G8 move to Camp David – all out on May 19‏

G8 Moving to Camp David

Protestors claim victory, to continue plans to march on May 19th

Today, the White House announced that the G8 summit,scheduled for
Chicago on May 19-20, will be moved to Camp David, although the
NATO summit will still take place in Chicago.

The Coalition Against NATO/G8 War & Poverty Agenda (CANG8)
and Occupy Chicago issue the following statement:

The G8 moving to Camp David represents a major victory for the people
of Chicago. The leaders of the 1% are moving because of the overwhelming
resistance to the NATO/G8 war and poverty agenda in Chicago.

Our city is filled with tens of thousands of people who are struggling to
keep their heads above water, fighting against the effects of the economic
crisis caused by the leaders who would have been gathering here.

The communities of Chicago are fighting tosave their schools, keep healthcare
available, and to defend their jobs from cutbacks that are a hallmark of the
governments of the G8.

The city has carried out a campaign to intimidate and vilify protesters,
claiming that protestslead to violence. In fact, the mainsource of violence
in the world today is the wars being waged by NATO and the US.

“We will march on May 19th to deliver our message:
Jobs, Housing, Healthcare, Education, Our Pensions, the Environment: Not War!

We and tens of thousands will be in the streets that day for a family friendly
rally and march, with cries so loud they wll be heard in Camp David and across
the globe. We will be in the streets that day to fight for our future, and speak
out against the warsand their cutbacks are designed to benefit the 1% at the
expense of the 99% of the world.”

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