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@_Adam_Price calls for a 'permanent presence' for Wales in Dublin to strengthen trade links between Wales and Ireland.

@Adam_Price yn galw ar Lywodraeth Cymru i sefydlu presenoldeb parhaol yn Nulyn i gryfhau’r berthynas rhwng Cymru ac Iwerddon.

@_Adam_Price calls for an arm’s-length, independent trade and inward-investment promotion agency for Wales following visit to Ireland.

Mae @_Adam_Price yn galw am sefydliad asiantaeth annibynnol, hyd-braich i hyrwyddo masnach a mewnfuddsoddiad.

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If the free state régime had any balls or brains it would be taking the lead in developing links with a soon to be independent Scotland and a potentially independent Wales.
 
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@_Adam_Price calls for a 'permanent presence' for Wales in Dublin to strengthen trade links between Wales and Ireland.

@Adam_Price yn galw ar Lywodraeth Cymru i sefydlu presenoldeb parhaol yn Nulyn i gryfhau’r berthynas rhwng Cymru ac Iwerddon.

@_Adam_Price calls for an arm’s-length, independent trade and inward-investment promotion agency for Wales following visit to Ireland.

Mae @_Adam_Price yn galw am sefydliad asiantaeth annibynnol, hyd-braich i hyrwyddo masnach a mewnfuddsoddiad.

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What do they mean permanent place?

An embassy?
 
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What do they mean permanent place?

An embassy?
A permanent promotion agency? As in a Think Tank Committee?


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One can only imagine the interest and enthusiasm for Adam Prices proposal, which does not reflect poorly on him or his idea, but if Northern Nationalists want to see how much consideration the great and good have given them, I think they should have a look at the attendance on the Government benches.

I think Wales and Scotland, following Independence, would need to develop their own Security Services, which would have a permanent presence in Ireland with the new Irish Security Services, that will necessarily replace the English ones following their withdrawal from Ireland.

I think the Gaelic speaking community in Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Mann, as well as the Welsh and Cornish speaking communities should have a permanent presence in Ireland, and that each of them should have a similar relationship with the State as the Sami people have with the Norwegian State.
 
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If the free state régime had any balls or brains it would be taking the lead in developing links with a soon to be independent Scotland and a potentially independent Wales.


- Good business visit to Blackbox-av with @Plaid_Cymru Afan candidate @bennison_andrew. specialists in audio visual solutions 4 museum sector. - Bethan Jenkins AM/AC (@bethanjenkins) · Twitter

Irish Nationalists never seek to amaze me when it comes to *Internationalism.* There is huge scope for the development of Small and Medium Community Enterprise ideas, such as within local museums, local media and local sports.

How many people could a Celtic Broadcasting Community Corporation employ? Cornish, Irish, Manx, Scottish and Welsh people to begin to think of the future in those terms.
 

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- Good business visit to Blackbox-av with @Plaid_Cymru Afan candidate @bennison_andrew. specialists in audio visual solutions 4 museum sector. - Bethan Jenkins AM/AC (@bethanjenkins) · Twitter

Irish Nationalists never seek to amaze me when it comes to *Internationalism.* There is huge scope for the development of Small and Medium Community Enterprise ideas, such as within local museums, local media and local sports.

How many people could a Celtic Broadcasting Community Corporation employ? Cornish, Irish, Manx, Scottish and Welsh people to begin to think of the future in those terms.

What we really need is a Celtic Development Bank to advance credit to commercial projects that promote Celtic consciousness and unity.
 
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What we really need is a Celtic Development Bank to advance credit to commercial projects that promote Celtic consciousness and unity.
Development Bank of Wales headquarters will be based in north Wales

Plaid Cymru's Adam Price said that if senior executives aren't based at the Wrexham HQ it would be nothing more than a back office

Plaid Cymru’s economy spokesman Adam Price said in reality the headquarters would be nothing more than a "back office," if all of its senior executives, and its non executive chair, aren’t based there most of the time.

Finance Wales currently employs around 140, with the Welsh Government saying that the new development bank HQ would have a workforce of more than 50.

