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(en) SchNEWS 459/460, Friday 18th June (!), 2004

From Jo Makepeace <webmaster@schnews.org.uk>
Date Fri, 18 Jun 2004 06:05:02 +0200 (CEST)

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G8 WAY TO HELL "The G-8 prescribes neo-liberal policies that accelerate
the concentration of wealth, attack workers' rights, jeopardise employment,
lower living conditions for the vast majority of the population, disrespect
cultural differences, and harm the environment." Dissent Network Last week
the leaders of the eight richest countries of the world (G8) got together
for the annual knees up to sort out the worlds problems, this time at the
opulent Sea Island, a private luxury resort in Georgia, USA. While SchNEWS
realises the world's in a mess, asking these gangsters to sort it out is
like asking a Michael Jackson to do your babysitting...

In fact just across the sea in nearby Brunswick, the contrast to
the world of the have's and have-nots could not have been more
sharp. The mainly black and poor area of Brunswick is home to
Hercules Chemical and Georgia Pacific, making it one of the most
toxic areas in Georgia, with the air outside Hercules so polluted
that one of the nearby schools has no windows. There's massive
unemployment with blocks of empty shopfronts, dilapidated housing,
and streets that aren't even paved.

In fact the only thing Brunswick and Sea Island do share is the
smell and exposure to the toxins released by the chemical plants.
But thanks to the G8 roadshow being in town, the plants were
temporarily shut down and the workers laid off. We can't expect
such important people to endure the discomfort and risk for a few
days, that the people of Brunswick are forced to live with every
day of their lives now can we?

During the summer, a local elementary school in the richest
country in the world, has to offer a free lunch providing perhaps
the only nutritious meal that some of the local children will
receive during the long, hot, Georgia summer. However, the kids
had to go without for a week, as the school was instead used to
feed the thousands of cops and soldiers on standby to protect the
rich and powerful.


The idea for the annual G8 summit was the idea of France in the
mid-1970s to help the world's richest economies deal informally
with big crises, but as one commentator said "Its list of
memorable achievements is almost zero. Recent summits have been
noticeable only because of the length of their vacuous final
communiqués, the distance at which the political leaders have been
kept from the public and the outrageous cost of organising the
meetings." As the protests against such get togethers have become,
shall we say, more vocal so these costs have soared as the
repression racket has been stepped up while the summits have taken
place in ever more remote settings. Still, none of this has swayed
the G8 from its relentless march towards corporate colonisation of
the planet, using globalisation and free trade as a smokescreen
for economic blackmail, corruption, state terrorism and warfare.

Georgian Governor and Mayor Sonny Perdue took the highly unusual
steps of declaring a state of emergency in six coastal counties
before the summit had even began citing "potential danger...from
unlawful assemblages, threats of violence and otherwise", giving
police powers to arrest people and disperse crowds. Avenger
surface-to-air missile batteries were scattered throughout backed
by checkpoints, small tanks and uniformed soldiers. This
20,000-strong force of occupiers, stood on every street corner or
flew overhead in helicopters, in scenes what one protestor
remarked "was more reminiscent of Gaza than Georgia.

Still as Governor Perdue put it "If we had to err, we were going
to err on the side of safety...When you host the leaders of the
free world, there's no room for mistakes. A show of force can be a

The cops and corporate media had also been busy warning of the
invading army of protestors ready to raze the city to the ground.
In the end the over the top tactics worked with the demonstrations
small in number. As one demonstrator put it "Many locals confessed
to us that they were scared of the police propaganda or just
didn't see how any of this had anything to do with them. The irony
of hearing this in a pollution-ridden public housing neighborhood
while the wealthiest men in the whole world met to decide the fate
of working people worldwide just 15 minutes away was not lost on

