Posts Tagged ‘irish’

WATCH: Massive blob of sea foam engulfs Irish town

A huge mass of sea foam covered parts of Ireland’s east coast. Bad weather and high winds blew an especially large mass of it into the town of Bray, located south of Dublin. Footage from the scene circulating online shows the town’s seafront entirely covered with the wobbly blob on Saturday afternoon. [embedded content] A […]

Raised Catholic, Coleen Dieker sings in an Irish punk and Jewish band

Coleen Dieker isn’t your typical Jewish soul singer. A Korean-American musical prodigy who plays everything from violin to guitar to piano, Dieker was raised in a devout Catholic home where she played church music every Sunday with her three siblings. But after a rebellious stint in her 20s in which she struggled with addiction and […]

Report Reveals Grim Infant Death Toll, Cruelty at Irish Catholic-Run Homes for Unwed Mothers

<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>DUBLIN/TUAM, Ireland (Reuters) — Thousands of infants died in Irish homes for unmarried mothers and their offspring mostly run by the Catholic Church from the 1920s to the 1990s, an inquiry found on Tuesday, an “appalling” mortality rate that reflected brutal living conditions. The report, […]

Irish govt to apologize after inquiry finds ‘appalling infant mortality’ at mother & baby homes run by Catholic Church and state

The Irish government will formally apologize after a new report detailed the pain experienced by unmarried mothers and their children at Church- and local authority-run homes, a minister confirmed on Tuesday. A “stifling, oppressive and brutally misogynistic culture” existed for decades in such institutions, Ireland’s Minister for Children, Roderic O’Gorman, said in a statement released […]

Irish teenager wins national science award for ‘deepfake’ video detector

Greg Tarr, from County Cork, will now present his project at the European Union’s Contest for Young Scientists. 00 Hits: 0

Learn To Speak Irish In 15 Minutes

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Legendary Claddagh Rings: What are the True Origins of these Symbolic Irish Wedding Rings?

The Claddagh ring design of two hands holding a crowned heart is a recognizable symbol of Ireland and enduring love. It is hugely popular as a fashion accessory and a symbolic gesture. While everyone seems to know the rules of the Claddagh ring that lead up to it being worn as a wedding ring, few […]

Irish TV Channel Apologizes for Causing ‘Offense’ With Blasphemous Skit Depicting God Convicted of Rape

DUBLIN — The Irish public service broadcaster RTE has apologized for causing offense after receiving hundreds of complaints about a blasphemous comedy skit that aired on New Year’s Eve depicting God led away by police after being convicted of raping Mary. “RTÉ recognizes that matters which can cause offense naturally differ from person to person, […]

DEA MATRONA–Irish Lasses that Kick Ass(es)

Dea Matrona is an Irish band into retro-rock, Cream, Zeppelin, Hendrix and they blow up the songs they cover. Dea Matrona is a Gaelic name for Gaulish mother goddess, responsible for the earth’s bounty. All 21 yo or younger.  00 Hits: 6

Nora Anne Quoirin: Malaysia coroner rules French-Irish teen likely died from solo misadventure

A Malaysia coroner has ruled out the involvement of other people in the death of French-Irish teenager Nora Anne Quoirin, saying the family’s suggestion of kidnap was “nothing more than probably theory”. The 15-year-old went missing a day after she and her family arrived at the Dusun eco-resort in southern Negeri Sembilan state in August […]

‘God rapes young middle eastern migrant’ skit on Irish state TV provokes Catholic Church fury

A comedy sketch depicting God as a rapist, aired during a New Year’s Eve countdown programme by Ireland’s national broadcaster, has sparked a furious backlash from the country’s catholic bishops. The mock news report was broadcast on RTÉ as viewers across locked-down Ireland tuned into the state television station to finally bid farewell to 2020. […]

Irish Man Sentenced to Two Months in Prison For Failing to Wear a Face Mask

A Reuters photo essay celebrates how residents of Wuhan are enjoying nightclubs and street parties without the need for masks or social distancing even as much of the rest of the world continues to labor under lockdown. The article notes how young people living in the original epicenter of COVID-19 are now frolicking around in […]

Cromwell & The Irish Slave Trade

The Khazarian Mafia invades England after being expelled for hundreds of years: To accomplish their invasion, they hired Oliver Cromwell to murder King Charles 1, and make England safe for banking again. This began the English Civil Wars which raged for nearly a decade, resulting in regicide of the royal family and hundreds of the […]

Cursed Irish Farmer Calls in The Druids

An Irish University advised a Cork farmer to employ the services of druids to end his decade of bad luck after a bull damaged an ancient standing stone on his land. The Irish farmer, Donal Bohane, owns a 30-acre (12.1 ha.) farm in the townland of Coolnagarrane in County Cork. He claims he has suffered […]

US elections: Irish communities linked to Trump and Biden show their colours ahead of vote

