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Fidel & trump, two men and two words.

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Two Men & Two Words.   In this winter month of dying light that waits to be reborn. Two words, that are also names, embodied and lived by two men, have appeared on our world's conscious stage 'trump' and 'Fidel', and as poor Earth, our only eden sails like the Titanic into an environmental collision, full of drowning refugees who exodus in desperate hope from the consequence of an elsewhere power's blind pretenses & profit. As we all compete in the indignity of nations, to lower our…

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Hail King Prick!

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Hail King Prick!   The vain glorious dick has been elected King Prick. A mourning of victory for all the worlds pricks!   Hide your son from the colours, go lock up all your daughter's ships. For hear a World full of slaughter happily skips.   Calamity of blind rages, has spoke a joke for all our ages. We will fight the Right                for the Right,                          …

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All Our World Is Ripples!

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All Our World Is Ripples!  by Antonio Carty The ‘end justifies the means’ Machiavelli’s axiom that was gleefully consumed by the powerful & that capitalism proudly lives by, is a ridiculous & mistaken denial of consequence. It leads to the desperation & violent terror of war on all its terrible scales & blindly guides our Titanic environmental collision. Those who do whatever to get to their selected end are not the mature realists they praise themselves to…

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Report of IOPS Dublin chapter participation in the Dublin Anarchist Bookfair April 12th 2014

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Report of IOPS Dublin chapter participation in the Dublin Anarchist Bookfair April 12th 2014   This is a joint blog outlining and evaluating the process of participating in the Dublin Anarchist Bookfair. The contributing authors/editors are Fintan Bradshaw, Ciarán Bradshaw, John Baker, Lizzie Meade, Conor O’Boyle and Eoin O’Connor   The planning for the event began in January when the possibility of participating was raised during discussions about how to get the word…

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Report of IOPS meeting in Dublin, Wednesday April 30th

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Report of IOPS meeting in Dublin, Wednesday April 30th The agenda for the meeting: 1. Reviewing our recent participation in the Dublin Anarchist Bookfair 2. Deciding on how to engage with IOPS Austria’s request to participate in a joint action Five members attended in total (including one new member) with two apologies for non-attendance. We began by welcoming the new member and briefly introducing ourselves. We then began discussing our participation in the bookfair. We concluded that in…

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Flyer For Dublin Anarchist Book Fair Saturday 12th April

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  Hi everyone, I'm sorry I cant make it to Dublin this wednesday or for saturdays fair. I'm more than broke & I dont really have the time. I know you must all be busy and constrained by money and your time as well.   But I have made this flyer for IOPS to give out & hopefully recruit with, it suits the audience at the Anarchist fair & asks them to check the IOPS Ireland website.     I can print them myself & I've got enough paper and ink to make 120 flyers or…

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IOPS meeting in Dublin 22nd Jan 2014

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IOPS meeting in Dublin 22nd Jan 2014 6 members attended. The agenda for the meeting included a proposal by the Austrian chapter and an evaluation of the ecological section of the vision statement. We began by discussing a proposal by the Austrian chapter. The Austrian chapter got in touch with members of IOPS in Ireland to open up lines of communication in the hope that we could work together. They suggested something around basic income, or an event during the European week of action in May 15th-25th-…

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Report of Dublin IOPS meeting held 18/12/13

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IOPS Ireland, 18 December 2013. Notes by John Baker Four members were present. We spent most of our time discussing the Political/Governmental part of the IOPS vision, point by point. Here are some of the issues and questions that arose.   IOPS seeks new political/governmental relations that:   facilitate all citizens deliberating sufficiently to effectively participate in decision-making – It might be helpful to add that political communication can take many legitimate forms, and…

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