All this costing around $37 million, which SchNEWS reckons
would've been better spent on cleaning up Brunswick's environment.
Instead officials say their success at squelching potential
terrorism and violent protests has persuaded law enforcement
agencies across the country to make the Georgia experience a
blueprint for "national security special events". And if the
people start complaining about travel restrictions or the army on
every street corner, then a gentle reminder of the threat of
terrorism (or even a spell in jail) should scare them back into

G is for Greed

So just what did the G8 discuss? Well debt was high on the agenda
with the Bush regime generously calling for Iraq's estimated
foreign debt of around $120 billion to be wiped out. This of
course has nothing to do with American not being owed any of this
debt and the Bush regime being anxious that rather than oil
revenue being used to pay foreign creditors, it should instead be
used to finance reconstruction and other infrastructure projects,
for which US firms have been given the most lucrative contracts!
This Iraqi debt relief however wouldn't be extended to the most
impoverished countries of Africa who received no such concessions.

So forget the war on poverty these powerful nations are far too
busy making money out of war to care about that. Between 1997 and
2001 at least two-thirds of all arms sales came from five of the
G8 members - America, Russia, France, Britain and Germany, busy
arming some of the world's worst human rights abusers. As Oxfam
commented "If the same amount of money and the same political will
committed to the war on Iraq were put into aid, trade, and debt
relief, it would end the suffering of millions of people. For the
cost of just two stealth bomber planes, 48 million children in
Africa, who have never had the chance to learn to read or write,
could attend school for a year."

* Next year the G8 will be in Scotland at the Gleneagles hotel in
Perthshire from 6th-8th July. People in the UK are already
organising protests, under the umbrella group Dissent. Some of
these groups have already been busy during last weeks summit
including Nottingham where they organised a 'critical mass' bike
ride around the city, pestered the local McDonalds and blocked the
Oil Terminal at Colwick; while in Worthing they opened a new
anti-G8 social centre with a Festival of Resistance.

* Next Saturday will see the beginning of the trials of 29 Italian
policemen and officers who face charges related to the brutal
night time raid on the Diaz school in Genoa, Italy during the
anti-G8 demonstrations there in 2001 (see SchNEWS 314/5)

* At the same time in Switzerland the court case against four
people from the Aubonne Bridge action at last years G8 Summit in
Evian (see SchNEWS 408/9) will begin. Two climbers were cut from
the climbing rope by police, falling over 20 metres onto a
riverbed and sustaining very serious injuries. While the policeman
who cut the ropes remains on duty, ironically, the four
protesters, have all been charged with blocking the traffic and
endangering human life! www.aubonnebridge.net


Crap Arrest Of The Week

For quoting a Clash song..!
Mike Devine, from a Clash tribute band, was arrested earlier this
month after a text message he sent was intercepted. The text, a
lyric from Clash song "Tommy Gun", contained the words "jetliner"
and "hostages" and was, apparently, sent to the wrong number. The
recipient then informed police who sent Special Branch to arrest
Devine in his office before interrogating him. He was later
released without charge. So how exactly did the message get
intercepted? One "terrorism expert" stated the bloody obvious that
it clearly shows that spy-base GCHQ is "monitoring all vocal and
textual mobile phone traffic."



While the leaders of the G8 talk about the benefits of
globalisation and 'free trade agreements, the finer details of
what this actually means to people usually don't get so much

Earlier this month the US Supreme Court made a ruling allowing
Mexican trucks to enter U.S. roads - even if they break America's
more stringent emissions standards

The court said that thanks to the North America Free Trade
Agreement (NAFTA), the U.S. had no right to exclude Mexican
trucks. Analysts estimate that more than 30,000 Mexican trucks
could enter the U.S. this summer and by 2010, Mexican trucks will
emit twice the particulate matter and nitrogen oxides as their
American counterparts. The ruling will increase pollution and smog
in southern states already suffering from poor air quality, as
well as keeping ineffective Mexican environmental policies that
jeopardize the health of their people.