As Americans wait with bated breath to find out the winner of this week’s US elections, two Irish communities share their enthusiasm to learn the result. Doonbeg and Ballina support incumbent Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden respectively, but for rather different reasons. Residents in Doonbeg, County Clare are firmly in the Trump […]

An Exceptional Medieval Irish Book Returns to Ireland

An incredibly significant medieval book of manuscripts has been returned to Ireland. The Book of Lismore is a collection of hand-written texts that was donated by an aristocratic English family to the University College Cork. Ireland has a long scribal tradition and produced many remarkable medieval books and illuminated manuscripts, such as the Book of […]

Ghosts in Irish Folklore

Edited and Selected by W. B. Yeats [1888] Ghosts, or as they are called in Irish, Thevshi or Tash (taidhbhse, tais), live in a state intermediary between this life and the next. They are held there by some earthly longing or affection, or some duty unfulfilled, or anger against the living. “I will haunt you”, […]

Irish Child’s Skeleton may be a Viking Murder Victim

In Ireland, a child’s skeleton dating to the Viking era has been found. The unearthing of a nearly complete child’s skeleton from the 9th or 10th century AD is an important one, but it is also mysterious. What makes this find so intriguing is that the child may have met a violent death. The archaeologists […]

Infamous Ancient Irish Spirit Is Now Legal and Sales Are Booming!

An Irish spirit that was until recently illegal is making a big comeback. Poteen which is pronounced as potcheen is a potent  alcoholic drink  and was notorious because it was so strong. Distillers in  Northern Ireland  hope to benefit from the new-found interest in legal poteen and hope to export it to  Japan and other international […]

Joe Biden warns UK: No US trade deal if Irish peace accord becomes ‘casualty of Brexit’

Joe Biden has warned that the Irish peace accord that ended decades of violence cannot become a “casualty of Brexit”. The US Democratic presidential candidate added that any US-UK trade deal must respect the Good Friday Agreement and avoid a renewed hard border on the island of Ireland. The warning comes amid international dismay at […]

Bronze Age Burial Urn Harvested From Irish Vegetable Patch

Archaeologists have unearthed a rare Bronze Age burial urn in Ireland. The urn dates back 4000 years and was found in a community garden allotment used by locals. This find is latest discovery at what appears to be an important ancient burial site. The Bronze Age burial urn was found during an investigation before the planned […]

Chronicling British and Irish Faerie Folklore From The Middle Ages To Modern Day

Faerie-type entities have always been an important component of British and Irish folklore. In the Aarne-Thompson-Uther Motif Index of Folk Literature (ATU) there are over 500 motifs within folktales that include the faeries, many of which are from Britain and Ireland. Whatever the true ontology of these supernatural entities, it is evident they have had […]

Boy With A Metal Detector Finds Historic Irish Sword On A Riverbank

A young boy with a metal detector has made an amazing discovery in Northern Ireland . With the detector, given to him on his birthday, he found an Irish historic sword that could be up to 300 years old. The Irish historic sword find is once again showing how metal detectorists are helping to find […]

Irish Dyke Gets Smacked Down By Spaniard Chad

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Irish Referendum Was Rigged

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US interference in Irish referendum? Concerns raised over ‘foreign’ pro-life groups

US anti-abortion activists, describing themselves as ‘journalists,’ have been campaigning across the historically Catholic country, calling on Irish citizens to vote ‘no’ to repealing the 8th amendment. If the referendum passes, it would pave the way for liberalizing the country’s strict abortion laws. Amnesty Intl risks criminal probe after taking Soros funds for pro-abortion campaign […]

Early Religion of the Irish: Sun Worship

By James Bonwick (1894) Irish Druids And Old Irish Religions WHATEVER the earlier savage races may have thought of religion, if they thought at all about it, those who came after, with more or less touch of civilization, were led, in Ireland, as elsewhere, to contemplate Deity in the Sun. Sun-worship may have superseded other […]

‘Expel the Israeli ambassador’: Irish FM blasted for double standards over Gaza and Skripal case

Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Simon Coveney expelled a Russian diplomat in March following Britain’s claim that Russia was behind the poisoning of double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury, England. The decision faced pushback from many in Ireland who claimed it was a hasty move, made before any evidence was […]

Defiant Irishman Critiques TedX Talk on Re-Defining The Look of the Irish

Imagine if you were to go to Africa and lecture them on how racist they are for not accepting you as an authentic African. Why are so many people going along with this insanity? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DByAprk84KM Source Article from http://www.renegadetribune.com/defiant-irishman-critiques-tedx-talk-on-re-defining-the-look-of-the-irish/ 00 Hits: 0

The Importance of Horse Racing to The Irish Economy

Horse racing, as everyone knows, is big business in Ireland. You could even go as far as calling it a hub of the thoroughbred industry, even though the country itself only has a population of around 4.8 million. It’s estimated that nearly 30,000 people are working within the horse racing […]

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