David Menzies commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Ridgeway, considered a catalyst for Confederation, noting the absence of any representative of the Trudeau Liberals among the list of dignitaries in attendance. Watch David's video for the story. MORE http://www.therebel.media/liberals_sn...
Director of the Iona Institute, David Quinn, debates Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Equality, Integration and Immigration, Fiona O'Loughlin, on whether or not the government should be doing more to tackle hate speech and hate crimes through legislation.
A number of incidents have led to clamours from pro-migration quangos for hate speech legislation, the latest being Gemma O'Doherty challenging how a mixed-race couple (Fiona Ryan and her fiance Jonathan Mathis) in a Lidl advertisement could accurately be described as "The Ryans": https://www.bitchute.com/video/lXC-MYP_3Fw/
A tender to provide a direct provision centre at the Connemara Gateway Hotel in Oughterard, Co Galway, has been withdrawn by the applicant. Speculation that the hotel was to be repurposed as a centre to house asylum seekers has led to a round-the-clock protest by locals in recent weeks.
Tender applicant Sean Lyons Senior said this morning that he had decided to cease work at the site and was instructing contractors to remove their tools and equipment from the building. Mr Lyons was critical of the support he received from the Department of Justice in recent weeks. He told Galway Bay FM that there was absolutely no question of the proposed redevelopment of the hotel progressing.
The decision to withdraw the application has been welcomed by those involved in the protests outside the hotel. They have gathered in large numbers to celebrate the latest developments. They said they will end their demonstration outside the hotel and will work to remove all traces of their campaign from the location later today. They have reiterated a call for greater public consultation regarding direct provision and say communities in other parts of the country should follow their lead in voicing their concerns about the impact such centres can have on the infrastructure of rural areas.
Government Chief Whip and local Fine Gael TD Seán Kyne said he was pleased that the "saga" had come to an end. Minister Kyne said the process relating to the former hotel was now concluded. But he said lessons had to be learned from the events of recent weeks. In particular he said that a lack of public consultation and an absence of information from the Department had not served people well.
Fianna Fáil's justice spokesperson, Jim O'Callaghan, has said he would be concerned if a message is being sent out that direct provision centres can be stopped through protests. Mr O'Callaghan said he was "disappointed" with a decision to halt the proposed centre in Oughterard where the developer withdrew his tender following a series of protests.
"I think we have to be very careful that we don't allow a situation to develop whereby protest on one level and maybe lawlessness at a higher level can result in direct provision centres just not going ahead," he said.
"We have a responsibility to people who come to this country looking for international protection," he said.
This literature represents the most extensive and best preserved of all the branches of Celtic mythology. Although many of the manuscripts have not survived and much more material was probably never committed to writing, there is enough remaining to enable the identification of distinct, if overlapping, cycles: the Mythological Cycle, the Ulster Cycle, the Fenian Cycle and the Historical Cycle. There are also a number of extant mythological texts that do not fit into any of the cycles. Additionally, there are a large number of recorded folk tales that, while not strictly mythological, feature personages from one or more of these four cycles.
Tracklist: 1. Ireland's Fight For Freedom - The Bogside Volunteers 2. The Ballad Of Long Kesh - Shamrog 3. The Outlaw Raparee - The Wolfhound 4. Reluctant Patriot - Eugene McEldowney 5. Four Green Fields - The Irish Rebels 6. Dying Rebel - Shamrog 7. Free Belfast - Owen McDonagh 8. Erin's Flag - The Wolfhound 9. Lid of Me Granny's Bin - Blackthorn 10. Kelly The Boy From Killane - Blackthorn 11. Show Me The Man (Who Does Not Love The Land Where He Was Born) - The Bogside Volunteers 12. Right Ye Are - The Wolfhound 13. Memory Of The Dead - The Irish Rebels 14. Boulavogue - The Irish Rebels 15. Sean South - The Irish Rebels 16. Broad Black Brimmer - The Bogside Volunteers
1. Roll Of Honour – Justice 2. Let The People Sing/Take It Down From The Mast – Shan-nos 3. Aiden McAnespie – Poitin 4. This Little Place Called Ireland – Justice 5. The Provos Lullaby – Poitin 6. The Two Brendans – Shan-nos 7. The Ballads of Joe McDonnell – Poitin 8. The Broad Black Brimmer - Poitin 9. On The One Road – Justice 10. Go On Home British Soldiers – Shan-nos 11. They Shoot Children – Justice 12. Aul Weidersehen/Tiociaigh Ar La – Shan-nos 13. Scapegoats – Poitin 14. Sean South – Shan-nos 15. Death before Revenge – Justice 16. My Old Mans A Provo – Shan-nos 17. Lullaby to Heaven – Justice 18. Celtic Symphony - Poitin
A 2009 BBC History Documentary hosted by Dan Snow.
Salvation: He follows in the footsteps of Ireland's earliest missionaries as they venture through treacherous barbarian territory to bring literacy and technology to the future nations of Scotland and England.
E8 Who was Saint Patrick and what’s he got to do with shamrocks, green beer, Ireland, and Christianity? Here's a brief rundown of how and when we got some of those symbols, which of the popular stories are just myths, and who the REAL Patrick was in life, and why he is remembered and celebrated around the western world more than a millennia later... Be sure to click subscribe and share if you like the show! Reviews are very much appreciated as well.
Video showing the horrific displacement of the Irish people by invading Africans and Muslims. It highlights how the mainstream political parties in Ireland are in league with the "globalists" and facilitating the dispossession of the Irish people from their ancestral homeland in order to bring in a population of low IQ consumers. Importantly, the extent of this population replacement is being hidden from the Irish people by the mainstream media.
Unfortunately, the panel decided not to discuss this survey, instead focusing on the much more pressing issue of Paul Galvin been hit on the head with a hurl...
Interestingly, in terms of voting preference for farmers, 100% of Labour voters felt that Ireland was too soft on immigration, followed by Fine Gael (91%), Fianna Fáil (89%) and Sinn Féin (87%), all parties who are in favour of mass immigration into Ireland.
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A song about the miracles of poteen (Irish moonshine) 1967
Lyrics: Let your quacks and newspapers be cutting their capers 'Bout curing the vapors, the scratch and the gout With their powders and potions, their serums and lotions Upholding their notions they're mighty put out Would you know the true physics about the pathetics And pitch to the divil, cramp, colic and spleen You'll know it I think if you take a big drink With your mouth to the brink of a glass of poteen
Then stick to the craythur the best thing in nature For sinking your sorrows and raising your joys Oh what botheration, no dose in the nation Can give consolation like whiskey me boys
Come guess me this riddle, what beats pipes and fiddle What's stronger than mustard and milder than cream What best wets your whistle, what's clearer than crystal What's sweeter than honey and stronger than steam What'll make the dumb talk, what'll make the lame walk What's the elixir of life and philosopher's stone And what helped Mr. Brunnell to dig the Thames Tunnel Sure, wasn't it whiskey from old Inishowen
Then stick to the craythur the best thing in nature For sinking your sorrows and raising your joys Oh lord, I'd not wonder if lightning and thunder Were made from the plunder of whiskey me boys
Simon Whistler tries to give the top 10 "myths" about slavery. True to his history, only about 3 of them are actual myths. Lord Killian shows that the rest are complete revisionism, apologetics, and simplistic thinking.