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Wednesday, 27 August 2008

Fitwatch at Carnival Against Vivisection

Saturday 6th September, 12 Noon, Grass verge opposite Ledbury Train Station

The animal rights movement has suffered vast amounts of repression over the years - repression which only seems to be getting worse.

This call is for not only anyone attending the Carnival Against Vivisection to join in Fitwatch tactics, but also to encourage those who would not normally attend an animal rights event to join us. It is vital we act in solidarity with each other to tackle the FIT and police repression.

FIT are on the run, and even they are admitting the successfulness of what we are doing. Our tactics are working, and we need to keep up the pressure.

Join us, and join the fight back against police bullying and repression.

Fitwatch is a tactic to fight the FIT by all means necessary. Anyone can fitwatch, and it can be as confrontational or pacific as you want.


Another call for Fitwatch

7 comments:

Munchy said...

Keep up the good work! :D

Anonymous said...

Looking forward to a trip to Ledbury.... The local cops are slightly anxious that no one has contacted them about the demo...
They used the local press to appeal to the organisers to contact them! No surprise they got no takers.

Anonymous said...

http://www.malverngazette.co.uk/news/local/3647518.Demo_supports_jailed_Sean_Kirtley/

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWQvMMzFK04

vid from the demo has been posted here. Nice to see the fit watch folk annoying the rozzers at the demo

Anonymous said...

60 people at at 'national' demo? There are no words except failure!

Anonymous said...

Oh - I don't know - what about Pathetic? That would seem apt - once again a load of sound an fury from FITWATCH - what did it signify today?

Anonymous said...

There were at least 200 in Ledbury on a pissy wet Saturday afternoon. Not a bad turn out. Particularly as we do live in a rather apathetic country.
Quite a lot of support from locals as well, which has not always been the case in the past.
If you don't stand up for what you believe in or to support people who have be treated badly by the authorities then maybe you think about that when you get in trouble and banged up for what you might have reason to protest about.
If you cannot see what is going on with our civil liberties then you might have to see an optician to get some stronger glasses.