Gerry Adams remembers “extraordinary” Jean Kennedy Smith

Posted By: June 19, 2020

Gerry Adams, the former president of Sinn Féin, offers his condolences on the passing of Jean Kennedy Smith, the former US Ambassador to Ireland.IrishCentral Staff@IrishCentral  Friday, June 19, 2020 Gerry Adams recalls the “pivotal” role Jean Kennedy Smith played in the Northern Ireland peace process.Editor’s Note: Jean Kennedy Smith, the former US Ambassador to Ireland, passed away in New York this week at the […]

Loyalists [Unionists/Protestants] take the knee poster “incitement to hatred”

Posted By: June 17, 2020

 This is the extreme right-wing, fascist, racist/sectarian and anti-Catholic pathology that England ‘ carefully fostered’ in Ireland for centuries, and upon which England created Northern Ireland by its 1920 Government of Ireland Act. Collusion. Collusion. Collusion.”—Fr. Sean McManus Loyalists’ take the knee poster ‘incitement to hatred’ By Michael McGlade. Ulster Herald. Monday, June 15, […]


Posted By: June 15, 2020

  Letters to EditorIrish TimesDublinMay 6, 2020Dear Editor,Sadly, your Washington correspondent has got it exactly right:“ that much of the success of Donald Trump was based on racism.” ( Suzanne Lynch,” Donald Trump’s political success is based on racism.” June 6).Americans have been slow to actually come to terms with that. Even leading media people, who are critical […]

Engel Expresses Outrage Over McAllister Deportation

Posted By: June 12, 2020

 Wednesday, June 10, 2020 By Irish Echo StaffAdding to the furious political reaction to the deportation from the United States of Malachy McAllister, Congressman Eliot Engel, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, has expressed his outrage over the Belfast man’s removal from American soil and his New Jersey home.And, critically, Engel indicated that he would work in the future to make […]

British government has changed definition of a victim and has the nerve to blame Sinn Fein

Posted By: June 10, 2020

Victims Commissioner Judith Thompson described the public stand-off as “cruel, callous and insulting” to Troubles victims.  Brian Feeney. Irish News. Belfast. Wednesday, June 10, 2020On Friday the EU negotiator Michel Barnier said: “We must stick to our commitments if we are to make progress.”He then listed a series of examples where the British had walked away from commitments […]

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