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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: April, 2018
By: Editorial
Title: Some Bizarre Theatre From Britain!
A British spy—who spied on Russia was found out and convicted of treason in Russia, but was repatriated to Britain in an exchange of spies—was poisoned in England at the military town of Salisbury within a few miles of the British military poison centre of Porton Down. The substance was said to be a rare military poison invented in the Soviet Union.

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From: Church & State: Articles
Date: April, 2018
By: Editorial
Title: Quo Vadis?
Europe begins with Rome, and consolidates itself as Roman Christianity. It dabbled with Greek goddesses and priestesses in the Renaissance a thousand years later, but never seriously contemplated reverting to that world.

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: February, 2018
By: Editorial
Title: About A Loaf Of Bread: Barry McElduff's resignation in its context.
Humbug and hypocrisy have a part to playing the smooth running of a functional political system. But they are all that there is in the Northern Ireland system, which is not a functional political system at all.

We have been saying for more than forty years that the nationalist tactic of currying favour with the Unionist community by a rigorously applied hypocrisy of ultra=correct politeness is a waste of effort. The Unionists will not be impressed. Neither will Fianna Fail or Fine Gael as far as Sinn Fein is concerned. Both have been in denial about the realities of Northern Ireland ever since their foundation…

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: January, 2018
By: Editorial
Title: Britain Back To Playing Balance Of Power In Europe!
The central institutions of the European Union are trying to impose themselves as a State on the states that make up the Union, and Britain—while still in the process of exiting the Union—is seeking to take advantage of the problems it is causing for itself.

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From: Irish Foreign Affairs: Editorials
Date: December, 2017
By: Editorial
Title: Democracy
Where democracy is an “experiment”, it must always be in peril. Most of the democracies in the United Nations are externally imposed experiments.

Democracy was an ideal imposed upon the world by the handful of states that dominated the world in 1945 and organised it into the United Nations. There were at the outset two forms of democracy corresponding to the ideals of the two conflicting Powers that divided the world between them. There was Socialist Democracy and there was Capitalist Democracy. Each understood Democracy in terms that were conducive to the development of its own system.

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