Mr Price said: “We are supportive of the proposal for the Development Bank of Wales to be based in Wrexham in north Wales.

“However, for it to be a serious HQ, it needs to have its senior executives based there, otherwise it would just be a brass plate operation.

“So not to do so, and to call it a headquarters, would be misleading and a fudge... sending out a disjointed signal, both internally and externally.

“Yes, have a office in Cardiff absolutely for engagement with the Welsh Government and key figures in the financial services and professional advisory sector, but most of the time executives need to be based at the north Wales HQ."

He said he was supportive of the ambitious plans for the development bank being put forward by Finance Wales’ chief executive Mr Thorley - who is expected to be its chief executive.

“There is no reason why the Development Bank of Wales, as an important institution outside of Cardiff, cannot be very successful with the ability to recruit [from the regional labour market], but with a smaller office based in Cardiff,” said Mr Price. - Development Bank of Wales headquarters will be based in north ...

Doctors describe the devastating impact of poverty on children's health

“Toddler brought in by ambulance as mother was suicidal. Toddler was ravenous and underweight, in inadequate layers of clothes"
Here's what Welsh doctors had to say

Doctor 1

“Toddler brought in by ambulance as mother was suicidal. Toddler was ravenous and underweight, in inadequate layers of clothes.

"Ambulance crew said the house was freezing and damp, mother was a refugee seeking asylum and living on food vouchers.”

Doctor 2

“Poor diet often causing obesity as cheap calorie-dense food is cheaper than fresh fruit and veg.

"Parents are reluctant to try children with new foods as they cannot afford to waste food and have children not eat it.

"Stress about finances and debt along with working multiple low-paid jobs make care of children and appropriate parenting difficult.”

Doctor 3

“Parental stress and worries leading to child anxiety. Parental stress affects parenting and can lead to neglect.

"Homelessness makes families more vulnerable, including the children. Children who are hungry can’t focus on learning so their academic progress is impaired.”

Doctor 4

“Children with poorly-controlled asthma living in damp housing conditions.

"Families with financial difficulties struggling to make appointments when relying on public transport/other family member with cars.”

Doctor 5

“We have several children currently in who cannot go home due to housing issues.”

- Doctors describe the devastating impact of poverty on children's health


I'm no expert on economic matters, but I came across this article about the Development Bank of Wales. The report into child poverty in Wales shocked me, and they are 5 reasons that the Welsh need to separate from London, sooner rather than later, and take control of their own economy, because almost 50% of paediatricians believe the situation is going to deteriorate, “Worryingly, almost half of those surveyed feel the problem is getting worse, with the combination of increasing poverty, housing problems and cuts to services meaning more families are struggling.” One doctor said rates of self-harm in young people had gone up due to the “combination of the recession and continuing austerity measures”.
 
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What we really need is a Celtic Development Bank to advance credit to commercial projects that promote Celtic consciousness and unity.
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Our resident 'national socialist' has way too much time on his hands.
And by the way - his family are not responsible for his warped political ideas or the fact that he seems to have nothing better to do than spout sh*te on this forum (and probably many others)

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So many lies to keep track of.


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Antoin is never sober


The_SR
Anto. You aren't that important

Black Swan
Which poster called you a degenerate right winger, accused you of making light of rape and on which thread did they call you to be banned from?


The_SR
Someone called you a rat. Big deal

Black Swan
The account you are posting under was created today and your gibberish makes no sense.

F*ck off moron.

Black Swan
Keeping track of all your socks must be a full-time job.

Patrick Ronayne
No harm to you, but the amount of incontinent, unasked for 'confessing' that you're doing here suggests that you're the kind of guy who'd cough his guts up and admit to anything in the back of a squad car en route to the barracks.

making waves
oh holy bejaysus - we have two degenerates on here making light of a serious issue for rape victims in Britain - not surprising given who is involved.

If ye eejits want to comment on this serious issue - then please do so - otherwise p*ss-off with this kind of sh*te.

Black Swan
That's why I'm warning people about Political Irish being a potential security threat. Any account associated with an email address used to sign up, may be compromised if they used the same password on another account associated with the same email address.

