Michael Walsh
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Michael Walsh

Michael Walsh Liverpool born Irish poet and writer traces his Liverpool roots back to 1865. Michael’s paternal family background is Moville, Donegal, his maternal Wexford and Tipperary. Michael's father, Patrick, had fought in four conflicts before reaching his fortieth birthday. As a 18-year old guerrilla a reward was placed on his head by England’s Black and Tans. He also fought in the Irish War of Independence, Spanish Civil War, and RAF during World War Two.
On leaving school at 15 years of age Michael spent ten weeks at the Merchant Navy School for Sailors in Sharpness. During his years at sea he was to visit over 60 countries. Michael has since provided articles and columns for numerous magazines and international news media. In 2011 he was awarded 'Writer of the Year' by the publishers of Euro Weekly News, Europe's highest circulation free newspaper. He has authored, edited and ghosted over 60 book titles.

Essays

by Michael Walsh REGARDLESS of political persuasion, logic suggests all should be familiar with the most important speech of the 2oth century. Yet, it is unlikely that one in 10,000 people have heard of it, let alone read it. This suggests there are good reasons for these several additional blank pages…
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Essays

by Michael Walsh ONE DAY an awakened United States will emerge from the Jewish chrysalis. Pennsylvania Avenue will then perhaps be renamed Elizabeth Dilling Avenue. Today, slumbering in their Jewish shroud, few Americans have heard of a lady whose visage should replace the Statue of Liberty. Elizabeth…
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EssaysRadio

by Michael Walsh THE AMAZON book-burning fest has caused consternation and in some cases despair. As a consequence of Amazon sticking two fingers up at the public’s right to freedom of information, I will suffer financially. Yet, today I celebrate the hole that these on-the-ropes last-resort book…
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Essays

by Michael Walsh OCCASIONALLY I am asked when I left England. I reply that I never left England, England left me. It is difficult to pinpoint precisely when England first betrayed its peoples. Perhaps it was when the German cruise liner, MV Monte Rose, seized in 1945 as a prize of war, was used to ferry subsidised…
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Essays

by Michael Walsh AFTER YEARS of pressure, Israel has finally succeeded in coercing the world’s largest booksellers into submission. The flickering candles of honest history are now being snuffed out. Amazon-published books that dispute what George Orwell described as ‘the prevailing orthodoxy,’…
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Essays

by Michael Walsh Michael Walsh DURING MY 15-year leadership of the British National Socialist Movement life was rarely dull. Certainly, there was the tedium of routine; mailings, dealing with correspondence, working out strategies and responding to crisis. However, there were occasions when…
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Fiction

by Michael Walsh THE ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT trainee was blissfully unaware of the consternation spreading like a bush fire through the newsroom. If Toby heard the expressions of indignation he paid no attention. Angry and confused, the previous night’s date had promised faithfully to call him…
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Essays

The massive killing machine described here is the weapon now wielded by the Jewish power structure against all peoples who would be independent and free. by Michael Walsh WITH ITS staggering $692 billion war (defence) budget the U.S arms industry constitutes 43% of the world’s military expenditure.…
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Essays

by Michael Walsh WHEN TWO years ago the Russian-Jewish oligarch, Boris Nemtsov, was assassinated in Moscow, the justly-scorned “Western” media described the notorious playboy as “Putin’s opposition.” Yet in electoral terms the playboy oligarch was less popular…
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Essays

Those massive CIA and other “intelligence” agency budgets aren’t spent entirely on porn and prostitutes; expect more false flags in order to manipulate us into supporting the Jewish oligarchs’ wars.
by Michael Walsh THE DOWNING of the Malaysian airliner MH17 over Ukraine…
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