Volk’s tongues are waggin’

The Gaels, of course, have a long tradition of bringing God and civilisation to our less refined European neighbours.

20th November, 2010

The Gaels, of course, have a long tradition of bringing God and civilisation to our less refined European neighbours.

And so it is appropriate in these most turbulent of times that we take time out from considering our troubles to cast cultured glances across the wasser to check that, whatever hardship faces us, we hold fast to the values of our fore vaters.

Such as preserving the first national language - which the Dáil spent...

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