Gil Scott-Heron – The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Originally posted on Rebel Voice:
This iconic song should be played regularly in our fractured world. Yet it can be heard only sporadically. Is that because the capitalist-owned radio stations don’t enjoy hearing a death-knell sounded for their corporate, blood-soaked culture? Just a thought, and one of many that Rebel Voice tends to suffer from.…

Irish Photos Of Modern Conflict

This is a fine assortment of photographs from the war fought between militant Irish Republicans and the British forces and their proxies in the Occupied Six Counties (OSC). The pictures show militant Republicans, as well as British squaddies and their friends and allies among the terrorists of Unionist paramilitarism. – If you care, give it […]

Irish Civil Rights Marches Obstructed And Attacked By Colonials

This short clip is narrated in the typically snotty accent of the English Establishment. It shows a civil rights march through the Nationalist town of Newry that was obstructed by the colonial forces in 1969. In this next clip we again have a snotty twat narrating on yet another civil rights march through the Irish […]

UVF – Behind The Mask

UVF – Behind The Mask   by Aaron Edwards This is an in-depth examination of the British Unionist terrorist group known as the Ulster Volunteer Force who carried out a campaign of murder and sectarian violence in the Occupied Six Counties of Ireland over the course of more than 40 years. At time of writing, […]

John Lennon And Yoko Ono – The Luck Of The Irish

This is a bit twee but Lennon’s heart is in the right place. Sadly, the same could be said for his unfortunate decision to let Yoko sing on this. Jaysus, but she’s brutal. She sounds like a badly injured crow trying to imitate Janice Street Porter.

British Squaddies Speak About South Armagh

It is said that you must know your enemy to defeat him. This short video clip is taken from a US documentary on the war in the Occupied Six Counties (OSC). It is interesting to hear the clipped British accents of the officers who are interviewed in the first part of the video. One officer […]

Remembering Irish Firebrand Who Slapped Tory Minister

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 that she was so principled, she would have had a prominent career in politics. Modern Irish and British politics has no time for those who […]