Monthly Archives: January 2008

A SALUTE TO A HERO .

JANUARY 2008 : (C)IRA TRIBUTE TO DAN KEATING . In an action that Dan himself would have appreciated , armed Irish Republican Volunteers paid a fitting tribute to life-long Irish Republican Dan Keating, who died at the grand age of … Continue reading

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THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY / POLITICS OF REPRESSION/ RUC ATTACK MOURNERS.

(Unrelated Comment : Once again, we have ‘got our foot in the door’ : thanks to whoever it was ‘out there’ who put us forward for nomination – much appreciated ! Now we have to find a ‘Blog Awards Judge’ … Continue reading

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‘THE ELEPHANT IN THE CORNER…’

LIAM MELLOWS statue ,Eyre Square, Galway. Over the last few days a ‘war of words’, of sorts , has been entered into by Irish Republicans , who rightly objected to the mis-use of the above Commemorative statue by “an alliance … Continue reading

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BRIEF REPORT AND 3 PHOTOS ON 26 JAN ’08 BLOODY SUNDAY PICKET IN DUBLIN.

We publish three photographs of the ‘Bloody Sunday’ picket held in Dublin on Saturday 26th January 2008 – five more photos can be viewed on this thread and five more can be viewed here , on our ‘parent’ site , … Continue reading

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BLOODY SUNDAY COMMEMORATION 2008.

Turn the sound up for the next few minutes……. ……then read this! Sharon.

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CATHOLIC HIERARCHY / POLITICS OF REPRESSION / RUC ATTACK REPUBLICAN FUNERALS .

THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY – PROPPING-UP THE ORANGE STATE…….. At a press briefing on May 3rd, 1983, Bishop Cathal Daly declared that a vote for Sinn Fein was ‘a wasted vote’ , and that people should think seriously before risking being … Continue reading

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THE DESTRUCTION OF IRISH TRADE.

IRISH EVICTED FROM THEIR OWN LANDS… The early Irish were famous for their excellence in arts and crafts, especially for their wonderful work in metals, bronze, silver and gold. By the beginning of the 14th century trading ships were constantly … Continue reading

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