The Department of Justice says it is planning to update legislation on “hate speech” after a post on Social Media directed at Lidl by Gemma O’Doherty challenged how a mixed-race unmarried couple used in their advertising campaign could be accurately described as “The Ryans”. “Ryan” being the women’s surname. She also urged people to buy from Irish businesses:
“German dump @lidl_ireland gaslighting the Irish people with their multicultural version of ‘The Ryans’. Kidding no-one! Resist the Great Replacement wherever you can by giving this kip a wide berth. #ShopIrish #BuyIrish.”
Thousands of people have joined a second silent march in Oughterard, Co Galway, as local opposition to a direct provision centre being imposed on the small town grows.
Organisers said that the turnout reached some 3000 people. They also said that the Department of Justice had ignored the concerns of the community who had not been consulted on the issue, and who only learned that the centre was being prepared when builders started work on the Conemara Gateway Hotel which had been closed for years.
See full report here: https://gript.ie/3000-march-oughterard-opposition/
Fr Maurice and Fr Marius, from St Mary’s Church in Cork, bring us their Sunday Reflection. This week they talk about the Church as a community of believers and the need to support each other in life, faith, and in developing virtue.
Patricia shows us a quick, easy, and delicious lemon chicken recipe that will have your friends thinking you’ve been slaving away in the kitchen for hours.
LEMON CHICKEN ONE POT RECIPE INGREDIENTS
600 g skinless boneless chicken thigh fillet (I use with skin on, bone in).
2 garlic cloves, finely chopped
1 Knorr Chicken Stock Pot dissolved in 250 ml boiling water
1 teaspoon dried oregano or dried thyme
1 lemon, sliced
80 ml reduced-fat crème fraîche
1 teaspoon runny honey
METHOD 1. Heat some oil in a saucepan and fry chicken until lightly browned. Add garlic and fry 1 minute.
2. Add the stock, herbs and lemon. Simmer for 15-20 minutes or until chicken is cooked through.
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Reupload of the scammers who are apparently ‘fleeing war’ not being happy about being in a stunning Donegal holiday location with free food and and a roof over their head plus money. Yes, this is what we’re really up against. Remember, he have to pay for these ungrateful bastards.
More footage has emerged of a brawl outside the RDS last Friday which was alleged to include a stabbing by onlookers on social media. The RDS was hosting the Irish Times organised “Higher Options” college fair for school children at the time. There are suggestions that rival African gangs from Blanchardstown and Tallaght were involved.
The brawl looks to have happened in the vicinity of the ION Trading Ireland building on Simmonscourt Rd, facing a back entrance to the RDS where the arena is.
The World is NOT Ending and the hysteria displayed by climate change extremists, show they have doubled down in one last grab at influence, power and profit…
3 – 2 – 1 – 0 – With these numbers, climate change will never be the same with solar particle forcing. They represent some key scientific numbers in the climate discussion and we wish Greta and AOC would take note.
Head of Key UN Meteorological Organisation and Climate guru Petteri Taalas from Finland, stated last week: Climate change is not yet out of control, but the debate is – “It has the features of religious extremism”
The Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization calls for the big issues to be addre Continue reading…
RTÉ’s Drivetime heard that a committee from Oughterard who travelled to Dublin to have meetings with both Minister David Stanton and Direct Provision operator Seán Lyons of Fazyard felt they had been intimidated by Lyons.
Fazyard has purchased the Connemara Gateway Hotel in Oughterard and has tendered an application with the government to use it for accommodating asylum seekers. The Sunday Business Post reported that Fazyard last year received €5.5 million for housing about 500 asylum seekers, bringing its total to €33 million over 12 years. Continue reading…
Gary and Michael discuss the curious past of Joe Loughnane, a anti-racism activist who rose to prominence recently, and vaping related news coming out of America that indicates unregulated, black-market vaping capsules have led to a number of injuries and deaths.