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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

offsite link Russian amphibious options and how to debunk a Ukie lie (OPEN THREAD #13) Sat Apr 17, 2021 19:23 | The Saker
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

offsite link Russian official statements about counter-actions to US sanctions Fri Apr 16, 2021 23:58 | The Saker
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

offsite link Moveable Feast Cafe 2021/04/16 ? Open Thread Fri Apr 16, 2021 22:00 | Herb Swanson
2021/04/16 21:00:02Welcome to the ‘Moveable Feast Cafe’. The ‘Moveable Feast’ is an open thread where readers can post wide ranging observations, articles, rants, off topic and have animate discussions of

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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'.
The post Young People Should Not be Strong-Armed Into Getting Vaccinated appeared first on Lockdown Sceptics.

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.
The post Almost 15% Of English Health Service Workers Remain Unvaccinated appeared first on Lockdown Sceptics.

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".
The post Vaccine Immunity “Won?t Just Disappear” in Face Of Covid Variants, Says JCVI Member appeared first on Lockdown Sceptics.

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.
The post Would Cameron Have Handled the Covid Crisis Better Than Boris? appeared first on Lockdown Sceptics.

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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international / miscellaneous / press release Friday February 18, 2011 19:38 by SOAS Palestine Society Conference Organizing Collective
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is often described as unique and exceptional with little resemblance to other historical or ongoing colonial conflicts. Yet, for Zionism, like other settler colonial projects such as the British colonization of Ireland or European settlement of North America, South Africa or Australia, the imperative is to control the land and its resources -- and to displace the original inhabitants. read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / press release Friday February 18, 2011 14:24 by R   text 1 comment (last - tuesday april 12, 2011 23:56)
The decision by the outgoing Fianna Fáil government to reverse Ireland's policy on genetically modified (GM) food has been described as both dangerous and foolhardy by a leading Irish NGO. Speaking on behalf of Afri, Clare O’Grady Walshe, who has lectured on food politics and was a member of the Green Energy Task Force in 2009, described the government decision to no longer abstain in EU debates on GM food as having enormous implications for Irish people and the environment. read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / event notice Friday February 18, 2011 14:09 by R
Date for your Diary:

PRESS CONFERENCE
Monday, 21st February 2011
Buswells Hotel, Georgian Suite, starts at 2.00pm

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dublin / miscellaneous / event notice Thursday February 17, 2011 14:16 by Basil Miller
This forum, Treating Addiction, will be introduced by Colin O’Driscoll, Chief Psychologist and treatment director of Forest Healthcare, which specialises in treating addictions and substance abuse
http://www.forest.ie/ read full story / add a comment
international / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Saturday February 12, 2011 20:18 by El Libertario, Venezuela
* On November 2010, in the Spanish city of Cordoba, during the celebrations of the Centennial of the historical anarcho-syndicalist union, the Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo (CNT), a Round Table discussion about Latin America’s social movements took place. A representative of El Libertario was present and delivered the following report. read full story / add a comment
international / miscellaneous / news report Saturday February 12, 2011 02:04 by Winds of Change   text 1 comment (last - saturday february 12, 2011 13:51)
Sinn Fein's shameful attempt to overturn NI Coursing Ban rejected read full story / add a comment
wicklow / miscellaneous / event notice Tuesday February 08, 2011 17:58 by Susan Foran   text 21 comments (last - sunday february 20, 2011 04:56)
Public meeting addressing Homelessness and Suicide in County Wicklow 8pm Royal Hotel Bray 15 Feburary read full story / add a comment
cork / miscellaneous / event notice Monday February 07, 2011 11:39 by Paul McAndrew
Sunday Feb 13th from 7pm
Board Games

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international / miscellaneous / other press Friday February 04, 2011 18:44 by Chris Knight
Chris Knight of the Radical Anthropology Group continues his examination of Chomsky's life and work. In particular he analyses an early work by Chomsky: Cartesian linguistics. He also looks at some sources Chomsky tapped for funding in his early days. Full text at link.

