Members of the Incarcerated Workers Organising Committee have issued a message of international solidarity with workers in Myanmar and the Blood Money Campaign.Continue reading IWW Prisoners Solidarity With Blood Money Campaign
Statement by Derry Anarchists in solidarity with the people of Greencastle, Co.Continue reading #Derry Anarchists: End Toxic Gold Mines – Not The Earth!
It is within times of crisis when the thin veil of neoliberalism slips to reveal the emperor is not wearing any clothes. It exposes the sheer inefficiency of capitalism to cope with human crises and cater for the most basic human needs.Continue reading Isolation is Communal – #COVID19
Ireland. March 29, 2020. Statement by the Workers Solidarity Movement in times of the coronavirus.Continue reading Workers Solidarity Movement: The struggle against #Covid-19 is also political
Ireland. March 28, 2020. Statement by the IWW Ireland in times of the coronavirus.Continue reading #IWW #Ireland: Capitalism is the Virus – Class Solidarity is the Cure!
Ashes to Ashes, Crust to Crust – A revival in the Dublin squatter scene.Continue reading #Dublin: New social centre
On Saturday the 22nd of February there was a protest held outside the Russian embassy in Dublin, Ireland in solidarity with anarchists and anti-fascists being persecuted by the Russian state.Continue reading Soli-demo at Russian Embassy in #Dublin for ‘Network Case’ (Ireland)
“If you remove the English army tomorrow and hoist the green flag over Dublin Castle, unless you set about the organization of the Socialist Republic your efforts would be in vain. England would still rule you. She would rule you through her capitalists, through her landlords, through her financiers, through the whole array of commercial and individualist institutions she has planted in this country and watered with the tears of our mothers and the blood of our martyrs.”
-James Connolly, Irish Republican & Labor LeaderContinue reading For Irish freedom and working class power
We learned at lunchtime today (December 5, 2018, EIE) of the tragic news that Alan MacSimoin has died. It was sudden and hit us hard. Alan was a social historian, political activist, trade unionist and great supporter of the Come Here To Me! project from day one.Continue reading Alan MacSimoin (1957-2018) – #Dublin Historian and Political Activist
Yesterday morning, activists from the autonomous feminist initiative Kattenkwaad in The Hague, took action against the sexist outcome of a court case in Ireland. They went to the embassy of Ireland and decorated it with thongs!