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Blockading Heritage Destruction.

category national | environment | news report author Friday September 07, 2007 00:44author by EU citizens Action Report this post to the editors

Blockade of Archeologists destroying Lismullen Henge by recording then bagging and bulldozing.

Latest in a series of short films on tara Action Stations.
Currently lot of action around Rath Lugh (Thurs 6th Sept.)
Please network tara defence and get there any way you can.People are coming from across Ireland and from around the world to Defend the Heart of Irelands heritage.
The new Fianna are stirring to defend the desecration of their ancestors graves.

Copy this link:

http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2007/09/380482.html

Take Action keep Networking.
U cant Kill the Spirit of tara

Related Link: http://www.tarapixie.net
author by Admirerpublication date Fri Sep 07, 2007 11:44author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Keep up the good work.

author by Michael Martin - TaraWatchpublication date Fri Sep 07, 2007 12:14author address author phone Report this post to the editors

That young man who is getting pushed by a member of the Garda should make a complain to the office of the Garda Ombudsman asap. Please forward this message to the victim.

Related Link: http://tarawatch.org
author by M. Ni Bhrolchain - CST publication date Fri Sep 07, 2007 23:23author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Thought a photographic record of yesterday at the Church with the PK
Show would be in order. As I was on the panel after the show began I
don't have many after that. Thanks to the others who took some for me.
The crowd grew and grew after the show began, someone said we had 100
people there.
I don't know.
We got some more private shots as well and I'm not releasing them publicly.
Here's the link:

http://s168.photobucket.com/albums/u167/muireanntemair/...2007/
And the link to the show again:
Link to the programme on the RTE site:
http://www.rte.ie/radio/liveplayer_av.html?1,null,200,h....smil

Here's the song on My Space - free download.
It is hoped that there will be a new one with Money Mad Mile included.
http://www.myspace.com/songfortara

Steve Cooney and Liam O Maonlai singing Money mad mile
Steve Cooney and Liam O Maonlai singing Money mad mile

Related Link: http://www.savetara.com
author by T (on behalf) of - Direct Action @ Tara Newspublication date Sat Sep 08, 2007 01:36author address author phone Report this post to the editors

According to one of the latest reports one of the group has been remanded to Mountjoy ladies prison this evening for 1 week. More details to follow later.

author by Tara Supportpublication date Sat Sep 08, 2007 11:26author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The Direct Action Campaign are attending the prison to ensure equitable treatment of
the woman arrested, and to ensure that her legal rights are met. There won't be any
comment on the issue until this is achieved. The rights of the campaigners in
arrest situations should be respected above all.

http://www.tarapixie.net

author by Tara Pixiepublication date Wed Sep 12, 2007 15:59author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Urgent Help
Tara Co. Meath .
Friends Of Tara,

Urgent call for support at Lismullin Henge. Contractors have moved in heavy machinery onto Archaeology site to divert the Sacred Gabhra River. SOS. Your help needed now.

Thankyou.

Vigil Ph : 0861758557

author by Shane - Save Tara publication date Wed Sep 12, 2007 16:41author address author phone Vigil Ph : 0861758557Report this post to the editors

This is an emergency callout from the tara front line at Rath Lugh. We are desperate for more people onsite. There are currently only 20 people trying to stop work all over the Tara Skryne valley plus now the contractors are trying to divert the Sacred Gabhra River. If you are unable to make it up in person then please contribute by sending up some of the following supplies that are badly needed.

-6mm and 12mm polyprop rope
-Appropriate wood for tree houses and signs
-Tarp and Canvis Material
-Cement
-Sand
-Sleeping bags and blankets
-Climbing equipment / harness etc
-Chains and clips
-Head Torches
-Second hand Bikes
-Sealable containers

You can call the vigil phone for directions to Rathlugh or to arrange for a drop off of supplies to site.
Please network this callout.

Thanks

Vigil Ph : 0861758557

Related Link: http://www.savetara.com
author by M. Ni Bhrolchain - Campaign to Save Tara publication date Wed Sep 12, 2007 17:56author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Statement Campaign to Save Tara
Diggers close to the new national monument of Lismullin

The Campaign to Save Tara has learned that there is an attempt at construction by the NRA at Rath Lugh and Lismullin on the route of the M3.

This afternoon, diggers and lorries moved in at both ends of the new national monument and at Rath Lugh, a promentary fort and outpost of the Tara landscape. There are attempts being made to re-route the Gabhra River. Protesters have stopped the work by mounting the diggers. It is reported that the machines are within 50 metres of the national monument.

This is happening as the Petitions Committee is to meet tomorrow (13th September) and as the Government is due to respond to the EUs reasoned opinion (final warning). The EU maintains that the Irish Government should have carried out another Environmental Impact Assessment when the new monument was discovered. This was not done.

The NRA and the Department of Transport are acting in advance of what may happen in Europe. Ireland cannot cherry pick the EU laws that they wish to adhere to. There is a history of such premature activity in the past as when trees were cut down in the dark in January. The monument at Baronstown was destroyed in the middle of the night in July just before documents released by Minister Gormley revealed that Dr Pat Wallace of the National Museum believed that it was as important as the monument at Lismullin.

Related Link: http://www.savetara.com
author by Carmelpublication date Wed Sep 12, 2007 19:19author address author phone Report this post to the editors

There has been an incident reported from the bridge crossing the Gabhra River.

A Landrover was directing a large Lorry hauling 3 huge pipes for diverting the river when the Lorry went into the back of the Landrover. Mark Cleary , Foreman, was on the phone straight away and was heard blaming a female protestor on the route for jumping out in front of them. This is not the case and video evidence of the entire event will be uploaded shortly proving their lies yet again.

author by Tara Supportpublication date Wed Sep 12, 2007 19:37author address author phone Report this post to the editors

You are doing an excellent job and must be wrecked, as usual retain all independent
tech and consider having copies made for legal support of people whose lives
have been turned upside down by the FF/PD/Green Government.

The EU committee will meet, and no doubt the tabloid press will be busy diverting
our collective attention with juicy laundry lists of Ms Larkin and other such concerns
of a press that is manifestly not free. The Green party will be called to account over
their lameness in the issue- even if Gormley's hands are tied, it does not excuse
his willingness to have people criminalised whilst defending the criminals
in the Dail.

http://www.tarapixie.net
http://www.savetara.com
http://www.tarawatch.org

O! btw:- we will be looking out for the breach of EU laws and directives in the run up
to the reform treaty in 2008

author by Michael Martin - TaraWatchpublication date Thu Sep 13, 2007 12:40author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Please come to the 'Love Tara' march coming Saturday.

Saturday, downtown Dublin.
Saturday, downtown Dublin.

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