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Thinkers replaced by Social Controllers on massive scale
20 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Human Rights, New Zealand


by Anthony Ravlich - Human Rights Council, New Zealand
Global ethical human rights to replace neoliberal absolutism

The following is a clarification re prev article. It says thinkers are being replaced by social controllers because truth is the major threat to the dominant elite, secular liberal collectivists.
Also, explains how Corporations are highly favored.
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Tags: Corporate power, John Key
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Tutu to Israelis - free yourselves
19 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Israel


By Avaaz.org
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has published a powerful call to conscience in an Israeli newspaper.

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Tags: Desmond Tutu, Israel
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Causes of War Krugman Overlooked
19 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - United States


By David Swanson
While I'm working on a campaign to abolish war it's helpful and appreciated that a columnist for one of the most effective war promoting institutions in the world, the New York Times on Sunday mused aloud about why in the world wars are still waged.

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Tags: war, New York Times
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éirígí Meets With Asda & Sainsbury's - Protests set to continue
19 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Northern Ireland


éirígí representatives yesterday met with management at Sainsbury's and Asda in an attempt to resolve the ongoing dispute over the stocking of Israeli goods. However, after management refused to guarantee that Israeli produce will be removed, the socialist republican party has announced further protests at the west Belfast stores of the two multinational companies.

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Tags: boycott, Israel produce, Belfast
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This is Why Israel is Accused of Apartheid
19 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - International


by
Earlier this week, Israeli Defense Forces destroyed the homes of two Palestinians—Amer Abu Aysha and Hussam Kawasme—and sealed up the home of another, Marwan Kawasme. The three men are suspects in the deaths of three Jewish seminary students—Naftali Fraenkel, Gilad Shaer and Eyal Yifrah—who were killed in the West Bank in June.

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Tags: Israel, Gaza, Palestine, apartheid
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Repression unleashed against information freedom defender
18 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Journalism, European Union, Azerbaijan


The Azerbaijani government has been waging an unprecedented drive since July against human rights advocates, independent journalists, and their supporters, reports Reporters Without Borders.

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Tags: Azerbaijan, repression, freedom of information
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10 Questions about Obama's Iraq Bombing
16 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - United States, Iraq


By Matthew Rothschild
In assessing President Obama’s latest escalation in Iraq, it’s worth asking a few basic questions, writes Matthew Rothschild, senior editor at Progressive.org.

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Tags: Iraq, military escalation, Obama
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Irish Success at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014
16 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Entertainment, Showbiz, Arts, Ireland


The Dead Centre production of Lippy has received the Fringe First Award in recognition of outstanding new writing premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Riverrun secured the Herald Angel Award and Olwen Fouéré has won the much coveted Archangel award in recognition of her significant contribution to theatre for her performance of Riverrun. This follows on from her earlier success from last week at the festival where Olwen won the Stage Award for Acting Excellence.

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Tags: Edinburgh Fringe Festival
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Veterans For Peace Demands Justice for Michael Brown
16 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Human Rights, United States


Veterans For Peace has joined with a coalition of St. Louis community organizations calling for nationwide solidarity actions in support of Justice for Mike Brown and the end of police and extrajudicial killings everywhere.

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Tags: Veterans for Peace, Michael Brown, social justice
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Danny Schechter Dissects the Latest Iraq Lies
15 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Features, International


Back In Iraq: We Only Want To Save You
By Danny Schechter
New York, New York: Welcome back to Iraq—complete with our ever present WMD's—Weapons of Mass deception
Suddenly, the country we never wanted to have to think about again is back in the news and on our military agenda. So, after a few denials that troops would not, never, and no way be sent, sure'nuff, U.S, boots are back on the ground, but to play a very different "mission".

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Tags: Danny Schechter, Iraq
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A Show on Future Weapons: Discovering Hidden Politics
14 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Features


By Gouthama Siddarthan
The Discovery Channel has been doing a yeoman’s service in visually capturing day-to-day activities of dangerous animals and rare birds in forests untouched by human footfalls, animals living in depths of oceans and animals facing extinction threat. It has been winning laurels for reconstructing the life of tribals and the tribals living in dwellings built on trees, piercing into the areas unknown to the world and untouched by the sunny rays.

