Saying it with stones
Report from Radioactive Times Volume 4, Number 1, June 2000 (content not updated)
Radioactive Times sends congratulations to the Greenham Common Women's Camp for winning planning consent for a stone circle to mark the site of the camp.
We predict that future generations will recognise it as a power spot.
The many heroic actions of the Greenham activists are examples of sanity standing out against madness - the madness of setting up nation states with divisive power structures, the madness of using distorted economic theories to exclude and exploit the poor, and the madness of creating massive, indiscriminate weapons to defend the privileges of the few. The pinnacle of madness was that the nuclear technology of those weapons brought radioactive pollution to our countryside and our homes, ensuring that the first casualties were us and especially our children.
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