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National - Event Notice
Wednesday June 04 2014
01:00 PM

Taking The Stand

category national | workers issues | event notice author Tuesday June 03, 2014 15:26author by Con Carroll Report this post to the editors

Solidarity with employees of Paris Bakery

who cares, often we can allow apathy to set in. yet in Dublin 2014. we are now witness to events taking place at Paris Bakery Moore St

Wednesday 4 June. the migrant rights centre are having a picket on the Dail. at 13.00
they have also asked people to sign online email. which is addressed to an Taoiseach. Mr. Enda Kenny. see www.mrci.ie
if this was to happen to Irish people whos employers refused to pay their staff their wages there would be a out pouring onto the streets. yet we once again have see, that in the case of people who are non Irish Nationals. their rights as people have been walked on. this time staff at Paris Bakery have been involved in occupation. have we forgot about the situation which happenedd on Irish Ferries
where has been the out rage of journalists employed in the Irish media

author by Jimmy Bobpublication date Tue Jun 03, 2014 15:45Report this post to the editors

Such Treatment of Employees is not exclusive to Immigrants , This has happened to many Irish Native People over the years , of course it is wrong and not acceptable , but to suggest this is unique to Immigrants is laughable.

In fact the Bakery is owned by Immigrants , the big losers are also the Irish People as the co-owner Yannick Forel said he owed a total of €130,000 to the Revenue Commissioners, staff and creditors , so Irish People are losing out on tax money also

 
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