Tag Archives: An Bhreathnadóir

B-more Uprising – We like our n*****s to entertain, not to break their chains…

The following is a short piece addressing the hypocrisy associated with how some of us in privileged positions view oppressed people, in this case the black communities of Baltimore which have this week descended into an open uprising against police terrorism. As … Continue reading

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Foot soldier of US Imperialism honoured in Cork

Yesterday, Saturday, April 18th, in the picturesque town of Kinsale, County Cork, a plaque was unveiled by an organisation calling itself Irish Veterans in memory of Lt. Michael Patrick Murphy, the inspiration behind the 2013 film Lone Survivor. The US ambassador to … Continue reading

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Rebel Lives: Staff Captain Joe McCann – Revolutionary Socialist Republican

The above image has become one of the most iconic images of the conflict in the north-east of Ireland, not only for what the photo itself captures, but also the story behind it. A guerilla fighter crouched beneath the Starry … Continue reading

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Rebel Lives: Óglach Donnchadh de Barra – Volunteer Denis Barry

Today we bring you the second in our ‘Rebel Lives’ series, a tribute to Cork republican hunger striker, Vol. Denis Barry. This piece was originally published by our comrades at Rebel Cork’s Fighting Story, and can be viewed here. Although … Continue reading

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Victory to the Dunnes Workers!

    The Rebel City Writers wish to send our comradely support and solidarity to the striking Dunnes workers today. The decision to take strike action could not have been an easy one for the some 6,ooo workers that will … 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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