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(en) Ireland, NEW Working Class Resistance #11 by Organise!

Date Mon, 06 Feb 2006 21:18:33 +0200

Worling Class Resistance #11, quarterly magazine of Organise! will soon
be on sale (price £2 or 3 euros). This new 32 page edition includes articles
on the following: Irish Ferries, thousands of workers said no to slave
labour on the high seas but was the best deal done? 3 SIPTU members occupied
two Irish Ferries boats in opposition to the company’s attempt to reflag its
ships, replace 543 crew with agency workers from Eastern Europe, and impose
orse terms and conditions on those remaining. The scale of solidarity has not
been seen in decades - but the deal SIPTU signed up to has fallen far short of
the hopes of those involved in this struggle. A look at the dispute and the ‘deal’.
Belfast Posties Take Wildcat Action 5
Plane Jobs - Now You See Them Now You Don’t 5
Loyalist Intifada? PSNI targeted in Loyalist
‘Anti–State’ Riots 6

A look at the recent loyalist riots that asks if there
is more to this outburst of violence than
unmitigated sectarianism while reiterating that
loyalism, or for that matter Irish nationalism,
offer anything positive for the working class.
Workers Council Topples Government, the 1974 UWC
Strike 8 This controversial article is reprinted from
a contemporary article in Solidarity VII, 11, July
1974 , the publication of the now defunct British
Libertarian Socialist group of the same name.

The States Ill–Gotten Gains 10
Mairtin O’Cathain casts a critical eye over the Assets
Recovery Agency and Criminal Assets Bureau’s work and
questions the dubious legitimacy, not to mention
hypocrisy, of the state claiming a monopoly on
‘immoral earnings’ and the proceeds of crime.

A Fraught Old Age 11
Schemes ‘Destroyed our Kids’ 11

Reinstate Joanne Delaney - 22 Year Old Shop Steward
Sacked By Dunnes For Wearing a Union Badge 12
Joanne Delaney was sacked by Dunnes stores in November
2005 for wearing her union badge on her uniform. Join
the campaign against Dunnes union busting and for

Wake Up - Defy the Surveillance Society 13
Sean Matthews looks at the encroachment of the state
into more and more areas of our lives and warns
against the ‘sleepwalk’ into a surveilence society.

Hain’s Vision - Our Nightmare 14
Cuts, lies, and increasing the cost of living - the
New Labour vision for Northern Ireland is truly a
waking nightmare facing the north’s working class.

Death and Bonuses, as bosses cut corners with safety
critical training our 'damn fool conspiracy theorist'
asks "is privatisation on the cards for NIR?" 16
Our transport worker casts an eye over developments in
NIR/Translink in the wake of the findings of the
Potters Bar enquiry.

Resisting the Prison State - “Slavery Has Not Been
Abolished” 17
In September Mark Barnsley, former anarchist prisoner
and writer on prison issues, toured Ireland talking on
the theme of ‘Resisting the Prison State’ and to
promote the Campaign Against Prison Slavery.

Killer–Cola, Colombian SINTRAINAL union member speaks
in Belfast 18
Euripedes Yance, a Colombian trade unionist, a member
of the SINTRAINAL union, spoke in Belfast at Queens
University and the John Hewitt on 5th December last
year as part of a speaking tour organised by the
Coalition of UK Student Unions. The Coalition are
campaigning to end a £5.8 million contract between the
NUS and Coca–Cola. Jason Brannigan takes a closer
look at Coke’s Colombia operation.

Riots Go, Poverty Stays 24
The cries may have died down in the banlieus,
desperation remains, reports Rob Ray in an
article that first appeared in the November 26 edition
of the longstanding anarchist newspaper Freedom.

If You Sow Misery You Will Reap Anger 25
November 6 2005 statement on the Paris riots from
Interco Union, Paris North, CNT-AIT.

Nazi Mail Box Shut down, Ulster fascists in disarray
as FOC hammer home their campaign 26
Shutting down the fash in Belfast.

Film Review: Injustice 29
Who We Are 30
Just Books Merchandise 31

To get your copy, contact Organise! at Organise!, PO
Box 505 Belfast BT12 6BQ or online at:



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