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  • LookLeft - it can change your mind
    other at Stormont play the more sectarian game locally and that way play both sides of the street That s a lie They did not rename a park They voted to leave the name the way it was The article is little more than the usual sticky revisionist effectively unionist nonsense Or does it not accuse SF of antagonizing protestants by campaigning for an Irish language act Not only that but the demands were designed to do so It basically blames SF for this by accusing them of attacking the PUL community As for the publication itself I wouldn t mind so much if an incredibly biased bitter article were published once in a while but crap like this has been in every copy of Look Left that I have bought Sprinkling in some articles from non Workers Party members on safe topics ain t fooling anyone The United Irishman Updated 5 2 14 Reply With Quote 05 03 2013 08 47 PM 12 Saoirse go Deo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Moderator Join Date Nov 2011 Location Baile Átha Cliath Posts 4 490 Re LookLeft it can change your mind Originally Posted by Dojo Always amuses me to hear SF being branded sectarian or benefiting from sectarian politics Some evidence of this Sticky propaganda would be nice The article also accuses them party chair Declan Kearney in particular of being revisionist over the violence and cause of it don t mention OIRA Group B whatever you do The United Irishman Updated 5 2 14 Reply With Quote 12 04 2013 11 15 PM 13 Dr FIVE View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Moderator Join Date Nov 2010 Location in the national interest Posts 17 572 Re LookLeft it can change your mind Finally read the flags piece Nothing that you wouldn t get in the Phoenix every two weeks only more balanced across all parties then Goldhawk tends to be Reply With Quote 12 04 2013 11 37 PM 14 C Flower View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Administrator Join Date Feb 2010 Location Rockall Posts 74 919 Re LookLeft it can change your mind the nationalist councillors of Newry renamed a children s playground after a hunger striker despite the potential equality implications There s the makings of a comedy in this The whole notion of what equality is has been distorted out of all recognisable shape We cannot withdraw our cards from the game Were we as silent and mute as stones our very passivity would be an act Jean Paul Sartre Reply With Quote 26 07 2015 10 59 AM 15 Saoirse go Deo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Moderator Join Date Nov 2011 Location Baile Átha Cliath Posts 4 490 Re LookLeft it can change your mind Bought a copy today after giving it a miss for a long time Firstly the paper quality has greatly increased and at only 2 it is very good value There does not seem to be an option to subscribe which is strange The problems blatant distortion and rewriting of history I spoke of earlier in this thread seem greatly reduced although there was a lot of it in a obituary for Des O Hagan and a rather strange piece about a commemoration for people killed during feuding between the sticks provos and INLA in 1975 where the latter two were basically accused of collusion with the Brits to kill officials Given the topics one sidedness is to be expected and to be fair it is made clear the the commentary is from workers party members and is not offered as a neutral account A piece in this edition on working class protestants and the fleg protests was far more balanced with some interesting perspectives offered Aside from that though there is a lot worth reading in the magazine and I would recommend buying it I certainly will be again in the future There is a particularly interesting piece about the 1990 labour relations act There is also a piece with the director of a documentary on the republican congress which is due to air soon on Dublin Community TV which sounds very interesting Over all I found this months edition thoroughly worthwhile and I would encourage people to read it The United Irishman Updated 5 2 14 Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Political World Video Channel Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who s Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Political World Our Forum Community Welcome and Introductions Using this Forum Please Read Before Posting Events and Campaigns Political World Group Blog Political World Video Channel Off Topic Members Only