While ago we mentioned a Dialog Devil drive-by-barricade torching itself and closing down the entire Mordor of Fennovoima-Rosatom site for most of the working hours on 12th of April.
Oh, well. Guess what? Things got fiery for the second time. On 18th of April someone closed down the entire traffic to Fennovoima-Rosatom construction with yet another burning barricade.
We found yet another anonymous communique from the do-it-yourself -news portal Takku.net. We as a camp of course still have nothing to do with all these spontaneous self-combustions, but we do know that the Reclaim the Cape -action week does draw different creatures from their hideouts. As the original post is in Finnish, we do you the courtesies of translating it:
“Good morning Fennovoima – a burning barricade at Pyhäjoki
We bid the Fennovoima-Rosatom worker’s welcome to their construction and started our own action week against Fennovoima early on Monday 18.4.2016 by blocking the entire traffic to the construction site by building and torching a barricade made of car tires on the only road leading to the site. With this we prevented the works to begin on time. Barricade was torched at 5.30 AM and work is set to start at 6AM.
Fennovoima desperately tries to build a nuke plant together with Rosatom and others to the Hanhikivi peninsula, destroying the local unique nature totally as they go. Let’s stop Fennovoima!”
Yes, we checked what was left of the barricade. And yes, the traffic did stand for a good while, slowing down the Mordor of Fennovoima-Rosatom. With just one single road leading to construction, it’s rather vulnerable for such incidents – that we must say. If truck’s don’t get to drive in, diggers soon run out of anything to do.
We’ll see, what Reclaim the Cape -action week will bring. It’s looking promising already.