Today activists from #OccupyDameStreet occupied the Bank of Ireland in O’Connell Street, Dublin.
We took this action of peaceful protest to raise awareness to bond payments made in the last few days.
€250 million on behalf of Bank of Ireland on Friday.
€300 million on behalf of Anglo on Sunday.
€625 million on behalf of Bank of Ireland on Sunday.
Every month hundreds of millions of euros from the Irish people go to anonymous bondholders.
Ballyhea marching for 73 week since March 6th 2011
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Statement#OccupyDameStreet is a people’s movement, which stands in solidarity with and is inspired by over 1,400 (Occupytogether.org 15/10/11) sister occupations in the evolving global movement initiated by the people of Iceland, Greece, Spain, and the Arab Spring. We use tactics of non-violence akin to scenes of peaceful resistance in Tahrir Square and Wall Street. This is a diverse people’s initiative, unaffiliated with any political parties. We are the 99%. We stand together against political and economic corruption. We stand for equality and social justice. This is a "leaderless resistance movement" with people of many nationalities, backgrounds, genders and political persuasions.