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Please support a 'CREATIVE ACTION'at the M.O.D. Procurement Centre, Filton, Bristol on MONDAY, 18TH JUNE. It is a non-violent protest against the procurement and use of weapons causing sickness,death and genetic damage to civilian populations and military personnel and long-term contamination of the environment. It is being called by Direct Action Against Militarism and Depleted Uraium (DAAMDU) which is a grassroots campaign against low intensity nuclear warfare and the militarism of the New World Order..... however, you are very free to bring your own agendas, be it Trident warheads, clusterbombs, airfuel bombs or any other grouch you have against the MOD i.e.the constant bombing of Iraq! The emphasis of the action is to raise public awareness through non-violence and creativity so bring plenty of banners, flyers etc. The action will start with picketing of MOD workers between 7-9am and end with a picnic at noon. There will be intervening actions. Free accomodation is offered in Bristol for the previous night and there will be a non-violent direct action and legal briefing at 7.30pm on Sunday 17th for those interested. A planning meeting will take place on 26th May in Bristol at the Resistance conference (www.resistanceconference.org.uk) Hundreds of civil servants at the M.O.D. sit is environmentally friendly offices, procuring weapons which will have a devastating impact on the environment for countless generations. Lets expose the appalling reality! Flyers for the action are available.For these and any further information. Phone 0117 954 0564 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Please let us know in advance if you need accomodation for the 17th. Please forward this e-mail to as many interested people as possible. Thanks! -- ----------------------------------------------------------------------- This is a discussion list run by the Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq For removal from list, email email@example.com Full details of CASI's various lists can be found on the CASI website: http://www.casi.org.uk