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posted Jun 29, 2013 14:07:34 by Consfearacynewz
Protesters confront tight security in Belfast G8 rally

BELFAST | Sat Jun 15, 2013 3:46pm BST

BELFAST (Reuters) - More than 1,000 trade unionists, environmentalists and anti-poverty campaigners confronted heavy security in Belfast on Saturday to voice their anger at G8 leaders who meet in Northern Ireland next week.

Stilt-walkers, drummers and protesters in Halloween masks chanted slogans against everything from U.S. foreign policy to local government cutbacks as they snaked their way through the city, flanked by hundreds of armed police.

The rally in Belfast was small and peaceful but revealed the concern of British authorities to protect the world's most powerful leaders.

"Corporations are running the world, not the people," said Tom Wright, 55, a Belfast protester carrying a metre-tall model of an oil derrick painted with the slogan "No Fracking Way!" The G8, he said, represented "pure and total evil".

The 39th G8 summit will take place in Northern Ireland on 17th and 18th June 2013. The meeting will be at the Lough Erne Golf Resort in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland

In the Queen's speech at the state opening of Parliament in 2012, Elizabeth II said that "my government will use this opportunity to promote international security and prosperity."[1]

G8 2013: Anti-G8 march takes place in Northern Ireland

Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Belfast on Saturday to protest against the G8 summit - but police had to move in to prevent disorder after pro-British loyalists tried to stage a protest in the same area

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Live Coverage of Bilderberg 2013 - The Grove - Watford UK - June 6-8

Now that the Bilderberg agenda has been set for the year, the elites proceed with the execution starting with the G8 meeting...
Hidden Gem Irish Golf Resort Chosen For World Leaders, G8 Summit

On Monday the world’s most powerful people will convene at a golf resort few travelers have ever heard of – but it’s a fantastic place, one of the finest golf resorts in all of Europe, and hopefully the G8 Summit, held next week, will put Lough Erne on the map.

“Hosting such a significant event here at Lough Erne Resort is great for the people of Enniskillen, for the region, for Northern Ireland and the island as a whole,” said British Prime Minster David Cameron in a press release issued announcing the resort’s selection. “The eyes of the world will be on us, and we are more than proud to have our beautiful resort selected as the venue and the backdrop for this prestigious meeting. We look forward to giving the delegates, the guests and the world’s media a true Northern Ireland welcome.” He added, “I think this will be a brilliant advertisement for Northern Ireland. I want the world to see just what a fantastic place Northern Ireland is – a great place for business, a great place for investment, a place with an incredibly educated and trained workforce ready to work for international business.”
Obama will discuss US-Syria relations during G8 summit next week
Published June 14, 2013

President Obama will discuss how to help Syria find ways to end its civil war during the G8 conference in Northern Ireland next week, the White House said on Friday.

A day earlier, the White House announced it would provide more military support to Syrian opposition forces fighting President Bashar al-Assad after it said it had clearly established evidence of the Syrian government's use of chemical weapons, Ben Rhodes, Obama's deputy national security advisor, said.

“The decisions that we've made are already finalized,” he said. “So the President's decision to increase support for the Syrian opposition including the Supreme Military Council, the SMC, which is again the principle fighting force on the ground that we've been working with - those are decisions that he's made over the course of the last several weeks particularly as our assessment of chemical weapons use firmed up and as we saw deteriorating situation in general.”

CFR issue guide - how convenient
Issue Guide: G8 Summit 2013Author: Zachary Laub
June 14, 2013

US President Barack Obama will laud the US role in backing Northern Ireland's peace process in a speech in Belfast on Monday, and his wife and daughters will then head to Dublin.

Obama will be in Northern Ireland for the G8 summit, but his wife Michelle and daughters Sasha and Malia will skip the dry diplomacy to take up an invitation to head south of the border, the White House said.

Lough Erne (Loch Éirne) appears to be named after an ancient population group called the Érainn, or after a goddess from which the Érainn took their name. The Érainn were widespread in early Ireland, from northern Ulster to southern Munster.[4] Since tribes were often named after a divine ancestor, T. F. O'Rahilly suggested that the Érainn took their name from a goddess named Érann and that Loch Éirne probably means "lake of (the goddess) Érann".[

In November 2012, it was announced that the Lough Erne Resort, a hotel on the southern shore of the Lower Lough, would host the 39th G8 summit

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G8 summit security exclusion zone extended in Northern Ireland

Boats prohibited from entering six-mile stretch of Lough Erne in County Fermanagh, where world leaders are due to meet

An exclusion security zone around the picturesque lough where the G8 leaders are staying in County Fermanagh has been extended to a six-mile no-sail area.

With Black Hawk attack helicopters already deployed in the lakeland area to protect Barack Obama and the other G8 leaders, and a ring of steel erected to prevent demonstrators getting anywhere near the summit, the security forces in Northern Ireland are also intensifying pressure on dissident republicans.

