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offsite link Operation Claw-Sword: Erdogan?s big new game in Syria Sun Nov 27, 2022 18:03 | The Saker
by Pepe Escobar, posted with the author?s permission and widely cross-posted Wily Sultan is caught between his electorate, which favors a Syria invasion, and his extremely nuanced relations with Russia

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Public Inquiry
Interested in maladministration. Estd. 2005

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international / rights, freedoms and repression / opinion/analysis Monday October 19, 2009 21:32 by michelle clarke   text 23 comments (last - sunday september 23, 2012 16:59)
Something for people to consider during a irksome Recession and when vulnerabilities multiply, and people become further ostracised:-

'Where is the Life we have lost living?

Where is the wisdom we have lost in Knowledge?

Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?

Ireland has now embracing the status within the EU as an Knowledge Economy, so let us use the Knowledge minus the unwanted information to make proper health provision for the vulnerable and aged. read full story / add a comment
international / rights, freedoms and repression / opinion/analysis Tuesday October 06, 2009 17:49 by michelle clarke   text 14 comments (last - tuesday september 18, 2012 14:19)
In the past, I have written about a treasure trove of information much under utilised for parents, for individuals, for children, for the elderly concerned about the future, and for students. It is the EU office in Dawson Street. This is adjacent to the Royal Irish Academy, and St. Anne's Church which is also a haven for people with time on their hands and a curious mind. They have a coffee centre and for over 50's they assist people in learning how to use the computer read full story / add a comment
international / rights, freedoms and repression / opinion/analysis Sunday May 03, 2009 16:30 by michelle clarke   text 10 comments (last - friday may 15, 2009 11:57)
What can we, the plain people of Ireland, contribute to the Theorists, Government politicians, the Bankers, the professions, the economists - to those who have constructed NAMA. These are the people we must learn to trust and if this is so, we the plain people of Ireland must be able to contribute our views, in a collective way, as part of the people grassroots press.

The common sense view is free and this is about democracy. read full story / add a comment
national / anti-war / imperialism / news report Monday May 26, 2008 14:43 by Belfast Anti War Movement   text 11 comments (last - wednesday july 09, 2008 23:58)   image 4 images
Over 200 people have signed a letter opposing the upcoming visit of George Bush to Belfast read full story / add a comment
international / rights, freedoms and repression / opinion/analysis Sunday March 23, 2008 18:04 by Kevin T. Walsh   text 20 comments (last - sunday october 21, 2012 14:45)
As you read the posting below, I would suggest you check Inydymedia coverage on two topics: Brain Injury writtten michelle clarke and the posting of Mr. Justice Barr's Report and the shooting dead of John Carthy...... read full story / add a comment
national / history and heritage / event notice Friday March 21, 2008 20:34 by Joe Hickey
Sinn Féin 1916 Easter 2008 commemorations
Honour Ireland’s patriot dead — Wear an Easter Lily and attend your local Easter commemoration

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international / rights, freedoms and repression / opinion/analysis Tuesday November 20, 2007 01:43 by michelle clarke   text 15 comments (last - wednesday june 06, 2012 16:02)
Addiction, Fear, Shyness, drug take and why, those who stand back absorbed in shyness, those who will not participate at school - the student who hates reading out, the student hates going to school, the student who could be helped if only someone knew..........In England people had mentors....and personally I think this is a great idea. Shy children often hide deep dark talents which are lost in a curriculum that is in fact destroying their life changes. read full story / add a comment
international / rights, freedoms and repression / opinion/analysis Wednesday November 14, 2007 20:02 by michelle clarke   text 12 comments (last - monday june 21, 2010 15:58)
Personal Reflections of illness and the Irish system

MRSA and its impact on people, on families........Are we negligent?

It is not acceptable for our hospitals to be plagued with a disease that is in effect a silent killer and if it fails to kill you leaves you a victim for life of health system that will eventually destroy you.

