Ireland's political, bureaucratic and media elites are using adopted persons and academics to substitute for the mothers who witnessed genocidal, state-sanctioned practices in Mother and Baby Homes.First Mothers group has filed a complaint against RTE with the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Here's why.Philomena Lee - Does She Take Sugar?RTE's Claire Byrne Buries the GenocideRTE's Sean O'Rourke Keeps it in The FamilySix One News with Joe Little At LargeExaminer's Conall Ó Fátharta Buries the LeadKatherine Zappone Stacks the Political DeckEpilog Philomena Lee and Kathy McMahon of Irish First Mothers 1) Philomena Lee - Does She Take Sugar?
"U.K.‘s Radio 4 ran a series called “Does He Take Sugar?”, referring to when someone asks the carer about sugar, instead of directly asking the person..." --Yvonne Rogers, Gary Marsden
Ms Philomena Lee, like most women from the Magdalen Laundries is by now in advanced years. On her most recent Late Late Show appearance…
Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Katherine Zappone has lied repeatedly --including to the Oireachtas-- about her intent to invite U.N. Special Raporteur, Pablo de Greiff to Ireland to provide international human rights oversight of the Government's response to issues around the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby homes.
The Big Lie began on 1st June, 2017 when Dr de Greiff's proposed visit to Ireland was first mentioned by Minister Zappone -who cited his "extensive experience and insights which I believe will help me as a Minister".
"Las Vegas mass shooting suspect, Stephen Paddock did not die until noon on the day following the attack."That's a startlingclaim, but it's seemingly founded on actual autopsy documents.
Don't be misled. Here's the cherry-picked part of the full report:
It's obvious that 1200 hours on the 2nd of October could easily mean midnight of the night before. Admittedly, 1200 hours could also indicate noon of the following day.
Which of those two did the report mean to say? Well, the very next page puts paid to any idea that Paddock had only passed away a few hours before his body arrived to be stored for autopsy four days later on the 6th October.
The coroner records that when the autopsy examination commences, Paddock's refrigerated body has rigor mortis which is beginning to fade.
Had Paddock been deceased only since noon, the speedy refrigeration of hisbody would have significantly slowed the rigor mortis cycle, and it's unlikely rigor would be already fadin…