Archive for Foul Stench of Religion

Silence equals appeasement equals acquiescence!

I heard on the radio, about the deliberate vandalism of a Mosque in Galway. How the Muslim community there were left “terrified.”

This incident has prompted this blog, lest too much misdirected emotion or cattle calls of Islamophobia, begin to …

“Educated” (to a point) by Tara Westover: A personal Review

This riveting written treat, has engrossed me for the past few weeks.

It is a powerful evocative memoir, skillfully put together, with words that impress themselves on your mind and descriptions that haunt!

I cannot help being a little annoyed …

Pope Francis – The leader of the gang is coming!

I found myself in the very unusual position of defending the visit of Pope Francis next Sunday in Ireland at the market in Inchicore.

It was not going to be open next week, due to widespread road closures, that are …

Ireland finally wakes up to the abortion issue!

I’m delighted with the results on Saturday. The most important thing for me, is that no longer can groups like the Iona institute and Youth Defence pretend to talk for the majority of Irish people.

Their support is fading thankfully, …

Wake up Ireland to the dangers of Islam!

Reading “Nomad” by Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a powerful writer whose words are enriched and strengthened by having been born into the Muslim world.

This most primitive ideology, which has never experienced any kind of reformed thought, or the rigours of …

Calling out mandated bloodlust does not equal Islamophobia

Reading “Heretic” by Ayaan Hirsi Ali and her words are all the more powerful coming from someone born into the Islamic tradition.

Even though she is now an apostate and scripturally worthy of being sentenced to death in whatever manner …

Mother Teresa-the gutter loving “saint”

In the aftermath of all the pomp and ceremony that the Vatican can lavish on this little nun from Albania, I have started researching the merits of such grandiose devotion.

Even though countless millions flowed into her order, while she …

Mamie Cadden-An abortionist in De Valera’ Ireland

Going through, my groaning bookshelves, full of unread books last night, I came across a book about a backstreet abortionist called Mamie Cadden.

To my surprise, this was a very Irish story, of what life was like for pregnant women …

The French lead the world again in saying “non” to Muslim absurdities

I’m so happy that the French have upheld their Burkini ban, but I’m somewhat stunned that so many civil liberty groups are opposing it.

Well, I suppose the only good thing is that they are getting some vitamin d into …

Gay subculture in Maynooth seminary—what a shocker!

As far as I’m concerned the only real shock is that they were/are so blatant about using sites like Grindr for casual hookups.

Lets face it, they are not intending to meet other guys on that site, to discuss the …