RSF TO PUBLICLY REMEMBER EAMONN CEANNT.
“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 piper, a member of the IRB Military Council and a signatory of the 1916 Proclamation. He was stationed in the South Dublin Union during the Rising of 1916. As a member of the Provisional Government he was executed by the British Army in Kilmainham Gaol on May 8th 1916.
A Republican Commemoration to honour Éamonn Ceannt will be held in the Crumlin area of Dublin , in a 42-acre park named after the man, on Sunday August 17th 2008. Those attending are asked to assemble at ‘Superquinn’ on the Sundrive Road at 12.45PM.
We know why that particular administration would be interested in us ie they would view that which we represent [Irish Republicanism] as a threat . However – could we ask you , the reader, to do something likewise and tell Mick why it is that you like us !