1 of indy - Sun Feb 28, 2021 02:17
moment_hired_thug_lights_cracker.jpgThe state today has linked anti vax, anti mak, anti lockdown to the words violent and far right and made it stick
Sat 27th Feb. Today's long planned anti-lockdown protest that was due to take place in Stephens Green was prevented from entering the park because it was closed by the government and all roads leading to it were sealed off by a massive police operation.

This report of the protest critically looks at what happened and how the agenda of the government has been cynically served.
Zachary Conti - Fri Feb 26, 2021 21:19
G20 finance ministers met Friday to discuss global coronavirus response. The group endorsed continuing stimulus plans in wealthy countries and supporting plans to increase aid and vaccine access for developing countries.
Zachary Conti - Thu Feb 25, 2021 21:11
Report Asserts Trillions Available to Address Poverty, COVID and Climate Change
A UN experts report offers 14 recommendations to stop the loss of trillions in public revenues. The UN group argues that money lost to transnational crime, corruption and tax avoidance could be used to address the pandemic, poverty and climate change.
Zachary Conti - Thu Feb 25, 2021 16:57
In a letter to the G20, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen expressed support for the G20 to determine a process for how global reserve funds (Special Drawing Rights) could be deployed to help low-income countries.
Turps - Thu Feb 25, 2021 15:10
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Zachary Conti - Wed Feb 24, 2021 21:27
More than 215 organizations sent a letter to the G20 and IMF to issue $3 trillion in global reserves, known as Special Drawing Rights (SDRs). Spanning the globe, the signers argue that SDRs will help countries suffering from the coronavirus crisis and, "send a strong signal of renewed multilateral coordination..."
foie - Wed Feb 24, 2021 11:20
Press Release - Friends of the Irish Environment 22nd Feb 2021
Call on public to support EU ?Citizens Initiative? on pesticides facing ?strong political headwinds?
5878 more signatures required on pesticides Initiative for Ireland to reach its threshold

Ireland remains almost 6,000 signatures short of the required number to reach its threshold in an EU Citizens Initiative calling for greater control of pesticides.

The Initiative comes as the goal of a 50% reduction phasing out the use pesticides by 2030 is ?facing strong political headwinds?, according to the environmental charity Friends of the Irish Environment [FIE]
1 of indy - Tue Feb 23, 2021 23:13
christine_reads_statement.jpgChristine McTiernan is both brave and a hero because she has had enough as her business has been forced to close because of the Covid Hoax being used to usher in a police state and she has been denied her right to earn a living and put food on the table. Today she stood up against what has become in this country and elsewhere our sinister police state in the making. Immediately the Guards came down on her and threatened her with arrest.

Zachary Conti - Tue Feb 23, 2021 22:23
The Biden Administration should support the release of $3 trillion in global reserve funds to support developing countries confront the COVID pandemic, say the US Catholic Bishops and Jubilee USA Netw
The Biden Administration should support the release of $3 trillion in global reserve funds to support developing countries confront the COVID pandemic, say the US Catholic Bishops and Jubilee USA Network in a letter to President Biden.
TRUTH SEEKER - Mon Feb 22, 2021 04:23
DEBUNKING EVERY CORONAVIRUS LIE.
WHY IS IT SO VERY IMPORTANT THAT WE FORM AN ORGANIZATION THAT RELENTLESSLY GOES AFTER THESE INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE PROMOTED, SUPPORTED, AND STILL ARE DOING SO, TO BRING THEM TO JUSTICE.

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