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Phil Cleary's view on Australian politics, people, vfl and afl football, music, history and literature Phil Cleary's view on Australian politics, people, vfl and afl football, music, history and literature Home : Politics Phil Cleary's view on Australian politics, people, vfl and afl football, music, history and literature

 

 

 

 

REMEMBERING THE MORATORIUM DAYS

 

Bill Kelty was there, but no one could spot Albert Langer. Was he having tea with John Howard?

 

Peter Garrett was there.

 

 

 

 

 

The station.

IRISH STICK IT UP THE AMERICAN WAR MACHINE

ON SUNDAY FEBRUARY 15 FEB AN INTERNATIONAL DAY OF ACTION
AGAINST WAR ON IRAQ TOOK PLACE IN DUBLIN.

AND WHO BETTER THAN CHRISTY MOORE , BROTHER LUKA BLOOM, MARY COUGHLAN AND THE GANG TO SERENADE THE MASSES?

Speakers for the day's event included: Michael D Higgins TD, Patricia Mc Kenna MEP, Denis Halliday (Former UN Assistant Secretary General), Aoife Ni Fhearrgaill (Socialist Workers Party), Bishop John Kirby (Trocaire), Des Geraghty (President SIPTU), David Begg (General Secretary ICTU), Joe HigginsTD, Latif Serhalden (Kurdish Community in Ireland), Dr Fahy Akkari (Islamic Cultural Centre), Robert Mc Carthy (Dean of St Patricks Cathedral), Mary Van Lieshout (Irish Anti War Movement), Clare O Grady
Walshe (NGO Peace Alliance), Aengus O Snodaigh TD.

Songs and Musical performances from: Christy Moore, Luka Bloom, Hazel O Conor, Kila, Mary Coughlan.

AND THE STRATEGY?


1.That we oppose the military assault on Iraq by the USA and it's allies.

2. That we oppose the anti-Islamic racism arising out of the current ar drive.

3. We also call for a halt on attacks on civil liberties and the right to protest under the guise of the "war on terrorism".

4. We seek justice for the Palestinian people.

5. We seek to develop peaceful alternatives to war to address the reasons for injustice and conflict in the world.

6. We seek an end to the use of Irish airports and airspace by the US military and oppose any Irish involvement in a war on Iraq.

info@irishantiwar.org


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