Sports Bar Members Only Premoderated Threads Irish Politics News Politics and Current Affairs Irish Politics The State of the Nation The Presidency The Oireachtas The Daíl and Senate Oireachtas Weekly Schedules 31st Daíl Department of Transport and Communications Department of Finance The Department of the Taoiseach Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine Department of Public Services and Reform Department of Communications Energy and Natural Resources Department of Health Department of Education Department of Environment Housing Planning Department of Justice and Defence An Garda Siochána Department of Social Protection The Good Friday Agreement Irish Politics Politics of the North Information and Data Resources Irish Government Local Government in Ireland Ireland Political Parties and Groups Fine Gael The Green Party Fianna Fail Sinn Fein Amhrán Nua The Socialist Party The Labour Party Fís Nua Eirigí The Workers Party Workers Solidarity Movement Irish Liberal Party Direct Democracy Ireland The Peoples Movement The Peoples Alliance Democracy Now Spanish Irish Group Claiming Our Future Independents United Left Alliance ULA Conference 2012 Pre Conference Discussion Threads Irish Republican Socialist Party 32CSM NI21 Communist Party of Ireland The Peoples Convention WUAG Libertas Ganley CAWHT The Freeman Movement Attack the Tax Official Republican Movement Party Coalitions and Alliances The 1916 Societies CAPTA The Anti Austerity Alliance The Daíl Technical Group Republican Sinn Fein Independent

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  • Politics ~ Irish & International
    Price Rises and Drops inflation deflation Irish Budget 2014 Irish Budget 2016 Irish Budget 2015 Irish Budget 2013 Transport and Infrastructure Irish Budget 2011 2012 and 4 Year Plan 2011 2015 Elections and Referenda Forum Irish National Opinion Polls Forthcoming General Election 2014 2016 Carlow Kilkenny Constituency Forum Cavan Monaghan Constituency Forum Clare Constituency Forum Cork East Constituency Forum Cork North Central Constituency Forum Cork North West Constituency Forum Cork South Central Constituency Forum Cork South West Constituency Forum Kerry Constituency Forum Donegal Constituency Forum Dublin Fingal Constituency Forum Roscommon Galway Constituency Forum Dublin Rathdown Constituency Forum Dublin Bay South Constituency Forum Dublin Bay North Constituency Laois Constituency Forum Offaly Constituency Forum Tipperary Constituency Forum Limerick County Constituency Forum Sligo Leitrim Constituency Forum Dublin South Central Constituency Forum Dublin Central Constituency Forum Dublin Mid West Constituency Forum Dublin South West Constituency Forum Dublin North West Constituency Forum Dublin West Constituency Forum Dún Laoghaire Constituency Forum Galway East Constituency Forum Galway West Constituency Forum Kildare North Constituency Forum Kildare South Constituency Forum Limerick City Constituency Forum Longford West Meath Constituency Forum Louth Constituency Forum Mayo Constituency Forum Meath East Constituency Forum Meath West Constituency Forum Waterford Constituency Forum Wexford Constituency Forum Wicklow Constituency Forum Northern Ireland Elections European Election 2014 Northern Ireland Elections Local Councils Belfast City North Down and Ards District Antrim and Newtown Abbey District Lisburn City and Castlereagh District Newry City Mourne and Down District Armagh City Banbridge and Craigavon Mid and East Antrim District Causeway Coast and Glens District Mid Ulster District Derry City and Strabane District Fermanagh and Omagh District Irish By Elections Forum Southern Ireland Local Elections 2014 Carlow County Council Local Elections 2014 Louth County Council Local Elections 2014 Limerick County Council Local Elections 2014 Laios County Council Local Elections 2014 Kilkenny County Council Local Elections 2014 Kildare County Council Local Elections 2014 Kerry County Council Local Elections 2014 Dublin City Council Local Elections 2014 Cavan County Council Local Elections 2014 Galway City Council Local Elections 2014 Galway County Council Local Elections 2014 Fingal County Council Local Elections 2014 Roscommon County Council Local Elections 2014 Clare County Council Local Elections 2014 Cork City Council Local Elections 2014 Cork County Council Local Elections 2014 Donegal County Council Local Elections 2014 Meath County Council Local Elections 2014 Monaghan County Council Local Elections 2014 South Dublin