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2021/11/29 00:30:01Welcome 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

offsite link The Menticide Manual ? ?The Second Subjunctive? Sun Nov 28, 2021 16:58 | amarynth
By Thorsten J. Pattberg for the Saker Blog Part I. What They Do On July 4th, 2021, the globalists? flagship magazine The Economist published another apocalyptic prognosis for our planet?s near

offsite link China, Russia and India: Foreign Ministers Joint Communique Sat Nov 27, 2021 17:32 | amarynth
Joint Communique of the 18th Meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Russian Federation, the Republic of India and the People’s Republic of China November 26, 2021 1. The 18th

offsite link Who Wants Some Ukraine? Thu Nov 25, 2021 22:22 | amarynth
by Dmitry Orlov, posted with permission of the author On Tuesday, 23 November, Russia’s most senior military general, Valery Gerasimov, had a “deconfliction” phone conference with US Chairman of the

offsite link Possible motives for a provocation against Russia Thu Nov 25, 2021 21:17 | The Saker
A lot of commentators have pointed out that the West really does not want a full scale war with Russia because this would, at best, be a suicidal proposition.  True.

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offsite link News Round-Up Sun Nov 28, 2021 23:34 | Luke Perry
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 Mandatory Masks Return to Secondary Schools Sun Nov 28, 2021 21:03 | Toby Young
In a late addition to the raft of Covid restrictions announced yesterday, the Government has sneaked out the most controversial one late on a Sunday: mask mandates are returning to schools.
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offsite link NHS Chief Stephen Powis Claims the ?Overwhelming Majority? of Covid ICU Patients are Unvaccinated. B... Sun Nov 28, 2021 18:32 | Will Jones
NHS England Medical Director Stephen Powis has claimed that the "overwhelming majority" of Covid ICU patients are unvaccinated. But is he 'doing a Pritchard' and using out-of-date data from July?
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offsite link Omicron Variant Spreads to Denmark And The Netherlands ? And Could Lead to Restrictions Tightening i... Sun Nov 28, 2021 18:26 | Luke Perry
With much of Europe already under lockdown restrictions, Denmark and the Netherlands have recorded their first cases of the Omicron variant, which may lead to additional measures being imposed on the Continent.
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offsite link Covid Hospital Admissions are Falling in England, as are the Total Number of Covid Patients ? and Om... Sun Nov 28, 2021 17:50 | Luke Perry
According to the Daily Sceptic's in-house doctor, there are half as many Covid in-patients today than there were this time last year, not 14 times as many as was claimed recently and Omicron is unlikely to change that.
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national / history and heritage / news report Sunday February 17, 2008 23:48 by TaraWatch   text 4 comments (last - tuesday march 11, 2008 21:00)   image 5 images
Campaigners are called on to lobby and help build an alliance that can assure this motion will succeed. read full story / add a comment
dublin / environment / event notice Thursday February 14, 2008 21:53 by emma
John Gormley is opening a conference in the Castle Hotel in Trim at 2pm. read full story / add a comment
national / environment / event notice Wednesday February 13, 2008 20:57 by USI Environmental Awareness Officer   text 1 comment (last - thursday february 14, 2008 15:49)
national / environment / other press Tuesday February 12, 2008 19:58 by Cael   text 38 comments (last - sunday march 27, 2016 08:59)
From the IRBB website

I've just been reading in an excellent lecture by Brendan Myers, Dept. of Philosophy, UCG., that the Proclamation was read out on the Hill of Tara before it was read out at the GPO. Does anyone have any more information about this?
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national / environment / event notice Friday February 08, 2008 09:18 by Tara Solidarity Vigil   text 2 comments (last - friday february 08, 2008 16:56)   image 2 images
Peaceful Demonstration Sunday Feb 10th 3pm read full story / add a comment
Lismullin Henge
international / environment / news report Wednesday February 06, 2008 10:32 by Tarapixie   text 30 comments (last - friday february 22, 2008 06:50)   image 5 images
meath / miscellaneous / news report Tuesday February 05, 2008 12:29 by marcin swoboda   text 6 comments (last - wednesday february 06, 2008 08:29)
I'm turncoat ACS archaeologist. I'm involved in Tara
Campaign since June 2006 and thats my story about
clamping to a lorry at 31st of January. read full story / add a comment
national / environment / event notice Friday February 01, 2008 13:48 by Lismullen   text 2 comments (last - wednesday february 06, 2008 13:56)   image 4 images
Demonstration, to illustrate the magnitude of the Lismullen henge will use hundreds of crosses, symbolising the rebels who were hung near Soldier's Hill in 1798. read full story / add a comment
national / arts and media / other press Tuesday January 29, 2008 09:04 by Mariella Froster   text 93 comments (last - tuesday august 08, 2017 07:29)   image 2 images
Posters on politics.ie will be familiar with the vitriol directed at Indymedia. Accusations of stasi style censorship are routine. For some time now, however, the fact that censorhip on politics.ie is more frequent, arbitrary and subjective than anything seen on many other sites has become pretty obvious. read full story / add a comment
national / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Monday January 28, 2008 17:38 by Rob Henderson   text 6 comments (last - wednesday january 30, 2008 19:49)   image 2 images
Feel free to copy and circulate this appeal, stick it to notice boards, windows, newspapers, post it on Internet sites ask a personal friend or family member to give you the time it takes to read it. read full story / add a comment
It's Turner season- so Here's a Harry Clarke
national / arts and media / opinion/analysis Saturday January 26, 2008 19:51 by C Murray   text 2 comments (last - sunday january 27, 2008 11:14)   image 2 images
This is the last week of the annual Turner Exhibit in the National Gallery's Print Room.
The blurb on the boards describes the provenance of the bequest and the agreement
between the estate of the collector and the Scottish and Irish galleries.
We only exhibit the Turner's in their climate control cases during the month of
January, this is largely because they are drawings and washes of landscapes
and are fragile.