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Tags: future weapons
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Local Police and Much Else Will Be Militarized As Long As Federal Government Is
14 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Opinion, United States


By David Swanson
Groups on the ground in St. Louis are calling for nationwide solidarity actions in support of Justice for Mike Brown and the end of police and extrajudicial killings everywhere. As they should. And we should all join in.

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Tags: St Louis, Mike Brown, police violence, social justice
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Due to 9/11 Moms & Kids are National Security Threat
14 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Human Rights, United States


The Center for Media and Democracy's PRWatch has reported that migrant mothers and their young children detained at the US border are being denied an opportunity to be released on bond, because of anti-terrorist laws introduced following 9/11.

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Tags: Human Rights, Politics, Social Justice
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Top 9 Reasons to Stop Bombing Iraq
13 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Features, Opinion


By David Swanson
1. It's not a rescue mission.
The U.S. personnel could be evacuated without the 500-pound bombs.  The persecuted minorities could be supplied, moved, or their enemy dissuaded, or all three, without the 500-pound bombs or the hundreds of "advisors" (trained and armed to kill, and never instructed in how to give advice—Have you ever tried taking urgent advice from 430 people?).  The boy who cried rescue mission should not be allowed to get away with it after the documented deception in Libya where a fictional threat to civilians was used to launch an all-out aggressive attack that has left that nation in ruins.  Not to mention the false claims about Syrian chemical weapons and the false claim that missiles were the only option left for Syria—the latter claims being exposed when the former weren't believed, the missiles didn't launch, and less violent but perfectly obvious alternative courses of action were recognized.  If the U.S. government were driven by a desire to rescue the innocent, why would it be arming Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Bahrain?  The U.S. government destroyed the nation of Iraq between 2003 and 2011, with results including the near elimination of various minority groups.  If preventing genocide were a dominant U.S. interest, it could have halted its participation in and aggravation of that war at any time, a war in which 97% of the dead were on one side, just as in Gaza this month—the distinction between war and genocide being one of perspective, not proportions.  Or, of course, the U.S. could have left well alone.  Ever since President Carter declared that the U.S. would kill for Iraqi oil, each of his successors has believed that course of action justified, and each has made matters significantly worse.

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Tags: Iraq, US, weapons, bombing
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Culture Ireland's Networking Event opens in Edinburgh
13 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Music, Showbiz, Arts, United Kingdom, Ireland


Culture Ireland's international delegates gathering, held to facilitate meetings between Irish artists at the Edinburgh Festivals and international venue and festival bookers was opened today by Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Minister Heather Humphreys.

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Tags: Edinburgh Festival, Culture Ireland
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Human fodder caught in crossfire of armed groups and armed governments
12 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Features, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Pakistan


By Dr Hakim
"Her father was killed in Helmand amidst fighting between the Taliban and the Afghan/U.S.-NATO forces," said a relative about Gul Jumma, who looked down, shy and full of angst, sensing a future that's not promising.

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Tags: Afghanistan, Ukraine, Pakistan
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Portlaoise Prison raid condemned as Politically Motivated and Vindictive
12 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland


Early this morning a large force of prison officers, possibly as many as 150 strong, poured into the E wing of Portlaoise prison and began a cell by cell search of the building. Speaking from Belfast Mac Coitir of eirigi said:  "While the exact details are still emerging it is clear that a very large search operation is underway on the landings occupied by dozens of republican political prisoners in Portlaoise."

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Tags: eirigi, Portlaoise
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Petition started for symphysiotomy restitution
11 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Health, Ireland


A woman who had her pelvis broken while awake during childbirth because doctors refused to perform a Caesarian and who still is unable to walk as a result has started a petition on Avaaz.org in an attempt to gain restitution for those who suffered similar maltreatment.

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Tags: childbirth, symphysiotomy
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Greyhound's attack on the right to protest condemned
11 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland


People Before Profit councillor Tina MacVeigh is calling for a full investigation into the public health and safety standards of Greyhound vehicles and a pattern of behaviour whereby waste is being collected from consumers at inappropriate hours according to widespread complaints from customers.