County Council Local Elections 2014 Tipperary County Council Local Elections 2014 Waterford County Council Local Elections 2014 Westmeath County Council Local Elections 2014 Wexford County Council Local Elections 2014 Wicklow County Council Local Elections 2014 Sligo County Council Local Elections 2014 Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Local Elections 2014 Mayo County Council Local Elections 2014 Southern Ireland European Parliament Elections 2014 Referendum 2013 Abolition of Senate New Court of Appeal Irish General Election 2011 General Discussion Fiscal Stability Treaty Referendum The Childrens Referendum 31st Amendment Republic of Ireland Constituencies and General Election Campaign Donegal North East Constituency Forum Donegal South West Constituency Forum Dublin South Constituency Forum Dublin North Constituency Forum

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  • Shots fired at Irish boxing weigh in. - Page 6
    Budget 2016 Irish Budget 2015 Irish Budget 2013 Transport and Infrastructure Irish Budget 2011 2012 and 4 Year Plan 2011 2015 Elections and Referenda Forum Irish National Opinion Polls Forthcoming General Election 2014 2016 Carlow Kilkenny Constituency Forum Cavan Monaghan Constituency Forum Clare Constituency Forum Cork East Constituency Forum Cork North Central Constituency Forum Cork North West Constituency Forum Cork South Central Constituency Forum Cork South West Constituency Forum Kerry Constituency Forum Donegal Constituency Forum Dublin Fingal Constituency Forum Roscommon Galway Constituency Forum Dublin Rathdown Constituency Forum Dublin Bay South Constituency Forum Dublin Bay North Constituency Laois Constituency Forum Offaly Constituency Forum Tipperary Constituency Forum Limerick County Constituency Forum Sligo Leitrim Constituency Forum Dublin South Central Constituency Forum Dublin Central Constituency Forum Dublin Mid West Constituency Forum Dublin South West Constituency Forum Dublin North West Constituency Forum Dublin West Constituency Forum Dún Laoghaire Constituency Forum Galway East Constituency Forum Galway West Constituency Forum Kildare North Constituency Forum Kildare South Constituency Forum Limerick City Constituency Forum Longford West Meath Constituency Forum Louth Constituency Forum Mayo Constituency Forum Meath East Constituency Forum Meath West Constituency Forum Waterford Constituency Forum Wexford Constituency Forum Wicklow Constituency Forum Northern Ireland Elections European Election 2014 Northern Ireland Elections Local Councils Belfast City North Down and Ards District Antrim and Newtown Abbey District Lisburn City and Castlereagh District Newry City Mourne and Down District Armagh City Banbridge and Craigavon Mid and East Antrim District Causeway Coast and Glens District Mid Ulster District Derry City and Strabane District Fermanagh and Omagh District Irish By Elections Forum Southern Ireland Local Elections 2014 Carlow County Council Local Elections 2014 Louth County Council Local Elections 2014 Limerick County Council Local Elections 2014 Laios County Council Local Elections 2014 Kilkenny County Council Local Elections 2014 Kildare County Council Local Elections 2014 Kerry County Council Local Elections 2014 Dublin City Council Local Elections 2014 Cavan County Council Local Elections 2014 Galway City Council Local Elections 2014 Galway County Council Local Elections 2014 Fingal County Council Local Elections 2014 Roscommon County Council Local Elections 2014 Clare County Council Local Elections 2014 Cork City Council Local Elections 2014 Cork County Council Local Elections 2014 Donegal County Council Local Elections 2014 Meath County Council Local Elections 2014 Monaghan County Council Local Elections 2014 South Dublin County Council Local Elections 2014 Tipperary County Council Local Elections 2014 Waterford County Council Local Elections 2014 Westmeath County Council Local Elections 2014 Wexford County Council Local Elections 2014 Wicklow County Council Local Elections 2014 Sligo County Council Local Elections 2014 Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Local Elections 2014 Mayo County Council Local Elections 2014 Southern Ireland European Parliament Elections 2014 Referendum 2013 Abolition of Senate New Court of Appeal Irish General Election 2011 General Discussion Fiscal Stability Treaty Referendum The Childrens Referendum 31st Amendment Republic of Ireland Constituencies and General Election Campaign Donegal North East Constituency Forum Donegal South West Constituency Forum Dublin South Constituency Forum Dublin North Constituency Forum Dublin North Central Constituency Forum Dublin North East Constituency Forum

