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Thursday January 01 1970

National Protest Against FF & IMF/EU Cuts and Bailout for Bondholders

category national | anti-capitalism | event notice author Saturday November 27, 2010 00:25author by Angry Citizens Report this post to the editors

Stand up and fight for your rights

There is a national protest against the FF and IMF/EU imposed cuts and bailout for the financial oligarchy.

Assemble at 12 noon this Saturday, Nov 27th at Wood Quay, Dublin City. March is to the GPO, O'Connell St.

There is a national protest this Sat (Nov 27th) against the IMF/EU imposed austerity and cuts which are being handled locally by the FF government. This week the country officially lost all control of its economic destiny. It is now in the hands of unelected private individuals within the IMF and EU establishments.

The protest is officially called by the ICTU union mainly to try and head off the political steam and control it so that nothing can fundamentally change.

However throughou the length and breadth of the country citzens everywhere are rightly very angry and many are organising amongs themseleves and taking their own initiative to at the very least show this government how angry they are at this whole sorry saga.

We are all going to pay and be impoverished for the so called bondholders. Why are these people so special? Government is supposed to be for the people, not for the bondholders. How is this democratic? These bondholders and speculators are financial terrorists because they terrorize the population of every country they attack and use their manipulations to influence governements, international institutes, change the course of economies so that they are turned into machines to provide them interest payments through overpriced property and funny money to banks and governments. On top of all that they actually produce nothing! They are the ultimate parasite feeding off the backs of people.

So get out there, organise locally and come to the protest.

The march will go from Wood Quay sometime after 12 noon with the plan to arrive at the GPO between 1pm and 2pm.

author by children_of_lirpublication date Sat Nov 27, 2010 16:01author address author phone Report this post to the editors

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2010/1127/....html
"Approximately 50,000 people marched in Dublin this afternoon in a protest organised by the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (Ictu) against the Government’s austerity plan."

author by clairepublication date Sat Nov 27, 2010 16:15author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The only way to win this one is

to sack the governement now

They will sign our wealth away if we don't.
And standing there shouting at em does not even intimidate these B'stards.

author by clairepublication date Sat Nov 27, 2010 16:17author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Standing out there is one thing, but with the cold and the gardai around this is not going to last long.
If only a group could get into leinster house and sack them all.

author by Ben Amipublication date Sat Nov 27, 2010 16:21author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The last line in the IT article above :

" The business group Chambers Ireland said the protest was “out of touch with reality”. "

WTF LOL who the hell is Chambers Ireland ???

author by opus diablos - the regressive hypocrite partypublication date Sun Nov 28, 2010 14:33author address author phone Report this post to the editors

...the chambers of commerce, i'd venture, rather than the chamber of wax imitation horrors, these bookills are the genwine article.

The American Chamber(Lenihan addressed them during the week, rather than addressing us he prefers US)is generally recognised globally as a nerve centre for doing the economic engine-driving for the Chicago Mob kleptonomic style we are about to become accustomed to living in. Often the locus for CIA directorships. Check out Tim Weiner's Legacy of Ashes for recent update on the state of play.I got it in Easons.Also Nick Turse's The Complex, on the progress of that military/industrial complex Eisenhower warned about as he handed over to JFK in early '61. JFK thought he could beat them. Obama did for a while, but he got the message and buckled.Saves ammo.

 
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