Compulsory Irish has failed in the Republic, at huge cost to taxpayers






The ideological training of a country’s children through language enforcement was tried in the Republic of Ireland; now this policy is to be foisted on the people of Northern Ireland. Robin Bury considers the history of this attempt to reprogramme an English-speaking people, the great cost, its underlying ideology, and why it will fail again in the future.

Robin Bury, 8 July 2017, News Letter > Read full News Letter article here

Also > Belfast Telegraph: If you want to see true cost of an Irish Language Act, look to Canada