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  • Why has the serving head of a State regulator been appointed to the board of a US oil exploration company? - Page 3
    mute as stones our very passivity would be an act Jean Paul Sartre Reply With Quote 01 12 2012 08 03 AM 39 C Flower View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Administrator Join Date Feb 2010 Location Rockall Posts 74 919 Re Why has the serving head of a State regulator been appointed to the board of a US oil exploration company A summary of the story so far http tradingresearchpoint co uk 20 oot in nevada We cannot withdraw our cards from the game Were we as silent and mute as stones our very passivity would be an act Jean Paul Sartre Reply With Quote 05 06 2015 10 28 PM 40 C Flower View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Administrator Join Date Feb 2010 Location Rockall Posts 74 919 Re Why has the serving head of a State regulator been appointed to the board of a US oil exploration company Left at the end of his 5 year contract https www facebook com permalink p 02267619798678 We cannot withdraw our cards from the game Were we as silent and mute as stones our very passivity would be an act Jean Paul Sartre Reply With Quote Page 3 of 3 First 1 2 3 Jump to page Quick Navigation Premoderated Threads Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who s Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Political World Our Forum Community Welcome and Introductions Using this Forum Please Read Before Posting Events and Campaigns Political World Group Blog Political World Video Channel Off Topic Members Only Sports Bar Members Only Premoderated Threads Irish Politics News Politics and Current Affairs Irish Politics The State of the Nation The Presidency The Oireachtas The Daíl and Senate Oireachtas Weekly Schedules 31st Daíl Department of Transport and Communications Department of Finance The Department of the Taoiseach Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine Department of Public Services and Reform Department of Communications Energy and Natural Resources Department of Health Department of Education Department of Environment Housing Planning Department of Justice and Defence An Garda Siochána Department of Social Protection The Good Friday Agreement Irish Politics Politics of the North Information and Data Resources Irish Government Local Government in Ireland Ireland Political Parties and Groups Fine Gael The Green Party Fianna Fail Sinn Fein Amhrán Nua The Socialist Party The Labour Party Fís Nua Eirigí The Workers Party Workers Solidarity Movement Irish Liberal Party Direct Democracy Ireland The Peoples Movement The Peoples Alliance Democracy Now Spanish Irish Group Claiming Our Future Independents United Left Alliance ULA Conference 2012 Pre Conference Discussion Threads Irish Republican Socialist Party 32CSM NI21 Communist Party of Ireland The Peoples Convention WUAG Libertas Ganley CAWHT The Freeman Movement Attack the Tax Official Republican Movement Party Coalitions and Alliances The 1916 Societies CAPTA The Anti Austerity Alliance The Daíl Technical Group Republican Sinn Fein Independent Alliance Renua Traveller Groups and Issues Democratic Unionist Party SDLP Alliance Party Traditional Unionist Voice Conservative and Ulster Unionist Party RNU People Before Profit

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  • Discovering Ireland. - Page 93
    Property Price Rises and Drops inflation deflation Irish Budget 2014 Irish Budget 2016 Irish Budget 2015 Irish Budget 2013 Transport and Infrastructure Irish Budget 2011 2012 and 4 Year Plan 2011 2015 Elections and Referenda Forum Irish National Opinion Polls Forthcoming General Election 2014 2016 Carlow Kilkenny Constituency Forum Cavan Monaghan Constituency Forum Clare Constituency Forum Cork East Constituency Forum Cork North Central Constituency Forum Cork North West Constituency Forum Cork South Central Constituency Forum Cork South West Constituency Forum Kerry Constituency Forum Donegal Constituency Forum Dublin Fingal Constituency Forum Roscommon Galway Constituency Forum Dublin Rathdown Constituency Forum Dublin Bay South Constituency Forum Dublin Bay North Constituency Laois Constituency Forum Offaly Constituency Forum Tipperary Constituency