Anything Good In The Phoenix?

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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD and the Minister for Health Simon Harris with Eilish Hardiman, Chief Executive, Children’s Hospital Group and sisters Ashlegh Isabel and Matilda Kiernan and James Mohan at official sod turning ceremony at the Paediatric Outpatients and Urgent Care Centre at Connolly Hospital last week

Anon writes:

Am I the only one that thinks there is a sinister explanation of the name of the new Children’s Hospital ‘The Phoenix’.

That name is not simply a quaint metaphor from history.

It has active and occulted meanings in Freemasonry, Satanism and a range of esoteric sub cultures.

In ‘The Secret History of the IRA’ Ed Moloney points out that Gerry Adams and Co. selected it as the logo of then then young Provisionals…

 

To quote Jordan Maxwell:

“The Purpose of Signs and Symbols. Signs and symbols are not merely for decoration or random meaningless marks without purpose. Signs and symbols have real, specific and precise meanings. Also, signs and symbols usually have ONE PURPOSE — to identify, and the identification is expressed in two ways — (1) by showing ownership, and (2) by showing direction.”

Seems clear to me that our very own ‘deep state’ just spoke.

And nobody suspects a thing?

FIGHT!

Medical boards unhappy with proposed children’s hospital name (RTÉ)

Rollingnews

27 thoughts on “Anything Good In The Phoenix?

  1. b

    the name is stupid for many reasons, moreover that there is a huge landmark in Dublin already called the Phoenix a mile away from the hospital

  2. Nigel

    It’s just a symbol of rebirth, dude. Which is a fantastic symbol for a children’s hospital since most of the patients won’t be long after their first birth and contemplating dying and rising again so soon isn’t a bit grim.

  3. Happy Molloy

    Jesus…

    Without the internet the people who would utter such nonsense were usually just left to talk and argue with themselves in a pub. Now they congregate and mistake their opinions for popular or even rational opinions.

    1. Nigel

      And it makes no difference if you’re posting because you agree, posting them ironically, posting them to point and laugh, posting them to seriously critique, posting them to shake your head at the state of this – at this point all that’s happening is you’re propagating more crap on the internet.

    2. MoyestWithExcitement

      You’re talking about yourself there, Harold. You subject us to your inane ramblings every day; for instance, you think your fear of brown people means they’re more uncivilised than you. Nobody would listen to you in real life but here you are anyway.

      1. rotide

        It’s almost like you thought Harry’s point needed to be hammered home and came along to prove it beyond a shadow of a doubt.

        1. MoyestWithExcitement

          Mate, will you please do everyone a favour and take your trolling elsewhere. It’s embarrassing to be engaging with you and we’re all anonymous. Please stop.

  4. Barry the Hatchet

    The Rand Corporation, in conjunction with the saucer people, under the supervision of the reverse vampires are forcing our parents to go to bed early in a fiendish plot to eliminate the meal of dinner.

    1. Sean

      Hosptial scandal update: Varadkar sleeps nude in an oxygen tent which he believes gives him sexual powers!

  5. Listrade

    Clearly it was named after G-Force’s ship in Battle of the Planets. I accept no alternative theory.

    Still, I hear Comet Ping Pong has been awarded the catering contract.

  6. Holden MaGroin

    “So loike the little kids will loike come into the hospo and get all better and stuff. So they’re roising from the ashes. Y’know loike a Phoenix, ya?”

    Is that the reasoning behind this?

  7. MoyestWithExcitement

    It *is* a very strange name for a state funded hospital. It’s a commercial sounding name for a state asset. I figured they might be intending to sell it in future. Definitely worth suspicion at least.

          1. MoyestWithExcitement

            *sigh* Sure. Then we should force you all into re-education camps to learn how to be civilised.

          2. Happy Molloy

            I hope you run the programme. I enjoy reading dystopia, I’ve always wondered what it would be like to live it

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