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George Monbiot- the nuclear lobby’s poster boy

Monbiot,-George-puppetArrest Monbiot website launched on the eve of Chernobyl’s 28th anniversary  By mariannewildart on April 25, 2014

A website has been set up on the eve of the 28th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster.

The website calls for the Arrest of the Guardian newspaper’s columnist and  “leading environmentalist”  George Monbiot.

Monbiot has been a key player in persuading government ministers, many environmentalists and those who have been groomed to trust his judgement, that new nuclear is to be  embraced and “loved” as a solution to climate change.   Far from being a “solution” nuclear contributes to climate change with thermal heating of the oceans, profligate use of fossil fuel and fresh water – and diversion of resources from renewables.  Even if it were a “solution” it would be the final solution making large tracts of land uninhabitable, farmland unusable, the bounty of the sea uneatable,  and the air  unbreathable………….

The aim of this website is to encourage repeated attempts to arrest George Monbiot:


April 26, 2014 - Posted by | Uncategorized


  1. Reblogged this on Radiation Free Lakeland and commented:
    Arrest Monbiot “website of the week”

    Comment by mariannewildart | April 26, 2014 | Reply

  2. Thank you so much for highlighting the website. It has already had twice as many “shares” as any other posts on Radiation Free Lakeland. My guess is that it will be purposefully ignored by Monbiot and by the mainstream media …. To have strong opposition to nuclear compliance, out in the ether and out on the streets is to counter the increasingly strident and entrenched pro nuclear propoganda and create our own platforms.

    Comment by mariannewildart | April 26, 2014 | Reply

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