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Tags: Greyhound, People Before Profit
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Burke calls for tax incentive to help retain junior doctors
11 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Health, Ireland, Fine Gael


Cork North Central Senator and Seanad Spokesperson for Health, Colm Burke, has today (Monday) called for the Minister for Finance to give serious consideration to the introduction of tax incentives to help retain junior doctors (NCHDs) in the Irish hospital system.

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Tags: European Working Time Directive, hospital interns, graduate doctors, junior doctors
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Israeli Genocide and its Willing Accomplices
11 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Features, Middle East, Palestine, Israel


By James Petras
Outside of Israel and its organized supporters in the major Zionist organizations, world public opinion and most experts in international law see the Jewish State’s invasion of Gaza and its systematic attack on civilians and basic infrastructure as a crime against humanity.

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Tags: Israel, Gaza, James Petras
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UK ignoring and bypassing EU Data Directive
11 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Human Rights, European Union, United Kingdom


On 8 April 2014 the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) found the the 2006 EU Directive on mandatory data retention was unlawful and had been so since the day it was passed. The judgment followed a critical Opinion of the Court's Advocate-General delivered on 12 December 2013.  The CJEU judgment is damning in its rejection of mass surveillance based on the retention of data on every communication by everyone resident in the whole EU. 

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Tags: Mass surveillance, data retention, EU, UK
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No Us Military Intervention In Iraq
11 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - United States, Ireland, Middle East, Iraq


The Irish Anti-War Movement (IAWM) today issued a statement condemning both the response of the US Government through its military airstrikes and the ethnic cleansing of Christians and other religious groups by the Islamic State forces.

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Tags: Irish Anti-War Movement, Iraq, US, military intervention
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Hayes seeks ECB voting rights clarification from Jan 2015
10 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - European Union, Ireland, Lithuania, Fine Gael


Dublin MEP and Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee member, Brian Hayes, has today asked the European Central Bank (ECB) to clarify if any new voting procedure will apply at the Bank when Lithuania joins the Euro from January next year.

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Tags: European Central Bank, Lithuania
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Obama announces Iraq air strikes
08 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - International


The White House has released the following transcript of President Obama's remarks on Thursday, 7 August:
"Good evening. Today I authorized two operations in Iraq: targeted airstrikes to protect our American personnel, and a humanitarian effort to help save thousands of Iraqi civilians who are trapped on a mountain without food and water and facing almost certain death. Let me explain the actions we’re taking and why.

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Tags: Obama, Iraq air strikes
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Back in Iraq, Jack!
08 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - United States


By David Swanson
President Obama may want us to sympathize with patriotic torturers, he may turn on whistleblowers like a flesh-eating zombie, he may have lost all ability to think an authentic thought, but I will say this for him: He knows how to mark the 50th anniversary of the Gulf of Tonkin fraud like a champion.

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Tags: Obama, humanitarian aid, weapons
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Nixon's Treason Now Acknowledged
08 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - United States


By David Swanson 
A George Will column this week, reviewing a book by Ken Hughes called Chasing Shadows, mentions almost in passing that presidential candidate Richard M. Nixon secretly sabotaged peace talks that appeared likely to end the war on Vietnam until he intervened.  As a result, the war raged on and Nixon won the election promising to end the war.

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Tags: Richard Nixon, Vietnam
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Gaza-through a looking glass
07 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Opinion


Since the 1967 invasion and annexation of Gaza by Israel 27,000 Palestinian homes and other structures (livestock pens and fencing for example) crucial for a family’s livelihood, have been demolished in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT), including East Jerusalem. —See more.

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Tags: Gaza, Palestine, West Bank, annexation, Israel
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We Won't Forget Wisconsin
07 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Entertainment, Showbiz, United States


By David Swanson
A new film called Wisconsin Rising is screening around the country, the subject, of course, being the activism surrounding the mass occupation of the Wisconsin Capitol in 2011. I recommend attending a planned screening or setting up a new one, and discussing the film collectively upon its conclusion. For all the flaws in Wisconsin's activism in 2011 and since, other states haven't even come close—most have a great deal to learn.

