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Import tara strategy meeting

category national | history and heritage | event notice author Thursday November 22, 2007 21:02author by Michael Martin Report this post to the editors

Important meeting on Hill of tara coming Saturday
Road-take, Rath Lugh / Lismullin
Road-take, Rath Lugh / Lismullin

A general campaign meeting will be held coming Saturday, November 24th, at 4 p.m. in the vigil camp (tipi) on the Hill of tara. Members of all tara campaign groups and individual campaigners are invited to participate in this highly important tara campaign strategy meeting.

Please come to the vigil area on the Hill of tara coming Saturday. Everybody is welcome.

author by ?publication date Fri Nov 23, 2007 15:49author address author phone Report this post to the editors


I am interested in the democracy of the issue- are CST.TW.S.I.Pixie. sending people to the meeting.
is it direct action or another blatant attempt at co-option and amalgamation. at the very least if
this meeting is supported on the varied llists then it should be so advertised with links for
list members.

author by NicSuibhne - Nonepublication date Fri Nov 23, 2007 19:13author address author phone Report this post to the editors

This meeting as stated very clearly is for "Members of all Tara campaign groups and individual campaigners ". It is hoped that in an open forum at a general meeting those people who are genuinely interested in the campaign to re-route the M3 can have their say and put forward their suggestions. The progress of the campaign (on the ground) is currently paralysed by in-fighting between groups and attitudes just like that expressed above.

The destruction of the Sacred Valley will not be stopped by "Pixies" or by "CST" or "TaraWatch" or "The Independents". This meeting is being called so that "the people" (who so many campaigners will claim they represent ) can become informed and involved. It is not necessary to bring a label or a position to this meeting, just a desire to work together with like minded people to SAVE TARA. It seems that many are loosing sight of the real issue here. While campaign groups struggle for power and recognition Roestown has been lost, Baronstown has been lost, and on and on and on.

Please bring yourself, and your desire to change this destruction by legal and non violent means. That is all that is required.

Teamhair Abu

author by eyeeyepublication date Sun Nov 25, 2007 13:12author address author phone Report this post to the editors

in the picture above, in the centre, on the route, above the excavated brown area, there are two heaps of spoil from excavations. The near mound is fresh spoil, but the far one is older, covered in foilage. This larger mound of spoil, is it older than the current road excavations? Where is it from?

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