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Declan Hayes

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June 20, 2024
Macron’s morons don’ wanna get drafted

Macron has less chance of reintroducing conscription than he has of transforming house cats into prides of lions.

June 16, 2024
Welcome to BRICS TV

BRICS TV offers tangible hope that salvation might yet be at hand, as those Chinese schoolkids and Russian ballerinas set their gazes on kitchens and cultures new, novel and exciting. Do yourself a favour and check it out.

June 14, 2024
Ireland votes von der Leyen

The Irish government parties, together with their fake opposition buffers, largely swept the field.

June 12, 2024
Happy Independence Day to the Philippines

Let us hope, that this Independence Day, the people of the Philippines will recall the words of their patriot, José Rizal to “know history, know self” whilst also remembering the “no history, no self” tactics of their Yankee colonisers.

June 10, 2024
Russia must think globally but first fight locally if it wants to call the shots

Though Russia, China and the others have much to talk about, they have much to do as well.

June 8, 2024
NATO’s Lord Haw-Haws continue to kick sand in Russia’s face

Let’s use a few recent examples to show why NATO’s efforts to portray Russia as the source of all the world’s evils have passed their sell by date.

June 6, 2024
Why we should carry on to the bitter end

To NATO, people are just one more cash cow following the same bath tub trajectory, with similarly predictable massive losses through rejection and defects at the start and at the end.

June 4, 2024
Immigration, emigration and the great replacements

This article looks at Europe’s demographic changes which, NATO’s media informs us, is a major election issue in the forthcoming Euro elections.

June 2, 2024
Rome, the Eternal City and the Eternal Truths

The process of working towards Eternal Truths cannot begin until the Pope cleans the Eternal City of NATO’s dross and barnacles.

May 31, 2024
“Bandit Country: The IRA and South Armagh” and how to record the world’s wars

The British Government’s decision to open tendering for appropriately qualified historians to write the official history of the Irish Troubles has come in for some well-deserved flak from appropriately qualified historians.

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