100 years ago today, Free State counter-revolutionaries murdered 8 IRA Prisoners of War by tying them to a landmine, which was then detonated, in Ballyseedy, Co. Kerry.
This callous brutality was only one example of the wave of white terror unleashed by the British proxies in Ireland as they suppressed the All Ireland Republic.
It should never be forgotten that the Free State as it currently exists was born from this terror, crushing the progressive and anti-imperialist aspirations of the Irish people.
The struggle against the counter-revolution is not a thing of the past. It continues today in the struggle to re-establish the All Ireland Republic proclaimed in 1916.
Onwards to National Liberation and Socialist Revolution!