THE PEOPLE'S PAPER

Ending the Lockdown?

This is the lead article from the October 2021 issue of THE PEOPLE’S PAPER, the .PDF is available here. The anti-lockdown campaign needs to change, consolidate and grow. In order to do this it must clarify what it stands for; and it needs to uphold the highest democratic principles. We welcome the fact that a […]

Why the Fear & Scare Mongering?

LESS people are dying in Ireland this winter than for many years. In fact, since the peek of the Covid19 crisis last March/April 450 less people died than over the same period in 2019, this is a fact. This month THE PEOPLE’S PAPER have an exclusive report on claimed Covid19 deaths versus actual excess deaths […]

End the Lockdown!

Last month Dr David Nabarro, the WHO’s special envoy on Covid19, urged world leaders to stop using lockdowns as the primary control method of the health crisis. (article from THE PEOPLE’S PAPER, download it here.) He warned that the only thing lockdowns achieve is poverty: ” Lockdowns just have one consequence that you must never […]

Cork Celebrates an Important Centenary Year

Lives Taken in the Struggle for Freedom This is the lead article from issue 14 of THE PEOPLE’S PAPER, a .PDF copy the A3 paper can be download here. “ The men who have led Ireland for twenty-five years have done evil, and they are bankrupt. They are bankrupt in policy, bankrupt in credit, bankrupt now […]

Meeting to form National Campaign on #Irexit – Oct 22nd, Dublin

We need to Leave the EU With BREXIT, we have been handed an historic opportunity to take control of our own economy; we have an opportunity to renew domestic industry and to end restrictions placed on us by the EU. (here is a .PDF of THE PEOPLE’S PAPER) To take this opportunity we must leave […]

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