People Power Will Scrap the Bin Tax
Year:2001 c.
Organisation:Working Class Action
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Text:

Fianna Fáil are criminals, drink drivers & tax cheats.

While ordinary workers pay…

  • Income Tax & PRSI
  • VHI increased by 44%
  • ESB increased by 13.5%
  • Eircom bills increased by 6.3%
  • Bus fares increaed by 9%
  • TV license increased by 40%

plus hospitals and school cutbacks

Bertie Aherne called YOU a sponger!
People Power will Scrap the Bin Tax.
Issued by: Working Class Action
Helping Create Better Communities

Please note: This poster is free to download and disseminate for non-commercial purposes. However, we would request that if used on other sites a link back to the Left Archive and attribution to both the ILA and the original creators - where known - is made.

Commentary

Many thanks to Alan of Irish Election Literature  for forwarding the following to the Archive – part of a collection of new documents we’ll be posting up in the next weeks and months.

This poster is the first printed material from Working Class Action to be added to the Archive. Working Class Action was extremely active in the North Inner City of Dublin from the late 1990s through to the 2000s on a range of issues including those against Bin charges. Members of WCA were also involved in Anti-Fascist Action.

Cieran Perry, now an Independent left-wing councillor, ran for WCA at the 2004 local elections, as did local activist Joe Mooney. Any other materials from WCA gratefully accepted.


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