Those who have any doubt, should change their passwords immediately. It looks to me as though PI was set up primarily to harvest information relating to its members.

The_SR
A mod can fix this very easily. Do Ratio and TG post from the same ip address?

TheKing
Antoin has already said he no longer posts there because of your claims, thats evidence that your malicious claims are already damaging that site.

Apart from name, email and date of birth no other actual data is stored by a forum other than a username and password.

How has this minimal data been stolen when you have already stated you have access to your account?

The Data commisioner will laugh at you!

Patrick Ronayne
I'm not really interested.

You've already referred to having been accused of unspecified crimes and your reputational damage is your own affair.

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These fruitcakes spend most of their time on PoliticalIrish discussing the inadvisability of "race-mixing", the "coming Irish genocide" at the hands of Muslims, and "the look of the Irish". You can also get the sense a lot of them (well all five plus their socks) have had some major history of substance abuse and/or psychiatric disorders. They always end up accusing other people of grassing them to the Social workers or the cops.
Utterly bonkers, I wouldnt waste any time on their ranting.

The Eagle of the Ninth
The rest are just ... well, tiresome. AMC still persisting with his fairy-tales, is he?

The Eagle of the Ninth
And just before you accused everyone here of spreading the story you wet yourself in the back of a guards car


Just before we continue. Do you know any of these posters from Politics.ie engaged in spreading rumours suggesting that I was an unimportant police informant, and threatening to have me removed from a protest, if I made my political dalliances known to them? It appears to me that some people don't understand the difference between the Socialist Party, the Socialist Workers Party, the Workers Party, the Nationalist Party of Ireland, an Independent Irish National Socialist, and the concept of the Irish National Socialist Party.

You don't appear to have made any effort, in explaining that you are not my sock?



- Good business visit to Blackbox-av with @Plaid_Cymru Afan candidate @bennison_andrew. specialists in audio visual solutions 4 museum sector. - Bethan Jenkins AM/AC (@bethanjenkins) · Twitter

Irish Nationalists never seek to amaze me when it comes to *Internationalism.* There is huge scope for the development of Small and Medium Community Enterprise ideas, such as within local museums, local media and local sports.

How many people could a Celtic Broadcasting Community Corporation employ? Cornish, Irish, Manx, Scottish and Welsh people to begin to think of the future in those terms.
Protest at Dublin’s Hell Fire Club over €19m visitor centre



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- Protest at Dublin's Hell Fire Club over €19m visitor centre

About 500 people turned out to show their support for the Save the Hellfire campaign at a short protest on Sunday afternoon.

The demonstrators gathered at the Hell Fire Club in the Dublin Mountains to protest against a proposed €19 million major tourism development at the site by South Dublin County Council and Coillte.

The protesters met at the Hell Fire car park before walking to the top of Montpelier Hill.

Group member Elizabeth Davidson told The Irish Times that the committee were delighted with the turnout.

“We had about 500 people turn out for the demonstration and we are very pleased with the turnout. A lot of people incorporated the event into their usual Sunday walking route.

“I think people were very interested in what our speakers had to say, in particular the discussion surrounding the run-off the hill, which can affect water supply.

“Unfortunately, Francis Black was unable to make it, but the Green Party leader Eamon Ryan spoke about the vision for a national park in the Dublin Mountains which would incorporate land from Powerscourt the whole way over.”

The group expect to hold further discussions with South Dublin County Council on the issue in the coming weeks.

The proposed development would be part of the Dublin Mountains Project.

It would include a visitors’ centre high up on Montpelier Hill, close to the Hell Fire Club.

The centre would encompass an 80-seater restaurant, a ramblers’ lounge, a retail unit, a seminar room and a display area.

The current Hell Fire car park would be expanded, through the felling of many trees.

A smaller project is also planned for Massy’s Wood across the road.

It is hoped that the Dublin Mountains Project will attract 300,000 visitors a year to this location.

However, locals and frequent visitors to the area object to the plans, claiming that the natural habitat would be turned into a “concrete jungle”.

