Posts Tagged ‘Ireland’

Russia isn’t just mapping Ireland’s internet cables – it’s planning to INVADE, foams Cold-War-revivalist DC think tank

Ireland’s status as “a vital telecommunications and logistics hub linking North America and Europe” has made it an irresistible prize to “the Putin regime,” according to a bizarre paper published on Wednesday by the Center for Security Policy, a right-wing think tank. Russia isn’t just lusting after Ireland’s burgeoning crop of tech firms, or its forest of undersea […]

The Rise of Sinn Féin: Dissecting Ireland’s February 2020 General Election and the State of the Nation

In the Republic of Ireland, among the most notable outcome from last week’s general election outcome was a substantial rise in popularity for the left-leaning party, Sinn Féin, whose standing rose by 10.7% as they gained 15 parliamentary seats in the Dáil (Irish parliament) for a 37 seat total. As witnessed across Europe, a fall […]

Selected Articles: Real and “Fake” Elections: US, Bolivia, Ireland

Bolivian Elections Will be an Opportunity to Legalize the Coup By Lucas Leiroz de Almeida, February 14, 2020 The next Bolivian presidential elections were scheduled for May 3. The scenario in the country remains troubled, marked by the unrest and tensions created by the coup that led to the overthrow of Evo Morales. On the […]

Taste the Cold Fist of Remorseless Democracy: Northern Ireland Holds First Dyke Marriage

Andrew Anglin Daily Stormer February 13, 2020 An artist’s theory of what Northern Ireland’s first lesbian marriage looked like. The backward and confused potato people with their stupid beliefs in religion and families will now taste the cold, hard fist of brutal and absolutist freedom and democracy as it is rammed down […]

Ireland is in big trouble A Chat with The Don and Special guest Mr John Waters #Rally4Peace

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“One Country, Two Systems”? Britain and Northern Ireland on Brexit

By Tom Clifford Global Research, December 17, 2019 One country, two systems. Britain is leaving the European Union. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is not leaving on the same terms. In the UK election, more Irish nationalists than Unionists were elected in Northern Ireland for the first time since Ireland was […]

#CultureWars #FreeSpeech #Ireland The Future of Ireland – Panel Discussion: E. Michael Jones, John Waters, Keith Woods & Rowan Croft

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#CultureWars #LogosRising What Happened To Ireland? E. Michael Jones and John Waters

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Johnson’s amnesty for Northern Ireland soldiers is a license to kill

Prime Minister Johnson made his announcement on the annual Armistice Day commemorating the end of World War I. In a blatant electioneering ploy, he said if his Conservative government is re-elected on December 12, then British law will be amended to bar any future prosecution of soldiers for alleged atrocities committed during Northern Ireland’s three-decade […]

Theresa May Ruled Out No-deal After Northern Ireland Terror Warning

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Coca-Cola Workers Fighting For Their Rights In Haiti, Indonesia, Ireland, And The USA Still Need Your Support

Coca-Cola Workers Fighting For Their Rights In Haiti, Indonesia, Ireland, And The USA Still Need Your Support Above Photo: From Iuf.org Coca-Cola continues to violate the fundamental rights of workers in Haiti, Indonesia, Ireland and the USA. CLICK HERE to learn more and to send a message to Coca-Cola’s CEO and Chairman James Quincey. In Haiti Coke’s bottler […]

Ireland and Scotland will renew links

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Taoiseach envisions united Ireland with majority consent

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Ireland central to Brexit, so why focus on Westminster?

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Relentless rainfall causing "serious" problems with Ireland’s potato harvest, may result in national shortage

   ADVERSE WEATHER conditions which have battered Ireland for months has resulted in “serious” problems with the annual potato harvest and could lead to a national shortage, experts have warned. According to RTÉ, the constant wet weather has resulted in just 30% of the national crop being harvested so far, with fears of big losses […]

Democratic Unionist Party: Brexit deal to open path to united Ireland

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Report On NoWar2019 Pathways To Peace Conference, Limerick, Ireland

Report On NoWar2019 Pathways To Peace Conference, Limerick, Ireland Above Photo: From Worldbeyondwar.org An anti-war conference called ‘NoWar2019 Pathways to Peace’ took place last weekend at Limerick’s South Court Hotel, organised by WorldBeyondWar. Irish and international concerned parties met to consider the extent of militarism in Ireland and elsewhere, and to work towards preventing the war response […]

Shadow Northern Ireland minister warns of the return of ‘hard’ border

The Shadow Northern Ireland Minister, Stephen Pound, has warned that the Good Friday peace agreement in Northern Ireland would be “dead” if Brexit led to the return to a “hard” border. Pound was speaking at an event organized by the mainstream Irish Republican group, Sinn Fein, on the sidelines of the Labour Party conference […]

In Northern Ireland, fears of a no-deal Brexit

Ahmed Kaballo Press TV, Donegal The prospect of a no-deal Brexit has been the source of intense speculation since British Prime Minister Boris Johnson vowed to leave the European Union with or without a deal by the October 31. Yet, on the island of Ireland, there is one topic that has taken precedence over everything […]

Ireland: ‘Civil unrest’ on UK border if Brexit fails

The Irish Deputy Prime Minister has dispelled any “spin” over recent Brexit progress, warning of potential “civil unrest” on the UK border if talks fail. Simon Coveney, The Tanaiste, said on Friday that Ireland would not be “collateral damage” for Britain’s Brexit plans, while also urging all sides to be honest and admit that […]

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