In 1966, Noam Chomsky (pictured) published his Cartesian linguistics. The book was a survey of rationalist conceptions of language and mind, focusing heavily on the French mathematician and philosopher, Réné Descartes (1596-1650). In his early years, Chomsky had been working within the structuralist tradition of Ferdinand de Saussure, Roman Jakobson, Leonard Bloomfield and his own teacher, Zellig Harris. Chomsky wrote Cartesian linguistics in order to signal to the world his change of mind. His distinctively 'Cartesian' approach, he now clarified, was a rebellion against the entire 20th century tradition of structural linguistics. ... read full story / add a comment
international / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Friday February 04, 2011 01:01 by Ronoc   text 4 comments (last - thursday february 10, 2011 17:05)
I have watched the recent BBC3 documentary about Cannabis consumption in the UK. There's interviews with people who say they are addicted and then people who are not, and in the latest episode, it was about drug smuggling and illegal immigrants who work in the house where the weed is grown. The customs manage to stop alot of weed getting into the UK but its only a fraction, and the money involved is quite alot. Its shows all the negative sides of the illegal trade and trys to make smokers feel guilty.
But I wonder if it was legal how much money could be made from this crop and how much crime would be cut... read full story / add a comment
mayo / miscellaneous / event notice Saturday January 29, 2011 17:05 by Cleo
A cost-effective, time-effective method of producing many different outputs, in a truely sustainable way - with no input of chemicals. read full story / add a comment
international / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Tuesday January 25, 2011 18:59 by Paddy Hackett   text 22 comments (last - sunday february 06, 2011 16:23)
Given that without modern symbolic logic, a product of analytical philosophy, there would have been no computer technology in existence today we see the significance of analytical philosophy. The same cannot be said for the non-analytical continental philosophy. read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / news report Wednesday January 19, 2011 23:07 by patient   text 12 comments (last - wednesday january 26, 2011 10:55)
The government statement service, has for the second time in 24 hours released the statement of a Taoiseach
on the resignation of a Minister.

It may be found here : http://www.merrionstreet.ie/index.php/2011/01/resignati...cat=3 read full story / add a comment
cork / miscellaneous / event notice Wednesday January 19, 2011 21:16 by Paul McAndrew
Camden Palace Hotel in conjunction with Sirius Arts Centre Presents

Pat "The Picket" Allen Exhibition
featuring the photography of Doug DuBois
Opening 7PM, 2nd February 2011 and running until25th February
...
Pat Allen was a very special part of Cork City. Arriving at protests
in outlandish costumes, he became well known in the city for
illustrating in a special way the uniqueness of this creative city.

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donegal / miscellaneous / press release Sunday January 16, 2011 12:58 by Liam Mac Lochlainn
On Thursday 20th January in Donegal Town a special film screening of the inspirational film "the Greening of Cuba" will take place in Simple Simon's, The Diamond, Donegal Town. read full story / add a comment
cork / miscellaneous / event notice Sunday January 16, 2011 12:46 by Paul McAndrew
Sundays from 7pm
Board Games at the bookshop
Back from this Sunday and hopefully every week thereafter.
Chess, scrabble, pictionary and dominoes. Settlers, Talisman and more.
New faces always very welcome. read full story / add a comment
dublin / miscellaneous / event notice Thursday January 13, 2011 19:21 by Péars
Food Action invites you to a food and film evening, this Tuesday 18th January at 7pm in Seomra Spraoi. All welcome!

The Garden Movie
"From the ashes of the L.A. riots arose a lush, 14-acre community garden, the largest of its kind in the United States. Now bulldozers threaten its future. Can it grow in the shadow of corruption and greed?"

http://www.thegardenmovie.com/

We'll be providing a vegan meal before the film (donations gratefully accepted!) Food Action is a non-profit whole food club, whose aim is to provide its members/community with ecologically, sustainably, ethically and locally produced foods. read full story / add a comment
international / miscellaneous / other press Thursday January 13, 2011 05:09 by R.I.P.   text 1 comment (last - wednesday march 30, 2011 06:19)
This thread marks the passing in 2011 of folks who have spent their lives struggling for peace and justice (and others). read full story / add a comment
dublin / miscellaneous / event notice Monday January 10, 2011 22:46 by ViciousHippie
Bring tools, play sound !

A lively and open jam session on the streets of Dublin -
free to everyone with or without an instrument.
Bring the community spirit back to our streets,
play some music and have some fun while you're at it !

Meet @ 1pm in Temple Bar Square on Saturday 22th January read full story / add a comment
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