Easter Rising Commemorations 2018

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The 1916 Rising was one of the greatest moments of the human spirit. It stands with the greatest feats of Classical Greece as a new departure in human history. It's importance to world history far outshines WW1, which was really just an old world destroying itself without any idea of what might come in its place. The 1916 Rising was, above all, a work of art. It transcended the Liberal politics of its day, and continues to transcend any Liberal dispensation. It calls out eternally to a new beginning for Ireland and for Europe. That calling has not yet been answered, not really answered, but we all hear it and many of us do want to answer. Want the strength and the discipline to answer.





 

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Gerry Adams last tweet last night was about how he was dreaming of his Easter Egg in the morning. This on a day when an Easter 1916 Commemoration had been attacked by British Occupation Forces and an old woman beaten by them. Does this not show the senility of Adams, and of his whole Shame Féin organisation? Now he has passed leadership of his party on to Mary Lou McDonald - a middle class Liberal, who's only concerns are Liberal concerns like gay marriage and making sure babies don't get in the way of consumer choice.

Shame Féin hung a badly drawn portrait of Martin McGuinness in Stormont Castle recently to make their claim to a stake in British rule in Ireland. They have loyally administered British rule in Ireland for many years now, and have been well paid for it. Don't let the business about the Irish language act distract you, most Shame Féin members don't even bother to learn Irish. And an Irish language act would not decrease British occupation in Ireland by one iota. Even after the latest atrocity by British Crown Occupation Forces in Lurgan, Shame Féin will continue to loyally uphold British policing of Irish people. Shame Féin is a degenerate and senile party of dotards. The few decent people who are left in it will soon by gone and it will be left to servile trash like Mary Lou.
 
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"Gerry Adams last tweet last night was about how he was dreaming of his Easter Egg in the morning."
colonel, this lad, on the 100th anniversary last year, brought out a book of tweets with a photo of himself and a goat on the front. nothing surprises me after that.
 
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"Gerry Adams last tweet last night was about how he was dreaming of his Easter Egg in the morning."
colonel, this lad, on the 100th anniversary last year, brought out a book of tweets with a photo of himself and a goat on the front. nothing surprises me after that.
Today is April Fools Day!!:D

 
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The Sinn Féin Lord Mayor of Dublin was bragging about the 'grant aid' that the
'1916 Groups' were getting.....

Another racket?
 

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Behold the face of Éireann in 2018. Beaten and brutalized by her enemies. Her children under threat of the abortionist's abattoir. On the brink of tears - but holding back - as she has held back the tears though 800 years of murder, genocide and Holocaust. And yet, that look of defiance in her broken face - that precious look of defiance that has stirred the hearts of Patriots - and stuck fear into the heart of tyrants. This, Dear Comrades, is the face of our mother.

 

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British police attack 1916 commemoration in Lurgan, Co Armagh

British police attack 1916 commemoration in Lurgan, Co Armagh In a statement Republican Sinn Féin said on March 31:

Today, the mask has truly slipped from the sectarian police in Occupied Ireland. At approximately 12 noon today (March 31, 2018) the British colonial police, the RUC/PSNI attacked a commemoration in Lurgan, Co Armagh, Occupied Ireland.
In their rush to attack the colour party they knocked over an elderly frail woman, and they arrested and assaulted members and supporters of Sinn Féin. Such was the zeal to arrest and attack people concerned with the injured woman they refused demands to call an ambulance or permit some people to attend to her.

The venom of this unwarranted attack shone a bright light on the lie that there is a new police force in Occupied Ireland. It is clear that while they have changed the name, it is the same style of policing, the same anti-Irish agenda that is practised by this paramilitary police force.

The anger on the ground amongst those living in Kilwilkie and Republicans across Ireland in palpable, and rightly so. For over 100 years we have commemorated our patriot dead of 1916. We do so with dignity and we will continue to do so. We call on all Republicans the length and breadth of Ireland to come out and support all commemorations for the remainder of the weekend.

We particularly ask that as many as possible come to the commemorations in the Occupied Six Counties. Let the British ministers, the paramilitary police and those who support them know: we will continue to commemorate our patriot dead, we will continue to oppose the normalisation of the occupation. We know sooner rather than later we will have a United Ireland, a free and fair Ireland.

We would like to take this time to thank our comrades and the community who stood their ground with us today as best they could. We would also like to thanks all of our comrades who have sent us solidarity, please know it is mutual and we appreciate it. Today we can say we seen the strength of republicanism. Do not use this day to criticise fellow republicans but to resist British Rule in Ireland.

Críoch

British police attack 1916 commemoration in Lurgan, Co Armagh
 
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