…with a six-parter, including a piece on an explanation issued by the IRA over forty years ago as to why it had carried out a particular operation abroad in which a British “decorated war hero” was targeted.

That operation ‘stung’ the military and political ‘Establishments’ in this country and in Britain, and in the country in which it happened, and reminded the world that ‘Ireland unfree would never be at peace’.

We’ll have a few paragraphs on an Irishman who built a political career for himself ‘in the service of the crown’ but came back to earth when he came up against a horse who wouldn’t play ball with him, and we quote from a ‘Secret’ memo compiled on the man by Free State operatives in the early 1970’s.

In one of our other four pieces we’ll be looking at how the Irish, among others, took crude advantage of fellow Irishmen and women, in the mid-19th century, who were attempting to make a new life for themselves in America – nothing to be proud of, but a warning, perhaps, for those being forced to emigrate from this corrupt State today…

Check back with us on Wednesday, 22nd March 2023, if ya can – meanwhile, you can keep up with my ramblings on Twitter and Facebook as well!

Thanks for reading – see ya on the 22nd!


About 11sixtynine

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