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offsite link Operation Gladio: NATO?s Secret War for International Fascism Thu Dec 01, 2022 17:50 | The Saker
By Cynthia Chung for The Saker blog You may be asking the question what on earth is ?international fascism? and how could NATO be in support of such a thing?!

offsite link The Global South births a new game-changing payment system Wed Nov 30, 2022 16:48 | The Saker
by Pepe Escobar, first published at The Cradle and posted with the author?s permission Challenging the western monetary system, the Eurasia Economic Union is leading the Global South toward a

offsite link Great unsaid in US election: Love for ?forever war? is what cost Democrats Tue Nov 29, 2022 23:31 | The Saker
by Ramin Mazaheri and cross-posted with PressTV It is an American rite of passage to realise that the Democratic Party never achieves what they claim to want to achieve. Some

offsite link US paralyzed by Islamic Republic of Iran?s strategic swing Tue Nov 29, 2022 18:16 | The Saker
By Pepe Escobar cross-posted on PressTV and the Saker blog and posted with the author?s permission Iran?s parliament has just approved the accession of the Islamic Republic to the Shanghai

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Remember the 1983 US invasion of Grenada aka “Operation Urgent Fury”? It all began on October 23, 1983 when two truck bombs blew up the buildings housing the US and

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offsite link Chris Whitty and Patrick Vallance Warn Britain faces ?Prolonged Period? of Excess Deaths ? Not Due t... Thu Dec 01, 2022 21:55 | Toby Young
Witless and Unbalanced have warned that Britain could face a ?prolonged period? of excess deaths due to the collateral damage caused by the lockdowns. No, really? Who could have possibly predicted that?!?
The post Chris Whitty and Patrick Vallance Warn Britain faces ?Prolonged Period? of Excess Deaths ? Not Due to Covid, But Due to the Lockdowns appeared first on The Daily Sceptic.

offsite link Russian Popular Support for War in Ukraine Begins to Waver Thu Dec 01, 2022 17:30 | Ian Rons
According to a leaked Russian government opinion poll, popular support for the war in Ukraine is beginning to weaken. Twenty-five per cent of respondents want the war to continue vs 55% who want a negotiated settlement.
The post Russian Popular Support for War in Ukraine Begins to Waver appeared first on The Daily Sceptic.

offsite link The Tories? Wind Power Delusion Thu Dec 01, 2022 15:32 | Toby Young
The demand for an end to the ban on on-shore wind farms is bizarre. As Matt Ridley points out in the Spectator, they?re not banned and the energy they produce is expensive and makes gas more expensive, not less.
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offsite link The Incoherence of Spending Billions on Lockdowns to ?Save Lives? While Assisting Many of the Same P... Thu Dec 01, 2022 11:00 | Nick Rendell
It's hard to make sense of a policy that spends billions on lockdowns to 'save lives' while also assisting many of the same people to commit suicide.
The post The Incoherence of Spending Billions on Lockdowns to ‘Save Lives’ While Assisting Many of the Same People to Commit Suicide appeared first on The Daily Sceptic.

offsite link The Dark Side of Herd Immunity Thu Dec 01, 2022 09:00 | Amanuensis
A simplistic use of 'herd immunity' led to fanciful claims that COVID-19 would disappear once 60% of the population was vaccinated. But is there a dark side to aiming at 'herd immunity' through vaccines?
The post The Dark Side of Herd Immunity appeared first on The Daily Sceptic.

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Solidarity Stall for Pat O'Donnell at Daunt Square, Cork

category cork | rights, freedoms and repression | news report author Friday May 21, 2010 22:59author by Ray - Cork Shell to Sea Report this post to the editors

The Chief's 100th day in jail is remembered by Cork Shell to Sea

This afternoon at Daunt Sq., at the junction of Cork's busiest shopping streets, Cork Shell to Sea held a stall to remind the city and its people that Pat 'the Chief' O'Donnell has just spent his 100th day behind Shell's bars at Castlerea Prison.
Pat O'Donnell, Hero & Friend, We Salute You!
Pat O'Donnell, Hero & Friend, We Salute You!

At 4 o'clock, a dozen or more Cork Shell to Sea members and supporters met at Daunt Sq. and began to set up an information stall. Once that was done, volunteers held up the banner photographed, and others then began to distribute flyers outlining Pat's plight and his reasons for opposing Shell's plans for his community. People also manned a table where a selection of flyers giving information on the Great Oil & Gas Robbery, the struggle against the Corrib Gas project in Erris, and also flyers on Niall Harnett who was also jailed 31 days ago for being part of the resistance to Shell.

The stall ran from its start at 4 o'clock to almost 6 o'clock in the bright early summer sunshine. Public response to the stall was very positive, with a thousand or more flyers etc. distributed and almost 30 postcards filled out to Pat by well-wishers, which will be sent to Pat in Castlerea Prison. Even a Garda who attempted to clear the stall and banners off the footpath using the Public Order Act was persuaded to desist and let Cork Shell to Sea mark our hero and friend's 100th day of Shell imprisonment with dignity and a little splash of colour.

Cork Shell to Sea would like to thank all those who turned up and gave of their time to mark Pat's century of days in jail, and also to the citizens of Cork for their positive response as always!

Getting the info. stall ready
Getting the info. stall ready

Getting going!
Getting going!

Banner displayed at Daunt Sq.
Banner displayed at Daunt Sq.

Telling the city about Pat and the Mayo struggle
Telling the city about Pat and the Mayo struggle

author by dhk - nonepublication date Sat May 22, 2010 10:45author address author phone Report this post to the editors

fair play to one and all involved. our thoughts with niall and pat.

author by Ray - Cork Shell to Seapublication date Fri May 21, 2010 23:42author address author phone Report this post to the editors

This is just the start of a busy weekend of activities by Cork Shell to Sea as the welcome the Merthyr to Mayo cycle to the city at the start of the Irish leg of the journey. More info. below:

http://www.indymedia.ie/article/96671

http://www.indymedia.ie/article/96667

http://www.indymedia.ie/article/96673

http://www.indymedia.ie/article/96672

http://www.indymedia.ie/article/96675

author by Ray - Cork Shell to Seapublication date Fri May 21, 2010 23:03author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Second set of photos from the day.

Group photo, without banner
Group photo, without banner

Cork city. Chalk message 1
Cork city. Chalk message 1

Cork city. Chalk message 2
Cork city. Chalk message 2

Cork city. Chalk message 3
Cork city. Chalk message 3

Cork city. Chalk message 4
Cork city. Chalk message 4

 
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