Former Olympic weightlifter Tracey Lambrechs says females are being told to “be quiet” when they complain about the fairness of transgender New Zealand athlete Laurel Hubbard competing in women’s competitions.
Former Old Bailey judge Charles Wide has said freedom of speech could “suffer” if transgender groups continue to be given an “unbalanced” influence on the expansion of hate crime laws.
A Houston-area nurse is the latest healthcare worker to claim she lost her job over refusing to get a Covid vaccine—an issue that could grow more common across industries as offices reopen and employers start mandating vaccinations.
The foreign plantation of Ireland continues! 1700 foreign planters have been handed Irish passports illustrating another example of the complete subversion of the Irish Nation.
Two businessmen and an art teacher have been charged over a €6m “ghost broker” motor insurance policy fraud.
In the months before lockdown there was a small flurry of protests in West Dublin motivated by what was perceived to be the privileging of non-nationals on the public housing list. In the working class community of Mulhuddart, residents put a brief kibosh on the construction of public housing, citing the preponderance of foreigners on the housing list, locals being leapfrogged, and a resulting logjam of applicants.