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In Spite of President Higgins, the Hope of Ireland Is In Its Grassroots Campaign

Whist Ireland’s President Higgins waffled on at length about the least fortunate in global society and how Ireland was playing its part to assist those disenfranchised, like the political coward he is, he never alluded to Ireland’s behaviour which has been the cause of much human misery. The Republic of Ireland has for decades hidden its dark past about domestic child abuse within State and quasi-Irish State institutions. The Church, church schools, orphanages, hospitals, work-houses, and even the Irish Boy Scouts organisations have a history of incest and grotesque child sexual abuse by those in authority. To this day, government inertia and cover up has failed to give the numerous victims justice nor compensation and allowed the perpetrators to escape justice.

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Op-Ed: Things on My Mind

Things on my mind They told me I’d never be good at Poetry because I’m dyslexic, but so far I’ve

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Trump Should Kill the Iran Nuclear Deal, for the Dissidents and Protesters

It endangers global security and bolsters a brutal theocratic regime.

President Trump will make some important decisions this month that could not only end the controversial 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran but also convey America’s support for Iranian protesters and hasten the overthrow of Iran’s ruling mullahs.

By January 12, Mr. Trump must decide whether to renew a waiver of sanctions lifted by the Iran deal — i.e., the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA.

The law requires him to make such a determination every 120 days.

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Opponents of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani hold a protest outside the Iranian embassy in west London.. (photo credit: REUTERS)

Our World: The Iranian Explosion of Truth

If the Iranian regime is unable to brutally stomp out the countrywide protests raging through the country, and if the protesters achieve their goal of bringing down the regime, they will go down in history as the saviors of millions of people not just in Iran but throughout the world.

Given the earth shattering potential of the protests it is extraordinary to see the liberal media in the US and Europe struggle to downplay their significance.

Aside from a lukewarm statement on Twitter from British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson, as of Monday morning – five days into the protests – no senior European official had spoken in favor of the hundreds of thousands of Iranians marching throughout their country demanding freedom.

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Open Letter to the #MSM — as well as to We the People

To ABC News, CBS News, NBC News, MSNBC, and CNN IF you, as members of the MSM, held yourselves in

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Can’t Fight Something You Don’t Know About

This was content, originally published 15-April-2015, was brought to my attention on facebook and the sources for the information are

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