Aug 04 2005

Statement from Activists Currently Protesting in the East of Iceland

Statement regarding the action at ALCOA’s illegal building site.

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Today a group of activists invaded the Alcoa construction site at Reydarfjördur and climbed cranes on the site. The aim of this action was to stop the work on the site. Alcoa have been targeted because of their involvement in the Kárahnjúkar dam project and the other proposed dam projects and aluminium smelters in the Icelandic highlands as well as environmental destruction worldwide. The Icelandic high court has judged that the building of the Alcoa factory in Reydarfjördur is illegal; we demand that the construction of this factory is immediately halted in observance of this court ruling.

This action was only one of many that shall be taken against Alcoa and their like in Iceland and across the world. The last clean wilderness in Western Europe, heavy industry must not be allowed to despoil Icelandic nature. This is a call out to the people of Iceland and all in peoples of the earth to stand up and fight against the destruction of our environment and culture.

Enough is enough! No more destruction!

Heavy industry out of Iceland!

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Finnish translations of two statements,

    “Statement from activists currently protesting in the East of Iceland”

    and

    “A Statement from Kárahnjúkar Protest Camp”

    are here:

    http://takku.rbgi.net/article.php/20050805172600500

    In solidarity with stopping the bastards,
    Valle Villaton

  2. Anonymous says:

    thank you …..
    watch out for an article in the finish paper ny tid soonish about the dam building and the protest……

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