Speaking to The Irish Times, Anna Collins, who is a member of the Save the Hellfire group, explained why local residents and the wider community have organised the rally.

“As you can imagine, this project would put great pressure on a small area with unique heritage merit, potentially causing environmental damage and bringing a lot of traffic congestion into a location where the current road infrastructure is below standard.

“There would also be an impact on the native wildlife which inhabits the wooded areas. Both the greater spotted woodpecker and the red squirrel have been seen in Hell Fire or Massy’s Wood in most recent times and are a rarity due to the population numbers in Ireland at present,” said Ms Collins.

“We want to raise awareness and indeed stress . . . the need for sensitive care for the built heritage and the environmental diversity in the area.

“We have been amazed how many people travel to the Hell Fire to walk in these woods, and a lot of people from areas like Crumlin, Tallaght and Walkinstown.

“They don’t have any forest areas where they come from so they come here, and the feedback which we have gotten from families is that they are outraged to think that an area where they can let their children run free is an area that is going to be concreted over and turned into a suburban facility.

“There are big concerns about issues like flooding and water, and also the increased level of traffic the project would bring.” - Protest at Dublin's Hell Fire Club over €19m visitor centre


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'Wha...? Those figures are from the 1990s ya loon.(1) They are from the European commission. Look at the rates of unemployment. Between 40% and 70% in Ballymun, Clondalkin, Coolock, Darndale, Finglas and Tallaght. Militant Labour-Socialist Party and the AAA should be well aware of this, as Paul Murphy was a member of the European Parliament, and is now a TD for the Tallght area. If you read the Story of the Irish Citizen Army you will notice that areas like Clondalkin and Lucan were rural areas during the 1910s. The tenements from where they came, became the flats, which in turn became these areas. The Dr Bradshaw report is a study which shows that the same levels of unemployment existed in the 1970s and the 1980s in the inner city areas, which also included a study of one of the newer urban areas. The Dr Marianne Been pilot study shows that the same areas were plagued with similar problems. The faction of the Labour Party from which Militant emerged actually backed the CAD factions mentioned in an earlier post, and abandoned those communities in the early 1980s. Prior to that the Socialist Labour Party fell apart like a deck of cards when it organized the unions, but failed to organize the Lumps via Community Councils or Tenants Leagues. Personally I saw no contradiction in trying to organize Community Councils rather than Tennents Associations, and working hand in glove with the Statist SP or Millies and Swimmies and SF, as that's how I defined Socialist Republicanism. You've a neck like a jockeys bollix to label me a Stalinist, or to suggest that I'm regurgitating Stalinist propaganda from the 1930s. As the Eamon Donnelly quote on the previous page suggests, these communities lived in a parallel universe to the rest of society. The Intelligentsia like Humphreys and O'Malley were perhaps well intentioned, but you know what they say about good intentions - 'Tis the road to hell.

(1). -''Ballymun/Finglas/Darndale: The target area is situated on the edge of Dublin and suffers from a serious level of social exclusion. The population amounts to 84,000, with an average official unemployment rate of almost 40%, rising in Ballymun, Darndale, Finglas South and other pockets to beyond 60%. The area has the highest concentration of local authority housing and unemployed people in the country.

Many of the housing estates experience other severe problems including a poor environment and shortages of recreational, amenities or community facilities. Tallaght/Clondalkin: West Tallaght and Clondalkin are situated on the west side of Dublin. This area experienced an explosive urban growth in the 1960s and 1970s. It grew from a network of villages to an extensive peripheral urban area with a population of 114,535 in 1991.

