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Ryan Tubridy insists he DIDN'T say F-word during Friday's Toy Show broadcast

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THE LATE LATE SHOW host Ryan Tubridy has claimed he didn't drop the F-bomb during an episode of the Toy Show. On Friday's programme, Tubridy was opening a bottle of Fanta - which fizzed up and spilled all over him - when he appeared to mutter a very naughty curse word.

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UK government to propose digital "freedom pass" that allows heavily-tested citizens out in public life

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An Orwellian idea of "freedom."

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British Medical Journal Editor Argues “Medical-Political Complex” is Corrupt & Suppressing Science

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has witnessed the suppression of not only science, but a number of prominent scientists and doctors from around the world. These doctors and scientists have shared their research, observations and opinions about COVID-19 that directly contradicts the information given to the citizenry by the World Health Organization (WHO) and […]

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Irish police enforce ban on Mass, threaten priests with jail

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COVID-19 rules in Ireland prohibit gatherings for ‘religious or other reasons.’ After being contacted a couple of times by the police, the priest was warned that if he continued to offer public Masses, then police would “apply the full rigours of the law.”

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Hate Crime Bill Reaches Second Stage in the Seanad

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Overshadowed by attempts to dislodge Supreme Court Justice Séamus Woulfe, the ‘Criminal Justice Hate Crime Bill’ reached the second stage in the Seanad Tuesday evening. Proposed by Fianna Fáil Senator and defrocked Kildare TD Fiona O’Loughlin who formulated similar legislation …

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Unthinkable: Covid-19 & Authoritarianism

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'A state of emergency is the best friend of the would-be-dictator' Andrew Linnane wonders whether our response to Covid-19 is undermining our democracy.

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Priest threatened with prosecution after public Masses

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A Co. Cavan priest has been threatened with prosecution for holding a number of public Masses in violation of Covid-19 laws. The Anglo-Celt reports that Fr PJ Hughes from the rural south Cavan parish of Mullahoran could face a fine of up to €2,500 and/or six months in prison after Gardaí confirmed to him they were preparing a file for the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), a move they later denied making.

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“APPALLING” – Kerry locals object to planned telecoms mast near holy well

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Telecommunications company Eir has applied to Kerry County Council to erect a telecoms mast near to a holy well in the north of Kerry, Radio Kerry has reported. The site, known as Ladywell, Ballyheigue, has been described as an “appalling” choice of location, as locals say Our Lady’s Well and Grotto has been a place of deep reverence and prayer throughout the lockdown for many worshipers. Many local Catholics have reportedly made prayerful trips to the well, since public worship in churches has been banned under the covid-19 lockdown.

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Court tears up mask rule for German city

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The German city of Duesseldorf was forced on Monday to lift an order for residents to wear masks against the coronavirus, after a citizen successfully sued against the blanket rule.

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The EU appears close to restricting end-to-end encryption

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The proposals are unlikely to pass in their current form but some anti-privacy legislation is likely to come soon. Papers leaked and reported by Austria’s German-language press, posted about by John Scott-Railton of University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab suggests that EU’s Council of Ministers is close to formalizing its “war on encryption.”

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Sidney Powell Drops a BOMB: 'We’ve Identified 450,000 Ballots that Miraculously ONLY Have a Vote for Joe Biden'

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Sidney Powell Drops a BOMB: 'We’ve Identified 450,000 Ballots that Miraculously ONLY Have a Vote for Joe Biden'

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Missing USB stick holds personal data on child sex abuse survivors 

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The encrypted device was lost in transit between two Department of Justice buildings located at Hanover Street and Haddington Road 

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Facebook to start putting users on "probation"

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Facebook's censorship reaches new heights as it tries to suppress accusations of election fraud.

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600 no-shows for Covid tests in a single week

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600 people who were either symptomatic or a close contact of a confirmed Covid-19 case, failed to turn up for a test in the Mid West in the last week alone. Of the missed appointments, 376 were recorded at the St Joseph’s Test Centre in Musgrave Street and this figure will likely be higher when the first […]

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Family blame Covid 'lockdown' for exacerbating farmer's depression before he died

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An adult daughter and wife of an elderly mass-going farmer who took his own life during the first Covid-19 ‘lockdown’ blame the pandemic for worsening his depression.

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James Bond icon Sean Connery dies aged 90

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JAMES BOND legend Sir Sean Connery has passed away aged 90. The Scottish actor’s family has confirmed the news to the BBC. Best known for his portrayal of James Bond, Connery was the first actor to portray Ian Flemming’ iconic secret agent on the big screen.

