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Cooling period of Earth “not far off” – CO2 and Sea Level Alarmism is “Wrong, Wrong, Wrong” – Sea Level Reviewer for UN IPCC 2000

Nils-Axel Morner, a former head of the Paleo-Geophysics and Geodynamics Department in Stockholm, exposed the fraud at the heart of the UN's IPCC organisation and says a new solar-driven cooling period for the Earth is ‘not far off’

ZERO Human Influence on Climate Change! Climate Extremists in Panic Mode as Truth Comes Out Exposing Massive Climate Fraud!

This video is a brief “Climate Forcing” Made Easy (full video below) exposing the ignorance and willful fraud that has plagued the Global Warming and now Climate Change sphere for decades! The Hundreds of Papers That Drove Change in the IPCC Come Mostly From These Key Journals: – The Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics […]

Destruction at St. Michan’s church of 800-year-old mummy

At the weekend, the vaults in St Michan's church in Dublin were broken into and an 800-year-old mummy destroyed.

Dublin A Personal View Episode 4

Broadcaster, historian and Irish Republican Éamonn Mac Thomáis tours his favourite parts of historical Dublin in the 1979 TV series 'Dublin - A Personal View'.

Dublin Tenements Episode 4

From 1840s until 1970s Dublin was blighted with the worst slums in all of Europe. Generation after generation of poor Dubliners would be forced into the disease ridden tenements to survive. This is the first documentary of note to tackle this sad and under-reported subject.

Dublin Lockout 1913

A TG4 produced documentary on the conflict between the personalities of trade union leader Jim Larking and millionaire employer William Martin Murphy.

Down and Out in Dublin: Homelessness (1964)

A look at life for those who are living in the back streets and hostels of Dublin in 1964. “They exist rather than live, sheltered by state and religious institutions, fed by charitable organisations, avoided by their fellow citizens, studied by sociologists, moved by policemen, jeered at by children in the street. They lead the most public and the most private of lives. Everyone knows them to see, but scarcely anyone knows them to talk to or understand just how or why they drifted into their present hopelessness.” Reporter Father Peter Lemass hears the stories of men who find themselves out of work and out of home. The men describe how they spend the day and the places they rely on for food and shelter. The Little Flower Centre on Meath Street, Dublin provides meals for a nominal fee. Some of the men describe how convents and presbyteries can be sources of cash. The Iveagh Hostel is seen as being one of the best in the city but it is also one of the most expensive places to get a bed for the night. At a former workhouse in North Brunswick Street, the Legion of Mary run the North Star Hostel for a small charge. Men can get an evening meal, a night’s lodging and breakfast. At the hostel in Back Lane there is no charge for a bed but you can only stay for fourteen nights. A number of the men describe how they sleep in the Phoenix Park. A member of St Vincent de Paul who run the Back Lane hostel talks about the problems for homeless people in Dublin. Despite the charitable work of religious orders running the hostels and food kitchens some of the men talk about having little or no religious belief. Helen Burke of the Sociology Department at UCD talks about what can be done for those who are living rough now and how can society help young people from ending up homeless and out of work

Housing Conditions in Dublin 1966

The film looks at inner city tenements, a proposed high rise scheme in Ballymun and the difficulties encountered by those seeking houses in Dublin. The report includes interviews with young families trying to get homes including a couple who have been forced to live in a caravan. One young mother describes the problem of trying to get a house in Ireland. The problem is so grave that emigration may be the only option. Reporter Cathal O’Shannon is in Ballymun where a new housing development is being built. He outlines the circumstances which might see an individual rent a local authority dwelling. Denis Larkin the chairman of Dublin Corporation Housing Committee explains the problems the Corporation has had in the past and what it is now trying to achieve. A married couple describe their efforts to get a home and the difficulties they face on a caravan site. Cathal O’Shannon’s report continues with figures for house building and numbers on the Dublin Corporation housing list. One man interviewed, who does not qualify under the statutory regulations, describes how he now finds himself back in his mother’s two-bedroom home with his wife and children. The report ends with Denis Larkin describing the hopes Dublin Corporation have for the construction of new homes and reductions on the housing list. He stresses the need for more land to build on and more resources at government level. This episode of ‘Newsbeat’ was broadcast on 19 May 1966.

The Dublin Tenements Episode 2

From 1840s until 1970s Dublin was blighted with the worst slums in all of Europe. Generation after generation of poor Dubliners would be forced into the disease ridden tenements to survive. This is the first documentary of note to tackle this sad and under-reported subject.

Dublin A Personal View Episode 3

Broadcaster, historian and Irish Republican Éamonn Mac Thomáis tours his favourite parts of historical Dublin in the 1979 TV series 'Dublin - A Personal View'.

Dublin A Personal View Episode 2

Broadcaster, historian and Irish Republican Éamonn Mac Thomáis tours his favourite parts of historical Dublin in the 1979 TV series 'Dublin - A Personal View'.
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Is “Regularisation” a code word for selling our heritage? St Felim’s Hospital with Cemetery to be sold by HSE after “regularisation”

Amidst a crisis in the health sector, the HSA seems to have found time and money to arrange for the selling off of our heritage. The title of the old St Felims Hospital sited on 11.32 acres on the old Belturbet Road out of Cavan Town, along with its cemetery, is in the process of being "regularised" with a view to selling it to the private sector, the HSE has confirmed. The HSE is currently working with a solicitor and the Property Registration Authority with a view to "regularising title" for the St Felim’s property. It is expected that this process will take some time and it is unlikely to be achieved before 2019 at the earliest.

“Out Of Africa” Finally Debunked? Africans Have an Archaic Admixture NOT found in Europeans and Asians (Video)

The Out of Africa hypothesis, much propagandised by globalist mainstream media and Establishment might have finally been inadvertently disproven by the Establishment itself through DNA technology and testing! It is already known Africans do NOT contain DNA from Neanderthals and Denisovans, that Europeans and Asians do, but it now appears Africans have ancient DNA that Europeans and Asians do NOT have either! This would make the much vaunted Out of Africa theory mutually exclusive and thus improbable. Sub-Saharan Africa is, geographically, the area of the continent of Africa that lies south of the Sahara. The first large-scale study of ancient human DNA from sub-Saharan Africa opens a long-awaited window into the identity and origins of prehistoric populations. Whole-genome sequences of Sub-Saharan tribal DNA shows that the ancestors of the hunter-gatherers interbred, be it through rape or otherwise, with one or more archaic human populations, and contributed archaic g
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