German people in unprecedented rebellion against government: 1000 injured in protests in nuclear protests: police at breaking point

Thursday, November 11, 2010
By Paul Martin

By Jane Burgermeister
AxisofLogic.com
Wednesday, Nov 10, 2010

Axis of Logic correspondent and guest writer, John Spritzler (Boston, MA) sent this report by Jane Burgermeister to us with his introductory comments:

The German people stopped a train–guarded by 17,000 police troops!– from delivering nuclear reactor radioactive waste that would have endangered people. This report of events in Germany emphasizes the non-violent aspect of the rebellion, but some of the protestors, contrary to the philosophy of nonviolence, applied force: “A water cannon truck [that would have been used by the police to remove protestors] was blocked by tractors.” Despite it being contrary to the philosophy of nonviolence, it seems like an excellent thing for the protestors to have done. -John

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German people in unprecedented rebellion against government: 1000 injured in protests in nuclear protests: police at breaking point

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