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Four Martyrs: Remembering Liam Mellows

‘It is fashionable nowadays to tell Ireland that she must forget. Forget what – her history? Woe to the country or the cause that forgets its history.’ – Liam Mellows, 1918 On this day 99 years ago the socialist-republican most fit to carry on where James Connolly left off was executed by the forces of […]

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Four Martyrs: Remembering Dick Barrett

Born 17th of December 1889 in  Ballineen, County Cork too Ellen and Richard Barrett and educated as a teacher in De La Salle College, he devoted himself from early in his life to the promotion of the Irish Language and culture, being a member of the Knockavilla GAA club and even a player for them. […]

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Four Martyrs: Remembering Joe McKelvey

Background On the 17th of June 1898 Joseph McKelvey was born in the small town of Stewartstown Co.Tyrone to Patrick McKelvey a member of Britain’s colonial police force at the time the Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) and Rose O’Neill a post office worker Interest in the GAA and the founding of O’Donovan Rossa CLG As […]

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Liam Mellows and the Treaty Debates

To mark the centenary of the signing of a treaty of surrender with Britain by a gang of renegades we reproduce the contributions of Liam Mellows to the Dáil debates on this treaty. Among Ireland’s most outstanding revolutionaries, driven by a firm conviction in republican principles and a ceaseless dedication and courage in implementing those […]

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Grup Yorum on the International Art Front

The great Grup Yorum toured Ireland recently, so we took the time to ask them about their newly launched project – the International Art Front. The International Art Front is a way for political artists of all types to unite against imperialism, the common enemy of humanity. Enjoy the interview, and if you know any […]

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December is POW Month

December is the month for highlighting that there are still Republican Prisoners of War in Gaols across Ireland for their opposition to the illegal British Occupation and Partition of our Country. Men and women who would never have ended up in a cell but for the ongoing Imperialist interference in Ireland and that they took […]

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Dublin: Socialist Republicans stand in International Solidarity with the Communist Party of India (Maoist)

On Wednesday November 24, Macradh ISR Youth’s Dublin Slua took part in the international day of action in solidarity with the Communist Party of India (Maoist) and the protracted People’s War in India. They going revolutionaries held a vigil at the James Connolly Statue at Beresford Place in Dublin. As Part of the International Campaign […]

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Kerry: Charlie Kerins- The Boy From Tralee

Cathal O’Céirín ,Óglach na hÉireann, was born in the small cottage of number 5 Caherina, Tralee, on the 23rd of January 1918, to parents Tom Kerins and Johanna Griffin, both from the nearby village of Blennerville, only some few miles from Caherina. Kerins had two sisters Elsie and Lena, Elsie would be one of the last to see him before his execution in 1944, and did not know he […]

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Grup Yorum Tour Ireland

For the last week of November , Anti Imperialist Action Ireland had the honour of hosting the internationally renowned Revolutionary Music Group, Grup Yorum for an Irish Tour. While the primary purpose of the tour was to play two gigs organised by AIA in Belfast and Dublin, the trip also had important secondary purposes to […]

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Anniversary of the Irish People – the Revolutionary Fenian Journal

‘With the accumulation of rents in Ireland, the accumulation of the Irish in America keeps pace. The Irishman, banished by sheep and ox, re-appears on the other side of the ocean as a Fenian, and face to face with the old queen of the seas rises, threatening and more threatening, the young giant Republic’ – […]