This renowned and beautiful Irish ballad was reputed to have been written by James McGarvey from the County Derry portion of Slieve Gallion mountain. The mountain itself is divided between counties Derry and Tyrone although the vast majority is in the former, the latter being a veritable wasteland full of head-the-balls. This rendition is performed […]
This is an interesting selection of footage from the Republican war against the forces of British colonialism in the Occupied Six Counties. Just a reminder. – If you care, give it a share –
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 […]
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 […]
This has to be one of the tunes with the worst lyrics ever… great punk song! – Give it a share –
From the Derry punk band. – Give it a share –
Anyone from Ireland will recognize the sentiment in this song from Derry band, The Undertones. The lyrics are of a standard to make Rebel Voice jealous. ‘Cabbage’ rhyming with ‘University Challenge’… classic.
This fine ballad from Christy Moore is a firm favourite among Irish Republicans around the globe.
This moving footage has some insightful family photos of Francis Hughes as a child. It’s a deserved tribute to a great Irish revolutionary.
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 […]
Ladies and gentlemen, and any Orange wankers who may be reading this, I give you Gregory Campbell… Nationalist politicians today should ask Campbell if he will adhere to the terms of the Belfast Agreement. He should state whether or not he will abide by the decision of 51% of the population of the OSC if […]
This joker has offered up a simplistic solution to the problem of flags, or flegs, in the Occupied Six Counties (OSC). The short piece does illustrate the variety of symbols to be found in the OSC, and how easy it is to get bogged down in the argument. For the record, Rebel Voice recommends that […]