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    Grab Yourself A #rabble10 Swag Bag.

    We’ve chatted for a while about setting up some sort of subscriber based Swag Bag scheme to off set the cost of each issue. Yep, think the beano club ‘cept Dennis the Menace has worse language, scathing satirical wit and a shit day job. You’ll get a rabble care package with possibly more vitriol than […]

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    A Battle Fought Before.

    In recent months there has been a plethora of housing action campaigns established, all wishing to raise awareness around the issue of working class housing (or the lack of it) in Ireland today.  Donal Fallon takes us back to the crowbar brigades and squatting tactics of the 1960s’ Dublin Housing Action Campaign. The 1960s witnessed […]

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    #meEJit: We’re Adults! Get RTE Away From Us!

    It is remarkable just how much RTÉ can chime with Irish government policy. Oireachtas Retort looks at Montrose’s latest offering of unreality TV. The broadcaster’s role in normalising austerity and undermining dissent is nothing new but their lifestyle & entertainment content is equally insidious. Think of it as Fáilte Ireland for the home audience. Towards […]

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There’s Something About Water.

Photo: A Woman takes on military with a slingshot Credit: Thomas Kruse. Thomas McDonagh, a researcher and project coordinator at the Democracy Center based in Cochabamba, Bolivia looks back on the water war that took place there fifteen years ago this month. With one eye cocked to Ireland, he talks about how water struggles lead […]


Put A Limerick Spring In Your Step.

  Festivals aren’t all about sleeping in a damp tent while young lads bludgeon the nearest wheelie bin to the rhythm of their own crazed coke bender. You could be talking citizenship and activism, looking at documentaries and arguing over the politics of food. Rashers Tierney caught up with Jennifer Moroney Ward about one such buzz down in Limerick […]


Bleedin’ Gurrier.

Here’s some madcap looking Situationist inspired agit prop that was handed out around UCD in 1969 and at anti-apartheid demonstrations later that year. The publication was called the Gurriers and was put out by Phil Meyler, a teacher who participated in the Portuguese Revolution. Give it a gander. Great name. Download a PDF. Give the […]


How Much?

Pictured: A haul of food saved from skipping in Leeds. Check out this neat ass fundraising appeal for a Pay As You Feel cafe and cookery school in Wales. The primary aim of the project is to raise awareness about food waste. The movement calling itself the Real Junk Food project has a chain of, […]

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#ruckusAlert: Dabbledoo Where Are You?

rabble’s own Redmonk has been lending his sketching skills to a musical education project for smallies for the past while now. To celebrate the launch of their website they’re doing a Twisted Pepper take on Easter Sunday. It’s a sweet two floor line up too. He’s got a sweet interview with techno stalwart Eomac over […]