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Derry - Event Notice
Saturday December 18 2010
03:00 PM

Derry: Anarchism, the rich and the struggle against the cuts down south

category derry | anti-capitalism | event notice author Friday December 10, 2010 12:20author by WSM - WSM Report this post to the editors

Public meeting in Sandino's bar Dec 18.

The population of the south have just been subjected to the toughest austerity budget that western Europe has seen in 30 years. Yet the tax hikes that targeted the low paid and those on average income actually saw the richest 1% gain! Someone earning only 15,000 euro could be paying nearly 6% more tax but someone whose income is a million will be paying 6% less tax.
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Andrew Flood from the Workers Solidarity Movement will be revealing the class war that the wealthy 1% are waging against workers and the poor and looking at why the unions have failed to seriously resist it despite the ability to mobilize tens of thousands. He will also talk of the work of the 1% Network, an alliance of left groups, in highlighting the wealth already held by that 1% and demanding a general strike to resist these attacks.

Sandino's bar, Water street, Derry.. Saturday 18th December @ 3pm

RSVP on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=166470986724136

Related Link: http://www.wsm.ie
author by Andrew - WSM publication date Fri Dec 17, 2010 11:15author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Due to the weather conditions we've reluctantly decided to postpone tomorrows meeting in Derry until the next year. We'll let you know when the new date is set. Apologies for the postponement once more.

(editors if you want to confirm this the postponement is also announced on the WSM site)

 
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