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EU Commission proposes new strict EU-wide rules on single-use plastics 12:29 May 29 0 comments
Red faces in governments around the world after Cambridge Analytica dirty laundry comes to light 22:49 Mar 23 0 comments
Protecting WIldlife in Ireland from Hedge Cutting and Gorse Burning 23:37 Feb 23 0 comments
From Facebook to Policebook 22:18 Feb 03 0 comments
The French Plan to recognize “Rojava” 23:11 Jan 15 2 commentsmore >>
What is Dogmatism and Why Does It Matter? Wed Mar 21, 2018 08:10 | Sylvia Smith
The Case of Comrade Dallas Mon Mar 19, 2018 19:44 | Sylvia Smith
Review: Do Religions Evolve? Mon Aug 14, 2017 19:54 | Dara McHugh
Fake News: The Epistemology of Media Wed Jun 07, 2017 11:52 | Gavin Mendel-Gleason
Officials and Provisionals Sat Apr 01, 2017 22:54 | James O'Brien
Interested in maladministration. Estd. 2005
A bird's eye view of the vineyard
Sexy metal: the missing element in the Korean puzzle Wed Jun 20, 2018 20:00 | The Saker
Syrian War Report ? June 20, 2018: Syrian Army Attacks Militants In Daraa Province Wed Jun 20, 2018 16:54 | Scott
How Iran got economically socialist, and then Islamic socialist Wed Jun 20, 2018 16:54 | The Saker
Why do we need the World Football Cup? By Ruslan Ostashko Tue Jun 19, 2018 23:46 | Scott
Syrian War Report ? June 19, 2018: Many Govt Fighters Killed In Alleged US Strikes In Eastern Syria Tue Jun 19, 2018 22:09 | Scott
The central bank is planning changes to the Code of Protection on mortgage arrears, these changes will mean it will be easier for people to be counted as non co-operating and thus make repossession easier, please send the submission below to firstname.lastname@example.org or make your own submission and send before April 10th to ensure your opposition to this is taken into consideration, with 95,000 people in arrears because of this banking led recession, the people who are bailing out the banks need fairness, there is nothing fair in all powers of discretion, supervision and appeals being with the banks who will not consider the good of the person or common good of the country.
The EU bailout in Cyprus seems, on the surface to have taken on board some good ideas such as burning bondholders, capital flight controls, and much more limited small depositors state bank guarantee scheme, but does this stand up to closer inspection or have they just used these good ideas in a rather twisted way to further the same old financial terrorist agendas?
All the worry about Global Warming has tended to focus on carbon dioxide emissions but the real threat may be methane emissions.... In the past 5 years there have been major changes happening up in the Arctic. The annual summer melt of the sea ice floating on the Arctic Ocean has greatly increased, exposing a much larger area to heating during the summer months which in turn has warmed the ocean enough that the frozen methane hydrates on and below the seabed are beginning to melt, causing methane gas to bubble to the surface. The trouble is methane is up to 100 times (over initial 20 year period of release) more effective than carbon dioxide as a greenhouse gas and the estimated quantity of methane hydrates suggests the amount of carbon contained in them exceeds all the coal, oil and gas burned so far. And should the tundra melt in Siberia then the huge area of peatland will resume decomposing thereby emitting a very large quantity of carbon dioxide. This scenario would take us past extinction danger point which is reckoned for a rise of 6oCelsius or more would be close to certainty.
The Commandante is dead but the Revolution continues. If there is an afterlife then Chavez is in Valhalla.
The anti-abortion movement was not cowed by the outcry over Savita's tragic death nor by the huge popular response marching in November. The Government plans legislation only to allow abortion when the woman's life is danger and the criteria for establishing that are not yet known. All opinion polls on the subject show a huge majority in favour of liberalisation of the laws -- a majority which is also rising over the years. The abortion rights movement has been publicly quiet for some time now while the opposition is loud and in public view. Can the movement for abortion rights summon the necessary militancy to achieve its objectives?
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19 June - Dublin Protest for Julian Assange 12:52 Wed 20 Jun 0 comments
As part of a worldwide protest, solidarity was shown in Dublin to Julian Assange. Mairead Maguire called on the Irish Government to mediate between Britain and Ecuador to secure his release. Mick Wallace and Clare Daly also spoke.
MORE BAD NEWS FROM AFRIN? 18:03 Wed 16 May 0 comments
Ongoing abduction and rape of women and young girls by Turkish ‘Security’ Forces in Afrin, Rojava
Israel has massacred over 60 Palestinians: 18:06 Tue 15 May 0 comments
n response to Israel’s horrific massacre of some 60 unarmed Palestinians, and wounding of thousands, yesterday in Gaza, the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) has organised a series of protests around Ireland to take place today. Protests are expected to continue in Gaza, and casualties are expected to mount.
