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Signs of Hope – A continuing series December 15, 2016

Posted by WorldbyStorm in Uncategorized.

Any contributions this week?


1. GW - December 15, 2016

Erm – nope.

Nothing I can spot from here.

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2. benmadigan - December 15, 2016

DUP and Arlene Foster scandals and financial mis-management in northern ireland? SIF and RHI, anyone? They’re not the first corruption scandals the DUP have been involved in (remember Red Sky?)
Might there be hope they will be the last, as the current set-up looks destined to come a cropper?



3. WorldbyStorm - December 16, 2016
6to5against - December 16, 2016

OK. That’s it! If even Wbs is filling up the ‘sign of hope’ with utterly depressing links, the concept has to be abandoned. There are none. none at all.

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Michael Carley - December 16, 2016

There is hope, but not for us.


6to5against - December 16, 2016

Perhaps we could re-title it as ‘signs-of-hope-for-the-capitalist-overlords’


WorldbyStorm - December 16, 2016

Sorry 6to5against. That wasn’t my intention!


4. sonofstan - December 16, 2016
5. Starkadder - December 16, 2016

UKIP a spent force without Farage? “Tribune” thinks so:



sonofstan - December 16, 2016

From the same place, Andy Burnham another cheerleader for the ‘legitimate concerns’. And he wants to be mayor on manchester, a city that voter remain


sonofstan - December 16, 2016
WorldbyStorm - December 16, 2016

Abysmal stuff from Burnham.


WorldbyStorm - December 16, 2016

And Len McCluskey not exactly covering himself in glory.


6. Starkadder - December 16, 2016

The Standing Rock protests-how they blocked the final stage of the pipeline, and also offer a model for resisting Trump:


Also, to anyone tempted to despair-that’s an understandable feeling,
but that’s also exactly what the forces of reaction want us to do. To give up hope in our agency and retreat into apathy or quietism.


CL - December 17, 2016

‘Donald Trump’s pick for Energy secretary, Rick Perry, sits on the board of directors of Energy Transfer Partners, the company whose Dakota Access Pipeline has been fiercely opposed by Native American tribes and their allies.’


7. roddy - December 16, 2016

The so called “Northern Ireland” labour party initially backed Burnham against Corbyn but now pretend to be Corbynistas ,hoping if they suck up to him ,he will allow them to stand in elections.They will be privately seething at his appointment of Jayne Fisher (formerly SF’s London rep) to his inner circle this week.


8. CL - December 17, 2016

“More than four years ago, thousands of low-wage airport workers began an uphill fight for better pay, safe working conditions, job protections and the right to join a union…
This week, the workers won.”

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9. paulculloty82 - December 17, 2016

Sadly, even Penguin Books must be abandoned by the literary-minded leftist:



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