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The most dangerous book in Ireland

Posted By: August 26, 2019

John O’Neill Contributor @JJCONeillIrish Central. New York.August  23, 2019. ‘Facts and Figures of the Belfast Pogrom 1920-1922’ was pulped before it was ever distributed – but several copies were rescuedImagine a book considered to be so dangerous that it was pulped before it could even be distributed.Well, that is what happened in Dublin in 1922. Eighteen copies of […]

They banned one of Ireland’s greatest ballad – what was the BBC thinking?

Posted By: August 26, 2019

Kathleen Maloney Contributor @KmaloneyK. Irish Central. October 1, 2018The song “Grace” is an important and meaningful part of our history and it is a slap in the face for the BBC to attempt to censor our history.The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is a British public service broadcaster. Its headquarters are at Broadcasting House, Westminster, London and it is the world’s oldest national broadcasting organization.According to […]

Boris Johnson gets lecture from Macron on The Troubles

Posted By: August 24, 2019

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus   “ God bless the French.”—Fr. Sean McManus Colin Gleeson. Irish Times. Dublin. Saturday, August 24, 2019 French President Emmanuel Macron has told British PM Boris Johnson that two core objectives must be upheld in any further Brexit negotiations: stability in Ireland and the integrity of the single […]

The Irish Times view on Boris Johnson’s Brexit position: old ideas and empty slogans

Posted By: August 23, 2019

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus   “The Irish Times of Dublin puts the case very well, exposing Boris Johnson’s nonsense. Members of Congress must not be tricked into supporting Johnson’s anti-Irish colonialism. We had hoped Tony Blair, God bless him, had exorcized such colonialism from the heart of England’s attitude […]

I realized Irish belonged to me – a Protestant – and I fell in love with it

Posted By: August 20, 2019

‘Was I doing something wrong by learning Irish? Was I betraying something and if I was what was it I was betraying?’ Linda Ervine. Irish News. Belfast. November 9, 2015 I think the first time I saw Irish written down was on a visit to Donegal. It looked complicated and inaccessible, just random letters on road signs.A few years later I had […]

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