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national / irish social forum / other press Tuesday August 30, 2011 02:16 by Ruaidhrí O' Conghaile   text 2 comments (last - wednesday september 12, 2012 21:25)   video 1 video file
In the current economic climate, the issue of drug policy is all too easily swept under the carpet by our politicians, who instead prefer to focus on budgetary cuts as a means of addressing our massive fiscal deficit. What our politicians apparently fail to recognize however, is the economic idiocy of continuing to pour hundreds of millions of euros of taxpayers money into a failed drug policy. read full story / add a comment
international / irish social forum / opinion/analysis Sunday August 07, 2011 19:07 by Paddy Hackett

Throwing more debt, in the short or long run, at the problem will not solve the problem. At most it merely alleviates or postpones the problem. This is precisely because the source of the problem does not lie within the process of circulation (i.e. money and credit spheres). It is contained within the production process­­­.

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national / irish social forum / opinion/analysis Wednesday June 15, 2011 11:41 by éirígí Sligeach   text 1 comment (last - wednesday june 15, 2011 20:39)   image 2 images
The socialist republican party éirígí have described the latest proposals by the Health Service Executive (HSE) to slash essential services at a number of hospitals in the HSE west region as "appalling" and "totally unnecessary". According to éirígí Sligeach activist Gerry Casey, lives would be placed at great risk if these cutbacks proceed read full story / add a comment
international / irish social forum / other press Wednesday June 08, 2011 21:21 by Speranza   text 26 comments (last - monday june 13, 2011 14:57)   image 1 image
Climate scientists lives are at risk. Why? Because they have produced evidence which shows the erxtent of Global Warming and the damage done to the environment. The deniers don't like this and neither do the big mining and oil companies. They go crazy at the idea of paying a carbon tax. These companies have deep pockets and it wouldn't be surprising if they slipped a few dollars to the nuttier deniers to threaten scientists and perhaps go further.

Most deniers are harmless folk, they rarely leave their computers and wouldn't have the nerve to counter protest at an environmental demo. But there is always the mad few, looks as if they may be at work in Autralia.

A number of Australia's leading climate scientists have been moved into safer accommodation after receiving death threats, in a further escalation of the country's increasingly febrile carbon price debate. The revelation of the death threats follows a week of bitter exchanges between the government and the opposition in the wake of a pro-carbon price TV advert featuring actor Cate Blanchet. Being a denier of GLOBAL warming and supporting the destruction of the Environment is easy. read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / other press Tuesday December 28, 2010 22:57 by Bryan Wall
"The ongoing economic destruction of Ireland is not surprising when one looks at the history of collusion between bankers and politicians, at the highest levels, in Irish politics. Over the years, some of this has been revealed by insiders and tribunals. " read full story / add a comment
Irish Gobshites
international / irish social forum / other press Monday December 06, 2010 05:49 by Rebels Yell   image 1 image   video 1 video file
The German Ambassador Pauls described Ireland as a “coarse” country infected by pure unadulterated greed and avarice. He didn't mince his word either, describing examples of a small country with an over bearing elite of overpaid Government ministers, junior ministers and a gravy train of political life, living the high on the pigs back, oblivious to the reality of deprived estates of people of no property, the length and breath of Ireland. read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / event notice Monday November 29, 2010 16:39 by Transparency International Ireland
Transparency International Ireland will mark the launch of the Global Corruption Barometer and International Anti-Corruption Day by hosting a public event titled “Cleaning up Irish politics”. This event will provide an opportunity to discuss the decline in public trust in government and politics in Ireland and explore some of the solutions to this decline.

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national / irish social forum / opinion/analysis Wednesday November 24, 2010 23:55 by Bryan Wall   text 6 comments (last - friday december 10, 2010 16:14)
With the economic future of the country very much in doubt, a change, politically and economically, is greatly needed. With the pressure from Europe building and the national debt set to soar, the future for Ireland looks bleak. read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / opinion/analysis Saturday November 06, 2010 00:27 by Bryan Wall   text 2 comments (last - saturday november 06, 2010 17:15)
The events of the student march on Wednesday the 3rd of November were a turning point in the attitude of the state towards the general populace. As we look down the barrel of what is likely to be the harshest budget in the history of the country, the Government can no longer contain the anger of the Irish people. What happened on Wednesday was proof of this. read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / event notice Saturday August 28, 2010 15:19 by Friends of Freedom
Friends of Freedom are holding a POW fundraising night on Friday - 10th September - 2010 read full story / add a comment
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national / irish social forum / press release Friday August 20, 2010 23:13 by DANNY MCBREARTY   image 1 image
Following the arrest of Republican activist Gary Donnelly and revelations that the crown constabulary had demanded and seized related materials from a journalist, Republican Network for Unity (RNU) Chair DANNY MCBREARTY noted: read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / opinion/analysis Saturday June 05, 2010 06:29 by children_of_lir   text 12 comments (last - saturday june 12, 2010 04:02)
With the recent news about child deaths while in care or in contact with services now at 188 and this figure is rising, it is time to bring down Mary Harney's Frankenstein, namely HSE. It was Harney who dissolved the ten regional Health Boards and created the disastrous and lethal HSE that came into operation on 1 January 2005. read full story / add a comment
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national / irish social forum / opinion/analysis Friday March 05, 2010 15:21 by Fergal / Theresa (edited by Andrew Flood)   text 1 comment (last - monday march 08, 2010 15:12)   image 1 image   audio 3 audio files
An audio recording of the'Better Questions' seminar on Social Movements and Praxis' held in Seomra Spraoi Wed 3rd March 6.30pm. Speakers are Fergal Finnegan and Theresa O’Keefe. read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / opinion/analysis Saturday February 27, 2010 23:37 by Risteard Ó Faoláin
Bíonn a lán scannal ag baint leis na hEaglaise le déanaí. Mo thuairm, faoi stad na hEaglaise anois. read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / other press Sunday September 20, 2009 11:08 by Greg T   text 1 comment (last - monday september 21, 2009 17:35)
Highlighting recent changes to the rent supplement scheme as well as other disturbing developments. read full story / add a comment
dublin / irish social forum / event notice Friday August 21, 2009 16:21 by Maria Aliaga
FUNDRAISING CEILI. Dublin

30th August, 3 to 6pm. The Pearse Centre, Ireland Institute, 27 Pearse St.

Fee: €10 (tea served)

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national / irish social forum / news report Thursday August 06, 2009 21:18 by Mr Crowley   text 14 comments (last - monday december 12, 2016 22:40)
Myself and two other regular contributors to p.ie were recently banned in a heavy-handed example of political censorship. We have created a new board and wish to draw attention to it. read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / opinion/analysis Tuesday June 30, 2009 23:53 by Victim of Abuse   text 7 comments (last - thursday july 30, 2009 01:12)
Recent allegations that Sr Stanislaus new about abuse in the religeous order years ago came across as sickening to me.

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dublin / irish social forum / other press Thursday April 09, 2009 14:18 by Irelandseye   text 208 comments (last - monday april 14, 2014 15:37)   image 23 images   video 1 video file
There are so many places becoming derelict and abandoned; what should the Government do about this problem??? read full story / add a comment
RCPI Public Meeting - Ageing Well - Ageing Positively
national / irish social forum / event notice Friday April 03, 2009 16:11 by RCPI   image 1 image
Tuesday, 21 April 2009
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

In the last seven years Ireland's population grew faster than in any other EU state and by 2011 it is estimated that 14 per cent of people living in Ireland will be aged 65 and over
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