Posts By William Wall

Savaged by a Sheep

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I woke early this morning and, as always on such occasions, my conscience got to me – atheists have notoriously active consciences. I’m inclined to think I may have wronged poor Davie Adams. An Dorcha…

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Why They Will Die

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Every time we hear a minister, an economist or a journalist talking about the economic catastrophe, we hear them talk about the pain to be suffered by the tax-payer. We should listen carefully to the…

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A NEW PROCLAMATION

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Poblacht na h ÉireannTM The Temporary Government To the people of Anglo-IrelandTM. IRISHMEN AND IRISHWOMEN: In the name of Mammon and of the dead generations from which she receives her old tradition of subservience, we…

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From In The Museums

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From In The Museums in the money museum they have the skeleton of a fund manager his joints are wired like nature he articulates perfectly above our heads he swings like a fiscal acrobat over…

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The Pipe

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Risteard O’Dohmnaill’s film The Pipe encapsulates the balance of power in this shambolic republic – on the one hand the not inconsiderable determination and strength both personal and communal of ordinary people, and on the…

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Armageddon Sunday morning

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Armageddon Sunday morning & to the angel of the church in Pergamos write; These things saith he which hath the sharp sword with two edges King James Version, Revelation, 2.12 I dream of the collapse…

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Brand Ireland

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Wall supports Brand Ireland Following on recent calls by An Taoiseach Brian Cowen and journalist Enda O’Doherty for Irish writers to ‘do the state some service’ (and leaving aside the fact that the first man…

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