According to 1991 Census data, the unemployment rate in Ballymun is 48%. In 1994 however about 60% of the available workforce was registered as unemployed. This includes women who are single parents, early school leavers and also women who are not entitled to unemployment assistance or benefit, but who are actively seeking employment. 34% of people living in Ballymum are under 14 years of age, with 51% under 25 years of age. A high percentage of these young people have no formal qualifications. In the next five years unemployment could rise as a result to almost 70%. b) Finglas - Finglas, primarily a working class area, is located 3 miles Northwest of Dublin City Centre and is the oldest of the 3 Partnership Areas. Comprising eleven electoral Wards it is sandwiched between the Dublin-Belfast and Dublin-Derry road corridors. It is strategically located on the M50 motorway which is due for completion in 1997 and is less than a mile from Dublin Airport. There is a reasonable industrial/retail pool of local employers whose potential has not been realised to date for the benefit of Finglas people in terms of access to local jobs. There is an overall unemployment rate of 50-60%. c) Darndale - The Northside Partnership, in the north-east sector of the city, comprises the parishes of Darndale, Priorswood, Bonnybrook, Coolock Village and Kilmore. The total population is just over 30,000. Total unemployment in the area is estimated at 31%, about half of whom are long-term unemployed. In comparison to the labour force of Dublin City, there is evidence that the labour force living in the Partnership Area has generally lower skill levels. 2) Tallaght/Clondalkin: With 38.60% and 34.90% of the population aged under 15 the age profile of the target wards is predominantly young. Many of these children (more than 12% in Tallaght and more than 11% in Clondalkin) live in single parent households. The proportion of lone parents in communities such as Frettercairn and Jobstown in Tallaght, and Bawnogue, Deansrath and Quarryvale in Clondalkin, ranges between 27-29% of households. Unemployment within the target area is considerably higher than the national average. There are levels of over 60% in the areas of Fettercairn and Killinarden.''

''The workers united, will never be defeated.'' - What workers? No employment. No union. - Republican Congress - Politics.ie

The areas identified in this document have unemployment rates of up to 70%. If O'Donnell's Republic were ever to become a reality, it would be necessary to organize that Class, and make Republicanism relevant to them. The only way I think that's possible is via Socialist Republicanism. It's impossible to organize that Class into unions, as they have no employment. No employment. No unions.

Regional Policy Inforegio - European Commission
ec.europa.eu › European Commission › Regional Policy › Urban


'Irish Nationalists never seek to amaze me when it comes to *Internationalism.* There is huge scope for the development of Small and Medium Community Enterprise ideas, such as within local museums, local media and local sports.'

Meanwhile, the Socialist Workers Party and the Green Party have launched a new campaign, this time against much needed developments in Local Enterprise, in the most socially disadvantaged areas in Ireland, if not in Europe.

Imagine what they will do to obstruct the plans of the Irish National Socialist Party to bring the World Cup to Cornwall, Ireland, Scotland and Wales?
 
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- Good business visit to Blackbox-av with @Plaid_Cymru Afan candidate @bennison_andrew. specialists in audio visual solutions 4 museum sector. - Bethan Jenkins AM/AC (@bethanjenkins) · Twitter

Irish Nationalists never seek to amaze me when it comes to *Internationalism.* There is huge scope for the development of Small and Medium Community Enterprise ideas, such as within local museums, local media and local sports.

How many people could a Celtic Broadcasting Community Corporation employ? Cornish, Irish, Manx, Scottish and Welsh people need to think of the future in those terms.
Protest at Dublin’s Hell Fire Club over €19m visitor centre

About 500 people turned out to show their support for the Save the Hellfire campaign at a short protest on Sunday afternoon.

The current Hell Fire car park would be expanded, through the felling of many trees.

It is hoped that the Dublin Mountains Project will attract 300,000 visitors a year to this location.

However, locals and frequent visitors to the area object to the plans, claiming that the natural habitat would be turned into a “concrete jungle”.

Speaking to The Irish Times, Anna Collins, who is a member of the Save the Hellfire group, explained why local residents and the wider community have organised the rally.

“As you can imagine, this project would put great pressure on a small area with unique heritage merit, potentially causing environmental damage and bringing a lot of traffic congestion into a location where the current road infrastructure is below standard.

“There would also be an impact on the native wildlife which inhabits the wooded areas. Both the greater spotted woodpecker and the red squirrel have been seen in Hell Fire or Massy’s Wood in most recent times and are a rarity due to the population numbers in Ireland at present,” said Ms Collins. - Protest at Dublin's Hell Fire Club over €19m visitor centre

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Look at the rates of unemployment.

