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600 a Week Dying from Heart Attack in London

In London alone 600 people a week more are now dying from heart attack because they were afraid to go to hospital.
Fear-Fueling Lockdowns Have Caused Gargantuan Excess Deaths Spikes They’re Trying to Blame on Covid-19
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antrim / anti-war / imperialism / event notice Thursday August 07, 2008 17:24 by Grace Walsh   text 4 comments (last - thursday august 14, 2008 22:03)
The Causeway project will bring together 4 groups of young people from the ROI, NI and Israel. The latter group are representative of both the Israeli Jewish community and the Palestinian community in Israel. All the young people involved are working, volunteering or active in peace building organisations connected to the conflict in Israel and the Occupied Territories. The participants have considerable experience in the various strands of this peace building work – peace organisations, NGOs, cross-community work, youth work, human advocacy work, dialogue work, etc… Those participants from the ROI and Northern Ireland, have a good working knowledge of the conflict in Israel / Palestine as well as practical experience in these various fields. read full story / add a comment
antrim / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Tuesday August 05, 2008 11:46 by Ciarán Ó Brolcháin
This year the annual 'Palestine Day' hosted by the Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign, in conjunction with Féile an Phobail, will take place in St. Mary's University College, 191 Falls Road, Belfast on Thursday 7th August.

Commemorating the Nakba of 1948, this years event is themed '60 Years of Dispossession' and includes the following... read full story / add a comment
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antrim / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Monday August 04, 2008 11:07 by éirígí   image 1 image
August 9 1971 was a pivotal date in Irish history. The introduction of internment exposed, yet again, the ugly face of British imperialism in Ireland and acted as a catalyst for increased resistance to the occupation.

The introduction of 42-day detention is a similar travesty of justice, foisted upon an unwilling population by a British government that is determined to repress dissent.
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antrim / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Thursday July 31, 2008 14:53 by éirígí   image 1 image
August 9 1971 was a pivotal date in Irish history. The introduction of internment exposed, yet again, the ugly face of British imperialism in Ireland and acted as a catalyst for increased resistance to the occupation.

The introduction of 42-day detention is a similar travesty of justice, foisted upon an unwilling population by a British government that is determined to repress dissent. read full story / add a comment
Interface. Many Faces. Many Places.
antrim / arts and media / event notice Wednesday July 30, 2008 18:59 by Gino Kenny   image 1 image
Interface is a photographic exhibition by Gino Kenny. Consisting of 110 portraiture photographs from around the world. read full story / add a comment
Anti-Racism World Cup 2008
antrim / miscellaneous / event notice Wednesday July 30, 2008 12:09 by Ciarán Ó Brolcháin   image 1 image
For the second year running, the city of Belfast will have the honour to host the Anti-Racism soccer World Cup between August 1 and August 3.

Timed to coincide with the opening of west Belfast's hugely successful Féile an Phobail, the Anti-Racism World Cup is intended as a show case of solidarity between people of all nationalities and a demonstration against discrimination and division. read full story / add a comment
Anti-Racism World Cup 2008
antrim / miscellaneous / event notice Tuesday July 29, 2008 14:30 by Ciarán Ó Brolcháin   image 1 image
For the second year running, the city of Belfast will have the honour to host the Anti-Racism soccer World Cup between August 1 and August 3.

Timed to coincide with the opening of west Belfast's hugely successful Féile an Phobail, the Anti-Racism World Cup is intended as a show case of solidarity between people of all nationalities and a demonstration against discrimination and division. read full story / add a comment
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antrim / worker & community struggles and protests / news report Sunday July 27, 2008 23:14 by Sean Matthews   image 5 images
“In 1907 there was only one Jim Larkin in Belfast; in 2008 there are thousands of Jim Larkin’s.”
(Gerry Trainer, SIPTU shop steward, Andersonstown News, 19/07/08)
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antrim / gender and sexuality / opinion/analysis Sunday July 27, 2008 20:42 by Belfast WSM   text 3 comments (last - monday august 04, 2008 13:50)
“Where pride once mobilised, it now marshals that consensus as our anger and frustration into a range of diversionary shopping opportunities. The battle is no longer about(if it ever has been) equality and acceptance, but liberation and simply survival as human beings against a system galloping towards the abyss.” read full story / add a comment
antrim / worker & community struggles and protests / event notice Wednesday July 23, 2008 22:56 by Johnny   text 1 comment (last - thursday july 24, 2008 18:51)   image 1 image
When: 2pm, Saturday 16th August
Where: An Culturlann, 216 Falls Rd, West Belfast.
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antrim / history and heritage / event notice Wednesday July 23, 2008 10:15 by Davy Carlin   text 7 comments (last - tuesday march 30, 2010 15:41)
Whiterock Library presents a celebration of Irish traditional music, poetry and food read full story / add a comment
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antrim / rights, freedoms and repression / press release Wednesday July 23, 2008 02:05 by Glor na nÓg   text 4 comments (last - thursday july 24, 2008 19:25)   image 1 image
The Belfast Pride Festival begins this Saturday 26 July, lasting a week and culminating with a huge march through Belfast City Centre on Saturday 2 August, assembling at Customs House Square @ 12noon.

The march attracted record numbers last year with over 6500 in attendance, each participant supporting the rights of the local gay community and the core premises of the international gay pride movement.

Other highlights of the festival include the Amnesty International lecture by human rights and gay rights activist Peter Thatchell, and a ‘Pride Talks Back’. All events and further information can be viewed at http://www.belfastpride.com/.
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scary stuff.....
antrim / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Sunday July 20, 2008 18:41 by Sean Matthews(personal capacity)   text 11 comments (last - tuesday september 01, 2009 20:40)   image 5 images
spot the difference? read full story / add a comment
getting the message across..........
antrim / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Saturday July 19, 2008 16:41 by Conor Loughran   text 2 comments (last - wednesday july 23, 2008 07:49)   image 1 image
Personal reflection and glimpse of life on benefits in Belfast read full story / add a comment
The image say's it all........
antrim / worker & community struggles and protests / news report Tuesday July 15, 2008 18:52 by Sean Matthews   text 1 comment (last - tuesday july 15, 2008 21:43)   image 1 image
A week on discontent in the North...... read full story / add a comment
antrim / worker & community struggles and protests / news report Monday July 07, 2008 11:16 by Rededge   text 1 comment (last - wednesday july 09, 2008 18:33)
Local government workers are taking strike action in what could be a very significant dispute 16,17th July. read full story / add a comment
antrim / worker & community struggles and protests / event notice Monday June 30, 2008 00:08 by Charlie


Saturday July 5th 12pm

Two pickets: 90 Botanic Avenue & Cornmarket

Called by Organise! and Belfast branch of the Workers Solidarity Movement

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antrim / anti-war / imperialism / news report Wednesday June 18, 2008 21:38 by Info   text 16 comments (last - thursday july 10, 2008 15:56)   image 1 image
The Bush protest vids just keep on coming! read full story / add a comment
antrim / worker & community struggles and protests / news report Wednesday June 18, 2008 16:06 by m
Discussions between the sacked airport shop stewards and representatives of the Unite union over a way of resolving the long running dispute that led last month to a hunger strike at Transport House, have failed to lead to agreement with Gordon McNeill. read full story / add a comment
antrim / anti-war / imperialism / news report Wednesday June 18, 2008 04:31 by Dave Donnellan   text 10 comments (last - monday july 14, 2008 20:35)   image 1 image
Eamonn McCann spoke at the Lunchtime Rally outside City Hall in Belfast on Monday. read full story / add a comment
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