The owners of nursing homes in Ireland benefit financially from earlier elderly deaths, thanks to the Government's corrupt "fair deal" system.
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-316 days ago.
Amid the targeted mania at abolishing the Republic’s already lenient Direct Provision system, the media-NGO narrative has been temporarily punctured by rather stern comments by the Department of Housing. In response to last month’s Day Report commissioned by the Department …
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-321 days ago.
The encrypted device was lost in transit between two Department of Justice buildings located at Hanover Street and Haddington Road
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-343 days ago.
Peadar Tóibín says the government is refusing to address the expected surge of cancer and other deaths as access to services continue to be restricted in the lockdown.
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-355 days ago.
Sinn Fein’s final political solution is to kill more Irish people, ratchet up the misery, and profit from it - politically and financially
-356 days ago.
A new report was released by the Government on Wednesday detailing how the current system of Direct Provision in Ireland should be abolished. A new much more liberalised system is recommended to be put in its place at a time …
The World Health Organisation has backflipped on its original COVID-19 stance after calling for world leaders to stop locking down their countries and economies.
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-372 days ago.
DID IRISH GOVERNMENT END UP KILLING TEN TIMES MORE PEOPLE THAN CORONA FLU? Tom Prendeville What happened in Ireland in recent months was a monumental disaster caused entirely by public health officials and their political masters. Despite what is being reported, it can now be established beyond all reasonable doubt that the true number of fatalities due to Corona virus- and Corona virus alone- stands at 76 people.
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-383 days ago.
This all began at 2.50AM, when somebody noticed an…. unusual tweet from the MEP’s account concerning his constituency colleague, ex-Green candidate Saoirse McHugh
Boris Johnson may well end up losing the British General election – but if he does, it won’t be because of his policy on immigration. For the last ten days he has hammered the opposition Labour Party for favouring an open immigration policy, with no restrictions on freedom of movement, while saying that if re-elected, and after Brexit, he will implement an “Australian style points-based immigration system”.
-391 days ago.
Before March 2020, it is unlikely that many politicians - let alone many ordinary people - thought it would be feasible or likely for government officials to force hundreds of millions of human beings to “self-isolate.”
But it turns out governments were indeed able to force a sizable portion of the population to abandon jobs, religious practices, extended families, and community life in the name of “flattening the curve.”
Whether through fear manufactured by the news media or through outright threats of punishment, business owners shuttered their shops and offices, churches closed down, and schools abandoned their students.
Over time, most governments lessened their restrictions, largely out of fear that tax revenues would collapse and out of fear that the public would become unwilling to obey lockdown edicts indefinitely.
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-394 days ago.
Taniaste Leo Varadkar has said that Government giving preferential treatment to meat plants is a 'conspiracy theory'. Mr Varadkar insisted that a decision to close a workplace is made at the discretion of public health officials or health and safety authorities. During Thursday's Leaders' Questions, Sinn Fein TD Pearse Doherty had risen the issue of a plant cluster in Cork which remained open despite seeing 226 positive COVID-19 cases. He called on the HSE to publish the details of clusters in businesses and settings, saying that 'relying on the rumour mill' was 'not good enough'. Mr Doherty said that another
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-396 days ago.
Helena Handbasket – As Dublin prepares for more mass protests against government tyranny under the guise of a fake pandemic, it comes as no surprise that the city has now been threatened with further restrictions on movement and gatherings.
Tyranny, once unleashed, cannot be curtailed unless the people gather in large numbers and demand, first vocally, and as a last resort violently, to overthrow their tyrants.
We have seen the same actions lauded in the mainstream media in countries supported by the west in North Africa, the Middle East and elsewhere, most recently Belarus, (albeit that this is orchestrated by the west) as courageous and noble acts by brave people to curtail tyranny to overthrow their brutal dictators.
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-397 days ago.
Fianna Fáil has slumped to its lowest-ever result in the latest political opinion poll.
The party is down five points to just 10% in the Red C poll for today's Business Post.
In October 2011, Fianna Fáil had just 14% support, which was up until today its lowest result in a Red C poll.
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-400 days ago.
In the same week that the CDC in the United States admitted that their mortality figures for Covid-19 were completely bogus, stating that only 6% of Covid-19 deaths could be directly attributed to the virus, it seems that now Ireland has also admitted to falsifying figures to terrorise the Irish people and as an excuse to decimate their economy....
-404 days ago.
Mattie McGrath, independent TD, has sharply criticised the new and updated guidelines issued by Fáilte Ireland for restaurants describing them as “bizarre” and a “step too far”.
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-409 days ago.
The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) says the introduction of a new law, which states that restaurants and pubs serving food must now record all individual food orders and keep that data for 28 days, is “bureaucracy gone mad” and will add a huge burden to already struggling businesses. Padraig Cribben, VFI Chief Executive, says: “This is crazy stuff. The […]
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There is no guarantee pubs will reopen this year according to Tánaiste Leo Varadkar. The follows industry groups strongly criticising of the Government’s €16 million support package, describing it as a “slap in the face” and “crumbs”. Today the Government announced a €16m fund for Pubs who have been affected by their Covid-19 legislation, forcing thousands […]
-415 days ago.
BEN SCALLAN: With violent criminals at large, Gardaí harass pub owners over lack of burgers
Padraig Cribben, VFI CEO has stated that restrictions on the sale of alcohol should be considered if clusters of Covid-19 continue to be traced back to house parties or gatherings. The VFI represents 4,000 publicans across the country. Cribben said illegal shebeens have been “cropping up in sheds, in houses” selling alcohol. Behaviour which we […]
-416 days ago.
Acting Chief Medical Officer Dr Glynn said: “NPHET never said anything about a €9 meal"
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-417 days ago.
The EU Commissioner Phil Hogan has announced his resignation earlier today. Confirming his resignation on RTÉ’s Nine O’Clock News, Mr Hogan said: “I deeply regret that my trip to Ireland in recent times has caused so much upset and anger and concern to people. People have suffered a lot with the Covid-19 regulations. We’ve had people […]
By Helena Handbasket, August 23rd 2020
In an encouraging display of the fighting Irish, a conservative estimate of 5000-6000 showed up at Custom House in Dublin City center yesterday to make their concerns known with regard to the insanity currently gripping the nation. Not only did they show disgust at their political elite but also voiced their protest at the recent golf outing attended by many establishment figures and celebrities in complete violation of their own Draconain authoritarian emergency powers legislation requiring lockdowns, social distancing, masks and other lunacy.
-419 days ago.
Last week, Leo Varadkar did something a little unexpected. He published a tweet seemingly bemoaning Sinn Féin’s new disdain for white middle class men. I say a little, because, when considering the context, Varadkar’s new found desire to stand up …
-426 days ago.
“I wish I was in a position to share better news today, but I am not,” Taoiseach Micheál Martin said after Cabinet met.
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-440 days ago.
Green Party TD Neasa Hourigan resigned her party’s whip before she voted against the Government on legislation which only extended rent freeze and eviction ban for those impacted by Covid-19.
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-445 days ago.
The claim had been made by social media users.
-449 days ago.
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