The North American Free Trade Agreement (see SchNEWS 200) was
signed between Mexico, Canada and the States in 1994 and was
another one of those free trade deals that we were told would
benefit everyone. Except that the only people it has benefited has
been surprise, surprise multinational corporations. Just check out
Chapter 11 of NAFTA which allows corporations to sue if they think
certain environmental law raise unfair barriers to trade and
affect its profits! So if the US banned polluting Mexican vehicles
from its roads, it could be sued by the Mexican companies for loss
of profits!

As John W. Warnock, a Canadian political economist and author of
'The Other Mexico: The North American Triangle Completed' puts it
"It should be remembered that these trade agreements have very
little to do with trade. Even before they were signed we had
almost complete free trade. The new agreements are primarily about
private investment rights."

"Neoliberalism and NAFTA have been good for the rich in Mexico and
the large corporations...Mexicans know that their country is
falling behind the United States and Canada in every area. Aside
from incomes, spending is very low on education, health,
agriculture and rural development, and research. It is not
surprising to find that most people, including academics, do not
believe that so-called 'free trade' has been good for their

As Kevin Danaher from Global Exchange put it "The free market
ideology is this bullshit that they put out there to pry open
Third World countries and to keep people here stupid and think,
"Oh, get the government out of the way. Let capital decide how the
world will be run." Well, duh. If you let capital decide how the
world is going to run, they'll cut down every tree, they'll kill
every fish, they'll push our wages down to zero, they'll pollute
the shit out of everything, because all they care about is making

* Read 'Shafted: Free Trade and America's Working Poor' where
farmers, fishermen, garment workers etc. describe the ruin that
free trade agreements have unleashed on them. To order copies

* As the recent Organization of American States meeting in Quito,
Ecuador protesters marched through the city to protest against
Plan Colombia and the Free Trade Area of the Americas agreement,
as well as demand the resignation of President Lucio Gutierrez.
Leonidas Iza from the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of
Ecuador said he wanted the delegates to "see there is hunger,
there is deep poverty, and there is corruption" in Ecuador.



Due to a lack of news getting through to that far corner of the
earth-Avon and Somerset, the police force in their wisdom have
failed to react to hordes of testerone up males pouring out on to
the streets of every major town beating each other to death and
drowning each other in puke. They have also not heard of the
carnage, torture of innocent people, mutilation of children and
the on going mass slaughter of civilians that is being carried out
throughout the world by our government in a misguided notion of

At least someone in this country is getting real, all these
paranoid MPs harping on about the threat of terrorism, gun crimes
and inner city violence; bloody 'lefties' scaremongering over
racial attacks, Islamaphobia and deaths in police custody, when
the real threat to our freedom and livelihood is carried out
according to Superintendent Adrian Coombs of the Avon and Somerset
police, by people dancing - bastards! There also seems a worry
that these 'dancy' people, who apparently stay up all night in
their drug crazed stupors, are secretly plotting the overthrow of
our democratically rejected government and have more friends that
the police themselves. Old Coombsy baby, not to be outdone who
stresses that he can dance with the best of them - it's just that
no one has asked him - believes that previous laws which stated
that there needed to be at least a hundred people gathered in an
open space for the old 'bacon troupe' to take action, has now been
changed to just twenty, even if that's inside a dodgy old
warehouse. This is good news for all those sad people out there
who have birthday parties and less than twenty people turn up.
'It's the law mate, I would have invited more, you know how it

Yet, this is only half of it. Old Superintendent Adrian Coombs,
which could be abbreviated as 'SAC' if only, has had a rethink,
and thought that those sad people with less than twenty friends
may also be, not only smiling in the face of the law, but actually
having the audacity to have a good time. And Public Assembly is no
longer 20 people, but can be comprised of just two people! Two
people! What kind of party's that! Maybe the sought Coombsy would
invite his mates too. 'Yeah, you know, I would come, it's just
that I've got to watch some paint dry-sorry!' And of course it
would be against the law. The next policeman's Ball, lets all turn
up and arrest the bastards.