For people with long term illness, the lack of multi-disciplinary medics and an over abundance of management/staff, cleaners etc., the hospitals do not get cleaned as used to be the case. read full story / add a comment
international / rights, freedoms and repression / opinion/analysis Wednesday October 24, 2007 19:27 by michelle clarke   text 21 comments (last - saturday january 17, 2009 13:01)   image 1 image
We the plain people

Aaron Russell documentary is well worth watching..........

The presentation alerts people involved in financial, markets, transactions to review history before consolidating on present day financial transactions..

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national / rights, freedoms and repression / opinion/analysis Thursday June 07, 2007 21:50 by Kevin T. Walsh   text 19 comments (last - thursday april 01, 2010 15:55)
As I watch with admiration the grass root activists in Helligendmm, Germany, yesterday - the young students protesting against world poverty and being cordoned off by heavy handed police. Well done to these young people who have no agenda but raw passing against global poverty.

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international / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Tuesday March 13, 2007 19:17 by michelle clarke   text 22 comments (last - tuesday may 14, 2013 16:40)
The year was 1993 or perhaps 1994, I lived in Zimbabwe and the past time that I most enjoyed was horse riding in the Veld near Sunset.

On this occasion....I was being brave. I had learned to canter so it was time to jump. An arena, an enthusiasm, the taste of speed and miscalculation and there was change, I went over the horse and under the horse.

Outcome: private emegency ambulance - a team who I will never know who most likely saved my life. There was only one elderly man as Neurosugeon in Zimbabwe at that time. From there life became a pilgrim path of exploration and many bumps and turns on the road.

Welcome to Brain Awareness Week. Let us all take the opportunity to learn about the brain, about acquired brain injury, about diseases of the brain, about mental health implications,

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international / rights, freedoms and repression / opinion/analysis Wednesday February 07, 2007 20:31 by michelle clarke   text 19 comments (last - sunday july 27, 2008 01:24)   image 4 images
Thankfully these men were found out.......Thankfully the police system and legal system could take this to court - to the Crown Court. This is about hard core paedophiles, their fantasies and using websites on the internet to conspire a plan - a plan that would mimic what happened to 'Holly and Jess' RIP, to young girls who experienced a sordid death.

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national / crime and justice / opinion/analysis Wednesday December 13, 2006 22:23 by michelle clarke   text 16 comments (last - tuesday november 11, 2008 18:09)
What needs to be done?

Game plan to combat crime for 2006......... read full story / add a comment
international / rights, freedoms and repression / opinion/analysis Wednesday October 18, 2006 23:31 by michelle clarke   text 28 comments (last - thursday june 27, 2013 12:55)
There is a very saying. Come progress, come poverty.

During the last census in Ireland, it was spoken about in the Joe Duffy Liveline. It outlined the wealth and the illusion of the everlasting Tiger but people doing the census forms told Joe Duffy of the poverty they experienced in many houses on their rounds.

Two weeks ago I was walking with my dog on the Canal, off Baggot Street, when a lady in distress sitting on a park bench crying - i stopped spoke to her and listened intently to her story. The lady told me come October 10th at 10.00 p.m. the Sherriff was coming on behalf of the landlord with an order of ejection.

It intrigued me that the word 'EVICtion.....is not being used now. I took some particulars off the lady and made no promises. Two days later I met a barrister friend of mine. He asked me how long she lived in her flat. I said 27 years. He replied she has rights under the 1980 Act section 17.
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international / rights, freedoms and repression / opinion/analysis Wednesday September 27, 2006 23:41 by michelle clarke   text 16 comments (last - wednesday december 20, 2006 18:17)
All I feel at this time is about the adage ' walking in the moccasins' of another.

Do many of us really remember the 1980's? I do. I emigrated with my then husband to England (we hadn't the qualifications for the US. Both he and I worked in the building industry, for large companies - M.F.N. (liquiddation) but one of the big 9 in the 1970's. Then the Gallagher's Abbey. It was rough one day to see all staff lose their jobs as the construction marketed faltered further in the early 1980's. Land banks existed but planning permission for sites in places like Yellow Walls in Portmarnock were at log jam as Governments changed.

