Tag Archives: Cabhair

THE IRISH REBEL WHO HELPED TO ESTABLISH A STILL-IN-EXISTENT MOB OF ORGANISED THIEVES.

THE REAL IRA…. “We will not disband.” Although on a permanent cease-fire, the RIRA say they will not be disbanding and would dump rather than surrender any weapons. By Liz Walsh. From ‘Magill’ magazine, October 1998. According to security sources, … Continue reading

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38 YEARS AGO TODAY : BURIED UNDER SIX FEET OF CONCRETE.

By Peadar O’Donnell ; first published in January 1963. Men from Clare came to see Father John, for the courts were on the rampage against defaulters there too. Sonny Breen and some others got the bright idea that they would … Continue reading

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CHARGING THE VICTIMS FOR THE BULLETS ?

By Peadar O’Donnell ; first published in January 1963. I was eager to light a fire on Paddy Hogan’s doorstep and here certainly were the makings : if I had a campaign headquarters anywhere outside ‘An Phoblacht’ offices it was … Continue reading

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CABHAIR LEAVES THE PITCH A WINNER !

CABHAIR RAFFLE ADDS TO THE MAYHEM OF A SPORTS-MAD SUNDAY AFTERNOON ! The Dubs and Chelsea , Spurs , Man United , Sunderland , Stoke City , Newcastle United , Man City and the local street bowlers (apologies if I’ve … Continue reading

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IRISH REPUBLICANS BENEFIT AS MANCHESTER PLAYS WITH ITSELF !

‘THERE WILL BE ANOTHER DAY…..’ By Peadar O’Donnell ; first published in January 1963. I spoke like I had a gale of wind in my back, and he just could not make up his mind what stand to take against … Continue reading

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A TRUSTED FREE STATER – AND IRA LEADER.

‘THERE WILL BE ANOTHER DAY…..’ By Peadar O’Donnell ; first published in January 1963. The Irish countryside never knew James Connolly , but it stirred the live embers of Fenian radicalism that was its own share of the natural tradition … Continue reading

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