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08/07/2007: International Shell to Sea block and shutdown at G8

category clare | environment | news report author Monday June 11, 2007 21:31author by Oscar Beard Report this post to the editors

On Friday samba bands and protestors shut down the Shell garage in Evershagen, Rostock and a little more.

Link to the video is here.

https://publish.indymedia.org.uk/en/2007/06/373415.html

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Police, unsurprisingly, arrived in seconds, and the riot squads surrounded the garage.

But, despite this, the Shell station was blocked for an hour.

In Germany fuel stations are not kept in stock by tanker trucks. They run huge fuel pipelines from one to the other, linking them across the city. And in every fuel station is an emergency shut-off button.

And, low and behold, someone hit the button, shutting off the fuel supply to some if not all the Shell garages across Rostock, causing a slight headache for the multinational oil and gas company's profits that day in the lovely north-west German city.

Related Link: https://publish.indymedia.org.uk/en/2007/06/373415.html
author by grainne & gabi - shelltohellpublication date Thu Jun 14, 2007 17:15author address author phone Report this post to the editors

On a sunny very hot friday,we marched to the Shell garage in Rostock. About 60 people from all over the world,including the very funky Samba collective " Rhythms of Resistance".
The police were waiting for us and soon a backup of 8 vans and alot of "Bulle" in heavy adult mutant fascist turtle gear stoood around...sweating..observing,the dancing singing crowd.
The main switch was knocked off and we continued dancing in the hot sun,distributing leaflets explaining Shells terrorism and tyranny towards small communities across the world. We were there in solidarity with the struggle against Shell in Bellanaboy, Rossport, Polluthomias and all other towns in the area.
The samba really made it, everyone enjoyed this action and we agreed we need more samba in Ireland!!!
so the new chant is LIES ,CORRUPTION,GREED, DESTRUCTION , SHELL TO HELL!!!!, SHELL TO HELL!!!

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author by grainne & gabi - shelltohellpublication date Thu Jun 14, 2007 17:17author address author phone Report this post to the editors

heres more

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author by grainne & gabi - shelltohellpublication date Thu Jun 14, 2007 17:23author address author phone Report this post to the editors

and more

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author by dunkpublication date Thu Jun 14, 2007 18:37author email fuspey at yahoo dot co dot ukauthor address author phone Report this post to the editors

just after the shell blocade, an irish activist was on live imc-radio jetsam, at the time of transmission it was reported here: G8 - Todays action
http://indymedia.ie/article/82871
"irish activist speaking live on g8=radio about the shell occupation of 60= 70 activists, in solidarity with ireland and ogoni land
listen here
rossport solidarity camp set up in one of the local camps
http://de.indymedia.org/2007/06/179702.shtml
Jetsam (German and English) radio"

and later the flash radio podcast did a report of the action and explanation of the rossport situation, that can be listened to here:
http://flashradio.wordpress.com/2007/06/09/flash-radio-...ness/
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well done for action

rossport abu

 
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