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offsite link Roger Waters ? ?The Bravery of Being Out of Range? Sat Apr 17, 2021 21:39 | The Saker
Roger Waters, a “one man peace movement”, released this superb video just a few hours ago.  This man is truly a musical genius and one of the greatest people of

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You probably have heard that Russian moved almost the entire Caspian Flotilla to the Black Sea, including quite a few amphibious assault ships.  What you might not know is that

offsite link So Who Wants a Hot War? Sat Apr 17, 2021 17:27 | amarynth
by Pepe Escobar and cross-posted with Strategic Culture Foundation It?s not by accident that the Hegemon is going no holds barred to harass and try to smash Eurasian integration by

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16 April 202119:28 Foreign Ministry statement on measures in response to hostile US actions The latest attack by the Biden administration against our country cannot go unanswered. It seems Washington

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offsite link Young People Should Not be Strong-Armed Into Getting Vaccinated Sat Apr 17, 2021 17:22 | Toby Young
We're publishing an original piece today by Bella Wallersteiner, a Senior Parliamentary Assistant, setting out the case against making entry to pubs/clubs/festivals conditional on showing a 'Covid Status Certificate'.
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offsite link Almost 15% Of English Health Service Workers Remain Unvaccinated Sat Apr 17, 2021 16:34 | Michael Curzon
Reports are emerging that many health service workers in England are refusing the vaccine, as the number of workers coming forward to receive a Covid jab is falling.
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offsite link Vaccine Immunity ?Won?t Just Disappear? in Face Of Covid Variants, Says JCVI Member Sat Apr 17, 2021 13:48 | Michael Curzon
A member of the JCVI has dismissed claims that the Government's "roadmap" out of lockdown could be "scuppered" by Covid variants as "pessimistic", saying that the immunity gained from vaccines "won?t just disappear".
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offsite link Would Cameron Have Handled the Covid Crisis Better Than Boris? Sat Apr 17, 2021 12:06 | Toby Young
In an entertaining blog post, Russell David imagines how different the past 13 months would have been if David Cameron, not Boris, had been in charge. The answer is much, much better, according to Russell.
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offsite link Pregnant Women Should Be Offered Covid Vaccine, New Government Advice Says Sat Apr 17, 2021 11:13 | Michael Curzon
Pregnant women should be offered a Covid vaccine, new Government advice says. The AstraZeneca jab will be given where another is not available despite the JCVI saying "more research is needed" on its impact on pregnancy.
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national / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Tuesday April 12, 2011 03:28 by newsmedia
Just three days ago I was savagely beaten about the head by a youth carrying an extended metal hospital crutch. Carrying a metal crutch not because he needed it, but because it was a weapon. read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / press release Friday April 08, 2011 11:54 by Laurence Cox   text 3 comments (last - saturday april 09, 2011 12:02)
Expresses outrage and calls for international inquiry read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Monday April 04, 2011 20:13 by Mickey   text 5 comments (last - wednesday april 06, 2011 16:51)
The last few days has seen a rush to be seen in the cameras condemning the actions that took place in Omagh on Saturday 2nd April. What is the point of all this hot air and rhetoric other than to boost the egos of those who are making the utterences. The death of anyone is a sad occasion, the sudden death of a loved one is devastating. Make no mistake this was a tragedy in Omagh. It is a tragedy because no-one has learned the lessons of the past. read full story / add a comment
cork / miscellaneous / event notice Wednesday March 30, 2011 22:54 by Anti IMF cuts
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Campaign for National Referendum on IMF cuts
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national / miscellaneous / event notice Wednesday March 30, 2011 19:26 by D O Briain
The ongoing crisis in this country over the socialising of the banks’ debts and the imposition of the EU/IMF package have engendered widespread popular indignation and anger – but so far no concerted popular opposition from citizens has emerged. read full story / add a comment
international / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Tuesday March 29, 2011 10:54 by Arthur Óg Rimbaud   text 1 comment (last - tuesday march 29, 2011 16:49)
As society tears itself apart and reactionary forces come to the fore, well organised and confident of success. The left, the anti-authoritarians, the radicals and alternatives are in utter disarray. The only glimpse of light in the darkness of a seemingly overwhelming anti-liberation tsunami has been the acts of publicised resistance by the Anarchists in London and Greece. Although more spectactular pantomime for televison consumers. The mega machine of oppression remains intact and the negativity it creates in the human mind becomes overwhelming. read full story / add a comment
international / miscellaneous / press release Wednesday March 23, 2011 09:42 by Malachy Steenson
Most damning aspect of tribunal report is thatt nobody is likely to face prosecution read full story / add a comment
dublin / miscellaneous / event notice Tuesday March 22, 2011 11:07 by Arthur Gaffney
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Mobile Phone Technologies as a Tool for Development; Magic Bullet or Hype read full story / add a comment
dublin / miscellaneous / press release Sunday March 20, 2011 22:17 by Dublin IRSP   text 4 comments (last - tuesday march 22, 2011 10:46)
Statement opposing the British monarch's announced visit to Ireland. read full story / add a comment
international / miscellaneous / event notice Saturday March 19, 2011 23:32 by Gary Loewenthal
Raise awareness and money for your group or any cause you want through the Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale. Named "Veg Event of the Year" by VegNews Magazine. read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Friday March 11, 2011 15:27 by Liam Mac Sheamais   text 11 comments (last - friday march 18, 2011 04:08)
With the vitsit of the British Monarch to Dublin due to take place in May 2011, many Irisih Republican's consider this to be the last part of a process which has been aimed at solidifying the partition of Ireland and legitimising the continuing British occupation of six northen counties. A process that began with the establishment of a 'friendly' (in British terms) leadership of the Irish Republican Movement in 1986, continuing through ceasefires, decommissioning, treaties and open support for the British colonial police, referred to as the PSNI. The visit by the British Monarch to Dublin is seen by many as the concluding part in this drawn out process. read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / news report Friday March 11, 2011 13:54 by Ronoc
Before the election of Enda Kenny as Taoiseach Joe Higgins made a great speech in the Dáil on the 9th of March 2011. read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / press release Friday March 11, 2011 12:31 by Saoirse
Seán Cronin who died in Washington on March 9 was a patriotic Irishman who gave service to the cause of Irish National Independence to a level which was second to none. read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Thursday March 10, 2011 17:28 by Ruairi Og
The following letter appeared in various newspapers last year addressing the issue of Orangism and the Orange Order in particular. I came across it and believe it is worthy of republication here. Specifically as the issue that is addressed is the clash between Republican ideology and Orangism, which have become pertenent with the debate around the British Monarch coming to Dublin in May. The traditional battle between Republican's and Monarchists is still with us and will remain while the so-called Irish Question is unresolved read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / news report Thursday March 10, 2011 13:08 by Donegal Republican
As the 26 County State confirmed that the British monarch would be arriving in Dublin in May 2011 for an official visit. Republican's in Donegal responded with a call on Republican's and others opposed to Monarchy to openly oppose the visit. Two veteran Republican's from a long heritage and a life time of Republican resistance have thier voices heard. read full story / add a comment
international / miscellaneous / news report Thursday March 10, 2011 02:07 by Diarmuid Breatnach
Over the years of war between Kurdish separatist guerrillas and the Turkish army and police, during the 1980s and 1990s, thousands of Kurds disappeared and were unaccounted for. Now their bodies are turning up in dozens of mass graves in the Kurdish region and in Turkey proper. Kurdish and other human rights groups are pointing the finger at the Turkish armed forces and at the government of the day. read full story / add a comment
international / miscellaneous / press release Wednesday March 09, 2011 15:19 by Malachy steenson   text 2 comments (last - friday march 11, 2011 14:29)
"New cabinet faces, same tired politics" - Workers' Party President

