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Monday, June 9, 2014

Daingean: Minister describes steps to uncover abuse in 1960s

Daingean: Minister describes steps to uncover abuse in 1960s: It is important that the response of the State and the public to abuse should be both "adequate and courageous", Labour's education spokesman, Mr Michael D Higgins, said.?

Public Inquiry · Be very afraid

Public Inquiry · Be very afraid: .There is a special club in ireland and the only people allowed join are those who are cuturally incapable of admitting mistakes.(I WOULD LOVE TO GET A LOOK AT THEIR MEMBERSHIP BOOK)it probably comes under the official secrets act?

Public Inquiry · Be very afraid

Public Inquiry · Be very afraid: It seems to me that even going back further in time you will find as you do today that working class children were and are used as prison and institutional fodder.criminal courts vs tribunals?how many former ministers of justice that have gone before the tribunals have been shown to be corrupt?if this society that has turned a blind eye to wrong doing over many many years wants a better society?

Merely human waste to be disposed of - Independent.ie

Merely human waste to be disposed of - Independent.ie: It could do whatever it wanted. When you have a docile citizenry; an obedient political regime; academics who know which backsides to kiss; and a politically appointed judiciary, you can shape a society in your own image.?

Priest: 'We were fairly sure nuns weren't obeying laws' - Independent.ie

Priest: 'We were fairly sure nuns weren't obeying laws' - Independent.ie: "When a person died in St Finbarr's, it was the county home then, they were put into a sack and dumped in a hole up in Carr's hill on the way to Crosshaven. It was happening up to my lifetime."?

Friday, June 6, 2014

History Ireland

History Ireland: Coercive confinement in Ireland puts the spotlight on the wide range of institutions used by independent Ireland to confine ordinary criminals and those who flouted the moral codes of the period, along with children and other vulnerable citizens whose ‘crime’ was poverty or mental instability. O’Sullivan and O’Donnell have set out to take a critical look at the control of deviance in the first half-century after independence, a time when rates of recorded crime were low and Ireland had a small prison population?

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Collusion of community, religion and State spawned true horrors - Independent.ie

Collusion of community, religion and State spawned true horrors - Independent.ie: This is what happens in a country where politicians are duped into ignoring mass graves of dead babies while they support referendums to protect the life of the 'unborn'.?