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ISN on the Lisbon Treaty - Vote No

category national | anti-capitalism | other press author Friday May 23, 2008 09:41author by isn'er Report this post to the editors

The text of an article on the Lisbon Treaty from Resistance no. 6, the May/June issue of the Irish Socialist Network paper, can be found at the following link:

www.irishsocialist.net

Other articles in the most recent issue of Resistance (which can be obtained free-of-charge by emailing irishsocialistnetwork@dublin.ie) are:

'France and the EU Constitution' (by Francois Duval, editor of Rouge, the weekly paper of the LCR)

'Building a European Empire?' (by Roger Cole - PANA)

'Libertas and the media' (by Ed Walsh - ISN)

'The ISN' (by Fintan Lane - ISN)

'Support the raytheon 9' (by Paul Moloney - ISN)

'Riots in Finglas - an interview with John O'Neill'

'Elect Kieran Allen as General Secretary of SIPTU'

Available in the usual outlets or from irishsocialistnetwork@dublin.ie

Related Link: http://www.irishsocialist.net
author by isn'erpublication date Fri May 23, 2008 09:45author address author phone Report this post to the editors

And there's a review of a recently published history of the Irish Labour Party.

author by supporterpublication date Sat May 24, 2008 17:14author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Good to see there's no refs to soveirgnity, neutrality or any of the other non-arguments that some of the nationalist-left are blethering on about. And there's no talk of fighting for a 'better' and 'more democratic' EU. Good. The reasons for voting No revolve around neoliberalism, privatization and miltarism. Those are reasons enough. The EU itself is a failed political entity.

author by Culchiepublication date Sat May 24, 2008 18:52author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The only reason that the EU can be said to be 'a failed entity' is that it has no teeth and that surely is what the Lisbon Treaty is about.

A YES vote from Ireland will give the EU all the power that it needs to weild and govern a European super state equal to that of the USA.

Long Live the EU !

author by supporterpublication date Sat May 24, 2008 20:02author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Fair play to Culchie. At least he's being honest. More of that type of honesty from the Yes side and we'll hammer them into next year come June 12th!

author by Séamuspublication date Sat May 24, 2008 20:39author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Good to see there's no refs to soveirgnity, neutrality or any of the other non-arguments that some of the nationalist-left are blethering on about.

So we can take it from this that the ISN are economist or gas-and-water socialists?

author by supporterpublication date Sat May 24, 2008 20:53author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Soveirgnty is a sham in an age of globalisation.

Neutrality doesn't exist in an age of shannon airport.

Why is it that some elements of the left continue to trundle out old left-nationalist arguments against the EU? The EU should be damned because it serves the interests of capital not because it offends nationalist myths about Irish 'soverignty'. Hocus pocus.

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