Sunday, April 30, 2006


MURDERED BY TOTAL (warning: article contains graphic images)

"This week the regime has continued with a new military offensive, committing horrific human rights abuses against civilians of the Karen ethnic nationality. More than 11,000 people have been forced from their homes and are now homeless in the jungle with no food or medical supplies.
Regime soldiers are killing with impunity, even shooting children and beheading people. Despite this, on Thursday 27th April, the European Union renewed the EU Common Position on Burma (the joint EU government policy on Burma) without taking any steps to increase pressure on the regime. In effect they are saying that no further pressure needs to be put on the regime, everything is fine. This is disgraceful."

1. Without Total the regime would not have the money to carry out this genocide; the genocide is directly funded by people filling up at Total.....

2. Total make the French government millions of dollars per year and in return France shapes the EU Common Position on Burma to allow the genocide to continue-Total stops EU intervention.....


Friday 12th May is an Interntional Day of Action against Total- please protest at your local Total station or take part in the national protest at:

Total Oil HQ

33 Cavendish Square, London W1G OPW.


Nearest tube: Oxford Circus.

If you are outside the UK you can find out if there is a protest in your country at



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