Solidarity with the anti-gas resistance in Brunsbüttel!

In connection with the Global Gasdown-Frackdown action days last weekend, we wanted show our solidarity with the over 20 local initiatives and environmental organisations resisting the construction of the first German LNG (Liquified Natural Gas) import-terminal in the city of Brunsbüttel, close to Hamburg!

A group of companies, including Dutch company Gasunie, fossil-giant RWE and fertilizer-company YARA, are financing the expansion of European fossil-gas infrastructure, hoping to in the future start importing fracked gas from among others Trump’s fascist USA.
In spite of droughts, hurricanes, and all other catastrophes connected to the climate-chaos they have caused, the ruling-class continues its destructive “business-as-usual”, in the search for nothing else than power and wealth.
… but not without resistance!

In the last months the anti-fossil-fuel movement in Germany has shown its strength in the struggle for Hambach Forest. As the forest is safe for now, it is time to show our determination for a fossil-free world! To show that we are everywhere, and that the struggle continues!

NO MORE “BUSINESS-AS-USUAL”, NO MORE FOSSIL-FUEL EXPANSION!
NO LNG-TERMINAL IN BRUNSBÜTTEL OR ANYWHERE!
BLOCK CLIMATE-KILLING INFRASTRUCTURE, FIGHT RWE!

Read the open letter from the initiatives fighting the project here: http://www.keinco2endlager.de/bi/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/2018_Offener-Brief-Kein-LNG-Terminal-in-Brunsbuettel.pdf (German)

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  1. There is another big problem with the production of natural gas under inhabited places: the earthquakes. As long as “we” still need gas, e.g. as a substitute for the far more dirtier coal, let them import it from Siberia. I always hear people say, oh no, we don’t want to depend on a dictator. However, this dictator depends on us too. And nobody has problems with depending on fuel from the Middle East?
    If you can read Dutch, go to https://www.rtvnoord.nl/aardbevingen with the complete gas related earthquake story in the north of Holland

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