We want no more weapons made in Kent, sold for profit, and exported round the world. So we’re getting on our bikes to pay our local weapons dealers a visit. Please join us for part or all of the ride, or meet us at one of the companies. See below for more details, check our Facebook page, or email … More Ride Against Kent’s Arms Dealers
Instro Precision, one of Elbit System’s UK subsidiaries, is planning to expand. They’re big and bad enough already: we need to stop them. Please email Thanet Councillors to register your concern. The Planning Committee is meeting on October 21st and may then take a final decision. If you don’t have time to write your own … More Let Thanet Council know what you think about Instro
Thanet Planning Committee is considering a proposal from our favourite arms company to shift production to a site inside Manston airport. If the proposal goes ahead, Instro intends to churn out nearly double the bits and pieces they sell to murderous regimes for ‘targetting’. For Instro-Elbit’s clients, targets are human beings. Once they’ve been targetted, they’re … More Stop Instro’s expansion
Activists aim to stop companies from Broadstairs, Rochester, Chatham, Whitstable and Ashford reaching military-industrial jamboree Arms companies making weapon parts in Kent will be confronted by local protesters from the county when they head to a major arms fair in London in September. The companies being targeted include Instro Precision, whose factory in Broadstairs has … More Press release: Kent-based arms dealers to be confronted in London
Instro Precision hides itself away. It hides out in a corner of an out-of-town industrial estate on the South East Coast of England. It hides the lethal end-use of its products behind a mass of euphemisms, like ‘target acquisition’ and ‘precision contract manufacturing’. And Instro hides its owner and controlling company, Elbit Systems, which is Israel’s largest military company. … More What is Instro hiding?