Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste
The old saying "never let a good crisis go to waste" is alive and well, found now in the actions of far left activists hoping to use an emergency to curry favour with the native population.
All achieved, of course, with the help of the biased main stream media. While the charitiable actions of genuine patriots are ignored, the far left and the shills in the media ensure that the propaganda machine is kept in overdrive amidst a climate of fear and panic.
People across the country are volunteering their time and expertise to make protective masks to combat the spread of Covid-19.
The WHO has been considering an update on advice on wearing face masks to fight the virus after a US study suggested that a sneeze or cough could travel much further than previously thought - up to 8m - and masks, worn properly, may contain that spread.
Sanctuary Masks Initiative (SMI) was dreamed up by Vera Stojanovic, co-ordinator with charity Better Together.
Helped by Cork Migrant Centre, UCC University of Sanctuary, UCC Feminist, Fáilte Refugees Societies, and designer Charlotte Cargin, SMI collected and distributed sewing machines, fabric, elastic and thread to 10 women with sewing skills living in all five direct provision centres in Cork.
Women at the Kinsale Road Accommodation Centre have already produced hundreds of masks this week, and all five centres will be producing thousands for some of Ireland’s most vulnerable from Monday.
Source : The Irish Examiner