A Global View

A Global View

(Pictured above right to left: M. P. Walsh on O’Connell Street, Dublin, with Iceland’s all inspiring revolutionary, Hordur Thorason 15.9.13) It is not only the honourable citizens of Ireland in my opinion that need to unite, but the honourable inhabitants of the entire planet, and take back control of our world’s destiny from the minority elite, and dictators, who exploit the earth, its resources and us, for their own selfish aims. Long live the internet revolution. M. P. Walsh...
A True Republic

A True Republic

(Pictured left to right: Carole Watson-Purcell and M. P. Walsh on O’Connell Street, Dublin) A true republic from my perspective would be a united sovereign nation who would look out for one another, and who would insist on accountability of their political system and its institutions for the benefit of their country, and all of their fellow citizens.   M. P. Walsh...
A Paradox

A Paradox

It is impossible to understand the vocalised passion to see a bloody football being kicked around a field, while at the same time remaining completely indifferent to the suffering of so many of our fellow citizens. I am as passionate about sports as anyone, but it is about priorities for christ sake. The truth can be ignored, but it can never be denied. Homelessness. Poverty. Suicide. Evictions. Unemployment. Erosion of sovereignty. Undermining of constitution. Failed health care. Failed child care. Failed elderly care. Littered strewn streets and rivers. Etc. Etc. Etc. Urgent reform and accountability is required in our legal, political, financial, and medical institutions, and the directive for that change can only come from a truly sovereign and united people, with high standards of expectations, which we must become. M. P. Walsh...
Home Coming

Home Coming

(Pictured above left to right: Monica Cullen, M. P. Walsh, Hordur Thorason, outside Leinster House) This photo was taken on Molesworth Street, Dublin, at the homecoming of our over paid ministers who live in the land of far, far away, from reality that is, and prior to a failed attempt by some campaigners to get into Leinster House. But it is not in Leinster House that our problems lay, but in the apathy and indifference of the sovereign citizens of Ireland, and their complete refusal to hold our political system and its institutions to account for anything. M. P. Walsh...