St Paul's gets marching orders
January 18, 2012 19:00Tagged as: culture environmentalism free_spaces occupylondon occupylsx repression social_struggles solidarity
Occupy St Paul's
Occupy London is calling out to supporters of free speech to head to St Paul's immediately to support the camp against a possible eviction in the next 72 hours.
The move comes after a High Court judge agreed to the City of London's case for eviction of the tent city, which comes on the back of the three-month celebration of the camp that has attracted thousands of people in the last three months.
The emergency general assembly held on Tuesday night called was already looking at different options for the future, and these were tweeted after the verdict. The three options being looked at are a non-violent resistance to the eviction, setting up camp elsewhere or spreading to the outlying areas of London. Cooper QC has vowed to appeal on Thursday after the prosecutors put a 4pm deadline for such an appeal to take place the day after the court.
People with ideas, energy and enthusiasm have been urged to turn up at St Paul's to confront the tyranny of the city and help St Paul's during this tough time.