On Saturday 5 March to mark the 40th anniversary of the massacre of Basque workers a free public screening of the documentary ‘Massacre in Vitoria’ will be shown in the Pearse Centre, Dublin.
NUIG students notified of €100 increase on repeat fees to help bail out the college.
Above: rabble’s footage of the fascists legging it off can be seen on Youtube. Elsewhere, Flickr user BagelCurry shared an album of gorgeous monochrome shots from the demonstration yesterday too. So, after all their online bluster and hype yesterday saw a pitiful turn out from PEGIDA, while their scattered far-right sympathizers were forced to cower in the side streets of our capital. When it came down to it pathetic PEGIDA were … Read More
We shared some photography from the height of the Newbury Road protests 20 years back earlier in the week. Here’s something that came back with us from a Youtube sink hole afterwards. It’s a classic dose of mid 1990’s video activism, just straight up rolling footage of a protest with a few interviews thrown in. Good guys versus bad guys, and of course, some Chemical Brothers for good measure. The … Read More
With anti-water charge marches all over the country today, we joined up with Dublin 7 and Dublin 8 groups.
Paul Murphy’s coming out gunning on the political policing issue ever since local coppers refused him permission to run a local collection. If you missed Morning Ireland because you were hiding your head under a pillow having thrown your clock radio out the window, then you can listen back to his radio performance right here. Donations to the Anti-austerity Alliance can be made online too.
Upwards of 80,000 people attended today’s Right2Water demonstration. Here are a few images from the day. If you were there yourself then tell us your impression of the day. Post your photos at us via Twitter @wearerabble or on our Facebook page.
Those time warping miscreants in the Gramophone Disco crew return with a hooley right after tomorrow’s Irish Water demo. It’s running along a cowboy and protest theme. It’s all kicking off down in Jigsaw, a new space in old Seomra Spraoi building. Here’s their blurb for the night time event: “The townsfolk have been coming into the Gramophone saloon and telling tales of the O’Brien gang riding up to the homesteaders and … Read More
Should you have a right to water or is the Sunday Times’ economist spilling the beans on the government’s plan following the next election? Cormac Lucey of The Sunday Times seems to think people who don’t pay their water charges should get their water cut off. Take a look at this video posted by Facebook user Brian Ó Huiginn. Give it a click to view it. Remember the, ahem, leaks to … Read More
NCAD Students are looking to have words with Declan McGonagle, the Director of NCAD today. So, what’s the background to all this? A student who forwarded the above letter to us said: “If someone was writing something, a good reference point is this article celebrating the rise in student numbers at the college. The campus has not been extended and staff numbers are down 15% in recent years according to what … Read More