DUNCAN O’FINIOAN: ‘You’re not going to wake anyone up, anymore. We’re basically at end game. There are things about to start happening everywhere that’s going to freak the shit out of people. Back away from trying to wake them up. They’re comfortably asleep. They are where they want to be. And unfortunate as it is, when the crap does hit the fan, they are going to look around and say, ‘why didn’t someone say something?’ ~ Duncan O’Finioan.
Liverpool born poet and writer Michael Walsh traces his Liverpool roots back to 1865. This was the year his Irish great-grandmother arrived in the Second City of Empire. His parents were born at the turn of what was to become the most tumultuous century in history. Michael's father, Patrick, fought in three major conflicts before reaching his fortieth birthday. His mother, Kathleen, was a former nun turned gun-running renegade.
On leaving school at 15 years of age, Michael spent 12 weeks at the Merchant Navy School for Sailors in Sharpness, Gloucestershire. During his years at sea, he was to visit and work in over 60 countries.
The journalist and broadcaster since provided articles and columns for numerous magazines and international news media. In 2011 he was awarded Writer of the Year by the publishers of Euro Weekly News, Europe's highest-circulation newspaper of its kind. He has authored, edited and ghosted over 65 book titles.
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Of many legends woven about World War II one of the most enduring is the ‘Britain at Bay’ fiction. The story goes that in 1940 the warlike Reich invaded unprepared innocent France.
The question being asked is can Coca-Cola be brought to the Court of Human rights and various legislative bodies for blatantly pillorying ethnic-Europeans.
‘It has nothing to do with Covid or health concerns,’ says Michael Walsh, author and dissident journalist.. ‘The European Union has clearly become a repressive regime. Politicians are supposed to be representatives of the people and reflect the majority view in their parliaments. Yet never have the opinions of the electorate mattered less to legislators, never has press or the political cabal been less representative of the people they claim to serve’.
Saint David’s Day (Welsh: Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Sant or Dydd Gŵyl Dewi or the Feast of Saint David, is the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales, and falls on 1 March, the date of Saint David’s death in 589 AD. The feast has been regularly celebrated since the canonisation of David in the 12th century, by Pope Callixtus II, though it is not a public holiday in the UK.
A large number of people have been arrested as hundreds of protesters took part in on-going anti-lockdown protests in Dublin. The scars of the people vs. the regime (police and media) may not be easily healed.
Anas Sarwar, the Glasgow ‘socialist’ has been voted the new leader of the Scottish Labour party, winning 57.6 per cent of the votes cast, compared to Monica Lennon, the party’s health spokeswoman’s 42.4 per cent, in the process becoming the first person from an ethnic minority background to lead a UK party. Anas Sarwar was born in 1983 and his parents are Pakistani Muslims.
You’ll be able to dine with Jon Hamm, Audrey Hepburn, Jimmy Fallon and more this weekend.
A second international tribunal has been prepared since last week and a class action is being set up. A class action is a form of jurisdiction in which a large group of people collectively bring a claim to the court or in which a certain class of suspects is prosecuted.