A 26-year-old man has become the latest to be arrested after a series of detentions of suspected dissidents, including an American woman in Derry over the weekend.

In less than a week, up to seven people have been detained by the Police Service of Northern Ireland over dissident republican activities.
Amnesty International has denounced Northern Ireland's chief constable and its justice minister for failing to respond to concerns about security overkill surrounding the G8 summit, which begins on Monday afternoon

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Consfearacynewz said Jun 29, 2013 14:08:13
Yes, there was a blight and a famine due to the fact the Brits continued to export all the food from Ireland and let the Irish starve to death.
Proving the Irish Famine was genocide by the British -- Tim Pat Coogan moves Famine history on to a new plane

The Famine Plot”, published by Palgrave MacMillan, was released in America last week and Coogan should have been here to launch it but in a separate but equally confounding plot he was denied a visa to come here by the American Embassy in Dublin.

The conclusion from his book is unmistakable. Ireland’s most prominent historian, who has previously created definitive portraits of both Michael Collins and Eamon De Valera, has now pointed the finger squarely at the British during the Famine and stated it was genocide.

Back in Famine time, the same potato crop disease occurred most heavily in Scotland, outside Ireland, yet there were relatively few casualties as the landowners and government ensured, for their own sakes as much as anything, that there was no mass death.

That was not the case in Ireland, where a very different mentality prevailed. The damned Irish were going to get what they deserved because of their attachment to Catholicism and Irish ways when they were refusing to toe the British line.

Coogan painstakingly recounts, every possible effort by local organizations to feed the starving were thwarted and frustrated by a British government intent on teaching the Irish a lesson and forcing market forces on them.

Charles Trevelyan, the key figure in the British government, had foreshadowed the deadly policy in a letter to the “Morning Post”, after a trip to Ireland, where he heartily agreed with the sentiment that there were at least a million or two people too many in the benighted land and that the eight million could not possibly survive there.

“Protestant and Catholic will freely fall and the land will be for the survivors.”

Shortly after, he was in charge of a policy that brought that situation about.
The Kilkenny Workhouse mass burials: an archaeology of the Irish Potato Famine
April 4, 2013 By Carly Hilts

The horrifying human cost of the Great Irish Famine is well known, but what archaeological traces has it left? Recent research at Queen’s University Belfast by Jonny Geber has revealed the realities of life for a community struck down during the crisis, and how a misdiagnosis may have added to the suffering.

The Kilkenny Union Workhouse symbolised the dawn of a new era of poor relief in Ireland. Founded in the wake of the 1832 Poor Law Act, which introduced workhouses to the country, the custom-built facility was one of the largest in Ireland and designed to house some 1,300 inmates. Within its walls the destitute poor received sustenance and shelter in return for strenuous physical labour and unquestioning obedience to a strict regime. More stick than carrot, the workhouse system was a shining beacon for the Victorian belief in inspiring the poor to better themselves by making the alternative a brutal and degrading existence.

“Whodunnit” of Irish potato famine solved

An international team of scientists reveals that a unique strain of potato blight they call HERB-1 triggered the Irish potato famine of the mid-nineteenth century

It is the first time scientists have decoded the genome of a plant pathogen and its plant host from dried herbarium samples. This opens up a new area of research to understand how pathogens evolve and how human activity impacts the spread of plant disease.

Phytophthora infestans changed the course of history. Even today, the Irish population has still not recovered to pre-famine levels. "We have finally discovered the identity of the exact strain that caused all this havoc," says Hernán Burbano from the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology.

The international team came to these conclusions after deciphering the entire genomes of 11 historical samples of Phytophthora infestans from potato leaves collected over more than 50 years. These came from Ireland, the UK, Europe and North America and had been preserved in the herbaria of the Botanical State Collection Munich and the Kew Gardens in London.
Modern DNA Techniques Applied to Nineteenth-Century Potatoes

Sep. 19, 2012 — Researchers led by Professor Bruce Fitt, now at the University of Hertfordshire, have used modern DNA techniques on late nineteenth-century potatoes to show how the potato blight may have survived between cropping seasons after the Irish potato famine of the 1840s.
In the research paper published in Plant Pathology, DNA was extracted from the Rothamsted potato samples that had been dried, ground and stored in glass bottles in the nineteenth century. The DNA was then analysed for the presence of the potato blight pathogen.

Many of us are familiar with the lore of the Irish Potato Famine but not with its grizzly details. "The Famine Plot" will fill in that gap in our historical knowledge. The theme of this book is that the English government managed the tragedy in a way to convict it of genocide.
Consfearacynewz said Jun 29, 2013 14:08:28
Britain takes security gamble with Northern Ireland G8 June 10, 2013 08:08 PM By Conor Humphries

ENNISKILLEN, Northern Ireland: British Prime Minister David Cameron is gambling that the remmants of the Irish Republican Army are too weak to trouble the world's most powerful leaders when they meet five miles (8 KM) from the scene of one of the worst killings in Northern Ireland's recent history.

