an excellent article ! Thank you
by Gabriel Donohoe
(This is a tribute to Michael Collins on the 92nd anniversary of his death and a speculation of what he might do if he were leader of Ireland today. It is a little long for the casual reader but the author hopes it stimulates discussion and debate as we try to find a way out of tyrannical governance towards a more equitable and benevolent way of living in this great land of wealth and abundance.)
“But we are led by the least among us – the least intelligent, the least noble,
the least visionary. We are led by the least among us and we do not fight…”
Terence McKenna, American writer and philosopher.
Ireland’s last three ‘leaders’, Kenny, Cowen, and Ahern, have steered the country into an abyss of desolation, debt slavery, and unpardonable loss of sovereignty. They have delivered the Irish people into poverty and…
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