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Date Fri, 14 May 2004 17:16:01 +0200 (CEST)


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Below are the latest additions to the Sturggle site which includes the
complete press release archive for the Dublin Mayday summit protests and a
long account of the main demonstration.
All can be accessed via http://struggle.ws/new.html
Property is theft
Why the theft of over 4 million by a PA from the bank accounts of three
financial high-flyers exposes the con at heart of capitalist economics.
Destroying Iraq in order to save it
On the US attacks on Fallujah, the logic of occupation and how we can end
it.
The Revolutionary Ideas of Bakunin
An introduction to Bakunin's ideas to mark the 190th anniversary of his
birth. Find out why he is still worth reading today.
Review of "Hurrah for anarchy!" - Anarchism: Its Philosophy and Scientific
Basis by Albert R. Parsons
Review of the book by one of the Haymarkets Matyrs
May 1st - The long march on Farmleigh
In terms of the development of a libertarian movement in Ireland the march
on the EU summit at Farmleigh will probably be seen as a turning point.
For the first time the movement mobilized large number of people from
outside its own ranks, in a demonstration that was in direct defiance of
the Irish governments attempt to ban such demonstrations.
Archive of DGN press releases
Dublin Grassroots Network press releases for the EU summit protests
The real Mayday street party is still on
The Government may have cancelled its 'Beautiful Night' concert in
O'Connell Street, but the real Mayday weekend street party is going ahead.
Dublin Grassroots Network seeks clarification on Mayday powers for police
and army
Huge disruption is to be caused to Dublin by the EU ministers' Dublin
Castle photocall, which entails the closing of Dame Street, and the
Farmleigh banquet, for which Europe's largest public park is to be sealed
off by a rumoured seven miles of razor-wire, water-cannons, soldiers and
armed gardai.
Will gardai be allowed to shoot protestors?
Mayday protest organisers have called for clarification on police and army
powers for the Mayday weekend
Mayday organisers reject GRA allegations
The Dublin Grassroots Network, who are organising a weekend of events this
May Day to highlight "Fortress Europe", have sharply criticised recent
statements from Garda Representative Association (GRA) general secretary,
PJ Stone, as heightening tensions and criminalising the right to protest.
Royston backs down over May Day protests
Dublin's Lord Mayor Royston Brady has been forced to admit that the May
Day protests planned in Dublin are legitimate and that "every citizen has
a right to make a peaceful protest".
Mayday protests will not be cancelled - organisers
Mayday protests events in Dublin will go ahead, organisers insisted today
(Thursday). They were responding to a garda decision to ban protests on
the weekend when Ireland hosts the EU summit.
Grassroots Network invites Dubliners to join May Day events
Dublin Grassroots Network has called for the people of Dublin to join in
May Day parties and protests and make their voice heard in the face of
Garda attempts to prevent the events and unfounded scare stories.
Bertie, gardai have lost the plot, say protestors
Gardai and politicians have lost the plot completely and are saying the
first thing that comes into their heads
Government 'putting gun back into Irish politics'
The Government is "putting the gun back into Irish politics" by deploying
armed gardai and soldiers to deal with May Day protests, according to
protest organisers.
May Day Protest Dress Rehearsal
Come and see what is really planned for May Day in Dublin this weekend.
Demonstrators challenge anonymous smear campaign against right to protest
One of the main groups organising protests against Dublin's EU summit in
May has criticised an anonymous smear campaign aimed at undermining the
right to protest.
"All Aboard For May Day Mobilisation in Dublin"
Cork activists of the Grassroots Network are on their way to Dublin for
the major mobilisation in the capital this weekend.
Arrests confirm pattern of garda harassment
The arrests of three protestors in Dublin last night (Tuesday night) have
been branded by protest organisers as simply the latest in a campaign of
garda harassment in the run-up to next weekend's protests.
May Day organisers condemn Polish represssion
Dublin Grassroots Network, which is organising a Mayday weekend of events
for an alternative Europe, today condemned the repression of activists
campaigning against the World Economic Forum in Warsaw.
Dublin Grassroots: Saturday march not cancelled - April 30
Dublin Grassroots Network reject in the strongest possible terms
allegations made in recent television news that our Saturday "Bring the
Noise" march has been "cancelled".
Organisers condemn banning of May Day march
Dublin Grassroots Network, the group organising the "Bring the Noise"
march to Farmleigh House at 6 pm on Saturday evening, has condemned Garda
measures announced yesterday evening which amount to the banning of the
march
Banned march went ahead2
We have shown that it is not so easy to take away democratic freedoms. You
can break people's bones. You can throw them in jail. But they will still
assemble. And they will not give up the right to protest so easily.
Injured protesters were denied access to hospital
The Dublin Grassroots Network has expressed concern at the non-reporting
of injures caused by the Garda attack on demonstrators on the Navan road
on Saturday evening.
Attempt to criminalise protest overturned
Spokespeople for the Dublin Grassroots Network welcomed this afternoon's
High Court decision, which overturned the District Court's refusal to
grant bail to May Day protestors
Civil liberties were suspended for "security operation"
Dublin Grassroots Network, the organisers of many of the May Day protest
events, today condemned the effective suspension of civil liberties for
the weekend.
Fortress Dublin? The criminalisation of protest and the demonisation of
dissent
This dossier is a very brief list of events, all of which can be readily
documented from obvious sources (media archives, Indymedia).It consists of
two parts: firstly a chronicle of recent events giving rise to concern
from the moment of the banning of the Farmleigh march; secondly a dossier
of "dirty tricks" which we prepared before the banning of the march and
released on Friday, April 30th.
May day spokespeople resign en masse - May 13
We volunteered to do a particular job. Now that job is done, our mandates
are over
Archive of DGN documents
Information other than press releases
No Borders, No Nations - March 4
The consolidation of the EU's immigration policy has led in one direction:
Fortress Europe. This is the policy of a Europe that cares only about
profit and economic expansion, at the detriment of human life.
Protect the right to protest: Dublin Grassroots Network this Sunday -
April 3
Please come to the next Dublin Grassroots Network meeting and lend a hand.
Even if you are unable or feel too intimidated to come out on May Day, you
can help us with publicity, media work, finance or legal support.
No Borders camp details
On Sunday May 2nd the Dublin Grassroots Network will be opening a
temporary No Borders camp to welcome asylum seekers and refugees to
Ireland.
Open letter to Garda Commissioner and Minister for Justice (and his reply)
In the wake of media scare stories surrounding security plans for Mayday,
the Dublin Grassroots Network once again seeks clarification
Dossier of "dirty tricks"
May Day organisers: government "inciting a riot"


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