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This video is from the youtube channel Granville Thorndyke which was deleted for unknown reasons.
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This video is from the youtube channel Granville Thorndyke which was deleted for unknown reasons.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCje9sy3kHqbevkRoeVd6LtA
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This video is from the youtube channel Granville Thorndyke which was deleted for unknown reasons.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCje9sy3kHqbevkRoeVd6LtA
Playlist 1: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/A5cAbGqF7NbY
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Simon Harris was asked on the Pat Kenny Show why Ireland was still welcoming flights from abroad when we are hearing about people who were infected after flying home from Cheltenham and presumably picked it up there.

Harris explained that he understood why we might want to focus on people coming into Ireland but he wanted to make people aware that there was "awful lot of the virus in our own country" and you're most likely to pick up the virus in your own home from your own family".

On March 10th of this year, 100% of the 34 known cases of covid-19 in Ireland were travel related.

Eight days later, on the 18th of March, 50% of the 438 known cases of covid-19 in Ireland were travel related.

Nine days later on the 27th of March, 27% of the 2,121 known cases of covid-19 in Ireland were travel related.

Harris went on to say that "we're actually at the stage of the virus where it's down to us."

Broadcast: The Pat Kenny Show | Newstalk | 27 Mar 2020

Simon Harris was asked on the Pat Kenny Show why Ireland was still welcoming flights from abroad when we are hearing about people who were infected after flying home from Cheltenham and presumably picked it up there.

Harris explained that he understood why we might want to focus on people coming into Ireland but he wanted to make people aware that there was "awful lot of the virus in our own country" and you're most likely to pick up the virus in your own home from your own family".

On March 10th of this year, 100% of the 34 known cases of covid-19 in Ireland were travel related.

Eight days later, on the 18th of March, 50% of the 438 known cases of covid-19 in Ireland were travel related.

Nine days later on the 27th of March, 27% of the 2,121 known cases of covid-19 in Ireland were travel related.

Harris went on to say that "we're actually at the stage of the virus where it's down to us."

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https://www.bitchute.com/video/xGBR1IOAR0K9/
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https://www.bitchute.com/video/Mbx95bFiFcw7/
clip 3
Broadcast: The Pat Kenny Show | Newstalk | 27 Mar 2020

govt updates on covid-19
https://www.gov.ie/en/news/7e0924-latest-updates-on-covid-19-coronavirus/

Gardaí searching for two Roma gypsy women after obvious inside-job burglary in Midleton, Cork in broad daylight during opening hours.
They knew exactly where they keys and safe were, but not about the camera...
Broadcast: Crimecall | RTÉ One | 23 Mar 2020

Dr Kingston Mills spoke to Today with Seán O'Rourke on RTÉ this morning and blasted the Irish government over their handling of the novel Coronavirus Covid-19.

"Why have we not stopped all flights that are non-essential?" he demanded.

"It seems ridiculous that we're still importing the virus."

Dr Mills said that up until two days ago, 50% of all Coronavirus cases in Ireland had come from imported cases or contacts of imported cases. Most cases are now community spread.

"There is no doubt that international travel is the most common route of bringing this infection into the country and it continues to bring it in."

https://www.bitchute.com/video/Mbx95bFiFcw7/

Broadcast: Today with Seán O'Rourke | RTÉ Radio One | 20 Mar 2020

This video is from the youtube channel Granville Thorndyke which was deleted for unknown reasons.
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This video is from the youtube channel Granville Thorndyke which was deleted for unknown reasons.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCje9sy3kHqbevkRoeVd6LtA
Playlist 1: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/A5cAbGqF7NbY
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The video's original ID was WuXivGM7Duk

This video is from the youtube channel Granville Thorndyke which was deleted for unknown reasons.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCje9sy3kHqbevkRoeVd6LtA
Playlist 1: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/A5cAbGqF7NbY
Playlist 2: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/B7uebae6f6wK
The video's original ID was ihGK58DBSWc

This video is from the youtube channel Granville Thorndyke which was deleted for unknown reasons.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCje9sy3kHqbevkRoeVd6LtA
Playlist 1: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/A5cAbGqF7NbY
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"All this coy stuff, it's obviously been written by some speech writer who decided this was a good opportunity for Leo to look prime ministerial — wasting everyone's time for ten minutes of sound-biting. I have to say I was enraged watching this on the television. Leo is a guy whose instinct is do nothing and this isn't the time for politicking."

18 March 2020
https://twitter.com/offtheball/status/1240225612733833216

Broadcast: RTÉ Six One News | 16 March 2020

This video is from the youtube channel Granville Thorndyke which was deleted for unknown reasons.
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The video's original ID was AuBJDSfIdj4

This video is from the youtube channel Granville Thorndyke which was deleted for unknown reasons.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCje9sy3kHqbevkRoeVd6LtA
Playlist 1: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/A5cAbGqF7NbY
Playlist 2: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/B7uebae6f6wK/
The video's original ID was ecPBCWS2Z1g

This video is from the youtube channel Granville Thorndyke which was deleted for unknown reasons.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCje9sy3kHqbevkRoeVd6LtA
Playlist 1: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/A5cAbGqF7NbY
Playlist 2: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/B7uebae6f6wK/
The video's original ID was H_YkvSl1v2k

