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dublin / summit mobilisations / opinion/analysis Tuesday May 11, 2004 16:07 by Dermot   text 64 comments (last - monday may 31, 2004 12:35)   image 1 image
When there are empowering marches and actions against the state, history can be re-written quickly, especially by the Trotskyists to reflect that nothing would've been possible without their 'Leadership'. Fortunately, due to the March on Farmleigh being organised by the Dublin Grassroots and getting little or no support from the SWP, it is going to prove a little more difficult for them to claim any part in it. In fact less than 48 hours later the Party had issued a leflet condemning us, telling us to Get Organised, and calling us 'Maggie Thatcher's Children acting like capitalist consumers'. Oooh that hurts. It has all the hallmarks of Herr Kieran Allen in one of his parental lectures to the children of the revolution. In any case, this article describes the real involvement of the SWP in the Mayday events and will hopefully pre-empt any more of their attempts to re-write history which have already begun. read full story / add a comment
dublin / summit mobilisations / event notice Tuesday May 11, 2004 14:03 by globalise resistance   text 18 comments (last - tuesday may 18, 2004 19:10)
Where now after May Day for the anti-capitalist and anti-war movement?

Thousands of protestors took to the streets on May Day to show their anger at a world where the profit of a few rich multinationals comes before the well being and survival of billions of people in developing countries. We also protested against the bloody occupation of Iraq and we can see now how hollow the US/UK talk of liberation for the Iraqis was. George Bush is coming in June and we want to see hundreds of thousands on the streets to protest. read full story / add a comment
dublin / summit mobilisations / news report Tuesday May 11, 2004 11:46 by Joe Black   text 12 comments (last - wednesday may 12, 2004 16:25)
5,000 word article on the march by one of the DGN organisers of it. More of an account of the planning, the media and what happened on the day than an analysis of what it all means. read full story / add a comment
dublin / summit mobilisations / press release Monday May 10, 2004 13:13 by Dublin Grassroots Network   text 8 comments (last - monday may 10, 2004 20:32)
May Day organisers challenge criminalisation of dissent
Dublin Grassroots Network, the organisers of many of the May Day protest events, today condemned the effective suspension of civil liberties for the weekend. read full story / add a comment
dublin / summit mobilisations / opinion/analysis Monday May 10, 2004 13:05 by Dublin Grassroots Network   text 4 comments (last - wednesday may 12, 2004 12:07)   image 1 image
It consists of two parts: firstly a chronicle of recent events giving rise to concern from the moment of the banning of the Farmleigh march; secondly a dossier of "dirty tricks" which we prepared before the banning of the march and released on Friday, April 30th. read full story / add a comment
dublin / summit mobilisations / opinion/analysis Monday May 10, 2004 01:02 by Alexander Trocchi   text 63 comments (last - friday june 25, 2004 10:22)
A personal account from a member of the Black Bloc about
the events in Dublin, including anarchist and Irish history and
tactical discussion. read full story / add a comment
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international / summit mobilisations / feature Saturday May 08, 2004 06:37 by danny boy   text 13 comments (last - tuesday september 07, 2004 20:21)   image 26 images
Wombles Panic In Ireland Ahead of The Ashes: Poet begins laying Down Indecipherable Rules for Cricket: Dire Predictions of Millions of English Thugs Determined to Participate. "The press will naturally organise the pre-game panic, with stories about wombles, and muppets and anarchists coming to spoil the bowling and batting.
But don't be put off.
It will be great.
hip hip hur RA!"
