The refugees caught up in the UK’s Rwanda Deportation Plans


The last thing Abu Ali expected when he hid in a lorry on the final stage of a long and frightening journey from jail in Khartoum to the English coast was to find himself back behind bars.

Like other young Sudanese persecuted for their part in the protests that helped end Omar al-Bashir’s 30-year rule in 2019, he believed Britain, the former colonial power, would grant him sanctuary.

Irish Anti-War Movement Condemns Taoiseach Micheál Martin’s Statement on Joining NATO

The IAWM (Irish Anti War Movement) condemns the Taoiseach’s comments in the European Parliament on Wednesday, that Ireland would not need to hold a referendum to join NATO. It is, he tells us, a policy decision of the government.

The IAWM believes such statements from our Taoiseach are both rash and foolish. The Taoiseach may be of the opinion that we need to ‘reflect’ on our military neutrality, but the majority of Irish people do not agree.


26 May 2022, WYNN’S HOTEL, DUBLIN 1.                     

Russia is now waging a horrific war against Ukraine. I don’t think anyone is optimistic about how it will end. But it will end. Ukraine is now awash with weapons and destruction but there is going to have to be a ceasefire and a negotiated settlement.

A Manufactured Crisis in Ukraine is Victimizing the World’s Peoples

With the conflict in Ukraine entering its third month, the likelihood of a successfully negotiated peace — an immediate necessity — is becoming ever more remote. This proxy war by the United States is designed to use the Ukrainian people to mortally disable Russia.