This video is from the youtube channel Granville Thorndyke which was deleted for unknown reasons.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCje9sy3kHqbevkRoeVd6LtA
Playlist 1: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/A5cAbGqF7NbY
Playlist 2: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/B7uebae6f6wK/
The video's original ID was oznrXzU3eos

This video is from the youtube channel Granville Thorndyke which was deleted for unknown reasons.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCje9sy3kHqbevkRoeVd6LtA
Playlist 1: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/A5cAbGqF7NbY
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The video's original ID was nynkUYgG9BY

This video is from the youtube channel Granville Thorndyke which was deleted for unknown reasons.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCje9sy3kHqbevkRoeVd6LtA
Playlist 1: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/A5cAbGqF7NbY
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The video's original ID was qKcPzgsj9g

Tánaiste Simon Coveney told Morning Ireland on RTÉ there are no plans to close our airports or restrict flights between Ireland and the UK and that the risk of contracting Covid-19 is no higher in the UK than it is here.

But Dr Gabriel Scally later on Today with Sean O'Rourke disagreed.
Dr. Scally is an honorary professor of public health at the University of Bristol.

He said the current UK government policy is way out of line with all the rest of the countries of Europe and with the WHO advice.

"It's wrong, completely inadequate and very dangerous."

"Their policy is let this fire burn and they will try to damp it down where they can and spread it around."

"If the UK has got it right, the rest of the world has got it wrong and I don't think that's likely. I think it's displayed by some of the appalling science they're talking about with herd immunity."

Anthony Costello, a former director of the WHO said the thinks UK policy is going to accelerate the epidemic in Britain and Dr Scally agreed.

"If there's one threat to how things are being handled in Ireland, it is the UK position."

"It is clearly a problem"

Broadcast Morning Ireland and The Seán O'Rourke Show | RTÉ One | 16 Mar 2020

This is the full 2011 documentary on Roma Gypsies which aired on TV3 called Ireland's Bogus Beggars.
I doubt it would even be allowed to be made today.
The documentary started out well interviewing numerous high-profile people who all agreed the Roma are a problem and that they engage in organised begging as a racket.
It then interviewed some people who wanted to solve the problem through deportation.
They cast them as "far-right extremists" but at least they let them speak.
In 2020, they wouldn't get air time.
The documentary even set up CCTV cameras and captured footage of ring leaders collecting the day's take.
Towards the end, however, the documentary switched gears.
Paul Connolly along with someone from a Roma Integration NGO door-stopped some apartments where Roma live.
This NGO worker had earlier denied Roma beg at all and only did so historically as they didn't have access to education.
They asked the Roma who answered their door whether Roma engaged in organised begging.
They all denied it did and said they were just begging as individuals because they were poor.
Case closed.
Nobody suggested that perhaps the NGO guy whose job is to play down the problems Roma cause might have tipped them off.
Connolly finished off his "exposé" by bemoaning the discrimination he said have Roma have to suffer.

These are clips from a 2011 documentary on Roma Gypsies which aired on TV3 called Ireland's Bogus Beggars.
I doubt it would even be allowed to be made today.
The documentary started out well interviewing numerous high-profile people who all agreed the Roma are a problem and that they engage in organised begging as a racket.
It then interviewed some people who wanted to solve the problem through deportation.
They cast them as "far-right extremists" but at least they let them speak.
In 2020, they wouldn't get air time.
The documentary even set up CCTV cameras and captured footage of ring leaders collecting the day's take.
Towards the end, however, the documentary switched gears.
Paul Connolly along with someone from a Roma Integration NGO door-stopped some apartments where Roma live.
This NGO worker had earlier denied Roma beg at all and only did so historically as they didn't have access to education.
They asked the Roma who answered their door whether Roma engaged in organised begging.
They all denied it did and said they were just begging as individuals because they were poor.
Case closed.
Nobody suggested that perhaps the NGO guy whose job is to play down the problems Roma cause might have tipped them off.
Connolly finished off his "exposé" by bemoaning the discrimination he said have Roma have to suffer.
I'll upload the full documentary later.

This month, a Roma couple in their sixties who are illiterate, do not speak English and have not worked here since they came in 2006 won their case over the council's failure to decide their housing application.
https://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/ireland/homeless-couple-win-case-over-councils-failure-to-decide-their-housing-application-987565.html

Jillian McNulty, a Cystic fibrosis patient told the Tonight Show that she wants the Irish government to copy the actions Italy have taken to stimy the spread of Coronvirus before we reach the level they are at with the pandemic but Fine Gael TD Jennifer Carroll MacNeill said the there was a question of the proportionality and the timing of the nature of the intervention the government needed to take which she said was highly nuanced. She said some of the decisions that are going to be made are a little over-reactive and some are under-reactive and the government was following the advice of the World Health Organisation. She said while Italy was an extremely difficult situation, she believed Ireland had a more similar to France and Germany.

Jennifer Carroll MacNeill is married to the former managing director of Goldman Sachs Investment Banking in Ireland who retired from Goldman Sachs in February, 2020, to stand for Seanad Éireann in the Dublin University (Trinity College Dublin) constituency.

Broadcast: March 10 2020

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