Forum Limerick County Constituency Forum Sligo Leitrim Constituency Forum Dublin South Central Constituency Forum Dublin Central Constituency Forum Dublin Mid West Constituency Forum Dublin South West Constituency Forum Dublin North West Constituency Forum Dublin West Constituency Forum Dún Laoghaire Constituency Forum Galway East Constituency Forum Galway West Constituency Forum Kildare North Constituency Forum Kildare South Constituency Forum Limerick City Constituency Forum Longford West Meath Constituency Forum Louth Constituency Forum Mayo Constituency Forum Meath East Constituency Forum Meath West Constituency Forum Waterford Constituency Forum Wexford Constituency Forum Wicklow Constituency Forum Northern Ireland Elections European Election 2014 Northern Ireland Elections Local Councils Belfast City North Down and Ards District Antrim and Newtown Abbey District Lisburn City and Castlereagh District Newry City Mourne and Down District Armagh City Banbridge and Craigavon Mid and East Antrim District Causeway Coast and Glens District Mid Ulster District Derry City and Strabane District Fermanagh and Omagh District Irish By Elections Forum Southern Ireland Local Elections 2014 Carlow County Council Local Elections 2014 Louth County Council Local Elections 2014 Limerick County Council Local Elections 2014 Laios County Council Local Elections 2014 Kilkenny County Council Local Elections 2014 Kildare County Council Local Elections 2014 Kerry County Council Local Elections 2014 Dublin City Council Local Elections 2014 Cavan County Council Local Elections 2014 Galway City Council Local Elections 2014 Galway County Council Local Elections 2014 Fingal County Council Local Elections 2014 Roscommon County Council Local Elections 2014 Clare County Council Local Elections 2014 Cork City Council Local Elections 2014 Cork County Council Local Elections 2014 Donegal County Council Local Elections 2014 Meath County Council Local Elections 2014 Monaghan County Council Local Elections 2014 South Dublin County Council Local Elections 2014 Tipperary County Council Local Elections 2014 Waterford County Council Local Elections 2014 Westmeath County Council Local Elections 2014 Wexford County Council Local Elections 2014 Wicklow County Council Local Elections 2014 Sligo County Council Local Elections 2014 Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Local Elections 2014 Mayo County Council Local Elections 2014 Southern Ireland European Parliament Elections 2014 Referendum 2013 Abolition of Senate New Court of Appeal Irish General Election 2011 General Discussion Fiscal Stability Treaty Referendum The Childrens Referendum 31st Amendment Republic of Ireland Constituencies and General Election Campaign Donegal North East Constituency Forum Donegal South West Constituency Forum Dublin South Constituency Forum Dublin North Constituency

    Original URL path: http://www.politicalworld.org/showthread.php?7345-Discovering-Ireland&p=445676 (2016-02-09)
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  • The Tim Pat Coogan affair-new book claims 'The Famine' was genocide - Page 9
    sounding a little like our friend Dennis O Brien Irish America has been somewhat untouched by the aforementioned colonial cringe so I have a far degree of confidence that those involved will have the confidence and courage to reach the just conclusions Americans for all their faults tend not to doff the cap Some would criticize me for expecting a certain decision and refusing to accept any other but in my opinion it is like the Saville Report only one outcome or conclusion is acceptable that being the truth Truth is a prerequisite for legitimacy without it there is none The truth in this case is as John Mitchel in his admirable straightforward style proclaimed The almighty indeed sent the blight but the English created the famine The United Irishman Updated 5 2 14 Reply With Quote 22 04 2013 12 54 AM 129 Saoirse go Deo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Moderator Join Date Nov 2011 Location Baile Átha Cliath Posts 4 490 Re The Tim Pat Coogan affair new book claims The Famine was genocide Over the past while I have read a fair number of books on the famine I think the following are the best there is no need to bother with anything else besides 1 John Mitchel The Last Conquest of Ireland perhaps This rather than being a scholarly work of historiography is very much a polemical book After all he was writing about the very recent past 2 TPC The