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Life should be full of strangeness, like a rich painting

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NAMA Wine Lake

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WorldbyStorm - 11:00 Thu Nov 14, 2019
Is Fintan O?Toole correct in arguing that SF?s willingness to abstain in certain seats in Northern Ireland constitutes a softening of abstention. I?m not so sure. To me it seems more that the imperative of diminishing a DUP voice is greater. And the DUP has used its influence at Westminster, without question. For SF to […]A
irishelectionliterature - 09:52 Thu Nov 14, 2019
I?m 50 and remember vividly the Stardust Fire. Yet there are generations that don?t really know the story. This podcast series from TheJournal.ie is excellent.A
WorldbyStorm - 09:40 Thu Nov 14, 2019
You?ll know the argument that goes that the centre-ground is where political parties should be grouped, whether slightly left or slightly right, but I can?t help but look at the Spanish situation and think of Ciudadanos which projected itself initially and for quite some time as that sort of a party of the centre-right, before […]A
WorldbyStorm - 07:39 Thu Nov 14, 2019
It?s almost funny reading the accounts of Brexit ?Party? candidates and their ire at the great leader?s apostasy. EUReferendum, who would have a greater experience of dealing with the great leader is very restrained in his analysis here. He would hardly human if he didn?t feel at least a smidgen of vindication at how matters […]A
WorldbyStorm - 11:00 Wed Nov 13, 2019
Not sure I buy the Eoghan Harris critique at the weekend of the recent letter, signed by numerous luminaries, including Fintan O?Toole and Brian Feeney. The letter can be read here: But here is the text; We write to you as citizens to record our deep concerns about the negative repercussions which Brexit will have […]A
WorldbyStorm - 09:00 Wed Nov 13, 2019
This report in the IT on the Labour national conference in Mullingar presents a curious picture of that party. They?re enthusiastic.   Labour members at the party?s national conference in Mullingar have a pep in their step not seen for a long time at such events. But they?re also oddly optimistic. More younger people attended […]A
WorldbyStorm - 04:59 Wed Nov 13, 2019
As always, following on Dr. X?s suggestion, it?s all yours, ?announcements, general discussion, whatever you choose?, feel free.A
WorldbyStorm - 18:35 Tue Nov 12, 2019
Not the worst response from the Taoiseach to this from Noel Grealish in the Dáil today. Someone clearly is enjoying his notoriety and absolutely heedless of his rhetoric. But this is coat-trailing of the worst sort.A
WorldbyStorm - 11:54 Tue Nov 12, 2019
I?ve mixed but broadly positive views with regard to Greta Thunberg, not least positive because of the effect she seems to have on some. A further education lecturer I know tells me that in various groups they teach this year a number of middle aged men appear deeply triggered by Thunberg. I find that dynamic […]A

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