Unionist Bigots Force Six Counties To Brink, 1974

This short documentary looks at the Workers Council Strike of 1974, when embittered Unionists in the Occupied Six Counties of Ireland decided to protest against the power-sharing Sunningdale Agreement. Both mainstream Unionists and paramilitaries, as well as elements from the RUC and UDR, stood together at illegal roadblocks in a demonstration of their bigotry and […]

Plan for Ulster

Originally posted on Rebel Voice:
With the inevitable and continuing failures of the Stormont Executive, and the resultant debate surrounding political arrangements for the Occupied Six Counties, Rebel Voice wishes to publicly weigh in with a suggestion regarding the future of this beautiful part of Ireland. Whilst many of the ideas that have already been presented…

Unionist Hero Is Stone Stupid

So has anyone forgotten the wacko shown in this video clip? This is what passes for a ‘hero’ in Unionism. The next thing we know, Nelson McCausland will be wearing a cape and flying over Ballymena saving Ulster-Scots ducks.

March Of The Bigots On Its Way

The video clip attached gives an insight into the issue of Orange Order marches in the Occupied Six Counties (OSC) of Ireland, and the conflict that follows them. It centres around a demand by a quasi-political, quasi-religious, anachronistic Protestant fraternity to march through a Catholic area where local residents did not want them. The Orange […]

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 […]

Gaza in Ireland

A lot has been written about Palestine, whether the part that has been erroneously named ‘Israel’ by zionists, or the pieces that yet retain the ancient name. We have become fairly familiar with the statistics of abuse, discrimination and death, as created by the Israeli regime as they plough violently through Palestinian statehood and people. […]

Democracy in northern Irish statelet?

Regular readers of the Irish media can’t fail to have noticed the continual use of the words ‘democracy’ and ‘undemocratic’, and such phrases as ‘the democratic will of the people’, in the political arena here. But, when set within the context of the northern Irish statelet, how justified is such usage? The Occupied Six Counties […]

Plan for Ulster – An End To Conflict In Ireland?

With the inevitable and continuing failures of the Stormont Executive, and the resultant debate surrounding political arrangements for the Occupied Six Counties, Rebel Voice wishes to publicly weigh in with a suggestion regarding the future of this beautiful part of Ireland. Whilst many of the ideas that have already been presented as a solution have smacked […]