Tag Archives: Right2Water

Rebel Music: The Ballad of the Hopeful Voter

A few weeks back I was trying to think up a few anti-government chants and came up with a rather catchy chorus, if I do say so myself, to the tune of the famous Irish rebel song “Go On Home (British … Continue reading

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Proud to be a dissident – overview of R2W march, Cork City, 23rd Jan, 2016

It was a miserable wet day in Cork City last Saturday as thousands of determined activists marched through the city to reassert our human right to water, and to send the message to the government parties (and those hopefuls waiting … Continue reading

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The Movement is Stronger than the Parties

It’s important to note the anti-water charges campaign was not started by any particular political party. It was started by ordinary working-class communities coming together and organizing, it was the communities that got everybody to cop on and look beyond … Continue reading

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Unity is Strength! – a Critical view of Right2Water’s May Day Conference

  The following piece is an honest critique of the upcoming Right2Water May Day Conference from one Rebel that has grown skeptical of promises from unions and politicians… Unity is strength, is a truth spoken by a nave less of … Continue reading

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