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Second lockdown ‘defies all logic’ says Roscommon doctor

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The nationwide move to level 5 “defies all logic” according to a Roscommon doctor. “Put simply, a nationwide lockdown at the present time defies all logic. The WHO has publicly proclaimed that there…

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The Ideological Stripe of Covid-19 | Frontpagemag

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Written By John Waters - An accelerant on all things the average Cultural Marxist holds dear. For some time I had been struggling with a conundrum: Why is it that Covid breaks down, more or less precisely into an ideological divide?

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After the Virus: The World of 2025 - Propaganda Watch - Activist Post

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Just listen to the good Bilderbergers at Cognizant, who are more than happy to tell you about the new police state on steroids...

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Number of births in Ireland falls by almost 20% in 10 years

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The number of births has fallen by 18.8% since 2010 and 1.3% since 2017.

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Animal charity faces closure over struggle with €90,000 debt

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My Lovely Horse Rescue, which was set up in 2011 originally to save neglected horses and donkeys, finds itself in serious financial jeopardy.

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Glenn Greenwald Resigns From The Intercept After They Censor His Content

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Glenn Greenwald is the instrumental journalist who worked with Edward Snowden to put together his story and release it to the world. At the time working with the Guardian, Glenn eventually left to co-found his own media company, The Intercept, that would not be hindered in reporting on government corruption and the wrong doings of […]

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Escape from Paris: City is gridlocked as tens of thousands flee, stations are packed, violent protests break out and shelves are stripped ahead of month-long lockdown that BANS travel | The Irish Sentinel

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Tens of thousands of Parisians last night caused massive traffic jams in a desperate attempt to flee the French capital ahead of the start of Emmanuel Macron’s new national shutdown. Video posted to Twitter shows huge numbers of Parisians attempting a mass exodus out of the city in a bid to avoid the 9pm curfew and the start of the second lockdown from midnight.

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Knife attacker in Nice, France, decapitated a woman in a church and killed 2 others in the wake of an earlier beheading in Paris | The Irish Sentinel

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The attack took place Thursday morning at the Notre Dame church. A police source speaking with the Reuters news agency said one of the three people killed had been decapitated. More were injured.

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Are we living in a Dictatorship

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Truth: Paul Weston explains how by both definition and by action - the citizens of the UK and Ireland are now living in de-facto Dictatorship

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COVID-1984 FOI Request | UK Government Admits Virus Doesn’t Exist

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While preparing the court papers for the Private Criminal Prosecution of MPs for pandemic fraud, we have discovered that the office of the secretary of state for mandatory vaccinations has now admitted in a Freedom of Information Request [FOI] that they have no records which show that the cause of the COVID 19 virus has ever been proven to exist. Yes, you did read that correctly.

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PEADAR TÓIBÍN: Cancer & other deaths will rise due to lockdown

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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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The Covidian Cult – Consent Factory, Inc.

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One of the hallmarks of totalitarianism is mass conformity to a psychotic official narrative. Not a regular official narrative, like the “Cold War” or the “War on Terror” na…

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Level 5 & beyond – Sinn Fein’s Final Solution For The Irish

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Sinn Fein’s final political solution is to kill more Irish people, ratchet up the misery, and profit from it - politically and financially

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The Five, and Potential Six, Eras of Irish Nationalism | The Burkean

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To anyone that has read a broad history of Ireland, there is a noticeable trend that appears. Ever since the British set foot on our shores, there has been a certain mindset among the Irish that can be characterised as …

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The Day Report: New Plan to Promote Cheap Labour into Ireland

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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 …

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Mayo teen highlights mental health impacts of Covid-19 arts restrictions

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A 16 year old Ballina-based musical director has highlighted the impact that Covid-19 restrictions on the arts is having on all those that enjoy that sector. Jack Cronin founded the Kilmoremoy Kids…

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Some South Korean Doctors & Politicians Call To Stop Flu Shots After 48 People Die

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What Happened: It’s that time of year and flu shot programs are rolling out across the globe. The number of South Koreans who have died after getting the flu shot has now risen to 48 and some South Korean doctors and politicians have called to stop flu shots as a result, according to Reuters. The Korea […]

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Why is RTÉ Shoehorning Multiculturalism into Irish Mythology? | The Burkean

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Another Desecration Irish media hates our mythology. While production companies are willing to push out boatloads of poor quality ‘dramas’ and ‘comedies’ glorifying various forms of degeneracy, the idea of acknowledging, let alone celebrating, our ancient past is out of …

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Nobody told me there'd be days like these | Cassandra Voices

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Billy O Hanluain likens the imposition of a second lockdown on Ireland to the use of anti-depressants when other forms of therapy would be more appropriate.