I am forever grateful to people like Michael O'Leary and their foresight for Ryanair. It meant we had left Ireland but it was possible to come home and frequently. We brought new friends home. This would not have been possible in the Monopolised Aer Lingus challenged by O'Leary.

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international / rights, freedoms and repression / opinion/analysis Wednesday September 27, 2006 22:35 by michelle clarke   text 20 comments (last - wednesday april 22, 2009 19:14)
Reuters: Leading world information source

Did you know?

'More die from Suicide than Wars, Murders'

Mental Health, Drug Addiction, Brain Injury Recovery, Addictions, eating disorders, anxiety, social anxiety, phobias, Fears, and so much more.

Where is the integration in policy..........Who understands and who really cares? The areas include social, community, education, health, the thread runs through society......even to the mentality of people driving cars and flying planes.....Yes, the big one is Stress - Anxiety - and Depression
it is said 25 % of people killed in RTA's are in fact Suicides. Let's get real.

Integration, co-operation, rehabilitative disciplines and teams to work on say people with mental health and neurological provlsion complicated by Chronic Fatigue syndrome while at the same time ensure that people are sufficiently alert and aware to physical conditions like cancer... The statistics and comparisons in this area make interesting reading.

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international / arts and media / opinion/analysis Thursday September 07, 2006 19:41 by michelle clarke   text 31 comments (last - thursday september 21, 2006 21:59)
A Balmy September Day, the cafe culture, the dog, the coffee and the Daily Ireland. I liked this....The history synopsis and quote for the day provided the reminder of times yor and the wisdom that it is nice to have. read full story / add a comment
international / history and heritage / opinion/analysis Saturday September 02, 2006 21:48 by Jack Russell   text 7 comments (last - friday march 29, 2013 14:10)
Republican Sinn Fein (Saoirse) articles on Indymedia promts to examine the site further. It is is interesting reading but serious challenges lies ahead of the November deadline date. read full story / add a comment
international / consumer issues / opinion/analysis Tuesday July 11, 2006 03:15 by michelle clarke   text 29 comments (last - thursday july 02, 2009 16:43)
As a person with many disabilities I have spent over three years writing via net for broadband........all I end up is paying for broadband since 2004, then the 1892 account t that ran tadjacent and my own account.......was running up a bill, on the basis that I had no broadbank.
I write emails because I am phone phobic and limited to certain tasks a day otherwise it is confusion and I advised Disability section broadband all about these criteria. Now I am cancelled with aq bill. I lose out on the rent change paid by government.......

All I asked was that a service man put in the equipment as my intellectual abilities make it difficult!!!! But no........Service is Irish style, lots of advertising and no action or no thought. Has anyone else fallent into trap............ read full story / add a comment
international / rights, freedoms and repression / opinion/analysis Tuesday June 20, 2006 21:30 by michelle clarke   text 31 comments (last - friday january 22, 2010 08:41)
'Knowledge is no load'........Today Knowledge flounders in vanity by revelations of a woman who forms the centre stage in Irish politics.

Money is the core ingredient of motive......entertainment, dress, holidays, no divorce because after all that would involve the judiciary deciding how to allocated funds......a deletion of power!!!!

Remember: The bus pass was a great populist move but as we moved into the pre-ordained capitalist route, privatisation will no doubt end this.

Yes, the 1970's, a woman could marry into a farm and the husband could leave it to the son.....and her fate could be the county home

But does anyone ask about Divorce, the fact that there is no clean break, the fact it is 50/50, the fact that when a person dies, their spouse is notified and within 6 months can make a claim on their estate.....

What about the 2nd bite of the Cherry.....The truth is there is one rule for the rich ......... and a completely different one for the ordinary person.

The trend in Ireland is to leave the house with wife, contributing to men living in one bed flats and in some cases homeless.

The English divide.........What is Fair? read full story / add a comment
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