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Protest at the Queen's visit to the Rotherham Death Park

Chris | 18.11.2010 15:08 | Anti-militarism | Energy Crisis | Technology | Sheffield

A small group of protestors were joined by a small group of fans at the Queen's opening of the "Factory of the Future", Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre in Rotherham on 18th November 2010.

The Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre is sponsored by the University of Sheffield, Boeing and Rolls-Royce.

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18.11.2010 21:01

the head of our corrupt state is visiting rotherham's advanced manufacturing park for a ground breaking ceremony to open the nuclear research facility on site with rolls royce

this park is going to be the training ground and knowledge transfer centre for all new nuclear developments on top of this companies such as castings technology international are making parts for drones, Taranis Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle, the Joint Strike Fighter, the M777 Lightweight Howitzer and the Future Naval Gun.

Royal Visit to Death Park!

War lords Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh will visit Rotherham's cutting edge DEATH PARK 'factory of the future' this week!

They will tour the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre at Catcliffe on Thursday. This sick global research facility is the experiment centre of heavy construction, nuclear, aerospace and defense corporations. Boeing, Rolls Royce, BAE, and UK and US Military all have their talons in this centre supported by the Sheffield and Manchester Uni's. Casting Technology International one of the businesses already operating at the park makes parts for 'drones' (unmanned aerial and ground vehicles) on site as well as other defence hardware for such instruments of death as the Taranis Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle, the Joint Strike Fighter, the M777 Lightweight Howitzer and the Future Naval Gun.

How lovely for the queen to be able to view first hand the innovative and advanced technological solutions of how to profit from death, raping of the earth and oppression of the people.

The Advanced Manufacturing Park has already been operating for over a year and now her Majesty will be leading a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of construction for the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (NAMRC) with Rolls Royce. She will also visit University of Sheffield, Sheffield Cathedral and the Gripple Factory.

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Display the following 11 comments

  1. Smashing — Mr Lizard
  2. Small group? — James
  3. welldone — artfulldodger
  4. definitely a group — groupie
  5. lizards — a radical jew
  6. Dave M — Dave M
  7. Lizards — R4V
  8. Nuclear Royalty — Noah Finnity
  9. Top lizard — Paul
  10. They're not happy! — Dave
  11. nice one for being there. — twiddle