Ruairí Ó Brádaigh Radio Interview (1998)

Ireland has produced many notable political leaders over the years. Ruairí Ó Brádaigh was one of them. Born in Longford in 1932, Ó Brádaigh was from a strong Republican family, his father Matt having been an IRA volunteer who was wounded in action. Ruairí held the position of Chief of Staff of the IRA from […]

Russian – British Fall-Out And Double Standards And Double Agents

In the recent case of poisoning of the Russian double agent, Sergei Skripal, and his daughter, Yulia, in England, the media and the British government have rushed to point the finger of blame at Russia. Although Putin is certainly capable of such an act, there would appear to be little mileage in it for him […]

Terence MacSwiney – Poems Of An Irish Rebel

Ireland has both the good fortune and misfortune to have a large number of martyrs. Many honourable men and women have felt it necessary to step forward to fight the blight of British colonialism. Of those Rebels who were imprisoned, some chose to battle the foreign regime using the only weapon they had left to […]

Murals As Resistance Across The Occupied Six Counties

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 injustice in Ireland and beyond. Whether it is the fight for Basque freedom, the struggle for Catalonian independence, the resistance to Zionist horror and oppression […]

Orange Willie Frazer And His Broken ‘Gay Relationship’

Willie Frazer is a gype. He is a clown, a tit, a gobshite and a poultice. He would be funny all the time if not for the nasty shite that he often utters. Questions have been raised as to Frazer’s mental health. It has been said that he is a sick c**t. It’s hard to […]

As the Six Counties’ dust settles

So the Irish Occupied Six Counties (OSC) elections are past. The conclusions are drawn and new strategies formulated, the parties working feverishly in putting their spin on the results. The DUP are the biggest losers. They are desperately attempting to hold it together in face of a damning reprimand from within Unionism now tired of […]

Political Gladiators Of The Irish OSC Fight To A Bitter End (In A Mudbath)

With elections looming in the Irish Occupied Six Counties (OSC), and given the inherent hostility that exists between the various parties, I was persuaded into thinking of the manner in which warring forces of the ancient world often chose to settle their disputes. Rather than have two opposing armies slaughter one another, with resultant massive […]