Another favourite among Republicans everywhere. There used to be some great t-shirts to be viewed at the time that One Shot Paddy was plying his wares.
Book Review Down Among The Dead Men by Kerry Wilkinson I won’t spend too much time on this review as it’s really not worth it. The story is set in Manchester, England and that is what enticed me to the book. I get tired reading tales all located in the same few cities. I […]
Given the ongoing spate of attacks across Europe by those claiming to be from ISIS, it is perhaps necessary give some logical consideration to such vile occurrences. The article which follows is an avenue of thought that Rebel Voice has allowed, one which might shed light upon the terrible actions of Islamic State. Firstly, to […]
More revolutionary music from Rebel Voice.
The revolution that took place in Haiti between 1791 and 1804 was the only slave uprising that led to the founding of a state which was free from slavery and ruled by the former slaves. Million of captives were, in the words of Bob Marley, stolen from Africa. Many never made it to the […]
This is an alternative version of the famous song, ‘The Green Fields of France’ in which the singer laments the invention of the song to begin with. It goes down well in Irish pubs across the planet, although the song is in danger of becoming a parody of itself.
I always felt that Billy Bragg never got the credibility and praise that he deserves. His back catalogue is something special.
Arnon Milchan Many commentators have mentioned the high instance of pro-Israeli propaganda that emanates from Hollywood. Detractors of the struggle for Palestine label such remarks as ‘conspiracy theories’ in an effort to denounce any truthful revelations that might harm Israel. Yet, when facts are presented, it becomes impossible for Zionists to credibly deny the […]
Book Review The Good Son by Paul McVeigh It seems like a lifetime since Rebel Voice reviewed a book by an Irish author. The Good Son was worth the wait. Micky Donnelly lives in Ardoyne, in north Belfast, during the period when the Provisional IRA were at war with the forces of British colonialism. […]
Book Review Gilliamesque by Terry Gilliam This is an intriguing auto-biography by the only non-English member of Monty Python’s Flying Circus. Terry Gilliam started out as a cartoonist in the US. He was involved in political activism in the States at a time when the Vietnam war was developing. It was there that he […]
Rebel Voice has great respect for rebel music, and has a section dedicated especially to such revolutionary songs of protest. This offering, Cows with Guns, must be regarded as one of the most unusual songs ever to have emerged from the pantheon of seditious melody (tongue firmly in cheek). The Chickens in Choppers is worth […]
This beautiful song was written by the Irish revolutionary and martyr, Bobby Sands. The lyrics are among the best to be found in any Rebel Song. Rebel Voice highly recommends this song.