The light is weakest at this time of year in Dublin and conducive to a visit. read full story / add a comment
Heng or whats left of it!
international / history and heritage / news report Thursday January 24, 2008 21:12 by tarapiXie   text 5 comments (last - saturday january 26, 2008 11:47)   image 7 images
We had decided to have our breakfast on the henge this morning. As I drove towards the N3 a low loader carrying a digger was driving towards Lismullen. Approx 10 protestors arrived in Lismullen, some from the road and some from Rath Lugh. Security were present during the entire time we were there. 2 protestors were assaulted within a few minutes of arriving. I tried to block the fuel coming out of the Lismullen carpark but Mark Cleary kept pushing me out of the way and the fuel tractor got away. Steve from Kildare, one of the security men assaulted another protestor, he was pulled from the fence and thrown onto the ground head first, and hurt his neck. read full story / add a comment
Would bifocals help?
national / history and heritage / opinion/analysis Thursday January 24, 2008 10:19 by Terry   text 4 comments (last - friday february 01, 2008 15:25)   image 3 images
Meath, Heritage Capital of Ireland? Balloon is Full of Hot Air in more ways than one. read full story / add a comment
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national / miscellaneous / news report Tuesday January 22, 2008 17:09 by Republican Youth   image 3 images
Young Republican delegates from across Ireland and representatives of International youth movements mobilised in Dublin this weekend to take part in a packed and upbeat Ógra Shinn Féin National Congress.

Sinn Fein President, Gerry Adams delivered the main address and helped launch Ógra’s new drugs and alcohol campaign called N.A.R.C. (Not Another Ravaged Community) campaign.

The Sinn Féin President told the assembled; Comhdháil Náisúnta, that the Lisbon treaty was a bad deal for Ireland.

“The Lisbon Treaty, like many of the treaties that went before it, does not deliver reform, efficiency or democracy. It is a bad deal for Ireland. We deserve and can achieve better.”

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filling your heads with citations, proofs, ideas & no trivia!
international / arts and media / other press Friday January 18, 2008 12:32 by Fu manchu   text 2 comments (last - monday march 17, 2008 00:00)   image 1 image
Tara Brabazon is Professor of Media Studies a the University of Brighton and Director of the Popular Culture Collective. She's an author of a few bits & bobs on internet use, media culture & is building quite a profile for herself for attacking Google & Wikipedia claiming that they undermine educational & didactic processes & more than Harry Potter actively contribute to turning our kids brains (& minds) to utter mushy shite.

Thing is, her arguments are proving to interest & influence far beyond the generally airified chitchat discussions of Media Studies university departments. Today's "Liberation" the French leftwing daily reports how the "Just say No to Wikipedia!" stickers are appearing across the USA in high schools as well as public amenity libraries. The cultural link with Nancy Reagan's "Just say no to Drugs!" ought be obvious.
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Last remaining trees on Soldier Hill
international / history and heritage / news report Friday January 11, 2008 16:18 by tarapiXie   text 15 comments (last - friday february 01, 2008 18:21)   image 11 images
Another successful day as the campaign continues, activists occupied one of the last remaining tree's on the route from 6.30am onwards on the compulsory purchase line at soldier hill. read full story / add a comment
Ardsallagh Compound
international / history and heritage / news report Monday January 07, 2008 13:39 by tarapiXie   text 5 comments (last - tuesday january 08, 2008 18:41)   image 3 images
This morning, monday 6th jan '08 at 7 am, 11 of us split up into two groups. We went to the Ardsallagh Compound (site entrance 2.10) and Roestown (site entrance 2.1 ) . All the machinery was parked at these two sites for the past two weeks over Christmas. read full story / add a comment
international / environment / press release Monday January 07, 2008 00:09 by Brian Guckian & Tadhg Crowley
It is highly unlikely that the proposed Navan rail link can be economically viable if the M3 motorway is completed in its present tolled and over-specified format, the promoters of the Meath MASTER Plan have warned.

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national / history and heritage / press release Wednesday January 02, 2008 13:31 by Mark Cantwell   text 1 comment (last - tuesday january 08, 2008 18:12)
On December 22nd 2007, itison.tv was launched with it's first project, Tara Saga.

Tara Saga is now the third working title for a documentary project about the ancient site of Tara in Co. Meath, Ireland. The project was spurred by the controversial development of a motorway through this ancient landscape.
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national / miscellaneous / press release Sunday December 30, 2007 15:53 by Kevin Murphy   text 14 comments (last - sunday january 06, 2008 17:56)
32 County Sovereignty Movement

2008 New Year Statement read full story / add a comment
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