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Susan George video: Why we should vote No to the Lisbon Treaty- Again.

category dublin | eu | news report author Thursday February 19, 2009 20:48author by Feminist Open Forum Report this post to the editors

Useful activist and information video on the consequences of a possible re-run of the Lisbon Treaty, by Susan George author activist and campaigner for the interests of Civil Society.

The long awaited Susan George video is now available to watch and share- you know you want to!
She addressed a packed meeting of the newly formed feminist Open Forum on January 23rd.

Stuff Susan's written:
How the Other Half Dies (Penguin) 1976.
A Fate Worse Than Debt (Penguin) 1988
The Debt Boomerang (Pluto Press) 1992
The Lugano Report: On Preserving Capitalism in the 21st Century 1999
Another World Is Possible If (Verso Books) 2004

Contact: feministopenforum@gmail.com tel. 086 0704036

Related Link: https://www.indymedia.ie/article/90705

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author by Sister Georgepublication date Fri Feb 20, 2009 14:26author address author phone Report this post to the editors

I am looking for a feminist group to campaign with against Lisbon mark 2. I met a woman named June who had some very interesting information from one of the all too frequent previous EU referenda, 1 but I lost contact with her. I used some of the Libertas, Peoples movement and Cuac and Sinn Fein leaflets during LIsbon 1 but this time I am going to concentrate on feminist material only.

author by cropbeye - Nonepublication date Sun Feb 22, 2009 17:39author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Excellent !

The connections with the Banking crises and thinking behind Lisbon

Lot's more people should get involved there is still a lot to do.

author by Dave G.publication date Sun Feb 22, 2009 21:30author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The single most effective thing that the Irish people can do to position Ireland for recovery over the next 2 - 4 years is to reject the Lisbon Treaty. Retain whatever independence we have in the economic sphere, however little.
If we accept Lisbon then we create a production line homogenous European policy that will leave us on the fringes of recovery for 5 - 10 years.
Reject Lisbon and retain the option to pressure our own government to get us out of this mess.

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