Do We Need A Political Revolution?
Organisation: Anti-Austerity Alliance
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The mask slips – inequality … homelessness … repression of protestors & the AAA

Do We Need A Political Revolution?

Public Rally Wednesday 7pm 21st October Gresham Hotel O’Connel St.

Harry Browne, journalist
Ruth Coppinger, TD
Paul Murphy […]

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  • By: entdinglichung Tue, 28 Mar 2023 11:23:25

    “political revolution” and not “social revolution” … does this mean that they treat the RoI as a deformed/degenerated workers’ state? 🙂

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