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Hello, Mr. Stone! My name is Faina Savenkova and I am 13 years old. I am not a movie star and my name does not regularly appear on the pages

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Trolls have been the bane of this blog pretty much since the Euromaidan, and I have had to do all sorts of things to try to limit their toxic effects

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by Jimmie Moglia for the Saker blog Words being arbitrary, they owe their power to association, and have the influence which custom has given them ? for language is the

offsite link The Decline of the US Empire: Lessons from the Roman Republic Thu Aug 11, 2022 03:04 | The Saker
by Asia Teacher for the Saker blog A failure to understand why empires decline is also why history keeps repeating itself. As the US elite led elections continue what lessons

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offsite link Anthony Fauci Booed as He Throws First Pitch at Baseball Game Thu Aug 11, 2022 16:28 | Will Jones
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the controversial Chief Medical Adviser to Joe Biden, has been booed by spectators while throwing the ceremonial first pitch at the Seattle Mariners baseball game. Richly deserved.
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offsite link Tavistock To Be Sued By 1,000 Families Thu Aug 11, 2022 14:10 | Toby Young
Law firm Pogust Goodhead is pursuing a class action case against the Tavistock. One thousand children rushed into irreversible, life-changing medical procedures are expected to join the case.
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offsite link Denmark Ends Vaccination For Under-50s as it Shifts to Treating Covid Like Flu Thu Aug 11, 2022 11:42 | Nick Rendell
Denmark?s policy towards vaccination in the autumn of 2022 will focus on the over-50s; the under-50s will only get a booster if a doctor recommends it, as the country shifts to treating Covid like flu.
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offsite link Kelly Smith, 31, Died Weeks After Her Chemotherapy Was Cancelled Due to Lockdown Thu Aug 11, 2022 07:00 | Will Jones
Warnings of lockdown cancer delays went unheeded, experts have said, as it emerged 10,000 NHS patients have been waiting for treatment for more than three months.
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offsite link News Round-Up Thu Aug 11, 2022 01:56 | Will Jones
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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down / education / event notice Monday December 04, 2017 20:54 by cpi   image 1 image
Speakers: Lynda Walker and Ernest Walker (recently returned from the centenary celebrations in Russia)
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down / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Tuesday August 07, 2012 17:13 by Gerry Rice
Hello everybody,
I have just uploaded my updated website www.gerryrice.com
If you have seen my older version and still have it on your computer, right-click on, especially, the HomePage at least, and in the drop-down menu left-click on the "Reload" link or the "Refresh"
link to load the updated site. This is the price a whistleblower has to pay for his trouble in Northern Ireland - 35 years and counting....
You will know that you have accessed my website update when you see the following first line at the top of my HomePage and under the title Prologue:
Voltair said, "It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong."
Please let me know what you think :-)
Gerry. read full story / add a comment
David Cameron meets Mash Direct management & employees
down / worker & community struggles and protests / press release Monday June 07, 2010 15:39 by Gerard   image 1 image
Mash Direct: Northern Ireland food company that hosted Prime Minister accused of denying rights to employees.

It was with astonishment that many employees of Mash Direct read the headlines of Newtownards Chronicle (27/05/2010) following the stately visit by Prime Minister David Cameron to the food production factory in Comber, County Down where they routinely spend 60 hours or more of their week. Manager Martin Hamilton spoke eloquently of the growth of the firm through, ‘determination and hard work’ and said nothing of the determination of those who do the hard work to have their basic employment rights upheld within his expanding business.
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down / politics / elections / press release Tuesday April 27, 2010 15:49 by Irish Republican Youth   image 1 image
Education Minister Caitríona Ruane joined a large group of Ógra Shinn Féin members today at Down’s County Museum in Downpatrick, to launch Sinn Féin’s Youth Manifesto ‘Creating the Future’, for the upcoming Westminster election.

The Museum was selected as a site of historical significance, it previously being home of the County Gaol where United Irishmen leader Thomas Russell was executed on 21 October 1803.

The youth manifesto which was drafted by members of the party’s youth wing Ógra Shinn Féin forms the basis of the work and policies which Sinn Féin will be carrying out regards youth in the next 5 years.

These include education, suicide prevention, drug and alcohol awareness, calling for the abolition of ASBO’s, road safety, youth job creation, creating affordable housing, and progressing Irish Unity.

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down / miscellaneous / press release Wednesday January 27, 2010 11:33 by Richard Walsh
A young nationalist couple in Banbridge have been harassed by British Intelligence agencies over the course of the past twelve months due to their friendship with a member of Republican Sinn Féin in Newry. Most recently an elaborate hoax bomb was left outside their home.
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down / worker & community struggles and protests / news report Thursday January 07, 2010 12:03 by MH   text 6 comments (last - saturday january 09, 2010 14:11)   image 4 images
Fujitsu workers in the North have begun 3 days of strike action in opposition to a massive assault by bosses on conditions. read full story / add a comment
down / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Monday April 20, 2009 14:33 by Newry SDLP
Gerry Conlon from the Guildford Four will join Breege Quinn at an SDLP event in Newry on Wednesday evening called ‘Justice Denied: A Public Discussion’. read full story / add a comment
down / miscellaneous / press release Friday January 30, 2009 14:20 by Richard Walsh   text 1 comment (last - saturday january 31, 2009 18:22)
The Joe Conway Cumann of RSF, Newry, Co. Down, have congratulated the youth in Mayobridge and Attical for their resistance to the British colonial police (RUC). read full story / add a comment
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down / anti-war / imperialism / event notice Monday January 05, 2009 20:36 by Free Palestine   image 1 image
Ógra Shinn Féin Newcastle will be hosting a torch light vigil in solidarity with the Palestinian People of Gaza currently enduring sustained brutality from Israel.

