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From: The Socialist issue 524, 12 March 2008: End the occupation

Search site for keywords: Occupation - War - Socialist - Iraq - Oil - Anti-war - Afghanistan - Dave Nellist

International Socialist Resistance demonstrate against war

International Socialist Resistance demonstrate against war

Five years of hell

End the occupation


No to war for oil, profit and prestige

For a socialist world without war and poverty



"Labour's slavish support for the bloody invasion and occupation of Iraq is shameful.

It has not been about the 'restoration of democracy' after Saddam - but protection of America's political and economic interests, particularly oil.

We urgently need an independent, political alternative for working people that would be anti-war, socialist and internationalist."

Socialist Party councillor Dave Nellist Chair, Campaign for a New Workers' Party. Labour MP from 1983-1992

Troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan

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Saturday 15 March, assemble 12noon, Trafalgar Square, London WC2

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