A few Extinction Rebellion protesters recently marched through Penneys/Primark in Dublin to protest fast fashion and its impact on the environment. For it they were viciously scorned online by their right-on liberal peers. I think I know why. This one is a bit of a ramble.
Keith Woods on Work/Production/Leisure: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FEAmXmOBxMI&t=986s
The story of the homeless boy, “Sam” has gone viral after pictures of the five year old boy were posted online of him eating his dinner on Grafton Street in Dublin on Tuesday night.
“No One Has A Moral Superiority On Homelessness” – Simon Coveney claims, yet Fine Fail continue to overheat demand for housing with too few houses being built and increased mass immigration. He blames “population growth” in which they aim to increase Ireland’s population by importing a million by 2040!
Sarah and Keith talk Extinction Rebellion, the environment, how finding a cause doesn’t mean you’re not still a loser, telling people not to have children because the planet is going to die, and ask exactly how much glue it takes to get hemp clothing to stick to stone.
Carickmacross: In a case that has dragged on for years involving a Somalian “Asylum seeker”, it is estimated that the state, i.e. taxpayers, paid over 70,000 Euros for a Barrister, Lawyer and Translator for a charge in which a mere 300 Euros fine was issued. The fact that this criminal with prior conviction in his home country, took away the life of two young men, one a pillar of Irish Society, a law student, seems to be completely ignored.
By conflating anything that resists the abuse, fraud and corruption which seems endemic to the enforced mass immigration system, with racism, the militant left and mainstream media and politicians are willfully allowing and Continue reading…
In yet another terrible example of the state instrument for enforcing mainstream policy indoctrination, (TUSLA), taking legal action (despite their constitutional rights), to enforce the State’s globalist doctrine upon families, Lumen Fidei reported about a successful defense by a family against the much maligned TUSLA agency.
Protecting The Family:
There was a very interesting Irish news story last week which, at the time of writing, has not been covered by any of the main Irish national media outlets. The story is of great interest to Catholic families and to families in general and it confirms what we in Catholic Voice and The Lumen Fidei Institute have been saying for years. The traditional family is under severe attack and the threats are coming from many directions including from those who have a legal duty to protect families. Continue reading…
The Department of Justice & Equality recently published a progress report on the “Migrant Integration Strategy 2017-2020”. I go through that document looking at policy objectives, how much money they’re spending and where it’s going. This paper demonstrates the existence of an “immigration industry” beyond any doubt.