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There can’t be an official history of the Troubles

Posted By: May 08, 2024

      IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus “England’s Tory history of Ireland, what could possibly be wrong with that! Who could possibly doubt England’s 855 years (and counting) of constant altruism, self-sacrifice, and non-violence—all for the good of the natives, especially the Catholics.”  —Fr. Sean McManus There can’t be […]

Posted By: May 06, 2024

  IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus. “Raymond McCord—intrepid and famous Belfast Protestant victims’ campaigner—keeps up his total opposition to the deplorable Legacy Act of King Charles and the Tories. In this Sunday World article, he demands the Labor Party to do the same, as it promised.” —Fr. Sean McManus. Raymond […]

Law designed to bury State’s Troubles role

Posted By: May 04, 2024

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus “The Legacy Act of the King-in-Parliament is exactly that—an act of King Charles and the Tories. Done in their interest, not in the interest of the Protestants and Catholics of Northern Ireland … And, thus, it has always been. The formal phrase ‘King in Parliament’ […]

BOBBY SANDS 43RD ANNIVERSRY OF DEATH

Posted By: May 03, 2024

   

Troubles victims stage protest against Legacy Act outside NIO in Belfast

Posted By: May 02, 2024

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus “United opposition to the King-in-Parliament Legacy Act. Effective and dedicated Belfast campaigner Ciaran MacAirt puts it perfectly in this Belfast Telegraph article: ‘Britain is a serial human rights abuser but this blatant attack on our basic human rights would embarrass tin-pot dictators in the so-called […]

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