Tag Archives: Letsgetalongerists

Friendship Is The First Casualty

They say that in War, the first casualty is Truth. I would say that in Civil War, the first casualty is Friendship. Back in the 1960s, it seemed everything was normal. From 1963 to 1970 I was on a scholarship … Continue reading

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“Selma”: LetsGetAlongerist Porn?

A new movie “Selma” tells the story of Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights movement. Although it is fair to say that the scale in the Old South was greater than in the North of Ireland, it is worth … Continue reading

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Scotland

The polls close in a few minutes. The Scottish Referendum. It FEELS Historic. It feels like the Night They Drove Old Dixie Down. Or maybe it isnt. Back in the 1960s, Scottish and Welsh Nationalism was confined to the “Celtic … Continue reading

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Norn Iron…The Musical

So….August. Its the Silly Season and over on Slugger O’Toole , Mick Fealty is making his annual appeal for a new flag for Norn Iron. Something with which we can all identify. I cant log in to Slugger and comment. … Continue reading

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Israel: Criticism is NOT Anti-Semitism

You dont have to travel far in Norn Iron to see that Nationalist-Republicans and Unionist-Loyalists take very different views on the Israel-Palestine Conflict. Are we taking sides as a kinda knee jerk reaction? Nationalists support Glasgow Celtic…and Palestine. Unionists support … Continue reading

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Resisting A “Normal” Society

I got an email today. Based on a comment I made on another message board, I am asked the question “Do you even WANT (my emphasis) a normal society?” Simple Question. Simple Answer. NO….NO I DONT WANT A NORMAL SOCIETY. … Continue reading

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St Pats For All…Except If You’re Irish

It is right and proper that Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered people take part in the St Patrick’s Day Parade in New York City. And right and proper that the Irish people here demonstrate to our American cousins that this … Continue reading

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