Monthly Archives: August 2007

REMEMBERING THE HUNGER-STRIKERS….

<img src="1981-2007. Bobby Sands, Belfast , 66 days, 5 May 1981. Frank Hughes , Bellaghy (Derry) , 59 days, 12 May 1981. Raymond McCreesh , South Armagh , 61 days, 21 May 1981. Patsy O Hara , Derry , 61 … Continue reading

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STREET TALK/ LIBERATION/ EVICTIONS.

<img src=" STREET TALK ……. The name Tony Gregory was virtually unheard of outside Dublin before 1982 when he was elected to Leinster House as an independent in Dublin Central , a post he still holds . He made the … Continue reading

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REPUBLICAN COMMEMORATION…

<img src=" Eamonn Ceannt:1881-1916. “I shall die, like a man, for Ireland’s sake.” -note written by Éamonn Ceannt to his wife, May 7th, 1916 , the day before he was executed by the British . Éamonn Ceannt was an uileann … Continue reading

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STREET TALK/LIBERATION/KERRY DEATH.

<img src=" STREET TALK ……. The name Tony Gregory was virtually unheard of outside Dublin before 1982 when he was elected to Leinster House as an independent in Dublin Central , a post he still holds . He made the … Continue reading

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REPUBLICAN COMMEMORATION…..

<img src=" Eamonn Ceannt:1881-1916. “I shall die, like a man, for Ireland’s sake.” -note written by Éamonn Ceannt to his wife, May 7th, 1916 , the day before he was executed by the British . Éamonn Ceannt was an uileann … Continue reading

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STREET TALK/LIBERATION/KERRY DEATH.

<img src=" STREET TALK ……. The name Tony Gregory was virtually unheard of outside Dublin before 1982 when he was elected to Leinster House as an independent in Dublin Central , a post he still holds . He made the … Continue reading

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REPUBLICAN COMMEMORATION…

<img src=" Eamonn Ceannt:1881-1916. “I shall die, like a man, for Ireland’s sake.” -note written by Éamonn Ceannt to his wife, May 7th, 1916 , the day before he was executed by the British . Éamonn Ceannt was an uileann … Continue reading

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STREET TALK/LIBERATION/KERRY DEATH.

<img src=" STREET TALK . The name Tony Gregory was virtually unheard of outside Dublin before 1982 when he was elected to Leinster House as an independent in Dublin Central , a post he still holds . He made the … Continue reading

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“OPPRESSION , STATUED AS ‘LAW’…”

<img src=" ‘Irish law —A considerable amount of testimony might be produced to prove that the Irish were and are peculiarly a law-loving people; but, in the words of the writer above-quoted, “a people cannot be expected to love and … Continue reading

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MacSWINEY/LIBERATION/KERRY DEATH.

<img src=" TERENCE MACSWINEY SAID. From ‘The United Irishman’ newspaper, January 1958 . ” England’s chief weapon in her long struggle with Ireland is the English lie . Every Irish Nationalist knows this . Every Irish Nationalist ought to know … Continue reading

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