The force is believed to be one of the first in the country to
adopt the new legislation under the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003
making Avon and Somerset a non smiling zone. This is England's
answer to China's 'One Child Policy' the 'One Mate Policy' of
Somerset, you are only allowed another mate under exceptional
circumstances, and the circumstances are, you have to reek of
bacon. Operational planning head, (if only the party scene had one
of them) Super Coombsy, stated,

"In the past we've had a situation where officers realised they
could do little until a rave had been going on for some time,
meaning serious disruption to both local people and officers."

See what you are doing out there, hiding in your derelict
warehouses in the midst of some rundown industrial estate, you are
forcing the Somerset police, who are busily sorting out serious
crime in their tea rooms, to come out in the middle of the night
when all 'decent' taxpaying types are in bed, and with sirens
blaring, turn the devil worshipper's music off and make those drug
induced, drunk individuals drive home. This is about on par with
throwing thousands of testeroned up males onto the street at the
same time. It is no wonder that these same people came up with the
idea of invading Iraq to stop uprisings being put down by force
and innocent people being tortured. Can you see a pattern
developing here?

Lucky for us the Somerset police will now be able to stop those
past outrageous incidents of loved up individuals dancing in
fields and smiling away in dusty old empty warehouses. Or will
they? Lets face it we've all been here before, but be aware those
party putter oners as this new legislation applies inside as well
and anyone who is moved on faces arrest if they try to start up
another gathering within 24 hours. So to recap, you can only have
a party if you are alone, not playing music, and you are not
inside or outside-no problem!

* Despite the best efforts of the authorities, free parties still
happen up and down the country every week. Go to
www.partyvibe.com/freeparties.htm for a list of phone numbers and


SchNEWS @ Glastonbury

Green Futures Field (From 12 noon)

Workshops include:
Thursday: GM Crops, How to produce a newsheet, and Earthships
Friday: Bio Diesel, Climate Change and Rainforest Depletetion
Saturday: GM Crops, How to produce a newsheet and Rainforests
Sunday: Bio Diesel, Climate Change, and Earthships

Plus: SchNEWS live (SchLIVE). Check the SchNEWS tent for more
Plus: SchNEWS Films Premieres over the weekend

Or pop along to the tent for free info, laughs and all the usual


Shell's Kitchen

Despite Prime Sinister Blair telling the G8 that climate change is
one of the biggest issues Britain, scared of the threat of fuel
protests over the increasing cost of oil, has been putting
pressure on OPEC to increase oil production. However, once again
the true cost of oil measured in massive environmental degradation
for those living near extraction sites, has once again been
underlined by a new report from Friends of the Earth. The report
on Shell, has chronicled how "substantial levels of crude oil"
have been found in mangrove forests and lakes in Nigeria, oil
spillages have occurred close to communities and contaminated
their water pumps, and has never been cleaned up. "We saw pipes
clearly corroded and spilling. They were all over the place," said
Brian Shaad, FoE's parliamentary campaigner. "Communities
repeatedly say their grievances are dealt with by security forces
rather than the company itself".

A leaked section of the report alleges that Shell failed to act on
promises made by former chairman Philip Watts, to clean up the
South African Petroleum Refinery, the largest crude oil plant in
the country.

It claims Sapref, jointly owned by Shell and BP, dumps 19 tonnes
of sulphur dioxide a day into the air, six times the amount
emitted by modern refineries.

In 1995, 9 environmental activists campaigning against the
environmental destruction of the Niger Delta by Shell Oil, were
executed for their activities, Shell said the verdict was not its
concern, and Watts later stated that he was "quite proud" of
Shell's activities in Nigeria (SchNEWS 49). This from a company
whose greenwash adverts gush "our core values of honesty,
integrity and respect for people define who we are". (says it all

Recently the United Nations has been trying to pass laws that
would try to keep corporations in order (SchNEWS 453).Of course,
these attempts to legislate against disregard for human life in
the name of profits, have been opposed by business lobby groups
such as the International Chamber of Commerce, backed by, surprise
surprise, Shell.


