It was the third "encounter" of this kind. People from FA Lublin kept shouting slogans like "Solidary with Ozarow", "Pinochet's puppies", "Long live self-management", "Human rights and not the rights of the market".
The red and black flags were visibly irritating to the group of liberals and skinheads, who kept trying to provoke the demonstrators. A bulletin of FA-Lublin called "The anarchist voice" (devoted mostly to the critique of capitalism, including the situation of women workers, and including
a pamphlet against the pro-capitalist party) was distributed.
A little before the counter-demo a Food Not Bombs table was set, the first this year. It will be served regularly every week on Sundays.