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dublin / summit mobilisations / feature Saturday February 25, 2006 17:52 by kevin   text 220 comments (last - sunday november 26, 2006 23:41)   image 73 images
Rioting in Dublin in protest at the marching of the Orange Order on Sat February 25th 2006. Pictures and video. A crowd of 500 counter-demonstrators burnt cars, smashed British-owned businesses and threw missiles and a petrol bomb at Gardai in the center of Dublin as they attempted to stop the march by the loyalist paramilitary associated "LoveUlster" group. Several Gardai were hospitalised. read full story / add a comment
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international / summit mobilisations / news report Saturday February 18, 2006 10:56 by Aubonne Support Group   text 5 comments (last - monday february 20, 2006 16:57)   image 4 images
The facade of a trial against the police ended in a not guilty verdict with little chance of their victims ever receiving compensation. As the verdict was read out this lunchtime the activists walked out of court shouting that they had had enough of this bullshit. The whitewashed trial of two police officers in Switzerland, acquitted of the charges of causing severe bodily harm. The two victims narrowly escaped with their lives after a police officer cut a climbing rope during a protest action against the G8 in Evian, France in 2003. Despite clear video evidence that the police officers had cut the rope the judge supported police impunity by ruling that they had made mistakes but that these were understandable in the context of the stress they were under!

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international / summit mobilisations / news report Thursday February 16, 2006 19:08 by Aubonne Support Group   text 3 comments (last - friday february 17, 2006 18:20)
The prosecutor (lawyer of state) is demanding that the two policemen be acquitted. He is clearly trying to turn the situation upside down and make the accused (aggressors) into the victims of the police intervention...

The verdict will be announces Friday, 17th of February at 11.45 am. We call for everyone to come to the court for the verdict.

A more detailed briefing & best quotes of today, Wesdnesday can be read below.

Before that you can have a look at this Report of the Swiss television where Martin is making a point (click at video streaming) read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / news report Tuesday February 14, 2006 10:19 by Aubonne Group   text 4 comments (last - thursday february 16, 2006 11:17)   image 3 images
Prosecuting the police involved in the Aubonne Case

In June 2003, an affinity group of people from around Europe, including Irish, German, French, British, Dutch and Belgium blockaded the Aubonne Bridge with a climbing action in order to stop a G8 delegation from reaching the summit in Evian. The police cut the climbing rope and nearly killed two activists. Now the policeman who cut the rope and his senior officer are in court. They are charged with body harm with negligence… read full story / add a comment
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national / summit mobilisations / event notice Wednesday January 18, 2006 00:51 by jack white   text 2 comments (last - thursday january 19, 2006 12:18)   image 1 image
Hi folks.

In the last few months people have had to pay fairly heavy fines and court costs. We want to cover some of those costs and get ready for the few cases that are still on the way. read full story / add a comment
national / summit mobilisations / opinion/analysis Wednesday December 14, 2005 17:11 by Sacha   text 3 comments (last - wednesday december 14, 2005 18:58)
In the wake of the anti-G8 protests in Gleneagles and Edinburgh Matti from the libcom.org group takes a critical look at the protests. read full story / add a comment
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international / summit mobilisations / feature Tuesday December 13, 2005 21:32 by Ed Lee   text 17 comments (last - monday december 19, 2005 18:02)   image 27 images
An estimated 5000-10,000 (still preliminary) protestors gathered in Hong Kong's Victoria Park and marched their way to the Exhibition Centre where the WTO 6th Ministerial Conference has just begun.
Protestors from all over south-east Asia expressed their solidarity with cultural gatherings and workshops. But the most hyped group are the South Korean farmers who made headline news when Lee Kyeong-hae commited suicide at Cancun 2003. read full story / add a comment
national / summit mobilisations / opinion/analysis Tuesday December 13, 2005 17:16 by Billy O'Flaherty   text 3 comments (last - thursday december 15, 2005 14:06)
One of the problems that charities have experienced in the last twenty years or so has been what is referred to as ‘compassion fatigue’. read full story / add a comment
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international / summit mobilisations / news report Tuesday November 22, 2005 15:22 by Comhlámh   text 1 comment (last - wednesday november 23, 2005 17:02)   image 1 image
1 Dáil Debate on WTO Hong Kong