The vigil will take place at 8.30pm on Friday 9th January, on Main Street in the County Down town.
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down / rights, freedoms and repression / opinion/analysis Thursday November 20, 2008 18:04 by Gerry Rice
The Northern Ireland Assembly was meant to be interdependent. After ten years there is no sign of its being interdependent. Why? read full story / add a comment
Out!
down / gender and sexuality / event notice Wednesday July 30, 2008 17:18 by M Hewitt   image 1 image
Public Meeting, Thursday 31st July @ 7.30pm,
Holiday Inn Hotel (Facing BBC),
Ormeau Ave

Speakers include
Eamon McCann- Journalist
Goretti Horgan- Alliance for Choice
Etain O Kane- Unison LGBT
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down / anti-war / imperialism / press release Monday May 26, 2008 00:34 by Mark Hewitt   text 8 comments (last - thursday may 29, 2008 16:26)   image 1 image
GEORGE BUSH – NOT WANTED HERE
We are appalled at the news that George Bush will visit Belfast next month. It is disgraceful that his visit is as a result of an invitation issued by the First Minister and Deputy First Minister.
This part of the world more than most places has an understanding of the deep damage and pain that war and conflict produces. George Bush is internationally regarded as a warmonger. The so called “war on terror”, now rebranded as the “war for democracy” that he has championed has inflicted that damage and pain on countless millions.
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down / miscellaneous / press release Friday May 02, 2008 16:09 by Newcastle Ógra Shinn Féin
Newcastle Ógra Shinn Féin have criticised the NI Electoral Office for the convoluted procedures that young people are forced to go through in order to get on the electoral register. read full story / add a comment
down / miscellaneous / press release Wednesday April 23, 2008 19:41 by Richard Walsh
A Newry RSF member was approached by MI5. read full story / add a comment
down / miscellaneous / press release Tuesday March 25, 2008 19:57 by East Down Ogra   text 21 comments (last - thursday march 27, 2008 16:08)   image 1 image
East Down Ogra Shinn Fein played a key role in Easter parades across the county, including Newcastle, Castlewellan and Downpatrick. The Ogra colour party lead the parade in Newcastle and Downpatrick and followed the senior colour party in the Castlewellan march. The colour party consisting of activists from Kilcoo, Newcastle and Ballynahinch proudly marched in commemoration of Irelands patriot dead and sought to show to the public that Irelands youth would continue to play a pivotal role in the struggle for re-unification. read full story / add a comment
IRSP protest at Irish Consulate - Belfast
down / anti-capitalism / news report Friday February 29, 2008 22:41 by ErnestoLynch   text 14 comments (last - tuesday march 04, 2008 11:26)   image 2 images
The IRSP Ard Comhairle learned with dismay and anger of the assault, arrest and detention of our comrades in the Free State last weekend on trumped up charges.
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down / worker & community struggles and protests / news report Wednesday December 05, 2007 08:22 by .   text 13 comments (last - tuesday february 05, 2008 14:30)
Striking Classroom Assistant held a protest outside the Belfast office of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions on Monday to demand a trade union inquiry into claims that the majority of Classroom Assistants have voted to accept managements offer.

The offer was forced through a meeting of the Joint Negotiating Council for education workers in Northern Ireland last Friday by the employers and GMB/UNISON. The decision was taken despite the opposition of the biggest non teaching education trade union, NIPSA, and the abstention of T&G.

During the period of strike action Stormont Education Minister Catriona Ruaine has made repeated calls for NIPSA to ballot its members. NIPSA has pointed out that every offer made by management has been brought to consultation meetings of members but in an effort to clarify the situation and to remove the Ministers excuse for not negotiating offered to ballot members last week. This offer was ignored.
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down / miscellaneous / news report Friday August 31, 2007 18:12 by Butcher's Apron   text 19 comments (last - wednesday may 07, 2008 12:57)   image 1 image
A young member of Ógra Sinn Féin last Saturday night noticed that a building was flying a Union Flag in Newcastle, County Down Ireland.

This "butcher's apron" flag is of course offensive to many Irish people, and since the building belonged to the avowedly sectarian "Orange Order" the young man decided that the best way to peacefully protest was to scale the building and remove the offending symbol.

Sadly, after removing the flag, the young ÓSF member lost his footing and fell from the roof, injuring his arm. He has received medical treatment and is recovering.

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Classroom workers strike
down / worker & community struggles and protests / news report Friday August 17, 2007 11:31 by .........   image 1 image   1 attached file
Classroom workers across Northern Ireland are preparing for a ballot for strike action which if successful will close schools across the country in September and October. read full story / add a comment
down / environment / press release Monday July 09, 2007 11:16 by Florence Mutesasira
Christian Aid's Cut the Carbon 1,000 mile march from Northern Ireland to London will launch from Bangor Marina at 12 noon on Saturday, 14 July 2007. The march will highlight the devastating impact global warming is having on millions of poor people in developing countries. read full story / add a comment
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