Between 40% and 70% in Ballymun, Clondalkin, Coolock, Darndale, Finglas and Tallaght.

The Dr Marianne Been pilot study shows that the same areas were plagued with similar problems.

Many of the housing estates experience other severe problems including a poor environment and shortages of recreational, amenities or community facilities. Tallaght/Clondalkin: West Tallaght and Clondalkin are situated on the west side of Dublin. This area experienced an explosive urban growth in the 1960s and 1970s. It grew from a network of villages to an extensive peripheral urban area with a population of 114,535 in 1991.

Total unemployment in the area is estimated at 31%, about half of whom are long-term unemployed. In comparison to the labour force of Dublin City, there is evidence that the labour force living in the Partnership Area has generally lower skill levels. 2) Tallaght/Clondalkin: With 38.60% and 34.90% of the population aged under 15 the age profile of the target wards is predominantly young. Many of these children (more than 12% in Tallaght and more than 11% in Clondalkin) live in single parent households. The proportion of lone parents in communities such as Frettercairn and Jobstown in Tallaght, and Bawnogue, Deansrath and Quarryvale in Clondalkin, ranges between 27-29% of households. Unemployment within the target area is considerably higher than the national average. There are levels of over 60% in the areas of Fettercairn and Killinarden.'' - Republican Congress - Politics.ie

The areas identified in this document have unemployment rates of up to 70%.

'Irish Nationalists never seek to amaze me when it comes to *Internationalism.* There is huge scope for the development of Small and Medium Community Enterprise ideas, such as within local museums, local media and local sports.'

Meanwhile, the Socialist Workers Party and the Green Party have launched a new campaign, this time against much needed developments in Local Enterprise, in the most socially disadvantaged areas in Ireland, if not in Europe.

Imagine what they will do to obstruct the plans of the Irish National Socialist Party to bring the World Cup to Cornwall, Ireland, Scotland and Wales?
The growing peril of deer in Ireland

'Some experts called upon to impose some hard facts on the radio debate confirmed that there could now be up to 100,000 deer in the country, maybe even more because there are no official figures. In addition to the native Irish deer there are now three other species, including many Sika, but also a new smaller breed (whose name escapes me now) illegally imported, probably by hunters, inside the last decade and spreading like wildfire through our increasingly extending forestry ranges.' - The growing peril of deer in Ireland | IrishCentral.com

Medium Short-term actions

Sale and supply of venison

To review existing systems and identify areas for improvement to ensure that venison products entering markets are safe, traceable and legally sourced, and that venison is promoted as a sustainable, premium Irish meat product. - Deer Management in Ireland - Department of Agriculture


Sami Deer farmers in Samiland



There's a map of the deer population of Ireland. Some estimates have a population of between 100-150,000. I don't support culling. I support the growth of the wild population to a figure of 500,00+, with different Gaeltachts farming different species, which is a natural protection against the spread of several potential genetic illnesses, and I also support the idea of farming deer through hunting, but not as a sport for tourists. Legislation would need to be enacted to pave the way to make applications for Licenses for small hunting rifles feasible, for all citizens who wish to hunt within specified areas. I also think that wolves should be released into a new National wildlife Park, but not alongside the wild deer.

With such a surplus of deer in Ireland, rather than culling thousands of them, would it not have been practical for Socialist Republicans to advocate for the establishment of Rural Phoenix Deer Farm Cooperatives for Irish Travelers, and as a large sustainable Industry within the Gaeltacht communitys?



I think that Europe would be more favorable to the concept of a National wildlife Park, and that they would be far more open to the idea of releasing wolves into such a National wildlife Park, judging by their success in France and Spain, which I think would be *good for tourism*, but as with the idea of the surplus deer being used to develop native Cooperatives, a combination of Central European Authority and a lack of Local Democracy are obstacles to such developments.

This is what a National wildlife Park should look like:


A ned'es a minurt a gaygin - The problem with deer - An ..



