When Bernadette Devlin (McAliskey) first emerged on the Irish political scene, she was a breath of fresh air. Devlin was educated, eloquent, fiery and fearless. If not for the fact […]
The song below is posted in response to an article in the Irish News today by the Unionist columnist, Newton Emerson from Portadown. In his piece, Emerson suggests that Unionism […]
The continuing spate of gun deaths in Dublin has once again thrown the spotlight upon life in our nation’s capital. Shootings occur now on a sometimes daily basis. Drugs gangs, […]
There is a movement across the US to remove all statues of General Lee, the Confederate who fought to preserve slavery. One such monument has already been torn down in […]
Art has long been a means of resistance to tyranny. In Ireland’s Occupied Six Counties (OSC), the tradition of murals has served to make profound statements upon historical and current […]
Recent news of the seizure of bonfire material for Republican pyres to commemorate the introduction of internment in the Occupied Six Counties (OSC) in 1971, has served to highlight the […]
In today’s Irish News we can see how that arch-bigot, Will.I.Am (a wanker) Frazer, has declared that he is intending to hold another ‘Love Ulster’ march in Dublin in September. […]
This song by McCartney is explicit in its message and was banned at the time of its release as being unsuitable for public broadcasting. The video comes complete with Spanish […]
The is a very well presented short on the mythology of ancient Ireland and the Morrígan or Morrígu in particular. It’s a reminder of just how rich our ancient heritage […]
This short clip gives us a little insight into the wonderful world of the ancient Irish gods and goddesses. It is sad that most Irish people are unaware of the […]
For anyone who wants to receive true insight into some of the disgraceful methods used by British state forces and their proxies within the paramilitaries of Unionism, I suggest that […]
This ornamented list of Celtic paranormal creatures is one explanation of why North Americans see us the way they do. Tourists from the US often expect to trip over a […]
A rousing rebel song to stir the blood.
In this short video clip we meet an Irishman abroad who tells it like it is. This gentleman would make a great politician. Listen for the classic ending.
Arthur John Dooley was a Hiberno-English sculptor and artist who was born in Liverpool 17th January 1929, and died there also, 7th January 1994. After leaving school at 14, Dooley worked […]
The Saint Patrick’s Battalion (Batallón de San Patricio), formed and led by John Riley (Seán Ó Raghailligh) from Clifden, Co. Galway, was a unit of 175 to several hundred immigrants […]