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“Parallels in struggle” by Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams

From his Léargas blog. Last week I had a moment to myself and settled down for the evening to watch Django Unchained. It’s a Quentin Tarantino movie. It is very violent. But it is also a powerful anti-racist movie in … Continue reading

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Spies and Spooks: The same old story

By Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams from his blog Léargas As long as Britain has been involved in Ireland it has bought or cajoled or intimidated some people into acting as their eyes and ears, their spies and spooks, and advocates. … Continue reading

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Collusion – Britain’s Shameful Record on Human Rights

by Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams from his blog Léargas The British establishment knows something about hypocrisy and brass-necked politics. Especially when it comes to Ireland. This week was a case in point. The British media extensively covered the celebration … Continue reading

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A Scandal at the Heart of Government

Posted: 30 Apr 2015 03:12 AM PDT on Léargas Following the economic crash eight years ago two toxic banks in the 26 counties – Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Nationwide – were amalgamated into the state owned Irish Bank Resolution … Continue reading

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Gerry Adams on Rory’s Law

From his blog -Léargas .. I fist met Rory Staunton when he was a baby. He is the son of Ciaran and Orlaith Staunton. Ciaran is from County Mayo and Orlaith from Louth. Ciaran is the co-founder of the Irish … Continue reading

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Gerry Adams’ Blog: Referendum a Pyrrhic Victory for Government

In an earlier European campaign 2000 years ago King Pyrrhus of Epirus suffered such heavy casualties at the hands of the Romans that his apparent military victories ultimately led to his defeat. Out of that experience the phrase pyrrhic victory … Continue reading

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Through NAMA, Irish citizens may foot the bill for destruction of 1916 Easter Rising site

Article by Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams. The National Monument that is 14-17 Moore Street in Dublin is a disgrace. It and the terrace it is part of are a derelict slum. It is an insult to the memory of those … Continue reading

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