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Forum Post: Occupy Oil the Sequel 22nd May 2012

Posted 2 years ago on April 21, 2012, 5:58 p.m. EST by blacbloc (0)
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Occupy Oil the Sequel
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gbXnBXoTzI&feature=youtu.be Tuesday, 22 May 17:00 until 19:00 Worldwide, Shell Oil

OccupyOil the Sequel: The road to SHELL is paved with bad intentions....... BLOODY MONEY, Tar Sands, Rossport, Niger Delta

On the 8th of Feb this year Occupy Oil held it first day of mass action. Shell Stations across the UK and indeed further afield were blockaded or picketed. We are back and on the 22nd of May 2012 we are holding Occupy Oil the Sequel,Shell Oil will be holding their AGM in The Hague with an audio-visual link to a satellite meeting place in London http://www.shell.com/home/content/investor/shareholder_information/agm/

We are calling on all occupiers, groups and individuals to come together and send a clear message to Shell Oil.

Niger Delta Shell Oil in the Niger Delta have done untold destruction, the oil giant's 2008 spills have wrecked livelihoods of 69,000 people and will take 30 years to clean up Guardian Article from 2011 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2011/nov/10/shell-nigerian-oil-spills-amnesty

Rossport, Co Mayo, Ireland The Oil giant continues to destroy the community of Rossport, Co Mayo Ireland. Read more about the Shell to Sea campaign here. www.shelltosea.com

Tar Sands Royal Dutch Shell is one of the largest players in tar sands, producing approximately 276 000 barrels per day or roughly 20% of total exports from Alberta. Shell has put forth applications to expand its capacity through new mines and in situ projects, to a projected 770 000 barrel per day capacity. However, strong community resistance to Shell has damaged their reputation with both shareholders and the public. Indeed, Shell has been named in five lawsuits related to tar sands developments and has faced shareholder resolutions demanding greater clarity over the risk of tar sands investments. UK Tar Sands Network http://www.no-tar-sands.org/

It’s time to make a stand. On 22nd of MAY 2012 we will Occupy Petrol Stations across the GLOBE. We call on activists to organise yourselves into affinity groups and join this action world-wide. Make banners, get sound systems and pick targets. As the date approaches we can co-ordinate actions for maximum impact. Let’s send another shot in our war against the global elites.

occupyoil@risup.net

www.occupyoil.co.uk http://risingtide.org.uk/ http://www.climaterush.co.uk/ www.shelltosea.com http://www.no-tar-sands.org/

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