A reign of terror: Extra-judicial killings in Duterte’s Philippines 10:03 Fri 04 May 0 comments
Since Rodrigo Duterte began his term as the 16th president of the Philippines in 30 June 2016, Filipinos and the international community have watched in horror at accounts of dead bodies found nightly in the country’s streets, linked to extra-judicial killings (EJKs).
Gaza tomorrow 14:02 Thu 26 Apr 0 comments
After dozens were killed and hundreds injured in the Friday demonstrations in Gaza, it appears inevitable that there will be further such killings and mutilations tomorrow as the protests continue. The following letter to the Israeli Ambassador in Ireland expresses fears that Israel will continue their unjust use of violence.
France In Revolt – Workers And Students Unite 20:48 Sun 22 Apr 0 comments
While the Irish media focus only Macron bombing Syria and making speeches in praise of the EU French workers and students are in full scale revolt against the French President’s neo-liberal policies.
150 trade unions, parties, NGOs and faith groups call on EU to stop funding Israeli arms companies 22:27 Thu 19 Apr 0 comments
Protecting Wildlife in Ireland from Hedge Cutting and Gorse Burning 16:47 Wed 18 Apr 0 comments
As printed 2018 edition
Letter to Ecuadorian Embassy re Julian Assange 14:24 Tue 17 Apr 4 comments
(On 28 March the new Ecuadorian government and its President cut off all use of the internet from Julian and forbade him all future visitors. His friends have rallied and are asking all who care to protest and work on his behalf. The letter below explains itself)
Palestinian journalist dies of wounds sustained in Gaza border clashes 07:11 Sun 08 Apr 0 comments
Yaser Murtaja, a Palestinian journalist has died after succumbing to wounds he sustained during clashes with Israeli forces near the border between the besieged Gaza Strip and the occupied Palestinian territories.more >>
Ireland's, Embassies Galore Jun 03 0 comments
In an advanced technological communications era, what a waste and nonsense to even contemplate opening yet another embassy to add to the seventy-four existing Irish missions across the world?
EU/Irish Government Deception? Jun 03 0 comments
Inaugural Irish Defence Forces Values Champion Awards?
The Referendum. Jun 01 1 comments
Explains why Irish capitalism is to blame as well as the irish hierarchy of rat crimes against women and children in Ireland.
Why The Left Should Embrace BREXIT May 27 0 comments
This is story is being reposted as it is considered to be of noteworthy interest to the issue of Brexit since it will probably have a significant impact on Ireland
8 reasons anarchists are voting Yes to Repeal the hated 8th May 25 0 comments
On May 25th we in Ireland finally get to vote to Repeal the hated 8th amendment. Here we present the 8 reasons WSM members are voting Yes to Repeal along with many of the articles we have published on the issue in recent months.more >>
Dublin Airport Carpark Polluting Local Rivers Jun 17 Friends of Irish Environment 0 comments
A submission by an environmental watchdog has flagged alleged pollution incidents arising from Dublin Airport’s carparks. An application is before An Bord Pleanala under the Strategic Infrastructure Act to allow the permanent use of 10,880 long term car parking spaces on 36 hectares of land. This is approximately half of the current total capacity of 22,902 cars which currently have only temporary permission.
Wilde about Joyce This Bloomsday Jun 14 Wilde about Joyce 0 comments
Dublin, June 13, 2018: An art gallery that opened four months ago and located at 24 Baggot Street Upper, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 is celebrating Bloomsday. My motivation for these oil paintings is to celebrate Joyce by introducing colour into his other-wise early twentieth century black & white portraits, ‘to bring our faded images of Joyce back to life’.
CHASE: Permission has been granted for incinerator against the advice of Oral Hearing Inspecto Jun 01 Cork Harbour Alliance for a Safe Environment 0 comments
Permission, dated 30 May 2018, has been granted by An Bord Pleanala. News was received this morning that the Bord have overruled Inspector Derek Daly’s recommendation to refuse permission. See full documentation online, including Inspectors reports and Bord Directions. See http://www.pleanala.ie/news/SIDS%20Ringaskiddy%20Decisi...N.pdf
G7 Hurricane Debt Relief Caribbean/Small Islands Jun 01 Jubilee USA Network 0 comments
Washington DC - On the first day of the 2018 hurricane season, G7 Finance and Development Ministers are reviewing proposals for debt relief and “innovative financing” when islands are hit by natural disasters. Also focusing on empowering women in the economy, the group meets in Whistler, Canada, through Sunday. These meetings will help prepare outcomes for the upcoming G7 Ministerial meeting that President Trump attends later in June.
Extent of clean up on Haulbowline Island questioned May 22 Friends of Irish Environment 0 comments
EU ‘seeks clarification’ over toxic waste site