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ANTI-VIRUS BOOKS REDUCE RISK OF INFECTION TO ZERO

The peoples of Western nations are advised or enforced to avoid crowds where people may be carrying the killer virus without their being aware of it. Avoid people who mix with others; policemen, journalists, politicians, leftists and migrants are toxic carriers of this dreadful bacillus.

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THE IRISH HOLOCAUST NO ONE MENTIONS

It is estimated that deliberate starvation, slavery and the expulsion of the Irish (and Scottish and in fairness ordinary English folk too) peoples in fairly recent history led to a 50 percent loss of population. If this is so, these two nations suffered a population loss far worse than did the Slavs under alien Anti-Christ Bolshevism or by Germany that suffered a 13 million loss of population following World War II on account of Allied policy.

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A NEW WAY TO TRAVEL IS WELCOMED

In my lifetime there has been more radical change than during the previous two or three hundred years. For me, the most poignant is the loss of Britain’s Merchant Navy fleets. There must be few still alive who sailed under the colours of Liverpool’s White Star Line, which was founded 1845. Perhaps the ill-fated RMS Titanic is the shipping company’s best-remembered ocean liner.

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IRELAND’S ENIGMATIC TOMB OLDER THAN THE GREAT PYRAMIDS

Older than Stonehenge and more enigmatic and ancient than the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Newgrange tomb in Ireland holds as many mysteries as each of those mysterious structures. The massive complex of Newgrange was built about 3200 BC, yet its existence was not discovered until 1699, when a local landowner wanted the mound dug up for its stones. In fact, throughout Ireland have been so far discovered over 200 such tombs. 

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THE WORLD’S GREATEST LIVING POET LIVES AMONG YOU

MICHAEL WALSH is considered by many to be the world’s foremost living poet. Shunned by both publishers and corporate media for his politically incorrect writing, the Irish but Liverpool born dissident poet has received tributes from artistes of theatre and opera, Church and political figures, playrights and the literati.

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