Irish Anti War Movement

Sat 5th June 2pm Garden of Remberance Dublin - Flotilla Deportees to Speak in Dublin

05/06/2010 - 14:00

Date(s): 5 Jun 2010

Time(s): 2:00PM

Area: Dublin

Venue: The Garden of Remembrance, Parnell Sq

Flotilla Deportees to Speak at Mass Demonstration in Dublin on Saturday

IPSC Calls for huge mobilisition

Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign

Press Release - 2nd June 2010, 4.30pm

Protest the Israeli Murders! Demo Today!

31/05/2010 - 18:00


The Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign has called a protest for this evening at 6pm, assembling at the Spire on O’Connell Street, Dublin 1 which will then march to the Israeli Embassy in Ballsbridge.

Protest Poster Murders on Flotilla 31 May 2010

Speakers at the event will be Aengus O Snodaigh TD and Chris Andrews TD, both of whom were refused access to the flotilla by the Cypriot authorities after coming under severe pressure from Israel. The IPSC is calling on people in Ireland to show their outrage at this murderous attack against unarmed solidarity activists by coming out on the streets tomorrow.


The heresy of the Greeks offers hope

John Pilger | Published 20 May 2010

The heresy of the Greeks offers hope

As Britain's political class pretends that its arranged marriage of Tweedledee to Tweedledum is democracy, the inspiration for the rest of us is Greece. It is hardly surprising that Greece is presented not as a beacon, but as a "junk country" getting its comeuppance for its "bloated public sector" and "culture of cutting corners" (Observer). The heresy of Greece is that the uprising of its ordinary people provides an authentic hope unlike that lavished upon the warlord in the White House.

The crisis that has led to Greece's "rescue" by European banks and the International Monetary Fund is the product of a grotesque financial system that itself is in crisis. Greece is a microcosm of a modern class war rarely reported as such, but waged with all the urgency of panic among the imperial rich.

No to war – No to NATO

DRAFT Platform paper of the international coalition “No to war – No to NATO”[1]
3rd draft            3rd draft

PROTEST at TRIAL of the Women against Raytheon: Belfast Laganside Court

17/05/2010 - 00:00
17/05/2010 - 10:30

PROTEST at TRIAL of the Women against Raytheon

Belfast High Court  Monday 17th May 2010


The trial of the 14 members of the Derry Anti War Coalition charged with a range of offences is - unexpectedly - back on for  Monday 17th May. The 14 include 9 women charged with burglary and attempted criminal damage as a result of their occupation of the Raytheon plant in Derry  on 12 Jan 2009 during the Israeli assault on Gaza. The five men were arrested while demonstrating outside in support of the women.


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