Delta Blues

SchNEWS recently received an email from Christian S. Yorgure, of
National Union of Ogoni Students International. He told us of how
Shell has now served a subpoena on his organisation but that this
"is a ruse...to make the public believe that that they are using
legal means to challenge accusations. No! Shell pays agents who do
dirty jobs; they use high government and community officials who
are easily swayed with money.

"The Ogoni people have suffered terrible environmental hazards for
over 3 decades of oil exploration and drilling activities in their
homeland without compensation. The Ogoni people made history by
successfully protesting the evil of the giant multinational; a
campaign that embarrassed Shell. In reaction, Shell used the then
military power in Nigeria to commit mayhem on the indigenous Ogoni
people. The massacre of thousands of the Ogoni people of Nigeria
in 1993, and a trial which is believed to have been sponsored by
Shell that led to the hanging of Ken Saro-Wiwa and eight other
Ogoni Human and Environmental Rights Activist in 1995, does not
seem enough. Shell's war against the undaunted Ogonis looms on.

It was about 10 pm on June 1, 2004 that I received a call from the
Secretariat of the National Union of Ogoni Students International
(NUOS Int'l) detailing an encounter with an agent of Shell who
only introduced himself as a detective. According to the NUOS'
Secretary, the detective presented himself in an unruly manner and
refused to answer any questions as he served a copy of the

As the Ogoni Class action against Shell gathers momentum, the
company who has not been able to penetrate the undaunted youths
behind the suit, have chosen to thread a sinister path; hounding
down the Ogonis who truly believe and lead the campaign against
Shell. NUOS Int'l is a righteous voice echoing the sufferings of
the entire Ogoni people. They have organized many seminars both in
Europe and the United States. In 2001, NUOS Int'l protested
against the World Environmental Center's Seventeenth Annual Gold
medal Award for International Corporate Achievement to the Royal
Dutch/Shell Group of Companies. To doubt the sinister culture of
Shell is an ehxhibition of gross ignorance; and to continue to
invest in Shell in my opinion makes you a murderer.

It is unfortunate to realize that people can still be fooled by
Shell despite the much publicized atrocities committed the world
over but particularly, in under-developed countries. The revealing
accounts of Dr. John Huong, who was Shell's geologist for almost
30 years and the Affidavit of Alfred Ernest Donovan, who has had a
business relationship with Shell for over 40 years, are
appropriate references illustrating Shell's unethical practices.
These testimonies corroborate the fact that Shell's true business
practice is to lie, cheat, and kill.

As published in the Financial Times of June 09, 2004 under the
heading "Deep well of troubles in Nigeria" Shell reiterated its
determination to remain in Nigeria. However, the Ogoni people who
are well aware of the tactics of Shell have vowed to keep them out
of their land. The members of NOUS Int'l are determined to go the
length with Shell intellectually and legally. "Shell must restore
the flora and fauna in Ogoni; Shell must clean up Ogoni and pay
enough compensation for several thousands of lives lost as a
result of their involvement in the area since 1959", said a member
of NOUS "Not even the subpoena served by a sinister operative can
deter us; we must demand our rights legitimately", another member
said during a group discussion."

* To find out more about Shells unsavoury activities see

* London Rising Tide, a direct action grassroots group has joined
forces with artists to express anger over the role of BP in
climate change and human rights abuses around the world. Artwork
can be viewed till Monday 21st June at 50 Chalk Farm Road NW1.
07969 786770 www.risingtide.org.uk


What's Bingoing On?

