Dublin’s tiger heard in Portlaoise…an 11-day ‘gap’ in a chain of custody…’transformers’ in Long Kesh… “the right (to obtain the republican objective) is inalienable and non-judicable and must never be put in issue through referendum of a section of population nor of the people of the country at large…” – Sinn Féin, 1955….Ireland, 1921 – ”Three tenders carrying Auxiliary cadets, accompanied by an armoured car, approached the Dublin Customs House, which was occupied by a large body of Sinn Féiners…’ ….this Alderman was arrested by the British in May 1916 following the Easter Rising, and imprisoned in Frongoch, in Wales…’Inkgate’, Part Two, including rolls of sellotape, staples, pens, notepads etc…when ‘take it down from the mast’ is interpreted as support! Check back with us here on Wednesday, 25th May 2016..

Thanks for the visit, Sharon.



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A mother of three (and a Granny!) and a political activist , living in Dublin , Ireland.
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