Famine Plot Lies somewhere in between the Last Conquest and Cecil Woodham Smiths book as it lacks the political polemic attributes of the former and is more scholarly yet it reaches and proclaims the logical conclusions which the latter left hanging 3 The Great Hunger Cecil Woodham Smith 4 Atlas of the Great Irish Famine The United Irishman Updated 5 2 14 Reply With Quote 26 11 2013 04 29 PM 130 Saoirse go Deo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Moderator Join Date Nov 2011 Location Baile Átha Cliath Posts 4 490 Re The Tim Pat Coogan affair new book claims The Famine was genocide The Famine Plot by Tim Pat Coogan has been shortlisted for the National Book Tokens Nonfiction Book of the Year which will be awarded tonight at the Bord Gáis Energy book awards http www irishbookawards ie 2013 s k of the year The United Irishman Updated 5 2 14 Reply With Quote 22 12 2013 07 27 PM 131 C Flower View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Administrator Join Date Feb 2010 Location Rockall Posts 74 919 Re The Tim Pat Coogan affair new book claims The Famine was genocide Excellent timeline of the famine Hard reading http wizzley com timeline irish potato famine We cannot withdraw our cards from the game Were we as silent and mute as stones our very passivity would be an act Jean Paul Sartre Reply With Quote 23 12 2013 02 07 AM 132 rebellin View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Senior Member Join Date Aug 2011 Location Ireland and U S Posts 699 Re The Tim Pat Coogan affair new book claims The Famine was genocide Originally Posted by C Flower Excellent timeline of the famine Hard reading http wizzley com timeline irish potato famine But also absolutely necessary reading Educating a Renaissance http www laroucheirishbrigade com Reply With Quote 21 11 2015 06 44 PM 133 Saoirse go Deo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Moderator Join Date Nov 2011 Location Baile Átha Cliath Posts 4 490 Re The Tim Pat Coogan affair new book claims The Famine was genocide Living up to its name that Famine tribunal looks like it will never report back with any findings looking like it was a nice junket The United Irishman Updated 5 2 14 Reply With Quote Page 9 of 9 First 7 8 9 Jump to page Quick Navigation The Good Friday Agreement Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who s Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Political World Our Forum Community Welcome and Introductions Using this Forum Please Read Before Posting Events and Campaigns Political World Group Blog Political World Video Channel Off Topic 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  • Inside Out, The story of Maghaberry - Page 11
    that prison officers here were suffering as a result of what he called cowboys brought in from England and said senior prison service management must wise up unquote http www bbc co uk news uk northern ireland 35313447 Happiness is an inside job Reply With Quote 16 01 2016 01 39 PM 155 Trow View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Sep 2010 Location The Grove Posts 3 473 Re Inside Out The story of Maghaberry Something s cooking in the kitchen Quote A female officer at Maghaberry Prison has been arrested over an alleged sexual affair with a convicted loyalist killer The officer has also been suspended from duty while it is understood the prisoner has been moved to an isolation unit within the jail He and the officer had both been working in the prison kitchens The officer was arrested and is facing a charge of gross misconduct in public office The prisoner involved is Robert Young from Portadown unquote http www bbc co uk news uk northern ireland 35324167 Gross misconduct by prison staff is not confined to the kitchen at Maghaberry and is not always sexual related Happiness is an inside job Reply With Quote 28 01 2016 02 26 PM 156 Trow View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Sep 2010 Location The Grove Posts 3 473 Re Inside Out The story of Maghaberry Prisoner on prisoner attacks happened more than 800 times over the past 3 years with half of those occurring in Maghaberry Quote In November 2015 Maghaberry Prison in County Antrim was labelled the most dangerous ever visited by Her Majesty s Chief Inspector of Prisons Democratic Unionist Party DUP MLA Paul Frew who sits on the assembly s justice committee described the number of attacks as a massive problem It s very very worrying that we have levels of staff that first of all can t control