Ireland Loves

Is there any real consequence to our actions?

Newtons law would tell us, for every action, there is both an equal and opposite reaction.

But is this law exclusive to the sciences?

Does this include human nature?

Or even the nature of those in the position of power?

What if a series of actions led to a reaction so disproportionate to the others it defide logic?

What would be the effect of this on your life or those around you?

It is the life of a man born in Galway which answers these questions for us.

This is his story.


The music for this episode was written, preformed and produced by Ryhan O’Halloran.

The story was researched and scripted by Oran.

If you enjoyed this story and want to help support this podcast, you can buy us a coffee at www.buymeacoffee.com/wetheirish

We the Irish is an Ireland Loves production.




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We, The Irish, is a podcast is dedicated to Ireland’s history and stories which you might not be all too familiar with.

Ireland is a land of great people, and great stories, both of which get forgotten all too quickly.

We, The Irish looks to shares their stories and share the message of Ireland with the world.

We are small, be we are mighty


This podcast is an Ireland Loves Production.


The music for each episode is written, produced and preformed by the brilliant Ryhan O’Halloran.


You can support both Ryhan & Oran by donating a coffee to us at www.buymeacoffee.com/wetheirish



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