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Tags: Wisconsin Rising
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New Online Croke Park Match-Day Parking Service Launched
07 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland


GAA Fans can book all day parking with Euro Car Parks for only €6 thanks to Euro Car Parks, Ireland's leading car parking operator, who today announced details of a new online service which will allow GAA fans travelling from all over the country to book their Croke Park car parking spaces in advance on eurocarparks.ie.

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Tags: Croke Park, parking, Euro Car Parks
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eirigi to Intensify Boycott Israeli Goods Campaign
07 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Northern Ireland


Following an eirigi-organised protest at Sainsbury's west Belfast store on the Andersonstown Road on Tuesday, eirigi Belfast have announced plans to intensify their campaign against stores selling Israeli produce.

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Tags: eirigi, Palestine, Sainsbury, Israel produce boycott
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Collective bargaining rights sought by end of year
07 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland


The Government is working to have legislation on collective bargaining rights enacted by the end of this year to strengthen the rights of workers in companies that refuse to engage in collective bargaining while strengthening statutory protection to guard against the victimisation of workers in such companies.

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Tags: collective bargaining legislation
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An Taisce submits energy savings proposals
07 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Environment, Ireland


In its submission to the Government’s Green Paper on Energy Policy in Ireland, An Taisce is calling for a national energy policy that promotes reduction in energy consumption and will ensure all citizens are conscious of energy savings and how to secure them.

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Tags: energy policy, energy saving
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If a Genocide Falls in the Forest
06 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Opinion, Middle East


By David Swanson
There's a wide and mysterious chasm between the said intentions of the Israeli government as depicted by the U.S. media and what the Israeli government has been doing in Gaza, even as recounted in the U.S. media.

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Tags: Gaza, genocide, Israel
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UK lawyers urge ICC to investigate Gaza war crimes
05 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - United Kingdom, Middle East, Palestine, Israel


Senior British lawyers have written to the international criminal court (ICC) in The Hague, urging it to investigate "crimes" committed in Gaza, including the destruction of homes, hospitals and schools, the Guardian reports.

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Tags: International criminal court, Gaza, Palestine, Israel
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Intellectual Property Bill to amend Patents and Trade Marks legislation
05 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland


A Bill that has the 'dual objective of bringing through a number of amendments to Patents and Trade Marks legislation' has now been published.

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Tags: intellectual property bill, trade marks, patents
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Finally, Fake News Done Right
03 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - United States


By David Swanson
John Oliver is what I always wished Jon Stewart or Stephen Colbert would be.  In fact, he's what I always wished Ted Koppel or Jim Lehrer would be.
 

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Tags: John Oliver, TV news reporting
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August 2014 'On the Nail' Literary Gathering
03 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Events, Arts, Ireland


The Limerick Writers' Centre presents the August 2014 'On the Nail' Literary Gathering on Tuesday 5 August 2014 at The Loft Venue, The Locke Bar, Georges Quay, Limerick at 8pm  guest readers this month are Limerick's own Mae Leonard, County Clare writer Eddie Stack and Carolina African American Writers Collective member Raina J. León.

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Tags: Limerick Writers' Centre
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Gaza protests planned for 9 August
02 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Events, United Kingdom


The Stop War Coalition has called for a national demonstration on August 9, to coincide with an international day of protests against Israel, and solidarity with the people of Gaza.

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Tags: Gaza, Stop War Coalition
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Peace activist jailed
02 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland


(updated 2 Aug)
Founder member of the Galway Alliance Against War Niall Farrell yesterday surrendered himself at Mill St Garda Station in Galway to begin a two-week sentence.

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Tags: Shannon. Gaza, Niall Farrell, Margaretta D’Arcy, Galway Alliance Against War
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Schedule of Gaza demonstrations and gatherings
01 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Events, Ireland


The Irish Anti-War Movement (IAWM) and  Ireland Palestine Solidarity (IPS) campaign has released a schedule of events planned around the country to highlight current events in Gaza and to call on the Irish Government to take positive action against Israel's military action.

