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Book Review: Harry from Strabane & Chris Fogarty (Irish Holocaust 1845 – 1850)

Pre-order Chris Fogarty's Book via email - The Irish Holocaust: [email protected]

Author K M Breakey & Critiqued Have A Discussion

I have a discussion with K M Breakey author of the book “All Thy Sons” among many other books. We talked about Ireland, Canada and western culture in General and how it has changed and is changing. Please Like Comment and Share this Video. (recorded 22 June 2019 @7pm Irish Time) All Thy Sons can […]

Irelands Identity Crisis with The Don and Special Guest Dr E Michael Jones

The Don and me were discussing Ireland’s and the West’s lack of, or broken religious identity and the social engineering which has lead to this and some of the implications with Dr E Michael Jones. Dr E Michael Jones’ books are available here https://www.amazon.com/E.-Michael-Jones/e/B001K7ZM78 Dr E Michael Jones’ channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqu-4AY-501xV5iCtt7dMKQ Culture Wars Magazine http://www.culturewars.com/ Thanks […]

The Turn of the Screw by Henry James (part 4)

(THE FINAL SECTION) Just as in the churchyard with Miles, the whole thing was upon us...

The Turn of the Screw by Henry James (part 3)

It was not till late next day that I spoke to Mrs. Grose...

The Turn of the Screw by Henry James (part 2)

Oh, she let me know as soon as, round the corner of the house, she loomed again into view. “What in the name of goodness is the matter—?” She was now flushed and out of breath.

The Turn of the Screw by Henry James (part 1)

Let the Christmas creepiness continue.

Horror, a True Tale by John Berwick Harwood

"And, rely upon it, the feeling of dislike and apprehension with which we regard, at first sight, certain places and people, was not implanted in us without some wholesome purpose. I grant it is irrational--mere animal instinct--but is not instinct God's gift, and is it for us to despise it? It is by instinct that children know their friends from their enemies--that they distinguish with such unerring accuracy between those who like them and those who only flatter and hate them. Dogs do the same; they will fawn on one person, they slink snarling from another. Show me a man whom children and dogs shrink from, and I will show you a false, bad man--lies on his lips, and murder at his heart. No, let none despise the heaven-sent gift of innate antipathy, which makes the horse quail when the lion crouches in the thicket--which makes the cattle scent the shambles from afar, and low in terror and disgust as their nostrils snuff the blood-polluted air."

The State of Ireland with Critiqued and Special guest John Waters – Give Us Back The Bad Roads

John Waters book “give us back he bad roads” on Currach press who are also the publishers https://currachbooks.com/product/give-us-back-the-bad-roads/ And on Amazon This Stream was hosted by The Don https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMnQHYF2DQ3I0EvrI95P83A My main channel https://youtube.com/c/Critiqued101

Where is Home? The Paradoxes and Potential of the Latvian diaspora

#AntiCommunism : Rita Laima’s new memoir, Skylarks & Rebels, chronicles her unique personal story, and in so doing, captures the trajectory of Latvian history and grapples with the crises of identity faced by all exiles and émigrés. Laima was born in the United States to Latvian parents who were forced to flee their country’s postwar […]

Shop Steward of the Free World: The Story of Lane Kirkland

#AntiCommunism : Lane Kirkland: Champion of American Labor. Arch Puddington. John Wiley & Sons Inc. $23. “Most of those present here today are workers. Creative workers. And I myself, having spent many years of my life as a stone cutter, as a foundryman, as a manual worker, in the name of all who have shared […]

Capturing the Captive Mind: Darkness at Noon and its Impact

#AntiCommunism : Arthur Koestler’s Darkness at Noon is well-known today as a classic of political and psychological fiction that did much to form the image of communism in the minds of readers in the US and around the world. It is both a political novel and an existential one. The plot of the novel concerns […]

The Pen that Toppled an Empire: Solzhenitsyn and The Gulag Archipelago

#AntiCommunism : In the 1838 play The Conspiracy, Edward Bulwer-Lytton’s character Cardinal Richelieu first coined the famous line, “the pen is mightier than the sword.” The adage is familiar to our ears and sounds convincing. Someone who has had the experience of sitting with pen and paper as armed security officers broke through the door […]
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