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Shannon Peace Camp -Thurs 24th - Photos

category clare | anti-war / imperialism | news report author Sunday June 27, 2004 07:39author by Noise Hacker Report this post to the editors

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author by iosafpublication date Sun Jun 27, 2004 15:59author address author phone Report this post to the editors

people will still remember Shannon and its many camps.
They'll say "that was Bush".
Some may say "that was Iraq".
Some may say "that was the War".
Few will say "that was Bertie".
Very Few will say "that was Democracy".
Even Fewer will say "that was civil disobedience proven, rights asserted, consistent campaigning with conviction, courage and a simple message".
I'll be one of those.
Almost no-one will say "that was Osama's fault".
I'll be one of those as well.

You did it. All of you. & you each have either photos or mentions or names in european media and global media and archive to prove it. If your grandchildren ever become interested in researching the internet, you'll be able to give them a google term.
They'll laugh at you, fondly, for using that quaint retro-word.

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author by James - the anti-work socialite partypublication date Tue Jun 29, 2004 16:57author email themarshometer at hotmail dot comauthor address author phone 045 432552Report this post to the editors

Hey all,

just a quick thank you to everyone who stayed at the peace camp at the weekend, Me being the unprepared wreckhead that i am arrived down in shannon with little more than a spare t-shirt and a half litre of water, so cheers to everyone who made food and distributed it savage tucker all round.Thanks to all the people who played music and sang on friday night through the rain keeping spirits up.Thanks to whoever was playing rancid on their stereo on saturday morning, theres nothing better than waking up to Time Bomb without even having to get up to put on the stereo.Thanks to everyone i talked to over the weekend and and i hope to see you all again the next time a violent fundamentalist despot comes to our fair isle for a pre-election vote grabbing photo-op.

author by PaperClippublication date Wed Jun 30, 2004 09:01author address author phone Report this post to the editors

In solidarity from Vancouver, Canada.

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author by tinfoil hatpublication date Wed Jun 30, 2004 13:43author email pere_ubu_9000 at yahoo dot comauthor address author phone Report this post to the editors

Never mind Paperclip. He's just another foaming-at-the-mouth moonbat leftist.

I think the reason these anti-U.S. protests are getting less and less turnout, is that most people are beginning to realise just how vaccuous they really are.

Love the picture of the hippy chick cooking up the inevitable pot of vegan lentil stew. Does anyone actually eat that stuff?

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author by Raypublication date Wed Jun 30, 2004 13:55author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Here to teach the vermin the error of their ways, no doubt. Follow the link to see what I'm talking about...

(There were about 150 staying in the Peace Camp on Friday evening. Most of us hadn't arrived when the photos above were taken.) (Some people did cook a very tasty vegetable stew that evening, and provided lots of other food too. Great work, much appreciated)

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author by Daniel Litvin - strawberry hill ecofarmpublication date Sun Jul 04, 2004 21:59author email marjand at conwaycorp dot netauthor address 3 Hopkins Lane Conway, Arkansas USAauthor phone 5013295360Report this post to the editors

I am enjoying so much looking at all the great protest photo's from Ireland.
You are a great people of hope.
Thanks so much for protesting our shamefull coorporate power leaders. And the media responsible for a kind of ignorance.
The poor find it neccesary to serve in the military where the pain of derision, humiliation, and racism prepare them for war. Thanks to you all.

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