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IRSCNA: Hands Off Libya!

category international | anti-war / imperialism | press release author Sunday March 20, 2011 22:22author by IRSCNAauthor email irscna at irsm dot org Report this post to the editors

A statement condemning the imperialist attacks on Libya.


20 March 2011
Irish Republican Socialist Committees of North America

Hands Off Libya!

On behalf of the Irish Republican Socialist Movement, the Irish
Republican Socialist Committees of North America condemn the
imperialist attacks on Libya.

A coalition composed of the United States, France, Britain, Canada,
and Italy have begun launching strikes on Libya designed to cripple
that nation's air defenses.

Whatever one thinks of the regime of Muammar Gaddafi, the conflict in
Libya is an internal matter to be decided by the Libyan people, not by
imperialists with an eye on Libya's oil.

Although the imperialist coalition claim their actions will not include
troops on the ground, if this should change, Iraq and Afghanistan prove
such invasions are humanitarian, economic, ecological, and political
disasters. Libya could be as bad or worse, considering the rebellion is
confined to one eastern region, and the other areas would likely resist
an invasion.

Barack Obama proves once again that he is an agent of imperialism, just
as much as his predecessor. It is long past time for the working people
of the United States to wake up to the reality that they have the power
to create real change by tearing down the whole rotten power structure
and replacing it with one that represents the interests of the workers.

In conclusion, the IRSCNA demand an immediate cessation of imperialist
military attacks, and we say to the imperialist thugs, hands off Libya!


Irish Republican Socialist Committees of North America
PO Box 5174
Champaign IL 61825

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