From British daily The Morning Star:
A personal affront
(Thursday 21 December 2006)
OF all the peace activists in Britain, the Scots are the ones who seem to take Trident most personally.
And it’s no wonder, since the British government has chosen to plant the obscene monstrosities slap bang in the middle of their backyard, thus making Scotland a prime target in time of war and a sitting duck for any terrorist attacks that might be planned, not to mention the far more likely event of a nuclear accident.
“We desire,” they say, “that Scotland be known for its contribution to international peace and justice, rather than being a launch pad for waging war” and who could disagree with those sentiments?
Proposal to tax Trident: here.
Japanese mural against nuclear weapons: here.
Nuclear victims of Bikini here.