision has the potential to trigger an avalanche of new nuclear power projects across Europe. The Austrian government is determined to take this case to the European Court of Justice, and EWS has lodged a formal complaint directly with the EU Commission.
Yet only if the pressure of European civil society surpasses the clout of nuclear lobbyists will we be able to prompt the newly appointed EU Commission to reverse this misguided decision. Any EU citizen is entitled to submit a complaint free of charge…
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On 27th January at The Beacon, Radiation Free Lakeland will be holding a demonstration opposing the dumping of radioactive debris from 27 nuclear submarines at Sellafield. We will meet at 11am – 2pm outside The Beacon in Whitehaven… with our alternative exhibition and information. There may be singing!...but its not compulsory - just bring yourselves … Continue reading NO NUCLEAR SUBS AT SELLAFIELD – DEMONSTRATION OUTSIDE THE BEACON ON TUES
Residents of Braystones, near Sellafield, have for some years been trying to get some remedy for the awful state of the railway crossing and line, not all of them are anti nuclear but all are worried. I can vouch for the Heath Robinson nature of the crossing at Braystones. Last time I was there a chap … Continue reading Nuclear Train Not Fit For Tracks!
70 years of nuclear ….enough already! This article is excellent and explains why continuing with nuclear “power” is unacceptable.
Nuclear: There will soon come a time when it is too late
In Dr. Martin Luther King’s Nobel Prize Lecture, October of 1964, he raises the alarm over nuclear weapons and the constant threat of annihilation by nuclear weapons, as an “imminent cosmic elegy“. Ignoring the nuclear threat “does not alter the nature and risks of such war“, he warns.  In his speech at the Riverside Church, one year before his death, he further warns that there is such a thing as “too late“. 
Today we stand on the threshold of too late, with regard to nuclear reactors, even more than nuclear weapons.
Nuclear reactors and the related mining, processing and waste legally leak lethal radionuclides into the environment, all of the time, even without a major accident. Many of the most dangerous, like plutonium and americium, continue to build up in…
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