Celtic’s French Connection: Deeper Than You Think

In the new academic text by Stephen Millar, 'Sounding Dissent: Rebel Songs, Resistance and Irish Republicanism', Millar alludes to the work of Eric Hobsbawm, one of the 20thC's great Marxist academics, more than once. To the Tim community who are sympathetic to the Republican cause, the following passage is of particular importance. 'The French Revolution … Continue reading Celtic’s French Connection: Deeper Than You Think

Handsome Tom Maley and the Green and White of Bradford

The vast majority of Tim minded folk would have stuck their money on the answer to the following statement emphatically being Celtic. Statement: Name the club that Tom Maley was involved with from their earliest of times who are wearers of the green and white and sport an extremely unique and important history.  The answer … Continue reading Handsome Tom Maley and the Green and White of Bradford

The Celtic Way: NO to Lazio Fascisti and NO to Anti Irish Racism

F**K fascism and F**K racism! I dare say that all of the green and white of Glasgow with good in their hearts are in utter solidarity with this sentiment. Conscious racism and xenophobia, which are two pivotal supporting beams to this structure of hate, have no place in any society.   A fortnight ago there was … Continue reading The Celtic Way: NO to Lazio Fascisti and NO to Anti Irish Racism

Republican Flute Bands, Media Manipulation and Anti Sectarianism

Recent Republican Marches in Glasgow and the 'Counter Protests' In Govan, Glasgow, on the 30th August 2019 there was witnessed a splutter of so called 'counter protest activism' against a licensed and legitimate peaceful procession of Irish Unity marchers. A march which included the James Connolly Republican Flute Band, the first ever in Scotland, and … Continue reading Republican Flute Bands, Media Manipulation and Anti Sectarianism

The Bold Betty McAllister and Calton Memories

Whether it's the radical history of the area and its striking weavers or its infamy in relation to the pioneering Tongs Ya Bass or perhaps because of the once bustling blackmarket bazaar culture of The Barras, the Calton is palpable with a rich social history which shames most quarters of Glasgow and beyond. One of … Continue reading The Bold Betty McAllister and Calton Memories