Join the éirígí contingent at the Budget Day protest, Dublin, Dec 5

imagesThe Campaign Against the Household and Water Taxes, Dublin Council of Trade Unions and a range of community groups and political organisations are gathering to protest against the budget on Budget Day (tomorrow), Wednesday, December 5.

The protest is gathering at the Central Bank on Dame Street at 4.30pm and will march from there to Leinster House.

Join with the éirígí contingent on the march: show your opposition to the capitalists and support the socialist-republican alternative.


Posted on December 4, 2012, in 21st century republicanism and socialism, Anti-household and anti-water tax, éirígí, Democratic rights - general, Economy and workers' resistance, Irish politics today, Public events - Ireland, Social conditions, Trade unions, twenty-six counties. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. am i the only one pissed at the way things are i am 33 and i cant see any light at end of tunnel .why is no 1 in the banks held accountable for the money they make or the politisions like berty bunch no 1 seems 2 give a shit any more .there is people i no including myself that cant even sleep at night with the worry about food heating presents .im so pissed off i not even makin sence it seems we all lost our balls .a well once the rich are grand its cool fuck us workin class

  2. Sounds like you should definitely join the éirígí contingent on the march!


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