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Irish anarchist paper - Workers Solidarity - online

category national | bin tax / household tax / water tax | opinion/analysis author Friday September 19, 2003 17:17author by WSM Report this post to the editors

The latest issue of Workers Solidarity is now online and
can be read or downloaded from The articles in this issue are listed below. There is a PDF file as well as the html pages there

The service charge con
Taking from workers to give to the rich

Review: Rudolf Rocker: Nationalism and Culture
For Rocker, nationalism was the foremost ideology - or mythology - which the
ruling classes were using to bind the working class to them in an ever tighter
form of voluntary submission.

Liberia: The myth of humanitarian intervention
Every so often the newspapers fill with stories of a crisis in some third
world country. We see pictures on our screens of gunmen, starvation and
suffering; inevitably we hear calls for humanitarian intervention.

Review: NEFAC web site
Overall, an excellent, well laid out, up to date site from NEFAC and a fine
addition to anarchism on the "inter-web".

Mutual Aid
Mutual Aid is the fuel an anarchist society will run on. It is also what keeps
capitalist society going in spite of all the hardship, greed, and exploitation
that exists.

Red & Black Revolution 7
In this issue of our magazine, we continue our tradition of dealing with the
pressing issues of the day for anarchists and libertarians

That's Capitalism
Inequality in Britain

Why all the fuss about Aer Rianta?
The state company which runs Cork, Dublin and Shannon airports is to be broken
up if the government get their way.

Blockade the trucks - Don't fall for council scams
As we go to print, the bin charges battle has started in earnest in Dublin
with Fingal Council's attempt not to collect non-payer's bins.

Organising for Change
Just as combining against the bin tax or against the war makes us stronger so
too does combining in political organisations.

Water tax in Northern Ireland
Northern Irish homes are to be subjected to a tax on water, unless enough of
us get together to stop the government's plan.

Fight for a women's right to choose
Belfast High Court refuses to say when abortion is legal
Dublin - Alliance for Choice launched

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author by Benetestapublication date Sat Sep 20, 2003 02:41author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The whole rotten capitalist dungheap is tottering over the edge into the abyss. Amerikkka is going to run up so much debt that it will make Mali look like Switzerland. Seen the Indo today? Ireland Inc is going to have to start paying back the $30bn we got since 1973.... There's going to be some serious unrest in the next few years, I think we could see the end of Saorstát Éireann by the end of the decade.

We live in exciting times for anarchy folks, it's time we started to make some noise.

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