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O’ Joy. Another State Inquiry?

Those of us of an older age or lover of classic TV will remember a much liked BBC series firstly called “Yes Minister” then “Yes Primeminister“. Over many great episodes the UK political systems and sometimes its civil service, was held up to a comedy spotlight. It was and still is regarded as brilliant script…

Why I Will Never Vote FG/FF/LABOUR?

People have their own views on Irish political parties. I do too. Over years and decades of also living under three political parties, I have decided never to vote for a number of them again. Ever. Here are some of my reasons that have convinced me they should never be trusted with anything or by…

Some Just Refuse To Get It.

Just yesterday another person in discussion with myself, churned out the usual old rubbish “What is the point in trying to do anything – sure nothing will change!” A few minutes later they admitted that more people voted for Sinn Fein than ever before. Yes, the same person that sees nothing changing but openly admits…

A Message From One Parent

Our state is heading further down a dangerous road. What I type next is not an exaggeration. It is not just coming from political opposition. Beyond that for those that are willing to truly see, it is cold hard Ireland reality as 2019 comes to a bitter end. My words also come from a parent.…

Chipping Away At Ireland’s Neutrality.

The title of this piece of writing give the impression that Ireland still maintains a neutral position in all things military regarding other countries dragging themselves into war with each other. If Ireland was truly neutral it wouldn’t be joining any side when such events occur. Last December (2017), Mr Leo Varadkar insisted Ireland neutrality…

2018. Shaping to be eventful.

2017 has been a year of many shades. We can say this because in many ways, events in Ireland have been colourful. Rarely has anything been clear-cut just black and white. We have had Fine Gael allowing members of the an ever expanding Scientology cult, enter into state government buildings – while the same political…

TD’s Trick Of Silence.

Shush. Elected at all levels don’t like to talk about their failures, the issues they are not tackling and the ones they deliberate avoid because (a) they haven’t a clue about the subject or (b) it conflicts with their party or personal view. In the recent past we have seen many a political serious argument…