From The Guardian UK: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/oct/12/occupy-dame-street-ireland-bank-protest
Campaigners at the central bank in Dublin, who were inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement, are angry but decidedly polite
They may be filled with rage against the capitalist machine, but the demonstrators outside Ireland’s central bank are a polite bunch of radicals.
The protesters are under strict instruction not to harass or even say a cross word to the bank officials filing past their camp each morning.
But the activists stress that their protest is entirely peaceful.
They have appointed Sean Creagh, a business studies student from Deansgrange in the south of county Dublin, as their liaison with the Garda Síochána, the Irish police force.
Dressed in a high visibility yellow jacket, Creagh explains that the plan is to help the garda keep the peace at the camp.
The organisers have banned alcohol and drugs from it and will help the police to extract anyone breaking that rule.
“I have been talking to one of the local garda inspectors in the city who is in charge of policing the protests,” Creagh said. “To be fair, the garda have been good because we have kept a clear dialogue with them.
“The idea is we want a peaceful protest and we don’t want to cause any direct trouble.
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