Monthly Archives: April 2017

ON THIS DATE (26TH APRIL) 272 YEARS AGO : ‘LORD’ KILLED BY A DRAGO(O)N’S ‘STING’. ‘Positive and overbearing, Changeful still and still adhering, Spiteful, peevish, rude, untoward, Fierce in tongue, in heart a coward. Judgement weak and passion strong, Always … Continue reading

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A WANNABE ‘BOARD MEMBER’. Four drunken members of the British ‘establishment’ in Ireland turn on each other – karma?….a loud shrill voice and a baby beast…a peerless ceo and boardroom, as perceived by one who hopes to join the ‘board’…an … Continue reading

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EASTER MONDAY COMMEMORATION, DUBLIN, 17TH APRIL 2017. RSF President Des Dalton, speaking at the RSF Easter Monday Commemoration (17th April 2017) in O’Connell Street, Dublin. The main RSF Easter Commemoration in Dublin this year was held on Easter Monday (17th … Continue reading

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EASTER IN THE 6, THE 26, AND NEW YORK, FOR 2017. The main RSF Easter Commemoration in Dublin will be held on Easter Monday, 17th April 2017 – details here – but, if you can’t get to that one, then … Continue reading

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GPO (DUBLIN) PICKET IN SUPPORT OF REPUBLICAN POW GABRIEL MACKLE. This statement was issued almost one year ago by the POW Department of Republican Sinn Féin – ‘POW assaulted in Maghaberry : on Tuesday, April 12, 2016, Republican Sinn Féin … Continue reading

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VANDALISED BY A POLITICALLY IGNORANT NATIONALIST… A reader in the South-East of Ireland has contacted us to ask if we could highlight a recent incident of vandalism concerning an Irish republican monument which she, respectfully, walks past twice each day. … Continue reading

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