Monthly Archives: January 2015

Na Fianna Éireann in the Irish Revolutionary Period 1909-1923

The following piece was submitted by a young rebel writer Na Fianna Éireann (The Warriors of Ireland) emerged as a Nationalist boy scout organisation in the early 20th Century. Its purpose was to be a Nationalist alternative to the British … Continue reading

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Where is Our James Connolly?

The words of Patrick Galvin’s famous song carry a resounding resonance in today’s Ireland. With the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising fast approaching, Ireland, now more than ever truly needs a hero of the workingman and workingwoman! James Connolly … Continue reading

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The Housing Crisis, who benefits?

The following article is reproduced with the kind permission of our comrades at Rebel Cork’s Fighting Story Original article – We all have a right to our own home, or so we’re told. A ‘Fundamental Right’. So why is the … Continue reading

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Beware of the thing that is coming, beware of the risen people!

In an almost poetic sense of irony the subject of water charges are as difficult to avoid these days as the Irish rain, and neither one is going to disappear any time soon. At present we have an all-out propaganda … Continue reading

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Rebel City Writers Blog

The intended purpose of this blog is to provide a radical perspective on local, national and international issues from the pens of a few disgruntled agitators. In particular we aim to address all issues which concern the struggles of the working … Continue reading

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