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People on the Streets in Donaghmede

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This time in relation to another issue of the class war. If there was one anti-social element that the people of Donaghmede would be as well administering revolutionary justice to, it would be the likes of Tom McFeely and those of his developer class!

 

 

http://www.rte.ie/news/2012/1013/priory-hall-march.html

 

Priory Hall residents and their supporters will be holding a march today from Donaghmede Shopping Centre to Priory Hall.

 

Residents say they have been left in limbo with many of them paying mortgages on homes that are unsafe to live in.

 

There is no sign of a deal in the mediation process set up between the residents, Dublin City Council and the financial institutions involved.

 

Dublin City Council is appealing in the Supreme Court against a requirement to provide temporary accommodation for the residents.

 

The City Council is claiming back the accommodation costs totalling €1m from the Department of the Environment.

 

Another €1m in extra costs including the security for the empty apartments will have to be borne by the council.

 

Dublin City Council says it cannot comment on the situation because of the mediation process.

 

A Department of Environment spokesman said new legislation on building standards will be brought in soon.

 

Developer Tom McFeely successfully appealed against a prison term for failing to fix fire safety defects at the complex.

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There is a silent revolution going on in working class communities.

 

The people have realised the politicians, state institutions even councilors have no sustainable power nor ability to bring influencial evil doers on both sides of the legal structure like Developers or drug barons to account.

 

So communitees are being formed enacting the most purist yet effective actions such as boycotts, marches and refusal of payments.

 

Its still on a small level but growing none the less

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