The point may be to turn kettling around or aside, and instead aim towards the Temporary Autonomous Zones of Bey. The occupations did this, and served to build protestor understanding and morale. How practical, with forethought and provisioning, would it be to turn a kettle into a camp as Rowan suggests?

Geographies of the Kettle: Containment, Spectacle & Counter-Strategy — Rory Rowan – The Division of Needs – Jim Richardson

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