Tag Archives: Irish History

Sein Fein parades itself

In the Newsletter and in my local papers, it was reported that a parade, which took place in Fermanagh on New Years Day, was illegal. The parade was said to be illegal because no request had been made to the … Continue reading

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Conservatives entitled to be proud of the Anglo-Irish Agreement

A little over two months ago marked the passing of the 25th Anniversary of the Anglo-Irish Agreement. The anniversary resulted in posts by Brian Walker of Slugger O’Toole and by and other articles by Newspaper journalists across Ireland. One of … Continue reading

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The Irish Genome

I was fascinated to read in the Belfast Telegraph today that scientists from the University College Dublin have mapped out an Irish genetic code.  No doubt, Hitler would have been delighted if his scientists had discovered the Aryan genetic code. … Continue reading

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