prisoners Some of these prisoners will be very dangerous they ll be bullies They will bully other prisoners that are maybe even in for lesser crimes so it s very important that we get a grip of this issue and we protect our prisoners and our prison staff unquote http www bbc co uk news uk northern ireland 35427832 Some of the prison staff are the biggest bullies get to grips with that reality Staff on staff bullying is as common Happiness is an inside job Reply With Quote 03 02 2016 09 52 PM 157 Trow View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Sep 2010 Location The Grove Posts 3 473 Re Inside Out The story of Maghaberry On Monday 1st Feb a story broke concerning the injury of four prison officers at Maghaberry There was an incident involving boiling water apparently http www bbc co uk news uk northern ireland 35461242 My immediate thoughts were what of the prisoner and hoped he was ok I found my thoughts returned to the notorious Orange Lily a character in my Never Again post in relation to an incident i witnessed in Maghaberry Gaol and how a twisted bunch of officers target prisoners to get stress and injury leave usually Travellers and Catholics Today a female prison officer who was involved in the incident 1st Feb was suspended from duty Quote A prison officer at Maghaberry who claimed that scalding water was thrown over her during a row with a prisoner on Sunday has been suspended It is believed the prison authorities launched an investigation into her conduct after other prison officers questioned her account of the incident The matter has been referred to the police It is believed detectives are studying CCTV footage and interviewing staff and prisoners who witnessed the incident On Monday the Department of Justice issued a statement saying four officers had been injured during an incident involving a prisoner It said one of the officers had received medical treatment unquote http www bbc co uk news uk northern ireland 35488263 Fair play to the other prison officers I think the DUP should hang their heads and stop being the voice behind corrupt prison staff The problem is not a staff shortage the problem is a shortage of ordinary decent prison officers and those numbers need only be a few down as the mafia not so decent prison staff hold clout in ways that makes the decent ones virtual prisoners themselves Last edited by Trow 03 02 2016 at 10 48 PM Happiness is an inside job Reply With Quote 04 02 2016 03 56 PM 158 Trow View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Sep 2010 Location The Grove Posts 3 473 Re Inside Out The story of Maghaberry The story changes by the minute UTV have updated their story on the above matter and i ll store it here to tear it all apart in good time Quote A PSNI spokesperson confirmed that an allegation of an assault at Maghaberry Prison is being investigated Four prison officers were injured on Sunday at the high security facility and one female officer later received treatment for her injuries At the time the DUP s Edwin Poots said he understood an officer was scalded by a kettle of hot water which was knocked over during a struggle with an inmate unquote http www u tv News 2016 02 04 Magh uspended 53432 In the course of PSNI investigations i wonder will they look at how many times the same female officer has claimed injury by prisoners Will they look into all CCTV footage of all incidents were injury has been claimed Does the room were prisoners access hot water and toaster still have no CCTV cover And since when on a prison wing in Maghaberry has there been a Kettle Happiness is an inside job Reply With Quote Page 11 of 11 First 9 10 11 Jump to page Quick Navigation Irish Politics Politics of the

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  • Classified Document 1981: The Strategic Importance of Ireland to UK in Times of War - Pact Proposed by Irish Intelligence - Page 3
