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offsite link News Round-Up Tue Feb 27, 2024 00:15 | Richard Eldred
A summary of the most interesting stories in the past 24 hours that challenge the prevailing orthodoxy about the virus and the vaccines, the ?climate emergency? and the supposed moral defects of Western civilisation.
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offsite link Elon Musk Equated to Hitler by Google?s Gemini AI Mon Feb 26, 2024 19:00 | Will Jones
Google is facing renewed criticism of its artificial intelligence after users of its chatbot found the system refused to condemn paedophiles and equated Elon Musk with Adolf Hitler.
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offsite link Are We Taking the Risks of 5G Seriously Enough? Mon Feb 26, 2024 17:20 | Gillian Jamieson
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offsite link Charlotte Church Leads Choir Featuring Children in Antisemitic Song Mon Feb 26, 2024 15:14 | Will Jones
Charlotte Church has come under fire for leading a 100-strong pro-Palestine choir featuring children in singing the antisemitic song From The River to Sea, which calls for the destruction of the world's only Jewish state.
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offsite link A Tired Fictional Genre Makes a Last Gasp Argument For ?Grown Up? Managerialism Mon Feb 26, 2024 13:00 | J Sorel
The new Olivia Coleman film Wicked Little Letters pushes the tired genre of cosy English fiction, in which the loony locals need to be saved by a Theresa May-style manager, over the edge of absurdity, says J Sorel.
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Emergency Protests for Palestine Around Ireland

category national | anti-war / imperialism | news report author Thursday January 11, 2024 20:00author by IPSC - Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign Report this post to the editors

As Apartheid Israel continues pounding the captive and besieged people of Gaza with indiscriminate bombing and a full scale invasion, all with the blessing of Western powers, we ask you to join us at an emergency solidarity rally in support of the Palestinian people. Note, not all these actions are organised by the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign.
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Emergency Protests for Palestine Around Ireland

As Apartheid Israel continues pounding the captive and besieged people of Gaza with indiscriminate bombing and a full scale invasion, all with the blessing of Western powers, we ask you to join us at an emergency solidarity rally in support of the Palestinian people. Note, not all these actions are organised by the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign.

Friday 12th January
Sallins – 7.30am, M7 Motorway Bridge
Kildare – 7.30am, Aldi Bridge
Cobh – 3.30pm, Belvelly Bridge

Saturday 13th January
Dublin – NATIONAL DEMONSTRATION FOR PALESTINE – March & Rally, 1pm, Garden of Remembrance
Derry – March, Assemble 12pm at Waterside Railway Station
Cork – 1pm, Grand Parade
Carrick-on-Shannon – 3pm, The Bridge
Ennis – 11am, O’Connell Square
Clonakilty – 5pm, Astna Square
Bantry – Musical Fundraiser, 7pm, Maritime Hotel
Ghaoth Dobhair – 8.30pm, Gig ar son Ghaza, Amharclann Ghaoth Dobhair

Wednesday 17th January
Dingle – 8pm, McCarthy’s, Goat Street, Dingle Gig for Gaza

Sunday 14th January
Dublin – 2pm – 4pm, Solidarity Sessions Fundraiser, Unit 44 (Kirkos), 44 Park Shopping Centre, Prussia St
Midleton – 2pm, The Courthouse
Carrigaline – 3.30pm, Main Street
Shannon Airport – 2pm, The Roundabout (V14 PY01)

Monday 15th January
Ballincollig – 6pm, Oustide Dunnes Stores

Thursday 18th January
Charleville – 7pm, Oustide the Library

Saturday 20th January
Greystones – 1pm, Blacklion Crossroads
Malahide – 6pm, Musical Fundrasier for Gaza, Hilton Hotel

We need to tell our leaders that we won’t be silent in the face of Israeli war crimes, illegal collective punishment, and threats of mass ethnic cleansing. We need to tell Apartheid Israel that we will escalate the international campaign for justice in Palestine.

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