Cameron's government has chosen a secluded lakeside hotel near Enniskillen to host U.S. President Barack Obama and his Group of Eight colleagues at a summit next week, banking on its remote location to deter anti-globalists, Islamists and any other potential trouble-makers.

In doing so, he is running a calculated risk that Irish militants, who do not accept the IRA's 1998 peace agreement with Britain, will be unable to trouble Northern Ireland's experienced security forces.

"In some ways it's more manageable. In some ways it's more of a gamble," said John Bew, a security expert at King's College London. "It's a golden opportunity (for the dissidents) in terrain they know very well."
A new breed of terror in Northern Ireland
By John Horgan and John F. Morrison, Special to CNN
updated 12:56 PM EDT, Fri June 14, 2013

CNN) -- On June 17 and 18, the political world's focus will be on Northern Ireland, where the Group of Eight summit will take place.

Although this is a region defined by its violent history, the summit is already proving to be one of the most complex and wide-ranging security operations Northern Ireland has ever seen. Thousands of additional police officers are being brought in from England, Wales and the Republic of Ireland to assist.

During the 2005 event, which took place in Scotland and was the last G8 summit in the UK, four al Qaeda-inspired men detonated bombs on the London transport network, killing 52 people and themselves.
We have monitored the dissidents' steady rise, logging thousands of events and documents in the process.

What does it all add up to?

In short, the threat posed by dissident Republican groups is evolving, and probably for the worse. Their activity has increased. Their recruitment efforts continue to expand. Many of these new recruits belong to a different generation from their forerunners. They weren't even born at the time of the 1994 Provisional IRA cease-fire, and some of the older members are senior ex-IRA members who bring much needed political acumen, as well as expertise in bomb-making, recruitment, training and targeting.

Their activities span the country, north and south, with mostly urban concentrations in Belfast, Derry, Dublin and Limerick. There is increasing evidence of training and recruitment in the Irish Republic, with evidence for some logistical support appearing in England.

True, they don't have the kind of support once enjoyed by the Provisional IRA. But the dissidents don't just acknowledge their lack of popular support. They embrace it. They revel in their "noble isolation."
Consfearacynewz said Jun 29, 2013 14:09:59
G8 Summit: World Leaders Speak To Media
Protesters wearing masks of the G8 leaders sail close to the venue

At a news conference in Northern Ireland, world leaders speak of their hopes ahead of the official start of the summit.
Monday 17 June 2013
By David Blevins, Ireland Correspondent

The EU and the United States are set to launch talks to create the world's largest free-trade pact. While the conflict in Syria is likely to dominate G8 proceedings in Northern Ireland, a joint news conference between the UK, US and EU focused on a potentially major trade agreement and the economic recovery.

David Cameron described the prospect of a deal as a "once in a generation" prize.

Jose Manuel Barroso, president of the European commission, said "everyone" could benefit from the integration of the world's two largest economies.
The ongoing conflict in Syria threatens to overshadow the summit's scheduled discussions on trade, tax and transparency, after Mr Obama announced he was ready to start supplying weapons to the rebels seeking to overthrow Mr Assad.

Speaking at Lough Erne, Mr Cameron said: "Let's be clear - I am as worried as anybody else about elements of the Syrian opposition, who are extremists, who support terrorism and who are a great danger to our world.

The question is what do we do about it? My argument is that we shouldn't accept that the only alternative to Assad is terrorism and violence.

"We should be on the side of Syrians who want a democratic and peaceful future for their country and one without the man who is currently using chemical weapons against them.

On Monday London mayor Boris Johnson publicly warned against arming the rebels, suggesting the weapons could end up in the hands of "al Qaeda-affiliated thugs".

The summit is taking place amid a security operation of unprecedented scale, with some 8,000 police officers - 3,600 of them borrowed from forces in England, Scotland and Wales - on patrol.

Vehicle checkpoints are back on the streets, there is a no-fly-zone over the venue and an "armada" of security vessels is patrolling a secure stretch of Lough Erne.
G8 leaders have waning powers to fix the world
Omar Karmi
Jun 17, 2013 .

Oxfam members wear masks depicting G8 leaders outside Belfast City Hall yesterday, a day ahead of the start of the G8 summit. Peter Morrison / AP
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The protesters carried signs and shouted slogans calling for an end to world poverty and deploring first-world greed.

But something is different this year - neither demonstrators nor summit participants seem to know anymore what the G8 is for.

What was once a forum for the world's economic powerhouses to discuss lofty global intentions seems likely this year to be dominated by machinations over Syria.


