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Successful Shell To Sea Benefit held in Derry

category derry | anti-capitalism | press release author Wednesday October 15, 2008 22:57author by MAOR Derryauthor email maorderry at gmail dot com Report this post to the editors

On behalf of Derry MAOR, we would like to take this opportunity to thank the management and staff of Sandino’s Café Bar for their kind and exceptional help and assistance in making possible the recent Punk benefit night to highlight the ongoing Shell to Sea campaign in North West Mayo.
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In doing so, we would like to extend our appreciation to the bands for their support and talent from The Lobotomies, Axis Of, Death Warrant and Anti -State who without their energy and commitment such an enjoyable evening itself would not have been possible for the Derry public who turned out to express genuine solidarity with the ‘Sea To Sea’ Campaign.

This event helped create greater awareness and knowledge of a multinational company known worldwide for having destroyed entire communities; incite government corruption and profoundly damaging protected ecosystems from the continents of Africa and America to the shores of this country and more specific the west coast of Mayo.

With the aid of the Irish administration, such multinational Oil companies have attempted to impose their might on the people of North West Mayo for the last 7 years. By doing so, they have torn apart entire communities by ignoring their overall human rights and concerns. Not to mention threatening their health and safety by bribing both neighbours and politicians alike, with the confiscation and illegal occupation of their lands, all this with the protection of private security firms as An Garda Síochána at the cost of over 10 million euro.

In closing, we would again call upon everyone in locally throughout the North West to Mobilise, Act, Overcome and Reclaim our rights to our country’s own natural resources as it is the belief of MAOR that this is just the beginning.

For those who sadly missed a great evening and for those who wish to find out more, they can do so by visiting our website at www.maorderry.blogspot.com or else www.corribsos.com

Ard Mór

MAOR, Derry

Related Link: http://www.maorderry.blogspot.com
author by Eamon O'Coilea'in - Republic of Irelandpublication date Fri Oct 17, 2008 12:52author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Jeez, looks and sounds like a great night, I'm still in great pain an on crutches otherwise I would have been there. But it's amazing that people are still carrying on with the campain from all corners of Ireland. Wish I was there; but for that guilty drain that took me down into it. Thanks from Erris and the rest of IRELAND. Keep your heads up: There is a national meeting sat, so maybe I'll see you there.

author by Mayo Manpublication date Sat Oct 18, 2008 00:52author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Sounded like a great night, sorry i couldn't be there!

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