Author Archives: Fools Crow

About Fools Crow

Gabriel Donohoe is a Writer and Natural Health Therapist who lives in Co. Louth, Ireland. He sometimes uses the name “Fools Crow”, in honour of a Lakota holy man and healer who dedicated his life to his people and to all of humankind. Website: Wakan tanka nici un mitakola (Walk in Peace, My Friends).

Our Enemy, The State: 1, How The State Tyrannizes Its People

by Gabriel Donohoe [This is the first of two articles on how ‘The State’ subjugates and swindles its own people by imposing austerity, fear, and fraud upon them. The first article propounds that ‘The State’ is a criminal enterprise which … Continue reading

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Massacre At Wounded Knee

by Gabriel Donohoe Today, the United States is universally condemned for killing and maiming untold numbers of innocent civilians in drone attacks in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Syria, Libya, Somalia, Yemen and other countries. This is not a recent phenomenon. Since its … Continue reading

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Ben Gilroy….Love him or Loath him….he is filling a void that undoubtably exists

Ben Gilroy is a stalwart Irishman indeed… But the author of this piece, Austin Byrne, is also a true Irishman who has helped many people too. His modesty won’t allow him to say that.

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“Dear Plonker” (Book Review – Humour)

by Gabriel Donohoe If you are not one to laugh out loud when you are reading, here’s a book guaranteed to provoke a belly laugh. But be careful where you settle down to read it. Loud guffawing may bring you … Continue reading

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The Lusitania: Another Bankster Outrage?

by Gabriel Donohoe (Re-posted from a blog one year ago) On this day 100 years ago, May 7th, 1915, a German U-boat sunk the RMS Lusitania off the southern Irish coast with the loss of 1,195 lives, including 128 Americans. … Continue reading

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(A Sonnet In Commemoration of Bobby Sands, M.P., who died while on hunger-strike on this day, May 5th, 1981.) By Gabriel Donohoe He sinks, brain addled, into his waterbed Not moving, lest the brittle bones should crack. Before the dawn … Continue reading

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Andrew Jackson: The Man Who Killed The Bank

by Gabriel Donohoe 200 years ago today, January 8th, 1815, the 17 day battle for the strategic port city of New Orleans ended in a decisive victory for the American forces under the command of General Andrew Jackson. It is … Continue reading

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