Tag Archives: British colonialism

Armed resistance was only path many saw open following attacks on Civil Rights Movement – Adams

Sinn Fein Leader Gerry Adams TD has said that following the introduction of internment without trial in the North in 1971, armed resistance was the only path that many saw open to them, adding that this included members of the … Continue reading

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Profile in Courage • Snowden Declares: My Oath Was To The Constitution

In a lengthy, two-day interview with Barton Gellman of the Washington Post, Edward Snowden gave a powerful and patriotic defense of his actions in disclosing the NSA’s massive surveillance programs. As for his violating any oath of secrecy, Snowden noted … Continue reading

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Ireland, Sir William Petty, and British “Population Studies”: Ask the Irish About British “Population Theories”

by Paul Gallagher Printed in the American Almanac, January, 16, 1995 The worst evils against human dignity and national sovereignty cover themselves as “population policies” and “expert population studies.” Such “population studies,” by bodies like the U.S. National Security Council, … Continue reading

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The Unfinished Mission of Nelson Mandela

To the People of the Republic of South Africa December 6, 2013 THE UNFINISHED MISSION OF NELSON MANDELA Written & distributed by Ramasimong “Phillip” Tsokolibane; ramasimongt@hotmail.com When a great man passes—and Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was a great man—there is a … Continue reading

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“A damning indictment of the government’s policy on the Irish language”: Pearse Doherty

Sinn Féin Finance Spokesperson Pearse Doherty T.D. has said that the decision of the Irish Language Commissioner, Seán Ó Cuirreáin,to resign is a damning indictment the government’s policy on the Irish language. The government’s response to this resignation has been … Continue reading

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“It is a very dark day for the Irish language”: Senator Trevor Ó Clochartaigh

Senator Trevor Ó Clochartaigh has said that the decision of the Language Commissioner, Seán Ó Cuirreáin, to announce his resignation today on a point of principle, is a damning indictment of the Governments Irish language policy. The Commissioner made his … Continue reading

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Genocide lobby ready to kill to save WTO

A meeting in Bali of the WTO is trying to force through a free trade agreement in a desperate effort to save the moribund Doha Round — and perhaps to save the WTO itself from a long overdue demise. India … Continue reading

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