Thomas Davis Poem – My Land

Originally posted on Rebel Voice:
Thomas Davis was an Irish Republican of the 19th century. He is widely regarded as the Bard of Republicanism. My Land She is a rich and rare land; Oh! she’s a fresh and fair land; She is a dear and rare land This native land of mine. No men than…

Animal Haven As Treatment For Traumatised Child Victims Of Zionist Brutality

War creates victims. Pretty obvious statement, right? But who are the most victimised? Children. In all conflicts, domestic and otherwise, those who suffer the most are the most vulnerable among us, the young. Nowhere is this more evident than in Palestine. As Israeli atrocities continue, in full view of the world, it’s the children of […]

Dropkick Murphys – Rose Tattoo (Irish Trad Rock)

This rockin’ band of loons hails from the Boston area and has been thrilling audiences for decades with their high octane blend of punk rock and Irish music. They followed in the footsteps of fellow Irish-American supergroup, Black 47, but stand on their own reputation which is considerable. The line-up has changed over the years […]

Sea Change – Robert B. Parker Thriller

Sea Change by Robert B. Parker (2006) Jesse Stone is the Chief of Police for the small Massachusetts town of Paradise. Although you would expect such a place to be relatively quiet, you would be mistaken. Paradise is a hot bed of death, drugs and intrigue and Chief Stone is a very busy man. In this […]

Top 10 Creepy Cults In Movies

Creepy cults. That could describe the British Tory Party. Change one letter and that would still describe the British Tory Party. Having seen the Children of the Corn, Rebel Voice still shivers when a blonde child looks this way, and don’t get us started on wicker furniture. Anyhoo, here’s a look at one list of […]