It appears to me that the *Green Party* and the *Socialists* are more concerned about the welfare of the spotted woodpecker and the red squirrel, than they are about the welfare of the people who inhabit the unemployment ghettos below the mountains.

5-10,000 people have died from addiction and suicide in the Clondalkin-Tallaght area over the past two decades. If both are ultimately co-related to economic circumstances, it's stating the obvious that every job is precious, and it's insulting looking at well paid public representatives playing the rebel, and from where I'm standing wrecking an initiative because they have no control over it, input into it, or viable alternative to it.

I would estimate that with investment, there is a potential 10,000 jobs between Glendalough and the Hell-fire Club, for the people of Clondalkin, Fettercairn and Jobstown. FFS - There is surplus of deer, which the powers that be dictate are culled rather than farmed.

Santy Lodges dotted around the foot-steps,with the surplus of deer would put money in the pockets of the locals, and food on their tables not sourced from food-banks, but that might interrupt a few red-squirrels and the odd spotted woodpecker.
 

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The growing peril of deer in Ireland

'Some experts called upon to impose some hard facts on the radio debate confirmed that there could now be up to 100,000 deer in the country, maybe even more because there are no official figures. In addition to the native Irish deer there are now three other species, including many Sika, but also a new smaller breed (whose name escapes me now) illegally imported, probably by hunters, inside the last decade and spreading like wildfire through our increasingly extending forestry ranges.' - The growing peril of deer in Ireland | IrishCentral.com

Medium Short-term actions

Sale and supply of venison

To review existing systems and identify areas for improvement to ensure that venison products entering markets are safe, traceable and legally sourced, and that venison is promoted as a sustainable, premium Irish meat product. - Deer Management in Ireland - Department of Agriculture


Sami Deer farmers in Samiland



There's a map of the deer population of Ireland. Some estimates have a population of between 100-150,000. I don't support culling. I support the growth of the wild population to a figure of 500,00+, with different Gaeltachts farming different species, which is a natural protection against the spread of several potential genetic illnesses, and I also support the idea of farming deer through hunting, but not as a sport for tourists. Legislation would need to be enacted to pave the way to make applications for Licenses for small hunting rifles feasible, for all citizens who wish to hunt within specified areas. I also think that wolves should be released into a new National wildlife Park, but not alongside the wild deer.

With such a surplus of deer in Ireland, rather than culling thousands of them, would it not have been practical for Socialist Republicans to advocate for the establishment of Rural Phoenix Deer Farm Cooperatives for Irish Travelers, and as a large sustainable Industry within the Gaeltacht communitys?



I think that Europe would be more favorable to the concept of a National wildlife Park, and that they would be far more open to the idea of releasing wolves into such a National wildlife Park, judging by their success in France and Spain, which I think would be *good for tourism*, but as with the idea of the surplus deer being used to develop native Cooperatives, a combination of Central European Authority and a lack of Local Democracy are obstacles to such developments.

This is what a National wildlife Park should look like:


A ned'es a minurt a gaygin - The problem with deer - An ..



It appears to me that the *Green Party* and the *Socialists* are more concerned about the welfare of the spotted woodpecker and the red squirrel, than they are about the welfare of the people who inhabit the unemployment ghettos below the mountains.

5-10,000 people have died from addiction and suicide in the Clondalkin-Tallaght area over the past two decades. If both are ultimately co-related to economic circumstances, it's stating the obvious that every job is precious, and it's insulting looking at well paid public representatives playing the rebel, and from where I'm standing wrecking an initiative because they have no control over it, input into it, or viable alternative to it.

I would estimate that with investment, there is a potential 10,000 jobs between Glendalough and the Hell-fire Club, for the people of Clondalkin, Fettercairn and Jobstown. FFS - There is surplus of deer, which the powers that be dictate are culled rather than farmed.

Santy Lodges dotted around the foot-steps,with the surplus of deer would put money in the pockets of the locals, and food on their tables not sourced from food-banks, but that might interrupt a few red-squirrels and the odd spotted woodpecker.

More Wildlife..........fewer 'Fake' Refugees!!:D
 
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