Led by a lone white masked horsewoman, carrying the message of a resounding NO to the bankster inflicted austerity apocalypse, Communities Against Cuts took to the streets in a large and optimistic show of unity . Up to 20,000 people marched through O’Connell Street causing traffic mayhem. Their people powered show of political will through pageantry and music created a spectacle seldom seen on the city streets, climaxing in Sean Millar’s moving Austerity Symphony. These people’s efforts to be seen and heard was scuppered by leftish leaning vested interests of Unions, Trotskyists and Shinners (Sinn Fein) who maintained the fragmented status quo where any alternative to the mainstream is ridiculed as disorganised and implausible.
The gorgeous Girl against flouride strips down to balloons and bikini in her pre budget submission here.