Gaza in Ireland

A lot has been written about Palestine, whether the part that has been erroneously named ‘Israel’ by zionists, or the pieces that yet retain the ancient name. We have become fairly familiar with the statistics of abuse, discrimination and death, as created by the Israeli regime as they plough violently through Palestinian statehood and people. […]

Any Horny Aliens Out There?

Recent revelations regarding a newly discovered solar system with 7 planets, all located within the famed ‘Goldilocks’ zone, have sparked renewed debate about the possibility of finding alien life-forms. I feel that before I progress further, I should point out that Goldilocks was a juvenile delinquent who engaged in home invasion, the theft of certain […]

Palestine and the Media

I use Facebook, on occasion, to better understand some of what is taking place across the world. Although the social media giant does censor some of its content, there is still a wealth of information, including video, to help educate those such as myself who remain suspicious of the bias extant within the western media. […]

Alan Partridge, Nomad

Alan Partridge, Nomad  by Neil Gibbons, Rob Gibbons and Steve Coogan Alan Partridge is a wanker. He is a complete tool who seems not to realize that he is the person at parties that others want to drown in the punch bowl, before burying his flayed body in a quicklime pit beside a nuclear reactor. […]

Democracy in northern Irish statelet?

Regular readers of the Irish media can’t fail to have noticed the continual use of the words ‘democracy’ and ‘undemocratic’, and such phrases as ‘the democratic will of the people’, in the political arena here. But, when set within the context of the northern Irish statelet, how justified is such usage? The Occupied Six Counties […]

Church and State

At a time when the common consensus appears to (thankfully) be that society must move on from the sectarian divisions that have ruptured Ireland for centuries, it seems that there are still those who are determined to remain wedded to, if not mired in, the antiquated mind-sets that still aggressively promote a particular theology. Take […]

Cultural Imperialism

In Ireland of today, it can be observed that a pattern has seamlessly emerged whereby the attention of the citizenry is increasingly focused upon foreign shores, but not in any manner conducive to the good health of our nation. It is still obvious that the Irish Establishment, and its minions throughout Capitalist business, look overseas […]