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Sunday, 16 November 2014

YES! to Water Charges group founded

After the outrageous attack yesterday on Joan Burton's democratic right to be Joan Burton and to be driven around the country doing Joan Burton type things, the minority of Irish people who have stayed silent too long are fighting back. We can take no more. 
Those of us who say a big, dirty orgasmic yes to Water Charges are organising a demonstration in support of Irish Water which will reclaim the streets of Ireland from the gurriers who have, of late, been walking up and down them in groups and saying stuff. A spokesman said: "The streets of Ireland are not just for the likes of Paul Murphy to roll around half naked on."                            

The newly founded YES! to Water Charges group has launched a campaign video which was made possible by a generous donation of old bank robbery money by a distinguished ex-member of Official Sinn Fein/Democratic Left, who wishes to remain anonymous.  
                       

The group are building for a National Demonstration which will take place in Dublin on Thursday, December 25th. People are asked to gather outside Dáil Eireann at 3pm sharp on Christmas Day where there will be a rally. 

Confirmed speakers include  Victoria White and Eamon Ryan of the Green Porty, the late Ruairi Quinn, David Quinn of the Iona Institute, Ian O’Doherty of the Irish Independent, the late Pat Rabbitte, the 'journalist' Paul Williams, Joanna Tuffy TD, and Alex White's hairdo.
The group will then march to Glasnevin Cemetery where Stephen Collins of The Irish Times will address the protesters on the gravity of the situation (and also ramble on a bit about what a great thing the First World War was).
The event will conclude at midnight with the symbolic burial of Joanna Tuffy TD, in recognition of all the times she has gone onto the Vincent Browne Show and defended the indefensible. 

There are also unconfirmed reports that Sir Bob Geldof will be specially flown in to say "fuck" into a microphone in a Dun Laoghaire accent to give the whole thing a radical sounding edge.