Title: Review: Ainriail
Subtitle: Ainriail Issue No.1 30p from The Frontline Collective, P.O. Box 102, Galway, Ireland.
Topics: Organise!, review
Date: 1995
Source: Retrieved on May 13, 2013 from web.archive.org
Notes: Published in Organise! Issue 41 — Winter 1995/1996.

Ainriail (which means Anarchy in Irish Gaelic, incidentally) is the bulletin of the Frontline Collective, a class struggle anarchist group in Galway, Ireland. The lead article, which concerns the six county ‘Peace Process’,argues for a class perspective against a nationalist one and calls for the building of a “ Fighting working class movement...to make sure we don’t have a repeat of the past 25 years, which have left us no closer to a real solution.” With which sentiment we can only agree. Included are articles on anti-Traveller bigotry (a serious problem in Ireland, as elsewhere in Europe), the new Criminal Justice (Public Order) Bill (Irish version) and recent anarchist activities down Galway way, amongst others.