DUP councilor berates Arlene Foster for “publicly flouting Lord’s Day”

Posted By: June 26, 2018

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus Arnold Joseph Toynbee (1889-1975) one of the most eminent English historians explained how  England used the Bible in its genocidal, racist,  and —after the English Reformation— anti-Catholic oppression of Ireland.Sadly, today there is still a residue of that deep-seated anti-Catholic bigotry in a significant section […]

Caledon “squat” was seed that fell on well-prepared Civil Rights ground

Posted By: June 26, 2018

Michael McLoughlin Dungannon Councilor 1967-1993.   Letters to Editor.Irish News. Belfast. Tuesday, June 26, 2018Seamus McKinney’s article (June 18) on the ‘trigger’ impact of the 1968 Caledon ‘Squat’ on the 1968 Civil Rights Campaign is a factual account of the incident, a rehearsal of a well-told ‘story’ but the account misses the point that to use a biblical analogy, the incident was […]

Inquiry raises serious doubts about the parties’ ability to run Northern Ireland’s affairs

Posted By: June 25, 2018

Irish Congressional Briefing Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus The Irish Times view on the cash-for-ash scandal: Breathtaking incompetenceWhen she was a minister in Stormont, Arlene Foster introduced the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme regulations and had it passed by the Northern Assembly. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire Irish Times. Editorial. Dublin. Monday, June 25, 2018.    The litany of […]

“Brexit is pushing Ireland closer to UNIFICATION” – Irish politician’s triumphant boast

Posted By: June 23, 2018

RISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed by Irish National Caucus “Ever since the 1920 British Government of Ireland Act —which artificially created a pro-British majority by ripping the  Six Counties of Northern Ireland away from the other 26 Counties of Ireland— the British Government and the Unionists/Loyalist/Protestants have defended this gerrymander by claiming the ‘majority wanted it.’ […]

Anniversary of execution of 20 Irish Molly Maguires, biggest federal execution ever

Posted By: June 22, 2018

  James O’Shea @IrishCentral Thursday, June 21, 2018 On this day, June 21, in 1877, the execution of the Molly Maguires began.  It was the largest mass execution of any group by the US federal government in history. Between 1877 and 1879, 20 Irishmen known as the Molly Maguires, a labor movement working and organizing […]

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