Posted By: December 23, 2020


Irish National Caucus leads nation-wide information campaign


Capitol Hill. Washington, DC. Wednesday, December 23, 2020— The media and public officials in Ireland and Britain seem to mostly focus on  2021 as the year in which the state of Northern Ireland made its strange appearance in the world—after thousands of years of Irish history.


But that is a perversion of history, or, as they say, “revisionism.” Cui bono (” who stands to gain?”). Those who actually, legally,  and constitutionally authorized the existence of that bogus, artificial, gerrymandered, and utterly undemocratic mini Statelet…. And it was not the fundamentalist Orangemen. It was, instead, the London Parliament with the assent (“collusion”?) of the King of England. It was they who enacted the Government of Ireland Act (commonly known as the “Partition Act”) on Thursday, December 23, 2019—England’s “Day of Infamy” in Ireland (well, at least one of many, many, infamous days).


For seven weeks (every other week), the Irish National has run a half-page Ad in the Irish Echo (“most widely read Irish-American newspaper”) focusing on the ”Partition Act” and promoting as “a perfect response to England’s partition of Ireland” its internet One Ireland Petition:” Ireland, too, has the right to be One Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”

(See below the AD in today’s Irish Echo and letter from Fr. McManus).


As of this date, the Petition has been signed by over 21, 500 true and authentic Irish people, and non-Irish people dedicated to fairness, justice, solidarity,  and respect for international human rights, and national self-determination.


The One Ireland Petition—posted on (;

on Facebook (; on Twitter (; and on— will continue through 2021 and beyond.


Apart from extensive mailings, email blasts, and all the promotions mentioned above, the Irish National Caucus has launched sixteen social media videos (five to eight minutes)—one a week, for the past sixteen weeks leading up to December 23, 2020. And additional videos will continue through 2021 and beyond.

The videos are on YouTube, with the scripts also published on the above platforms. The Videos are presented by Caucus president Fr. Sean McManus and directed by Barbara Flaherty, Executive Vice President, Irish National Caucus.


The Irish National Caucus is receiving hundreds of calls and emails, etc,  from Ireland and the United States, asking “Did so and so sign the One Ireland  Petition?”


Fr.McManus said: “It seems to have become a popular watching-game as to what prominent persons /politicians/civic activists in Ireland or Irish-American activists have signed or failed to sign. It’s a spontaneous grassroots movement of people who are watching—as all concerned citizens do— to see if prominent people ‘walk the walk, not just talk the talk.’ Anyway, as of now over 21,000 dedicated, authentic souls have walked the walk, and will be joined by ever-growing numbers of dedicated ‘walkers.’”