Óró, sé do bheatha bhaile is one of the Irish rebel songs most admired by leftist internationalist ‘intellectuals’.
If they had a bit more of a knowledge of history they’d know that the original IRA were fiercely Catholic, that Irish volunteers fought for the ‘racist’ Boer Republics, that they were vocal in their deeply politically incorrect criticism of international banksters, and that this song is a battle hymn about fighting and defeating ‘foreigners’.
We look forward to the day when Ireland’s anti-Islamist forces, perhaps the ‘Irish Christian Army’, sing it as they drive the liberals and the new invaders into the sea!
To prove our point, here are the lyrics. What’s not to like?!
NOTE: There are more then 1700 groups in the world calling themselves 'Templars' or 'Knights Templar' which is a name they can freely use. KTI (Knights Templar International) however is not associated with any one of them and our Logos and Coat of Arms are protected by trademark registration.