Tag Archives: Michael Collins

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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Gerry Adams challenges party leaders to debate on Irish History

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD has challenged other political leaders to a debate about the past which rises above contrived outrage of the Irish establishment parties in recent days. Mr Adams said: “The issue of legitimacy is at the … Continue reading

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Kennedy vs.the Empire

  John F Kennedy vs. the Empire,  by  Anton Chaitkin The September 6, 2013 issue  of Executive Intelligence Review features a remarkable article commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of President Kennedy’s assassination. Here is an excerpt on “Kennedy’s Nationalism”: When Kennedy … Continue reading

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Tim Pat Coogan: Michael Collins’s expertise could have prevented economic meltdown

In this insightful article in today’s Irish Examiner, esteemed historian, Tim Pat Coogan, points out the complete failure of the current Irish Government to tackle the roots of the financial crisis and suggests that a genuinely patriotic leadership such as … Continue reading

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Tim Pat Coogan book tour canceled after visa refusal — Outrageous!

Best-selling nationalist author is denied visa to the United States by  NIALL O’DOWD, Irish Central founder Best selling author and historian Tim Pat Coogan has been forced to cancel a book tour in the U.S. for his new book ‘The … Continue reading

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Time to recognise the British hand behind all of Ireland’s woes

Memoir suggests British army at opening shots of Civil War BRITISH ARMY artillery crews were used to bombard the Four Courts in 1922 in the opening battle of the Civil War, according to a recently unearthed memoir. The revelation contradicts … Continue reading

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SILLY ENDA COVERBOY FOR TIME MAGAZINE

Irish political blogs, in disgust at the European edition of Time Magazine puffing up Enda Kenny, posted many Time Magazine cover stories of Adolph Hitler.  This apt comparison derives from the 1933 founding of Kenny’s Fine Gael Party, better known … Continue reading

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Sinn Fein’s Toibin: Roosevelt Saved U.S. with “The New Deal”, Not Austerity

“History demonstrates that if the United States was signed up to this treaty in the great depression Roosevelt’s New Deal would not have seen the light of day and the United States would not have been lifted out of the great depression.”
“If this government is comfortable with the idea of becoming provincial administrators accountable to Brussels then let them be honest. But that is not the vision of Sinn Féin. It was never the vision of Collins, Pearce or Connolly.” Continue reading

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Berlin Conference Address – “we must ensure that ‘austerity pact’ is firmly rejected”

Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to give just a brief address to introduce our group and to summarize the current political landscape in Ireland.  My name is Gene Douglas and I represent the LaRouche Irish Brigade.  We chose this title because … Continue reading

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