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It's Unclear Where the Whole Idea of Europe's Unification is Going

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The European Commission has heavily criticized seven EU states for their aggressive tax policies. EU economic affairs commissioner Pierre Moscovici has pointed the finger at Belgium, Cyprus, Hungary, Ireland, Luxembourg, Malta and the Netherlands, arguing that they offer complex tax schemes to help international companies avoid high taxes. Lode Vanoost, political analyst and former deputy speaker... 

Bilderberg globalist boss Peter Sutherland dies at 71

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Peter Sutherland, the notorious mass migration and multiculturalism campaigner dubbed the ‘father of globalisation’ and a Bilderberg Group attendee, has finally died. Sutherland, 71, was a key player on a host of globalist bodies and multinational corporations, including the European Commission, the World Trade Organization (WTO), and Goldman Sachs, throughout his life. As the United Nations... 

European Brothels fire escorts, buy Silicone Sex Dolls as MGTOWs cheer, Feminists Call for BAN

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Only days after news break out of Colombian brothel firing all prostitutes and replacing them with silicone sex dolls, now European brothels are doing the same… More and more European brothels are following suit. Brothels from Germany, Austria, Spain, Ireland, United Kingdom and so on. According to most doll brothel owners, the dolls are at least 500% more successful than real women, with many... 

Amnesty Intl risks criminal probe after taking Soros funds for pro-abortion campaign in Ireland

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Amnesty International Ireland could face criminal charges after an Irish regulatory body found that it broke the law by accepting a donation from George Soros’ Open Society Foundation for an abortion rights campaign. Ireland’s Standards in Public Office Commission informed the human rights organisation that it had breached Irish law by accepting funds from a foreign donor and may face criminal... 

Ireland’s Top University Bans the Term “Freshman” Because It’s Politically Incorrect

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Ireland’s top university, Trinity College Dublin, has banned the term “freshman” because it is not “gender-neutral” and will now use the term “fresh” to describe new students. In an email sent out to students and staff earlier today, Vice-Provost Chris Morash and Students’ Union President Kevin Keane said the college’s “Equality Committee” had approved a plan to change “the... 

Aussie minister under fire after saying "anyone with an Irish accent is a Crook"

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A leading Australian official felt a fierce backlash after she warned homeowners to “automatically ask anyone with an Irish accent” to leave their property. Victoria Consumer Affairs Minister Marlene Kairouz made the statement when launching a campaign to raise awareness about con men preying on older Australians. “If anybody knocks on your door that has an Irish accent, automatically ask them... 

Hurricane Ophelia strikes Ireland and UK, leaves 3 dead

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Almost 300,000 properties are without power and three people have died as Hurricane Ophelia enters its final hours and has moved across the north west. Met Eireann said the storm would not be over until about 1am with strong gusts and winds continuing but the winds will fade away overnight. Members of the public have been advised to stay inside and not to make unnecessary journeys as the worst storm... 

Ireland Starts Banning Immigrants From Trump’s Travel Ban List

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The Belfast Telegraph is reporting that last year the Republic of Ireland refused entry to at least 226 individuals that are from the same countries that are on President Trump’s travel ban list. From The Belfast Telegraph: The figures show that last year, 53 Somalians were refused leave to land, while 37 from war-torn Syria were also refused leave to land. An additional 46 Iranians were refused... 

Ryanair wants to make flights free

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Europe’s largest low-cost airline, Ireland’s Ryanair, has plans to make some of it’s flights free in a decade’s time, according to the company CEO. Michael O’Leary says it’s possible if the airline shares revenue with airports. “The challenge for us in the future is to keep driving airfares down. I have this vision that in the next five to 10 years the airfares on Ryanair... 

WHO warns of massive obesity problem in Europe by 2030

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The number of obese people in European countries has been growing steadily, a study conducted by the WHO said. A half of adults in many countries of Europe will suffer from excessive weight by 2030. Ireland will be the most obese country in Europe, the study said. As many as 90 percent of Irish men and 57 percent of women will become overweight during the next 15 years, Pravda.Ru reports. Greece,... 

UK families flee to Ireland to keep their children

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UK families are fleeing to Ireland as social workers continue to use false allegations and vague definitions of abuse to forcibly remove children from their parents and boost adoption statistics. RT’s documentary crew spoke to several of those families. The UK is just one of two countries in Europe (the other is Croatia) where communist ideas such as adoption without the consent of a child’s... 

30% of Ireland's population living in extreme poverty

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Almost 1.4 million Irish residents, or 30 percent of Ireland’s population, were forced to endure “enforced deprivation” throughout 2013, the state’s Central Statistics Office (CSO) says. New figures, published on Wednesday, offer a sobering insight into the socioeconomic impacts of Austerity Ireland. The CSO’s research analyzed Irish citizens’ income and living conditions throughout... 

Immigrants look better and are taller than Irish - politician

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Olivia Mitchell, the Fine Gael deputy for Dublin South said that immigration should be increased because mixing the Irish with immigrants makes the children “better looking and taller”. Although the debate was originally about requiring the father’s name to be on birth certificates, she trailed off into an anti-Irish argument calling for more immigration. “As a small island country we should... 

Beer prevents heart attacks and strokes

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Scientists reveal that beer in moderation prevents heart attack and stroke. European scientists have highlighted the beneficial health of moderate consumption of beer, including the prevention of cardiovascular problems and respiratory effects, and have excluded the myth of the ‘beer belly’. The VII European Congress on Beer and Health, held in Brussels this week brought together some... 

Eurozone collective debt hits new record high of 92.2%

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Europe plunged into financial crisis in early 2008. Official data show the collective debt in the eurozone has hit a new record high of 92.2 percent in first quarter of 2013, as the 17-nation bloc continues to grapple with a worsening financial crisis. The data released by Eurostat, the EU’s statistics office, on Monday showed that government debt as a share of the total annual GDP of the eurozone... 
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