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 Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/1VPC... Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/gearoidmurphy_ Telegram: https://t.me/greenbadger Email: [email protected] My Threema ID is DFWCEBT5 if you wish to send me anything. You're anonymous (even to me) and the message is encrypted.
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With the World going to blow up in 12 years and with 500'000 incoming Africans to house on the dole for life just how will this reflect on our taxes being spent?
Penney's Protest and Extinction Rebel who says Carbon Tax should focus on industries, not individuals. Donate today to Gript! https://gript.ie/donate-to-gript/ See more at https://gript.ie Follow our socials: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GriptMedia Twitter: https://twitter.com/griptmedia Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/griptmedia/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/griptmedia Our Podcasts: https://gript.ie/podcasts/ #gript
Source: https://www.podbean.com/eau/pb-b7jjf-c2a665 Gary and Michael discuss the recent increase in the cost of cigarettes in Ireland, how smokers who are willing to travel can, perfectly legally, save thousands of euro a year, and the issue of evidence based tobacco policies that don't have any evidence behind them. 7:15 Price comparison within EU.
Big Bucks Immigration Industry – Policy Paper Analysis Exposes Selling of Kith, Kin and Country for Coin
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.
Source: https://www.podbean.com/eau/pb-r7vd5-c23672 Gary and Michael discuss the news a foreigner has said something nice about Ireland; RTE are selling a €1 million worth of art; protests against a new film by the far-left; and meat is back on the menu after a new meta-analysis savaged older research which suggested red meat was damaging to health. Bonnie Greer 1:25 RTÉ putting five paintings up for auction in a bid to boost funds 11:10 Protests against the screening of Unplanned 20:12 Meat 30:15
Source: https://www.podbean.com/eau/pb-ajydz-c17772 Gary discusses CEO's pay and why it is fair for companies to pay a CEO anything they want. He goes through what a CEO is, what they generally actually earn, why they earn that amount and how they earn it.
Source: https://www.podbean.com/eau/pb-iekpz-c150ab Gary and Michael discuss Fine Gael's plan to make it more expensive to buy or build a house; call to ban vaping despite the fact it saves lives; Revenue's new war on companies; and how Jeremy Corbyn wants an income tax rate lower than the one Fine Gael currently forces us to pay. Building Regulations - StartVaping Ban - 16:10Tax certainty - 25:25Jeremy Corbyn - 37:30
In a new sinister turn Pravda RTE and the Leo Regime are openly working in cahoots with zee Germans to put the jack boot firmly on the neck of the humble Irish.
“End Neo Liberalism” Clare Daly MEP says BRexit not about “Crazy Brits” But About Failed Neo Liberalism, Yet She Supports Mass Immigration?
MEP Clare Daly seems to have accepted BRexit and used a BRexit debate to rather target neoliberalism, the European Union and UK Establishment. Clare Daly (Ind) said that BRexit was not about the "Crazy Brits" but about the failure of neoliberal politics in the EU and highlighted the Lisbon and Nice agreements. She also blamed soaring rents, declining wages, privatisation and undermining of public services.
#RunChickenRun Prov. Senator Paul Daly talks about beef prices but runs from hard questions about mass immigration
Beef from South America has four times the carbon footprint than beef from Ireland…
Irish politicians enjoying themselves on ‘fact-finding mission’ to Japan for Rugby World Cup, in your name and on your tab
Irish politicians are enjoying themselves on 'fact-finding mission' to Japan for Rugby World Cup