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Peoples News issue no. 99 Date: 16 – 2 – 14

category national | eu | other press author Tuesday February 18, 2014 23:28author by O. O'C - The People's Movement Report this post to the editors

Table of Contents below

THE PEOPLE’S NEWS contains comment on developments in the EU from an Irish and democratic perspective

Back issues of the newsletter are available from the website http://www.people.ie/

The Peoples Movement Blog http://www.irishreferendum.org/

The Peoples Movement Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/peoplesmovementireland?ref=hl

http://www.people.ie/news/PN-99.pdf

Peoples News No. 99
Contents
P 1. War - monger Van Rompuy tells Munich Conference: "We [The European Council] Are Ready to Use Military Force"
P 1. Germany beats the drum

P 3. Tell them they are not wanted here. No to austerity! – No to militarisation!

P 4. 100 and still going strong!
P 4. Whatever happened to Charlie McCreevy?

P 5. Cheerleaders for austerity revealed

P 6. Towards a More Authoritarian EU

P 9. Now they all wanted a bail – in … except our partners in Europe!

P 10. We’re all corrupt except the EU!

P 11. The story of the painful 3% deficit limit

P 11. German political parties fail to criticise new belligerence

P 12. Big Bankers laughing all the way to the Banking Union

P 13. Merkel again calls for EU Treaty Change in Bundestag

author by Fredpublication date Wed Feb 19, 2014 05:08Report this post to the editors

A good read as usual. Thanks for this o.

author by Gary Boyne - The People's Movementpublication date Fri Feb 28, 2014 18:52Report this post to the editors

P 3 of this issue of Peoples News. Tell them they are not wanted here. No to austerity! – No to militarisation!

The Peoples Movement will be holding two protests at the above event on the twin themes of EU austerity and EU militarisation. The political congress, which will be attended by Merkel, Barroso, van Rompuy etc. is to select a candidate for the position of President of the EU Commission. Over 2,000 delegates are expected to attend.

Friday 7th March The first protest will commence at 9:00 and end at 10:00. We will assemble at the Custom House at 8:45. During this period, delegates will be arriving for the plenary session that will select a candidate.

Friday 7th March The second protest will commence at 13:00 and end at 2:00. We will assemble at 12:45 at the Custom House. During this period, the result of the election will be announced; there will be a press conference etc.

It is important that the international media do not think that all Irish people relish EU austerity or that we are not aware of the rush to militarise the EU. So please try to support one or both of these protests.

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Related Link: http://www.people.ie
author by Gary Boyne - The People's Movementpublication date Fri Feb 28, 2014 18:55Report this post to the editors

P 4 of this issue of Peoples News.. 100 and still going strong!
Friday evening on the 7th March at 6:00 the Peoples Movement will have a get-together at 6:00 upstairs in the Palace Bar in Fleet St (Westmoreland St end of Temple Bar) to mark the 100th edition of the Peoples News. There will be hard copies available and some CDs with the complete run!

Little did we think when we first published People’s News in June 2004 that it would reach a hundred issues and still be going strong!

So, to celebrate the hundredth issue, why not drop in to the Palace Bar in Fleet Street, Dublin (near the corner of Westmoreland Street), on Friday 7th March for a pint or coffee and a chat.

It’s a chance to make new acquaintances and to renew old ones. We’ll be upstairs from 6 p. m

Related Link: http://www.people.ie/news/PN-99.pdf
 
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