Thursday, November 22, 2007

Saturday week

PARTY for your right
Music/ Poetry/ Polemic

Bill Direen and The Bilders / Otis Mace / Jack Ross / Tourettes
Scott Hamilton / Justin Taua / Michael Steven
Jen Crawford / Louisa Jones / Dave Bedggood / Ted Jenner
Michael Arnold / Richard Taylor / Andrew McCully

Entry free, subversive literature and music on sale/Donations will be taken for the Civil Rights Defence Committee
Organised by Powertool Records and Titus Books

PR Bar – 2 Ponsonby Rd - Saturday 1 December 2007 - 7pm

Ka whaiwhai tonu matou, ake ake ake!

We've finally got around to sorting out the details for this little shindig, which will coincide with the end of Bill and Otis' national tour, and come a few hours after a march called to protest the Terrorism Suppression Act (details here). You can beat the streets of Auckland, then slate your thirst and soothe your hoarse throat with a beer or three at the PR Bar. If you want a poster to print out and distribute, or feel the urge to read poetry, polemicise, or juggle, then send an email to


Blogger Dave Brown said...

This coming Saturday, Waitemata Unite is hosting a political forum on the bosses' terrorism and the workers' movement. Sorry no guitars, poems or piss-up that I've heard of... probably tea and bikkies.


"When the world is plunged into yet another of capitalism’s recurring economic crises the working class will be expected to pay for it with a return to lower wages and mass unemployment. In the necessary and inevitable fight-back, workers will find we are shackled by draconian legislation."

“Leg Irons for Workers…”
What Links The Employment Relations Act and the Terrorism Suppression Act?
A Working Class Forum.
2.00 P.M. Saturday 24th November
Workers’ Educational Association
9 Henderson Valley Rd
(Soon after going under the railway bridge)

Invited speakers, but all can participate.
Refreshments provided.
Koha for overheads.

*Bring yourself, workmates, fellow unionists.
Family members-youth and children welcome.
*Get union contacts for information and fight back
*against the bosses and the government
*Make friends
*Fight back against WINZ
*Join Unite!

Hosted by: Waitemata Branch of Unite! Union
The Union for Low Paid, Unemployed& Beneficiaries
Hon. Secretary:

10:19 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The masses want alcohol and poetry.

11:11 pm  
Blogger Dave Brown said...

its called mass production

4:56 pm  
Blogger Richard said...

"Work is the curse of the drinking class."

6:14 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This event sounds like an ultra-left provocation against the police.

6:52 pm  

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