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(en) Ireland, Working Class Resistance (WCR) #9

Date Tue, 12 Jul 2005 08:22:44 +0300

In order to raise funds for the ongoing Just Books Campaign,
Organise! have just published a special 16 page edition of our
popular bulletin. Contact us for your copy!
Class War: the attack on working people. page 3
Cutbacks, charges, poverty and division are the hallmarks of an
increasingly confident capitalist assault on working class people.
This is a class war – a war we must fight with all the resources at our disposal.
Election Time is Here Again:
building a working class alternative. page 4

Politicians won’t tackle the real issues eating away
at the heart of society. We need to build real
alternatives ourselves.

Symbols Explained: Red and Black flags and Wild Cats.
page 5

The origin and meaning of the red and black flag and
the black cat.

Education, Education, Education. page 6

Al looks at how the mantra of Tony Blair measures up
with reality in the north.

Asylum Seekers on Hunger Strike
As Opposition to Irish State Racism and Deportations
Grows. page 7

The increasingly grave situation surrounding the Irish
governments deportations and inhumanity, Ann Kay
argues for humanity, solidarity and a free world –
against racism, deportations and all governments.

May Day – International Workers Day. page 8

Garth McClure looks at the origins of May Day, origins
that lie in the execution of four anarchists in
Chicago in 1886 for organising workers in the fight
for the eight hour day. In 1889 the International
Working Men’s Association (the First International)
declared May 1st an International Working Class
holiday commemorating these victims and all victims of
the bosses opposition to workers struggle. The
struggle continues today.

Migrant Workers Fighting Back. page 10

GAMA workers take on fraud and brutal exploitation.

IWA-AIT XXII Congress. page 10

The Anarcho-Syndicalist International held its XXII
Congress in December 2004.

Sympathy for the Devil – the death of a Pope. page

Saint or Devil? A look at the reign of Karol Wojtila
as Pope John Paul II.

Just Books – looking for a new home. page 12

More than just a bookshop – the project started by the
Belfast Anarchist Collective in 1978 is looking for a
new premises.

Organise! Who We Are – a statement of aims and
principles. page 14

Contacts & Merchandise. page 16
malatested - Sunday 01 May 2005 - 12:19:59 - - -
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Join the Just Books Campaign!

Just Books was an Anarchist 'bookshop' that was opened
by the Belfast Anarchist Collective back in June 1978.
Just Books was more than just a bookshop however, the
premises included a cafe and print workshop and
provided a focal point for the collectives many
activites until it closed shop sixteen years later in
June 1994.

The Just Books collective disappeared for a while
after that but in recent years we have provided book
stalls at the Belfast May Day celebrations at St.
Georges Market, at numberous Grassroots Gatherings and
at other events. Our third catalogue is currently
being compiled.

Just Books are working towards opening a new centre in
Belfast. We are aiming to have things up and running
in time to mark the 70th anniversary of the beginning
of the Spanish Revolution - July 2006. To do this we
need some active solidarity.

Again we want to make Just Books more than just a
bookshop. We envisage a solidarity centre in Belfast
that incorporates accessible resources and information
for workers in struggle - in a premises providing a
multi-lingual resource library, a bookshop, meeting
space, internet access and a coffee shop. Ideally we
would also like to include a print workshop and a
projector for showing films. These are possibilities -
we are asking for your support in order to achieve

At the minute this is how you can help:

Donate books to our multi-lingual resource library
(hundreds of titles have already been collected).

Buy a tee-shirt, printed by Organise! to raise funds
for Just Books. The design is a wild cat (you all know
the one) with Solidarity is Strength in text. Red ink
on black shirt or black ink on red. These are
available for £8.00 or 12.00 euro, plus a couple of
quid postage from the Just Books email address.

Buy a copy of ‘A Wee Black Booke of Belfast
Anarchism’, by Mairtin O'Cathain, for £2.50 or 3.75
Euro and printed by Organise!. Again all the money
raised from sales of this pamphlet will go to Just

Come to one our fund raising events… details to follow
as they are confirmed.

Put on a fundraising event for us.

If you are in Ireland request Just Books collective
stalls at your events.

We need to raise several thousand pounds, the more we
raise the more ambitious this project can become.

In Solidarity;
Jason for Just Books Collective
malatested - Sunday 10 April 2005 - 02:16:49 - - -
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Buy our new T-shirts and help out Just Books!
In order to raise money for a social space for the 'Just Books'
catalogue, Organise! has produced new 'Solidarity is Strength'
T-shirts, with a choice of red on black or black on red designs.
Prices are £8/12 euro. Contact Organise! for further
information or to make your order.

To get a basic outline of design, go to our downloads section

malatested - Tuesday 05 April 2005 - 08:59:34
[Ed. Note: Organise! is an anarchist group]

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