Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/French-Catholic-bishop-Monsignor-Gaillot--left--and-anti-nuclear--pro-independence-leader-Oscar-Temaru-prior-to-sailing-with-Greenpeace-aboard-RAINBOW-WARRIOR-II-to-Moruroa-to-protest-against-French-P-27MZIFQ8BI1.htmlConceptually similarDemonstration by supporters of Oscar Temaru's political party, Polynesian Liberation Front, against French nuclear testing in the Pacific, next to RAINBOW WARRIOR in Papeete harbour, Tahiti.GP0IP2Completed★★★★Crew Meeting on Rainbow Warrior in the South PacificGP0V48Completed★★★★RAINBOW WARRIOR in Tahiti prior to sailing to the French nuclear test zone of Moruroa.GP0I3SCompleted★★★★En route to the French nuclear test site Moruroa, crew members of the RAINBOW WARRIOR II make a courtesy call on the small coral atoll of Hereheretue at the request of the mayor of the island.GP017NBCompleted★★★★Crew members of the RAINBOW WARRIOR II joined Tahiti's largest ever demonstration in Papeete in protest at French President Chirac's decision to resume nuclear testing at Moruroa atoll in September.GP08APCompleted★★★★Master of the RAINBOW WARRIOR Jon Castle holds a press conference aboard the Warrior in Tahiti, en route to Moruroa to protest against French nuclear testing at the atoll. South Pacific.GP0ONVCompleted★★★★★★★The Prime Minister of the Cook Islands Sir Geoffrey Henry addresses more than 1500 people, nearly one quarter of Rarotonga's 8000 population, during a march protesting against French nuclear testing fGP0E5ZCompleted★★★★Preparation aboard the RAINBOW WARRIOR for action against French nuclear weapons testing at Moruroa. The RAINBOW WARRIOR will enter the 12 mile exclusion zone around Moruroa risking storming by FrenchGP01AX1Completed★★★★VEGA, the veteran Greenpeace protest yacht, rendezvous with the RAINBOW WARRIOR II outside the Moruroa nuclear test site where France plans to resume nuclear testing in September. South Pacific.GP0KS4Completed★★★★★★★View AllGP0F6SFrench Catholic bishop Monsignor Gaillot (left) and anti-nuclear, pro-independence leader Oscar Temaru prior to sailing with Greenpeace aboard RAINBOW WARRIOR II to Moruroa to protest against French PFrench Catholic bishop Monsignor Gaillot (left) and anti-nuclear, pro-independence leader Oscar Temaru prior to sailing with Greenpeace aboard RAINBOW WARRIOR II to Moruroa to protest against French President Chirac's decision to resume nuclear testing at the atoll. Papeete, Tahiti, Pacific.Locations:French Polynesia-PolynesiaDate:30 Jun, 1995Credit:© Greenpeace / Steve MorganMaximum size:3072px X 2048pxKeywords:French Government-MY Rainbow Warrior II-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear weapons testingShoot:RAROTONGA/TAHITI 95En route to French nuclear test site Moruroa the RAINBOW WARRIOR II visited Rarotonga in the Cook Islands and Tahiti and joined in massive local demonstrations against France's President Chirac's decision to resume testing at Moruroa.