2 Understanding Hong Kong - an educational poster read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / other press Monday October 17, 2005 15:38 by iosaf   text 5 comments (last - monday march 19, 2007 13:39)   image 1 image
"Must we allow these men, the two unholy men of our millennium, who in the same way as Hitler and Mussolini formed [an] unholy alliance, form an alliance to attack an innocent country?"
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"The voice of Mr Bush and the voice of Mr Blair can't decide who shall rule in Zimbabwe, who shall rule in Africa, who shall rule in Asia, who shall rule in Venezuela, who shall rule in Iran, who shall rule in Iraq,"
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"Is this the world we desire? The world of giants and international terrorists who use their state muscle in order to intimidate us? We become the midgets,."
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"Where are their democratic tenets? Where is their morality? Where is their compliance with the salient principles of good government?" read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / news report Saturday October 01, 2005 00:04 by Revolt Video   text 33 comments (last - thursday october 06, 2005 10:28)   image 10 images   video 1 video file
The film covers the day of blockades in an agit prop, music video style. It tries to explain the frustration of the previous 2 days of being " penned in " by the police at protests and the contrast between the direct action blockades and what was going on at Live 8.

Tech stuff: This video was encoded with the Xvid open source codec.

Install Xvid on Pc http://www.koepi.org/XviD-1.0.3-20122004.exe

How to get Xvid running on Mac http://www.unitethecows.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-876.html


If you have footage that you think will go well with this film please contact us at the above email, please do the same if you have any suggestions or comments. read full story / add a comment
this a symbol of peace & co-operation, the flattened earth is what we've to work to.
international / summit mobilisations / other press Thursday September 15, 2005 13:55 by mandarin of muesli   image 2 images
"the 2005 World Summit is a once-in-a-generation opportunity for the world to come together and take action on grave global threats that require bold global solutions. It is also a chance to revitalize the United Nations itself. It is, in short, an opportunity for all humankind." - Secretary General Kofi Annan.

Ireland sent Bertie and Dermot Ahern. Think about that for a moment and consider the quality of intellect, sincerity, ability, that the Ahern brothers' representation of your state implies for the quality of that sent by the other 153 nations. read full story / add a comment
sligo / summit mobilisations / press release Thursday September 08, 2005 21:48 by Sligo   text 19 comments (last - tuesday september 13, 2005 18:34)
The 'Shell to Sea' group are organising a 'Justice for the Rossport 5' march, rally and benefit in Sligo on Saturday September 10th. read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / event notice Thursday September 08, 2005 14:09 by Michael   text 1 comment (last - thursday september 08, 2005 15:49)
MakePovertyHistory sitout - Friday 9th September - Government Buildings - Merrion St. - 6pm to 6am

Please try and come along, even for an hour, between the above times.

Please e-mail/pass on to all that you know.

A child dies every 3 seconds from poverty realted causes. read full story / add a comment
national / summit mobilisations / event notice Monday August 22, 2005 13:19 by guydebordisdead   text 17 comments (last - friday october 21, 2005 13:49)   image 3 images
The Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis will take place in the Gleneagle Hotel Killarney on Friday the 21st and Saturday the 22nd October 2005.

This year’s Ard Fheis will see the Fianna Fáil organisation take centre stage. Vigorous debates among delegates on the major issues and policies of the day will be a priority, while we will also be focusing on the development of our party membership, our organisational structures, and the need for Fianna Fáil to assert its position as the most dynamic political party in Ireland today. read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / press release Thursday August 11, 2005 12:12 by dave   text 1 comment (last - tuesday august 16, 2005 23:55)
URGENT APPEAL FOR SOLIDARITY read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / other press Saturday July 16, 2005 16:07 by Paul
Last night at the Eco Village in Stirling for the Irish barrio. We build and burn a Wickerman to celebrate.

Fire, music, poi and sacrifical teddy bears!

German flag burnt at the end, roll on G8 2007! read full story / add a comment
donegal / summit mobilisations / event notice Friday July 15, 2005 15:22 by Ruairi   text 1 comment (last - thursday july 21, 2005 16:17)
Please come along to the McGill Summer School in beautiful Glenties, Co. Donegal next
Thursday July 21st at 2pm. read full story / add a comment
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