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(en) Russia, Tomsk anarcho-syndicalists campaign against MOKS fuel

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Date Wed, 19 May 2004 23:23:01 +0200 (CEST)

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13th of May anarcho-syndicalists from KAS in Tomsk of Siberia held their
second picked against plans to build a plant producing nuclear MOKS fuel in
the city of Seversk of Tomsk oblast. Old guard of anarcho-syndicalists was
positively surprised for good turn out of anarcho-punks and other youth. A
weird provocation was organised against picket - a group of paid
demonstrators was brought with a bus from Siberian chemical combinate, these
folks had placates against alcoholism, narcotics, carelesness in road
traffic and disappearance of Salmon from river Tomi. Obviously, they were
brought in to tune down anti-nuclear message of the ecological picket, and
provocation gained some success since much of the media took interviews from
this group, which claimed that problem with nuclear fuel is "secondary". But
alltogether Tomsk anarcho-syndicalists consider their picket succesfull,
since it gained attention of both media and passers by.

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