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dublin / summit mobilisations / news report Friday May 07, 2004 14:39 by Sean Heffernan   text 11 comments (last - saturday may 08, 2004 07:53)   image 15 images
These are some prictures I took of mayday. More to follow, depdening on what day I'm in the mood to spend ages dscanning them in, that is! read full story / add a comment
national / summit mobilisations / news report Thursday May 06, 2004 21:05 by Labour Youth   text 32 comments (last - tuesday may 11, 2004 10:50)
As well as taking part in the “Another Europe is Possible” demonstration on May 1st, members of Labour Youth were prominent at events over the Bank Holiday weekend organised by the Dublin Grassroots Network. Activists ignored the scandalous hysteria in the corporate media and intimidation by the Gardaí to partake in a number of peaceful actions over the weekend for a Europe based on social needs, not big business wants. read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / news report Thursday May 06, 2004 14:13 by Kashmiri   text 2 comments (last - thursday may 06, 2004 15:56)
Mayday was celebrated with renewed vigor in Kashmir on both sides of the dividing Line of Control between India and Pakistan, at a time when US imperialists and its allies continue to kill innocent Iraqi youth, workers and children. read full story / add a comment
dublin / summit mobilisations / news report Thursday May 06, 2004 14:09 by reporter   text 42 comments (last - monday may 10, 2004 14:13)
The Government set out to thwart civil rights this weekend. It did it to frighten people away from their democratic right to protest and to keep numbers down at demonstrations against President Bush. It will not work. read full story / add a comment
dublin / summit mobilisations / news report Wednesday May 05, 2004 23:29 by Chekov   text 29 comments (last - thursday december 16, 2004 18:44)   video 3 video files
Two videos showing examples of police violence unleashed on protestors on the Navan Road on May day. read full story / add a comment
national / summit mobilisations / press release Wednesday May 05, 2004 21:59 by Laurence Cox   text 8 comments (last - friday may 07, 2004 15:55)
Dublin Grassroots Network welcome the High Court decision to grant bail to the 12 people remaining in custody following the May Day weekend and condemn the District Court's refusal to grant bail to the same individuals earlier in the day. read full story / add a comment
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national / summit mobilisations / feature Wednesday May 05, 2004 21:57 by spear   text 9 comments (last - thursday may 27, 2004 23:22)   image 1 image
While protesters were gathering in Dublin amid the clouds of fake media hysteria, 80-100 people were in the woods in Co. Clare participating in 14 different courses in environmental and ecological trades run by CELT (Centre for Environmental Living and Training). read full story / add a comment
dublin / summit mobilisations / opinion/analysis Wednesday May 05, 2004 20:34 by phillip   text 1 comment (last - thursday may 06, 2004 17:45)
Solidairty in Dublin read full story / add a comment
national / summit mobilisations / press release Wednesday May 05, 2004 20:00 by rory hearne   text 8 comments (last - friday may 07, 2004 02:04)
Press Release- Those charged with public order offences from May Day should have been granted bail in Clover Hill


Another Europe is Possible (the broad alliance that organised the two-thousand strong march and carnival from Central Bank to Heuston Station on May Day) condemns the refusal of bail by Judge John Coughlan at Cloverhill District Court to the twelve men charged with public order offences arising from incidents during the May Day march to Farmleigh House. The men were then forced to go to the High Court where their application for bail was granted. read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / news report Wednesday May 05, 2004 19:15 by hydra   text 4 comments (last - sunday may 09, 2004 20:44)
update on detentions read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / opinion/analysis Wednesday May 05, 2004 18:38 by The Ugly face of Hate   text 22 comments (last - wednesday august 31, 2005 09:23)   image 1 image
Checking your facts...
Agent provocateurs everywhere...
Showing solidarity? read full story / add a comment
dublin / summit mobilisations / opinion/analysis Wednesday May 05, 2004 17:49 by bonz   text 7 comments (last - thursday may 06, 2004 18:48)
A lot of people can be put off by the violence that can erupt at some of these demonstrations. In contrast the front of the Irish Times on Tuesday shows a woman on at the RTS event dancing with an ice cream in one hand and 2 gardai laughing - more of this type of thing I say!! read full story / add a comment
Anarchist confrontational Bloc
international / summit mobilisations / opinion/analysis Wednesday May 05, 2004 15:26 by   text 45 comments (last - monday may 17, 2004 21:21)   image 1 image
This article was posted and appeared several hours ago but has been taken off from the newswire!! Can IMC ireland explain this? read full story / add a comment
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