I doubt it tbh
I nominate you for the viral charity gimmicks are not a substitute for sustainable public services challenge.
Prochoice meetings tomorrow - Wednesday 20/8/2014
Dublin - The Spire at 6pm
Belfast - City Hall at 6pm
Galway - Eyre Square at 6pm
Cork - Courthouse at 6pm
Limerick - Cellar Door at 8pm
Derry - Guildhall at 6pm
Auckland - Irish Consulate at 8am
London - Irish Embassy at 6pm
Berlin - Irish Embassy at 6.30pm
Over 50 foreign oil companies operating in the area of Iraqi Kurdistan where Obama has launched humanitarian efforts. Fancy that!
Hawrami said in a press conference held in the ministry building in Erbil after meeting the General British Consul in Kurdistan Region, Leofans and the representative of Eic British company that “50 foreign companies are currently operating in the region and invested between 15 to 20 billion dollars and are searching for oil and gas
Irish authorities can surely only look on with approval. Worth reading -
Arguably, the primary reason for Erbil’s success is the 2006 Investment Law. This law provides for: equal treatment of foreign and local investors, the ability for investors to own all the capital of their projects and to repatriate profits in full. Furthermore, projects that meet certain criteria will receive the benefit of free or cheap land.
Half way through 2011, Ernst and Young, Rotana and Standard Chartered had already established themselves in Erbil.
The most enticing stipulations are likely those that give investors a 10-year tax break and the freedom for foreign companies to not have to partner with local firms or have local shareholders operating in the region
And from yesterday, it says here that ISIS were just 25 miles away from Ebril –
Which if you see this map, is a bit of sensitive area for imperial looters.
So Christians, if you want to say alive, stay close to the oil.
But not too close.
Post-earthquake in Yunnan province, China.
The expression on the cat’s face, the eyes.
I didn’t see details with but really hope the kid isn’t alone. There was a similar photo of a boy sleeping on the floor of Shifa hospital in Gaza. Just him and his cat, lone survivors without even an empty home left to return to. Reminds me about another clip of a woman being interviewed after a tornado in Oklahoma. The house is gone along with most of the neighbourhood but first moment she shows any bit of shock is when her world dog emerges from under what’s left of it.
It’s obviously so much more complicated than being sentimental about pets and the losses are incomprehensible to us but that companionship is important, I think. Even if it only getting you through a night’s sleep in the very worst of times.