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offsite link Sitrep Britain: The Titanic Hits the Iceberg Wed Jul 06, 2022 22:41 | amarynth
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offsite link Sitrep Operation Z: A small pause Wed Jul 06, 2022 13:17 | amarynth
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offsite link The Empire is not done torturing Afghanistan Wed Jul 06, 2022 11:42 | amarynth
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offsite link Why don?t the African cosmos support the West in its sanctions war against Russia? Wed Jul 06, 2022 11:26 | amarynth
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offsite link News Round-Up Thu Jul 07, 2022 02:56 | Will Jones
A summary of all the most interesting stories that have appeared about politicians? efforts to control the virus ? and other acts of hubris and folly ? not just in Britain, but around the world.
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offsite link Boris?s Tragic Flaw Wed Jul 06, 2022 19:03 | Toby Young
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offsite link Sacrificing Children?s Needs for Those of Adults was Devastating and Must Never Happen Again Wed Jul 06, 2022 14:21 | Molly Kingsley and Liz Cole
In crisis, we chose to invert our public health paradigm by requiring the young to sacrifice their own health and wellbeing to safeguard that of adults. In doing so, we shattered our implicit social contract.
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offsite link The New Bill of Rights is Another Example of Boris?s Lack of Backbone Wed Jul 06, 2022 10:30 | James Allan
The new Bill of Rights is a disappointment. It won't rein in the judges, just empower British ones at the expense of European ones. It does little about the undermining of parliamentary sovereignty by the lawyerly caste.
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offsite link What Happened in Lithuania? Wed Jul 06, 2022 08:39 | Noah Carl
By the end of last year, Lithuania's elderly vaccination rate was 37 percentage points higher than Romania's. Yet since the start of the vaccine rollout, the two countries have had similar levels of excess mortality.
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Leitrim - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970

Wise Woman Weekend

category leitrim | miscellaneous | event notice author Sunday March 22, 2009 18:20author by Wise Woman - Wise Woman Irelandauthor email info at wisewomanireland dot com Report this post to the editors

Ireland's Women Only Festival

A weekend of learning, discovery, celebration and fun for women of all ages.

Join the 5th annual reunion of women on their journey to wisdom at the Wise Woman Weekend May 8th-10th, 2009 in Dromahair, Co Leitrim.

Connect with old friends and like minds as we celebrate the Celtic festival of Bealtaine, a season when life is bursting with the power of potential.

Leave behind the ordinary and come learn of the traditional wisdoms, remember our heritage as women, and honour the feminine.
All events will take place in the transition town of Dromahair, 17km from the transportation hub of Sligo and in the heart of Yeat’s country. Dromahair is in the Green Box Eco Tourism zone and EU flower certified accommodation is available.

The weekend opens Friday evening at Ard Nahoo Eco Retreat under the full moon in the Wise Woman Mandala. Community singing groups from Galway and Sligo will provide a welcome and you are free to join in as we gather in the energy of the weekend through music, dance, song and ritual.

During the weekend women from the Secwepemc First Nations band from Canada will demonstrate their pow wow dances and teach us how they work with the The Medicine Wheel.

The weekend includes the ever popular Wild Woman Vegetarian Banquet and Open Mic Social, a Standing Women Visualisation to save the world and closes with a Bealtaine ritual lead by Amantha Murphy.

A weekend pass is €140. Gift certificates are available. All the details are at www.wisewomanireland.com including a carpool. Or call Alex at 071 964 3963.

The Wise Woman Weekend is a self supporting,not for profit event organised by volunteers.

Related Link: http://www.wisewomanireland.com
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