Didn’t think I’d end up asking any questions or talking much at the UL #CrisisJournalism conference, being a lowly blogger. But ya know, instinctive decisions an all particularly when Dobbo makes a joke about having to declare an interest in the University while skeletons are … Continue reading Its not for you.
‘Why do you use a food bank?’ asked the nice, well meaning, well spoken senior policy adviser from the ‘left leaning’ think tank, over coffee, paid for by another senior policy adviser. For once lost for words I mumbled something about not having any food … Continue reading Why do you use a food bank?
Analyzing our surroundings and understanding how economic, social and political power works is something we all have a right and a responsibility to do as citizens. Sorry to be the one to break it to the Fintan O’Toole and the ‘dignity of labour’ brigade but it is in no way restricted to the chattering class, that’s kinda the point of democracy.
the Big House is the concept of autonomy, Django is Ireland. LeoDiC is those multinationals and foreign direct investment.
Sam Jackson is Cormac Lucey, or any member of the governments team, its a mindset which gets you places, just remember yours and you’ll be fine.
This first of many blog posts on one of middle Ireland’s increasingly frantic attempts to distract themselves from them epiphany slaps along dat long, slow descent into existential crisis that is waking up to the effects of austerity and all those structural reforms. Structural reforms: … Continue reading Gullers Travels goes to Kilkenomics: Da politics of political inclusion
Going all in with the chip on my shoulder, takin’ aim at the officer class sending us over the top with economic policy. Dragged up in Darndale with a mind choppin up ur beliefs like its butchers meat combo moves of non sequiturs, resentment an … Continue reading Ya Picked the wrong prole to fuck with
Carrickmines offered a lens on the hidden and often unseen things that make Irish society tick. What we saw was not an aberration. The government and most journalists, too busy fawning over the fears and aspirations of high net worths and ‘top earners’, never get … Continue reading Monetise your racism and life in a captured state