    expenditure now think about the implications of that if you will Last edited by pluralist 13 11 2015 at 12 22 AM Reply With Quote 13 11 2015 11 44 AM 38 Hiding Behind A Poster View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Feb 2014 Posts 151 Re Classified Document 1981 The Strategic Importance of Ireland to UK in Times of War Pact Proposed by Irish Intelligence Originally Posted by antiestablishmentarian Interesting stuff There is a school of thought which I used to adhere to that the UK has no material interest in a continued presence in Ireland I think the events of the last year the massive bailout contribution by the UK to our banks and the construction of intelligence compounds in the North give the lie to that The bailout contribution was a loan nothing more nothing less And it was given because Britain and Ireland are major trading partners therefore it wasn t in Britain s interest for the Irish economy to completely collapse Last edited by Hiding Behind A Poster 13 11 2015 at 11 50 AM Reply With Quote 13 11 2015 05 17 PM 39 morticia View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Moderator Join Date Oct 2010 Location Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Posts 8 358 Re Classified Document 1981 The Strategic Importance of Ireland to UK in Times of War Pact Proposed by Irish Intelligence Originally Posted by Hiding Behind A Poster The bailout contribution was a loan nothing more nothing less And it was given because Britain and Ireland are major trading partners therefore it wasn t in Britain s interest for the Irish economy to completely collapse Yes That is probably true However Farage s article in the IT was a barely concealed plea that Ireland the Irish support a Brexit if not agreeing to leave too I would suspect anything said by Nige is being thought by the Tory High Command urrgh The floggings will continue until morale improves Reply With Quote 13 11 2015 05 36 PM 40 C Flower View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Administrator Join Date Feb 2010 Location Rockall Posts 74 919 Re Classified Document 1981 The Strategic Importance of Ireland to UK in Times of War Pact Proposed by Irish Intelligence Originally Posted by pluralist I d venture that jmcc s and C Flower s speculations are not as extraordinary as you might think You might want look into the establishment of the Polaris programme the first submarine based British nuclear weapons system https en wikipedia org wiki UK Polaris programme According to the wiki article A project involving nukes keep secret by four successive governments of different parties while incurring huge expenditure now think about the implications of that if you will A small fortune I would be interested to know how they hid that in the budget Going back to the OP though I doubt the purpose of the UK questions to the Irish military were altogether to do with nuclear defence Whatever their motiviation they were given a full and free account of Irish defence capabilities at a time when civil war was being talked on on the Island We cannot withdraw our cards from the game Were we as silent and mute as stones our very passivity would be an act Jean Paul Sartre Reply With Quote 13 11 2015 05 39 PM 41 C Flower View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Administrator Join Date Feb 2010 Location Rockall Posts 74 919 Re Classified Document 1981 The Strategic Importance of Ireland to UK in Times of War Pact Proposed by Irish Intelligence Originally Posted by Saoirse go Deo You must have missed the memo didn t you know the Brits have no material interest in the north and would gladly let it go in the morning if the British imposed unionist veto evaporated If you believe that I have some magic beans for you I doubt the south would have entertained secret military packs with the Brits in 1981 especially one which in no way benefited Ireland Thiis was an Irish Intelligence Service document Whilst the advantages to Britain of a military pact with Ireland are clearly stated I can see no indication of any advantage to Ireland This does not seem to quell the tone of enthusiasm in the Irish Intelligence Services document The very existence of the document even of there were no other factors makes it pretty certain that Ireland is a nuclear target We cannot withdraw our cards from the game Were we as silent and mute as stones our very passivity would be an act Jean Paul Sartre Reply With Quote Page 3 of 3 First 1 2 3 Jump to page Quick Navigation Information and Data Resources Irish Government Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who s Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Political World Our Forum Community Welcome and Introductions Using this Forum Please Read Before Posting Events and Campaigns Political World Group Blog Political World Video Channel Off Topic Members Only Sports Bar Members Only Premoderated Threads Irish Politics News Politics and Current Affairs Irish Politics The State of the Nation The Presidency The Oireachtas The 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