Account of last week's protest here: http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2007/10/383011.html
French oil company Total is one of the biggest foreign investors in Burma. It has been propping up the violent and oppressive regime there for years. It has even used army-imposed forced labour to construct a gas pipeline across the country.
People in Britain have been protesting outside Total garages and offices all week with demos in places like Bradford, Oxford, and London - now it's our turn!
Protest at the Total Garage, Cathedral Road, Cardiff, 11am Saturday 13th October.
Assemble: 10.30am outside Glamorgan Staff Club, Westgate Street to march on the garage.
As the media's attention span wanes a full-scale state and military backlash against Burma's people is underway. Demonstrators are being routinely rounded up, put in prison, and tortured, and more monks are being murdered and beaten every day.
Let's target the companies that prop up Burma's murderous military dictatorship and let them know that they can't get away with supporting despots with impunity.
Bring banners, placards, and whatever else you expect to find - wear saffron or dark red if you want to.
This demonstration is called by the South Wales Anarchists - all are welcome, and please spread the word to your networks!
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