Blog Feeds

Spirit of Contradiction

offsite link The Party and the Ballot Box Sun Jul 14, 2019 22:24 | Gavin Mendel-Gleason

offsite link On The Decline and Fall of The American Empire and Socialism Sat Jan 26, 2019 01:52 | S. Duncan

offsite link What is Dogmatism and Why Does It Matter? Wed Mar 21, 2018 08:10 | Sylvia Smith

offsite link The Case of Comrade Dallas Mon Mar 19, 2018 19:44 | Sylvia Smith

offsite link Review: Do Religions Evolve? Mon Aug 14, 2017 19:54 | Dara McHugh

Spirit of Contradiction >>

Public Inquiry
Interested in maladministration. Estd. 2005

offsite link Oliver Callan: Back in his box

offsite link Elaine Byrne: Lacking moral courage to name names Anthony

offsite link Real democracies and referendums Anthony

offsite link Public Services Card: Some still forced to comply Anthony

offsite link Catholic Church: Dark influence still active Anthony

Public Inquiry >>

NAMA Wine Lake

offsite link Test ? 12 November 2018 Mon Nov 12, 2018 14:28 | namawinelake

offsite link Farewell from NWL Sun May 19, 2013 14:00 | namawinelake

offsite link Happy 70th Birthday, Michael Sun May 19, 2013 14:00 | namawinelake

offsite link Of the Week? Sat May 18, 2013 00:02 | namawinelake

offsite link Noonan denies IBRC legal fees loan approval to Paddy McKillen was in breach of E... Fri May 17, 2013 14:23 | namawinelake

NAMA Wine Lake >>

National Public Service Alliance Leaflet For ICTU Demo

category national | worker & community struggles and protests | opinion/analysis author Friday February 20, 2009 16:32author by pat c Report this post to the editors

Scrap the Levy----National Public Service Alliance

All are strongly urged to turn out with their unions on the ICTU March to-morrow. March begins at 2 pm from Parnell Sq.

Leaflets can be collected at Royal Dublin Hotel, O Connell St, from 1pm on Saturday for distribution in your section of ICTU March. Text of leaflet (not laid out) is set out below.

Next General Meeting of Public Service Alliance, Thursday Feb 26, 8.15PM, Teachers Club, Parnell Sq, Dublin.

All are welcome. Keep up the "grassroots" pressure

A very successful and widely representative meeting of public service trade unionists took place on Saturday last in Dublin in response to the imposition of a selective penal tax on public servants.

The national alliance formed at the meeting called for:

Unconditional and complete withdrawal of the "Levy"

A sustained campaign beginning with a one day national stoppage by all public servants until the "levy" is withdrawn

The establishment of a national pension protection fund to pay private sector workers the pensions to which they have contributed

It was noted that:

A 12% discount was applied by Benchmarking Body in respect of public service pensions in the most recent comparison with private sector pay

The wealthiest 1% who have 87 Billion euro in assets (Central Bank Report) will pay no "levy"

The 20,000 senior executives and self employed in the private sector, who are earning in excess of 200,000 Euro per year (Report of Revenue Commissioners) will pay no "levy"

Regrettably, ICTU has not called for the complete withdrawal of the levy

Next General Meeting, Thursday Feb 26, 8.15PM, Teachers Club, Parnell Sq, Dublin.

All members of Public Sector Unions who support the above objectives of National Public Service Alliance and wish to fight to scrap the levy are welcome to attend. The meeting will provide a further opportunity to keep up the pressure from the grassroots against the levy and to network with others of like mind in
other unions

Paddy Healy, Chairman,

Address: C/O School of Physics,
DIT Kevin St, D8.

Telephone: 086-4183732


author by Paddy Hackett - nonepublication date Sat Feb 21, 2009 14:12author email rasherrs at eircom dot netauthor address author phone Report this post to the editors

This is a piece on the working class and current economic downswing.

attachment Ireland and Economic Depression 0.01 Mb

© 2001-2020 Independent Media Centre Ireland. Unless otherwise stated by the author, all content is free for non-commercial reuse, reprint, and rebroadcast, on the net and elsewhere. Opinions are those of the contributors and are not necessarily endorsed by Independent Media Centre Ireland. Disclaimer | Privacy