The advent of the World Wide Web has completely transformed the way we communicate and consume information. Before its conception, people relied heavily on reputable mass media sources—such as newspapers, radio, and television programs—to stay updated with current events, both domestic and international.
During this current election cycle, much focus has been on the domestic issues gripping America. Presidential leadership, racial injustice, ending gun violence, along with effectively combatting the Coronavirus pandemic and others, have been at the centre-point of Democratic party policy over the past four years of president Donald Trump’s term in office.
It’s no secret that I am in favour of new leadership in the Green Party. I made that clear in my last piece; “Ryan Is Not The Green Messiah, He’s A Very Naughty Boy”. So let’s be clear from the top – I am biased. However, the following is not intended as an attack on the new Minister for Climate Action.
On Saturday 4th of July, the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) alongside the Palestinian communities in Ireland and the Irish public held a number of protests across Ireland against the proposed Israeli Annexation of the West Bank. This protest is the latest of many pro-Palestinian protests held on the Island.