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Tags: Gaza, IAWM, IPS
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What happened to peace on earth?
01 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Features, International


By David Swanson
Among those who cheer when a cease-fire ends and killing resumes are those who want more Palestinians slaughtered as a form of mass punishment for fictional offenses.  Also among those cheering are certain mainstream U.S. newspaper columnists.  In fact, at least one person is clearly in both of the above categories.

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Tags: peace on earth
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Stop the Wars, Stop the Warming
01 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Features, Environment, International


by David Swanson
We are at a crossroads, faced with a climate crisis that threatens to end our world as we know it. The signs of climate change are all around us. They include: increasingly severe weather everywhere (floods, heat waves, droughts, cyclones and wildfires), as well as melting polar ice and glaciers, rising acidic oceans, and thawing of Siberian permafrost, which threatens release of huge, devastating, methane gas emissions.

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Tags: climate change
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Minister thanks Team Ireland for support of Star Wars filming
01 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Entertainment, Showbiz, Ireland


New Minster for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Heather Humphreys today acknowledged the 'wonderful  reception and support' the Star Wars production received from the people of Kerry and, in  particular, in the village of Portmagee and the surrounding areas. She thanked all the State agencies which supported the two days of filming activity on Sceilg Mhichíl (Skellig Michael). She also thanked JJ Abrams and his team for choosing Ireland as one of the international locations for the film production.

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Tags: Sceilg Mhichíl, Star Wars
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Government to participate in events marking Centenary of outbreak of World War One
01 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Events, Ireland


The centenary of the outbreak of World War One will be officially commemorated with a memorial Mass on Sunday 3 August at 11am in St. Mary's Church, Pro Cathedral, Marlborough Street, to be celebrated by Archbishop Diarmuid Martin. The Government will be represented by Mr. Charles Flanagan T.D. Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade. Members of the public are welcome and encouraged to attend.

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Tags: WW1 commemoration
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Consumer and Competition bodies to merge on 31 October
01 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Business, Ireland


The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD has announced that the merger of the National Consumer Agency and the Competition Authority "to create a powerful consumer watchdog with real teeth" will take effect from 31 October this year.

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Tags: National Consumer Agency, Competition Authority
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Government approves drafting of legislation to replace Registered Employment Agreements
01 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland


The Government has approved the preparation of legislation to provide for a revised legislative framework to replace the Registered Employment Agreement system, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD and Minister of State for Business and Employment Gerald Nash TD announced today (Friday).

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Tags: Registered Employment Agreement
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US surveillance damaging journalism, law & democracy
01 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - Journalism, United States


Human Rights Watch and ACLU have compiled a report detailing how current United States policies are harming journalism, law and democracy.

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Tags: US surveillance, Human Rights Watch, ACLU, NSA
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Police Federation wants continued use of pain compliance Taser method
01 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - United Kingdom


A senior member of the professional body that represents police officers has said that they "must be able to continue to use their judgement and professional discretion in the use of a controversial mode of Taser" which involves pressing the weapon directly onto an individual's body and firing.

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Tags: tasers, UK
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UK Court of Appeal rules against An Taisce in Hinkley Point Case
01 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - United Kingdom, Ireland


The Court of Appeal of England and Wales today (August 1st 2014) handed down its judgment in An Taisce's case regarding Hinkley Point C nuclear power station and decided that it was not necessary to refer the case to the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg.

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Tags: Hinkley Point, An Taisce
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Drone Protester Aquitted by Jury
01 Aug 2014; posted by the editor - United States


by David Swanson
Syracuse July 31, 2014
After two hours of deliberation, Vietnam Veteran and Buffalonian Russell Brown was acquitted tonight by a six person jury in DeWitt Town Court, East Syracuse. He was facing charges of Obstruction of Governmental Administration (OGA), a misdemeanor carrying up to a year incarceration and up to $1000 fine, as well as Disorderly Conduct charge, a violation.  Mr. Brown who went before the court Pro Se (he served as his own counsel) was assisted by Buffalo Attorneys Daire Irwin and Paul Fallon.

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Tags: drones, Hancock Air National Guard Base, Russell Brown
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