There's a new Occupied Social Centre Open in Brighton at the Old
Bingo Hall, 193 Portland Road Hove. Events this weekend include on

Friday 18th:
5pm Talk and film on climate change by Rising Tide
7pm : West Papuan refugee and tribal leader gives a talk on the
tribal struggle for freedom in West Papua
9pm "Learning from Ladakh" film[Development threatens a whole way
of life in this north indian province]
10.30pm "Hoyaanisqats!" film [the natural and modern clash in a
beautiful and horrifying collage]
Plus vegan food, tunes, arts, chill-out, infos

Sat 19th:
4pm : zine workshop [intro to zines & how to make a zine the
wonderful world of self publishing]
6pm : talk and film about attempts to organise grassroots
movements in zimbabwe
8pm : "The Weather Underground" film [impressive documentation
with loads of interviews of former members of one of americas most
notorious armed group]
10pm : "Surplus" film [against consumer culture with John Zerzan]

To find out what's happening in your area go to


SchNEWS in brief

** Plans are underway to set up an autonomous social centre and
info shop in Newcatle-Upon-Tyne. It aims to house a cafe, a film
club, political art space, a newcastle indymedia, a radical book
shop and anything else you wanna put your energy into. To get
invovled e-mail : whydontyou@post.com

** A campaign is underway to oppose plans for a superquarry in
some of the best countryside in the Vale of Glamorgan. Sadly, like
at Blackwood, dormice are again under threat from the forces of
destruction, as are badgers and otters - to join local residents
in campaigning against the quarry, look up:

** In San Francisco about 200 people protested against GM food and
the annual Biotechnology Industry Organisation convention. There
were about 30 arrests and police also confiscated rotten fruit and
vegetables. www.indybay.org

** The Iraqi Occupation authorities have awarded a $ 293 million
contract to the Aegis Defense Services, creating the world's
largest private army. It is headed by Lieutenant Colonel Tim
Spicer, who has been investigated for illegally smuggling arms and
planning military offensives to support mining, oil, and gas
operations around the world

** Environmental campaigners have set up a camp near the Stansted
airport in Essex to protest against its expansion. The airport's
owners have begun offering compensation to people affected, but
protestors say they plan to stay until expansion plans are
dropped. 01279 870558 www.stopstanstedexpansion.com

** B.A.S.S. Summer SOLSTICE PARADE -8.45 from Black Rock car
park(near Marina).Samba Band, DJ's, percussion , performers and
Brightons very own replica Stonehenge!



Dissent is a network of groups and individuals planning actions
and taking direct action against the 2005 G8 summit at Gleneagles,
Scotland, and what it represents. What actions happen against it
are up to those who get involved; unlike the G8 there is are no
leaders telling people what to do, it is up for all those involved
to have an equal say.

Demonstrations against the G8 have a history of being pretty
spectacular. In 1999 while the G8 were meeting in Cologne the City
of London was famously shut down for the day with the J18 Carnival
Against Capital. In 2001 when they met in a fortress in Genoa,
Italy, 300,000 people faced paramilitary police on the streets
outside, resulting in the destruction of large parts of the city
and the murder of one protester by the police.

Dissent is organising a diverse range of events to make people
aware of next years G8 summit in the UK and the growing movement
which opposes it.

To find out more www.dissent.org.uk


..and finally...

While Neo-Labour have been busy telling us to get off our fat
arses, do a bit of exercise and watch what we eat, seventeen
senior MPs flew out to Portugal on Sunday enjoying a Euro 2004
freebie - courtesy of health conscious burger giants McDonald's.
The junket comes just days after MPs called for the Football
Association to drop McDonor's as a sponsor.

After watching England's first game, they joined Portuguese
dignitaries for a reception of sherry, champagne and canapes
before a four-course dinner that included starters of melon or
swordfish, main courses of roasted stone bass with spinach or leg
of lamb followed by cheese or the traditional Lisbon almond
dessert Toucinho. SchNEWS scribes just wanna know if they can have
fries with that !



SchNEWS warns all readers. If you're looking for a quickie we've
got a long column full of hard facts to tickle your G-8 spot



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