Tag Archives: Arthur Griffith

Gerry Adams’ Blog “The Good Old IRA”

Léargas by Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams Friday, November 7, 2014 The Good Old IRA Last Saturday was the anniversary of the execution by the British of 18 year old Kevin Barry. He was hanged on November 1st 1920. Kevin Barry … Continue reading

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Sinn Fein Wins Big in Ireland: Revolt Against Austerity upends Irish Politics

Last week, elections for all the local councils and for the European Parliament in both parts of Ireland upended the monopoly of the three establishment parties which have dominated Ireland for nine decades. Sinn Féin made huge, dramatic gains, and … Continue reading

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‘Shindependents Day’ as political landscape is transformed

From Irish Republican News “Something profound has happened in the people’s attitudes to politics,” said Sinn Fein deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald, as results came in across the 26 Counties on Saturday. “Sinn Fein has not has this strength since … Continue reading

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Just Why Does Ireland Insist On Being The Loyal Slave Of Empire, Even As The Empire Itself Collapses?

The behavior of Fianna Fail and the Fine Gael/Labour Party coalition government can best be understood after reading that Guardian report where the son of Otto von Hapsburg lets the cat out of the EU bag. We hear of FF … Continue reading

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The New York Times (Aug 13 1922) Reports the Death of Arthur Griffith

The final paragraph is especially note worthy.  Read the report from the New York Times archive

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FRIEDRICH LIST AND THE “AMERICAN SYSTEM” OF ECONOMY

As stated in the article by Executive Intelligence Review’s Paul Gallagher, posted earlier on this site [The American System vs. British Geopolitics in Ireland], Arthur Griffith was a student of the great German national economist Friedrich List, who brought the … Continue reading

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ARTHUR GRIFFITH — THE TRUTH

An eloquent and fitting tribute to Arthur Griffith by his colleague on the Sinn Féin Executive, historian and Irish Language revivalist, P. S. O’Hegarty.  From his book written in 1917 and entitled “Sinn Féin – An Illumination”, here follows the … Continue reading

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The American Revolution in Ireland: Franklin’s Irish Front

Continuing our series in tribute to the Father of the Irish Nation, Arthur Griffith, the following article by LPAC editor, Matthew Ogden, outlines the historic alliance between the patriotic forces of America and Ireland and describes the method – American System … Continue reading

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In Memory of Arthur Griffith – The American System vs. British Geopolitics in Ireland

To mark the anniversary of the death of the father of our Irish Republic, Arthur Griffith, 90 years ago today, we present a series of articles from the LaRouche Movement’s archives which give the essential insight into Griffith’s policies, his … Continue reading

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Time to remember Griffith’s role in pursuit of Irish liberty

BRIAN MAYE The Sinn Féin founder created the political philosophy that enabled the dream to be realised ARTHUR GRIFFITH died suddenly 90 years ago tomorrow. He was the man who founded Sinn Féin and led the Dáil delegation to London … Continue reading

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