Jackie Healy-Bublé writes:
Here’s a little song and video I put together for the week that’s in it: If Pádraic Pearse rose up out of his grave today, what would he think of modern Ireland? And, more importantly, what would modern Ireland think of him?
Lads, wasn’t Pearse a small bit of a, like, paedo?
He would most definitely try to procure a boy
If you repeat a lie often enough, does that make it true? No evidence for this lie, in the slightest.
what would he think of all the young tracksuited fellas walking around the city centre with one hand down their jocks and one eye looking for a bike to nick….
This shows an *amazing* lack of knowledge about Pearse – for instance, St Enda’s was bilingual, and Pearse did not force Irish on anyone – listen to someone who actually knew him, Desmond Ryan:
Dimwitted revisionists should do a bit of research.
Tired of the 1916 crap
Then emigrate you bottomhole.
He’d likely join Renua, while having a thing for Jack Chambers….
Still can’t fathom why he’s held in higher regard than Grattan, O’Connell, Parnell, Redmond, Griffith, Collins or even the much neglected WT Cosgrave (of gravestone vandalism last week) in our pantheon of national figures
WT Cosgrave was a right-wing pile of scum.
That song is tripe on many levels.