"When the 31st Dáil assembled at noon today" stated Michael Finnegan, President of the Workers' Party "the incoming government had the largest majority in history. More than 66% of all TDs will be members of the governing coalition".
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international / miscellaneous / news report Saturday February 26, 2011 04:26 by Adrian Boutureira
These were a series of tweets received earlier tonight (late night, early morning Egypt time) from activists that had been demonstrating against the government in Tahrir Square. The most disturbing thing as someone receiving and trying to report these, was the media blackout that came along with the attacks. Al Jazeera was MIA. It has been on Egypt for a while. The Egypt Live Blog has been dormid for days and is now actually not even found in AJ's blogs page. There were NO news networks there to report on these attacks. Hours later, AJ produced a report, this after we bombarded their Libya live blog with pleas for coverage.

This is what we received between and around the hours of 8 and 10 pm US Eastern time.

(Thanks to the comrades of APIC(APICONG) for putting these together. http://apicong.blogspot.com/)

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dublin / miscellaneous / event notice Wednesday February 23, 2011 12:54 by Michael B
3pm - 5pm Opposite GPO, O'Connell Street, Dublin read full story / add a comment
mayo / miscellaneous / news report Wednesday February 23, 2011 11:56 by shelly
The weekend of 19th/20th February saw over 40 women and trans people and lots of children gathered at the Rossport Solidarity Camp house for a few days of workshops, discussions and skillsharing. read full story / add a comment
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