Wednesday, August 24, 2016

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Barricade Bulletin

Barricade Bulletin No.1 is now available in various bookshops and libraries around Derry. If you can't wait or live outside Derry then here's a PDF Version.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

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I’m A Dissident Because I Dissent From British Rule

Courtesy of The Transcripts a Radio Free Eireann interview. John McDonagh (JM) and Martin Galvin (MG) talk with Francie McGuigan, (FM) one of the ‘hooded men’, via telephone from Belfast about internment, the recent Internment Day rally in Belfast, the torture he endured and the status of the legal case. (begins time stamp ~ 33:50) Audio Player.
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Match The Fine For Palestine

Dominic Brown from Glasgow has asked that the following appeal be plugged. Dominic Brown has written for TPQ in the past.  #matchthefineforpalestine

Monday, August 22, 2016

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Fighting For Islam & Freedom Of Thought

Frank O'Brien writes on the phenomenon termed Islamophobia. Frank O'Brien is a long time resident of Troy, NY, USA, and former head of Clan na Gael in same city area.
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Ronan Berrigan, a pupil at a Dublin secondary school, writes of his experience with a homeless man called Eoin.

Remember, upon the conduct of each, depends the fate of allAlexander The Great

Sunday, August 21, 2016

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Animal Farm: Wolves, Eagles & Vultures

Don't eat the figs

I Claudius redux has been running on the Stormont big screen for the past week. Having first gutted Caesar with a dagger provided by leading DUP senators, Jaminicus has now stabbed Davidicus who helped guide the knife between the shoulder blades of Caesar in the first place.

Saturday, August 20, 2016

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A Very Noble 66 Days

John McDonagh (JM) and Martin Galvin (MG) talk to former blanketman Richard O’Rawe, (RO) the PRO during the 1981 hunger strike, via telephone from Belfast about the film, Bobby Sands: 66 Days. The interview can be found transcribed @ The Transcripts.

Friday, August 19, 2016

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‘Agreed Ireland’ Revisionism A Further Move From The Republican Position

From the 1916 Societies, Sean Bresnahan of the Thomas Ashe Society Omagh discusses Sinn Fein’s emerging ‘Agreed Ireland’ proposal, its impact on the quest for an All-Ireland Republic and the continuation of British rule in Ireland post a nationalist majority in the Six Counties.