Cardiff Anarchist Network at the main gate.
Rythyms of Resistance at the rear gate.
War is a serious business.
The star attraction.
Thames Valley Police Forward Intelligence (sic).
Where there's muck, there's SERCO.
Plain clothes police. (Out on a limb?)
Remberance of occupations past.
Danger, serious organised criminals at work.
Do your bit for the war effort.
Cardiff Anarchist Network were blocking the main gate apparently undettered by such potential pitfalls.
At the rear entrance the barriers were lowered and the gate locked at the mere threat of samba, and a who's who of repression lined up just in case - SERCO private security (operators of Colnbrook immigration prison), RAF Police, MOD Police on the inside, and Thames Valley Police eventually outside.
Two plain clothes cops approached some demonstrators, enquiring if they'd "been to Mildenhall yet" and "What group are you with? You don't look like Swindon Stop-the-War".
Inside the gate a group of confused looking hawaiian-shirted & hula-skirted partygoers stood around refusing to dance.
This time the gates were reopened after a couple of hours and a few arrests, but next time...
bring the war home