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Cork in support of Porturlin prisoners and Erris Community

category cork | rights, freedoms and repression | news report author Friday July 13, 2007 14:13author by Elinor - Cork shell to sea Report this post to the editors

This morning cork shell to sea members staged a promenade and vigil along the Quays and on the two main bridges in the city centre. The theme was grim, protesters wore black gowns, carried "deathly" Erris water bottles and regailed passers by with depressing stories of recent events in Erris.
Patricks Bridge
Patricks Bridge

During this mornings rush hour cork shell to sea members who were unable to travel to Erris to offer solidarity at this mornings picket staged a vigil and grim promenade on the two main bridges in the city centre in Cork.
Taking advantage of the date friday the 13th and the fairly miserable weather the theme was bleak. Support was good plenty of horn honking and people stopping to show spport, ask questions and read the various leaflets. Black humour proved a usefull strategy for drawing peoples attention and putting a smile on a few wet workers faces !

' Would you care for a drink ?'
' Would you care for a drink ?'

author by shellshockedpublication date Fri Jul 13, 2007 19:09author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Perhaps it should read 'Would you find me a job?'. I'm so pissed off with people who have enormous time and energy to do everything but work .

author by mayo person.publication date Fri Jul 13, 2007 19:40author address author phone Report this post to the editors

i have to laugh at shellshocked.if everybody was like you i d hate to think what the world would be like!
i always think 2 types of people work for companies like shell.Thickos and people who dont care and do anything for money.
at least peoples in cork still care!
Thank You Cork Shell To Sea.

author by OAPpublication date Fri Jul 13, 2007 23:05author address author phone Report this post to the editors

well done Cork S2S. You're a long way from the action but you know injustice when you see it.
Thank You.

author by cablepublication date Sat Jul 14, 2007 20:42author address author phone Report this post to the editors

we're in England for a couple months but would like to support S2S in their campaign against the rape of Erris. how can we send message of solidarity to the Porturlin Three?

author by Elinor - Cork shell to sea publication date Sun Jul 15, 2007 19:07author address author phone Report this post to the editors

As the Porturlin 3 are currently out on bail you can contact them care of Pat O Donnell, Porturlin, Ballina, Co. Mayo.
Future contact details will be posted on www.shelltosea.com

I am sure that shell shocked will be reassured to learn that everyone on fridays action in Cork works at socially usefull and rewarding jobs aswell as all the unpaid hours they put in to create a better world for all of us.

 
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