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Garda Commissioner Drew Harris says anti lockdown Protesters who clashed with gardai are “extremist” and have a “propensity for violence” | The Irish Sentinel

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Anti-lockdown protests by ‘extremist groups’ have ‘no organiser’, says Garda Commissioner Drew Harris – Independent.ie Anti-lockdown protests by “extremist groups” have “no organiser”, according to Garda Commissioner Drew Harris.

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Wales lockdown: ‘Non-essential’ items covered in shops and English cops set up border checkpoints as ‘firebreak’ begins | The Irish Sentinel

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SHOPPERS in Wales vented their fury as “non-essential” items were covered up in supermarkets with the nation now beginning its “firebreak” lockdown. The very same is starting to happen here.

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Are Face Masks Effective? The Evidence. – Swiss Policy Research

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An overview of the current evidence regarding the effectiveness of face masks.

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Bacterial Pneumonia Caused Most Deaths in 1918 Influenza Pandemic

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Implications for Future Pandemic Planning

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Our 1942 - The Now Word

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  And so I solemnly declare to you this day that I am not responsible for the blood of any of you, for I did not shrink from proclaiming to you the entire plan of God… So be vigilant and remember that for three years, night and day, I unceasingly admonished each of you with […]

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Rule Through Law: Nationalist Politicians Are Being Imprisoned For Their Beliefs Across Europe - National Justice

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Multiple European Union states are breaking with post-war liberal conventions and openly imprisoning prominent political opponents and intellectuals for ideological crimes. The tactic being used by these governments is "rule through law," as opposed to rule of law. The strategy is commonly deployed in nations like Saudi Arabia against journalists, intellectuals and opposition figures who are targeted for repression first, then selectively prosecuted using often vaguely defined existing laws after.

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Facebook labels 2+2=4 “misinformation” | The Irish Sentinel

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On the 5th of October, the WHO’s Dr Michale Ryan claimed “about 10%” of the global population had been infected with Sars-Cov-2. With an alleged death toll of roughly 1 million, that puts the infection-fatality ratio at roughly 0.14%. He said it, we reported it. The maths is not disputable. And yet Facebook has flagged it as “misinformation”:

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Inquest opens into death of patient who contracted Covid-19 in MUH

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The inquest into the death of a man alleged to have contracted Covid-19 in Mayo University Hospital while being treated for a separate medical condition could take up to 18 months to conclude.

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Real talk: Have facemasks failed?

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There’s probably been no more contentious subject in Ireland over the past six months or so than the question of mandatory facemasks. There are bigger questions, sure, on which the population is more evenly divided – lockdown or no lockdown; schools open, or schools closed; the infernal debate about “wet pubs”, and so on.

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Longterm Care Residents In Greeley Protest COVID-19 Restrictions – CBS Denver

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About 20 residents gathered outside Fairacres Manor, some sitting in wheelchairs, holding signs that read "Rather die from COVID than loneliness," and "Prisoners in our own home," and "Give us freedom."

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'I sobbed in court as HSE said sorry to my wife... but she was too ill to be there' -Damien Carrick - Independent.ie

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Damien Carrick sat alone and wept as the HSE's apology for his wife's missed cancer diagnosis was read to the court.

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Coronavirus: WHO joins the Great Barrington Declaration by condemning lockdowns

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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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Wuhan nightclubs packed as city where virus emerged has no new cases | Metro News

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Clubbers were pictured partying as life returns to normal. Locals are said to be enjoying their social lives ‘in all varieties’, with restaurants, clubs, bars and cinemas fully open.

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Operation Arbacia: The End of the Road for Dissident Republicanism? | The Burkean

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Dennis McFadden — MI5’s Man in Saoradh What meagre potential there existed for dissident republicanism to reformulate itself as a viable force post-Brexit was scuttled in recent weeks, with arrests en masse of New IRA members and sympathisers on the …

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Major Dublin restaurant group threatens State with legal action over Covid-19 restrictions

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Press Up says there is ‘no empirical, objective and verifiable evidence’ to support closures. One of Dublin’s biggest restaurant groups has threatened the Government with legal action if it extends coronavirus restrictions on pubs and restaurants in the capital beyond October 10th. Lawyers for Press Up group, which employs 1,800 people across five hotels, 12 bars, 27 restaurants and two cinemas, have written to Government, saying Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has published “no empirical, objective and verifiable evidence” to support the closures.

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