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Éirígí For A New Republic Stands In Solidarity With Morales And Bolivia

Éirígí For a New Republic condemns the ongoing right-wing coup in Bolivia and stands in solidarity with Evo Morales and the Movement For Socialism (MAS).  The usurpation of the MAS mandate and the Bolivian democratic process by a coalition of US backed right-wing oligarchs, mercenary gangs and sections of the Bolivian security forces must be condemned by all progressives across the globe.


UP Housing Successfully Launched In Wexford Town

The official launch of the UP Housing campaign took place in Wexford Town on Tuesday (November 12th) in the Coolcotts Community Centre. The meeting was attended by citizens from the town as well as Enniscorthy, Bunclody and elsewhere.

Following an introduction by local Éirígí member Gary O’Brien, Cathaoirleach Éirígí Brian Leeson gave a presentation explaining the key elements of Universal Public Housing.


O’Devaney Gardens – When Gombeens Do What Gombeens Do

As disappointing as the vote was, it came as no surprise to anyone that understands the true nature of the Twenty-Six County state and the Gombeen political class that rule it.

The Gombeen has been a feature of Irish life for centuries. Through invasion, plantation, starvation, deportation and every other imaginable oppression they honed their nefarious skills – turning every adversity into personal opportunity.

Speaking through both sides of their mouth the Gombeen often acted as a middleman between the coloniser and the colonised – providing the illusion of leadership for the native population while never openly defying or threatening the position of their British rulers.


I-RES Rack-Renters Targeted By Éirígí In Sandyford

Éirígí activists today (November 8th) carried out a direct action to counter the lies of I-RES REIT, the largest rack-renting landlord in Ireland. The action saw the wording of an I-RES slogan on the hoarding of a building site in Sandyford changed from ‘Building Communities For The Future’ changed to ‘ Destroying Communities For The Future. An I-RES REIT logo was also replaced by a more accurate Éirígí-designed logo.

Posted on November 15, 2019, in 21st century republicanism and socialism, éirígí, Economy and workers' resistance, General revolutionary history, Historiography and historical texts, Housing, Imperialism (generally), Internationalism, Irish politics today, Political education and theory, Public events - Ireland, Revolutionary figures, Social conditions, twenty-six counties. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on New from Éirígí.

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