Irish Anti War Movement


Britain’s Royal Air Force has been compelled to bring the Red Arrow war show a half an hour forward to avoid the 99 Red Balloon Peace Event in Galway tomorrow. Both the war show and the peace protest by the Galway Alliance Against War were due to begin at noon. Now the RAF killers, all of whom have been involved in military combat, will take to the air at 11.30am.


Photos show US soldiers 'raping prisoners'

Photos show US soldiers 'raping prisoners'

Obama censors images of Abu Ghraib abuse

Thursday May 28 2009

PHOTOGRAPHS of alleged prisoner abuse which Barack Obama is attempting to censor include images of rape and sexual abuse, it has emerged.

At least one shows an American soldier apparently raping a female prisoner, while another is said to show a male translator raping a male detainee.

Further photographs are said to depict sexual assaults with objects including a truncheon, wire and a phosphorescent tube.

Another shows a female prisoner having her clothing forcibly removed to expose her breasts.

Details of the content emerged from Major General Antonio Taguba, the former army officer who conducted an inquiry into the Abu Ghraib jail in Iraq. Allegations of rape and abuse were included in his 2004 report but the fact there were photographs was never revealed.

Marksmen To Protect RAF Killers From Deadly Red Balloons

Marksmen threaten to shoot down peace festival fun.

Galway Alliance Against War have recieved a threat that marksmen snipers will shoot-down the 99 red baloons to be released at the GAAW peace festival protesting the display by the RAF Red Arrows over Galway bay.

An e-mail from a "Patrick Morrisson" was sent to the GAAW e-mail account. Some of the content has been deleted so as not to offend ordinary, decent folk.
The remainder of it goes, " Those balloons won't be going into the air on Saturday be assured. A team of 6 will be at vantage points near the Spanish Arch with Airsoft Rifles. Any balloon we see will be immediately popped before it reaches 5 feet into the air. Get a life"

Distant voices, desperate lives - John Pilger

History teaches us that when no one listens, tragedy ensues. Sri Lanka’s Tamils face terrible suffering. They urgently need to be heard

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Liam O Maonlaí (of Hothouse Flowers) condemns the Red Arrows in Galway

Well, the campaign against the Red Arrows continues to gather momentum. Liam O Maonlaí of Hothouse Flowers has agreed to condemn the Red Arrows display and call for support for our 99 Red Baloon event on Saturday at his gig in Galway tomorrow evening (thursday).
Galway Hooker Assoc. also made statement through local/national media that they are disappointed with Red Arrows invite  to Galway Ocena Race Stop-Over.
And our protest received good coverage in yesterday's Irish Indo -(tuesday)
please do what you can to register your complaint to local/national media.
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