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Bibliography of the Wee Black Booke of Belfast Anarchism



  1. Newspapers
  2. Official papers
  3. Books and journals
  4. Interviews and correspondence

The Anarchist (Glasgow)
Belfast News Letter
Belfast Telegraph
Irish News

WSM Constitution


The document that gives the basic definition of the Workers Solidarity Movement and which lays down how we make decisions and how we operate. Last updated at Spring 2012 National Conference.

WSM Administration


WSM administration document, last amended at June 2011 National Conference

Chronology of Events in the Spanish Civil War



April Republic proclaimed. Alfonso XIII goes into exile.
June Election of Republican/Social Democratic government.


November Right wing electoral victory, beginning of Bienno Negro.


October United but isolated workers rising in Asturias crushed by the army.

Glossary of political organisation names from the Spanish Civil War


CNT (Confederacion Nacional de Trabajo) - anarchist-Syndicalist trade union founded in 1911. The most militant and revolutionary union. Sought to organise all workers into one big union. Based itself on the ideas of anarchism and revolutionary syndicalism.

Seeking cover art for Irish Anarchist Review 3 - see your work in 3000 copies


The editorial group for Irish Anarchist Review 3 are seeking a volunteer to produce the cover art for Issue 3 on the theme 'imagining the future' in a positive and pro-revolutionary sense (i.e. not a dystopia!).  3,000+ copies of the issue will be printed to be distributed at the Dublin anarchist bookfair and other nodes.

James Connolly - from Anarchy #6


JAMES CONNOLLY (1868-1916) born in Edinburgh of a Co. Monaghan father, was Commandant-General of the Dublin Division. He was a member of the Military Council and Provisional Government. He founded the Irish Socialist Republican Party in Dublin in 1896. In 1903 he emigrated to the U.S.A., but returned after seven years. With Padraic Pearse he led the main Insurgent force from Liberty Hall to the G.P.O. Severely wounded during the fighting, he was taken after the surrender to Dublin Castle. Despite his condition he was executed - sitting on a chair - on May 12th, in Kilmainham Jail.

Why students must protest against this budget


Workers Solidarity Movement and Free Education for Everyone member Donal Ó Fallúin on the need for students to protest this upcoming, savage budget.


FEE NUIG blockade Anglo Irish Bank.

Resistance is Fertile - Radio Solidarity Program 8.


In this program, Podcast available here on Near podcast site, Trade Union Demo, Place de Bastille,  Paris 14th Sept. 2010we bring your a report from the Walking tour undertaken by the 1% network through the Golden Circle in Dublin 2,4.  A map is contained here.

Céad míle fáilte to the IMF - protest song audio & video


With the IMF in Ireland, a WSM member has written a song of 'welcome', a recording of which and the lyrics of which are below.  For international readers "céad míle fáilte" means "A Hundred Thousand Welcomes" and is a traditional greeting now strongly associated with the tourist industry.  You can read WSM articles about the IMF intervention and the economic crash that led to it in our Capitalist Crisis article listing.

Céad míle fáilte - To the IMF 
We hope we meet you on the streets - To fight you to the death. 
And we know how you got here - Back room deal and open arms 
As you try to suck the life from us - With your structural reforms

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