Yet even previous G8 summits had a decidedly mixed track record in achieving their many promises.

A 2009 commitment to contribute US$20 billion (Dh73.5bn) to tackle world hunger, for instance, was widely welcomed. To date, however, only 22 per cent of that money has been delivered, according to Action Aid, a non-governmental organisation.

Meanwhile, the summit's achievements, such as the creation of an international database on paedophiles and information-sharing on terrorism, Cheesy, argued Tom Papworth, the associate director of economic policy at Centre Forum, a liberal think tank based in London.

On the streets of Belfast, activists seem to also have lower expectations. On Saturday, a little more than 1,000 protesters showed up, far fewer than in past years.

In 2001, for instance, about 200,000 antiglobalisation protesters gathered at the G8 summit in Genoa, Italy, with riots, mass arrests, hundreds of wounded and one death, a young Italian anarchist. In Edinburgh, Scotland, in 2005, 250,000 people turned out to protest the gathering.
Consfearacynewz said Jun 29, 2013 14:11:46

G8 protesters cross outer perimeter of Enniskillen summit

As the event started, allegations were made in the Guardian newspaper on Monday that Britain had spied on delegates who attended two G20 meetings in London in 2009

A small number of protesters briefly crossed the outer wire perimeter at the G8 summit at Lough Erne.

Riot police assembled in the field and warned the protesters not to pass the next barrier and they dispersed.

Hundreds of protesters marched to the fence from Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, on Monday evening.

Groups protesting against fracking, tax evasion and world hunger took part in a good-natured, six-mile G8 Not Welcome march.

Caoimhin Ó Machail, 66, from Dungannon, County Tyrone, said the decision to hold the summit in Northern Ireland was unforgivable.

"It is capitalism gone crazy," he said. "The money they are spending on it is obscene - why don't they throw them into the desert and let them get on with it?"
G8 summit: Bringing down the fences and returning to normality
19 June 2013 Last updated at 13:34 ET

The razor wire line of defence for the world's most powerful leaders is expected to take over a week to dismantle and then it will be sent back to Britain.

Packed off, just like the extra 3,600 police officers that were flown in to help with the summit.
It's widely accepted that the Lough Erne summit will be remembered as one of the most relaxed policing operations in G8 history.

Over the weekend and the two days of the gathering there were only two G8 related arrests.

Around the hotel security is still in place, but this additional measure will be gone as soon as the fence is down.

Lough Erne hotel is still in lockdown as they undertake the physical removal of the security apparatus. There are still government officials staying there but the hotel is already preparing to reopen for their next event, a corporate golf tournament.

In the build-up and duration of the summit there has been a recurring theme of dismantling of walls.
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Rounding Up The Rebels 1922

Dublin, Ireland.

Full titles read: "Rounding up the Rebels - Scenes during the successful attack by free State Troops on rebels last strongholds in Sackville Street."

L/S of Free State Soldiers searching passes by in street. L/S of two soldiers walking man down street at gunpoint. Intertitle reads: "Three 18pdr shells were sufficient to make rebels in Moran's Hotel hang out white flag." L/S of damaged Moran's Hotel. Crowds of people mill around on the street. L/S's of the members of the Red Cross standing on street corner. M/S of Father Albert with Red Cross Officer sitting in carriage.
U.S. Begins Shipping Arms for Syrian Rebels

CIA Aims to Vet and Train Fighters With New Weapons for Deployment by August; Saudi Antiaircraft Missiles Expected
Updated June 26, 2013

WASHINGTON—The Central Intelligence Agency has begun moving weapons to Jordan from a network of secret warehouses and plans to start arming small groups of vetted Syrian rebels within a month, expanding U.S. support of moderate forces battling President Bashar al-Assad, according to diplomats and U.S. officials briefed on the plans.

The shipments, related training and a parallel push to mobilize arms deliveries from European and Arab allies are being timed to allow a concerted push by the rebels starting by early August, the diplomats and officials said, revealing details of a new covert plan authorized by President Barack Obama and disclosed earlier this month.

The CIA is expected to spend up to three weeks bringing light arms and possibly antitank missiles to Jordan. The agency plans to spend roughly two weeks more vetting an initial group of fighters and making sure they know how to use the weapons that they are given, clearing the way for the first U.S.-armed rebels to enter the fight, diplomats briefed on the CIA's plans
To accelerate the effort, the CIA is considering putting U.S. military special-operations force units under agency authority to conduct some of the training. The U.S. is also considering using special-operations teams from Jordan and the United Arab Emirates to ramp up the training effort, officials said.

Saudi officials have told their American counterparts that they believe Riyadh can identify a small group of trusted rebel fighters and provide them with as few as 20 Manpads initially, reducing the risk that the weapons will fall into the hands of radical Islamists, a major U.S. and Israeli concern.
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