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The Chief
2017-08-04 03:25:37 UTC
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Today marks the 101st anniversary of the judicial murder of the bold Irish patriot, Sir Roger Casement, by the Sasanachs.

Here's to his glorious memory!

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The Chief
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2017-08-04 04:32:26 UTC
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Today marks the 101st anniversary of the judicial murder of the bold
Irish patriot, Sir Roger Casement, by the Sasanachs.
While capital punishment is wrong,so is all resistance to
Monarchy in Ireland!

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2017-08-04 06:46:53 UTC
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Today marks the 101st anniversary of the judicial murder of the bold Irish patriot, Sir Roger Casement, by the Sasanachs.
Here's to his glorious memory!
Regards,
The Chief
This is a royalty forum where we discuss Royalty - not traitors! Do you have some impediment which makes you fail to understand that?

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Donald Binks
The Chief
2017-08-04 13:55:19 UTC
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Today marks the 101st anniversary of the judicial murder of the bold Irish patriot, Sir Roger Casement, by the Sasanachs.
Here's to his glorious memory!
Regards,
The Chief
This is a royalty forum where we discuss Royalty - not traitors! Do you have some impediment which makes you fail to understand that?
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Donald Binks
Donald,
You appear to be laboring under a profound misapprehension. ATR is for the treatment and rehabilitation of those unfortunates afflicted by an unhealthy adherence to so-called "monarchs" and "royalty". In time, the aim is to wean sufferers away from medieval "monarchism" to the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and Connolly.
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2017-08-08 01:55:01 UTC
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Today marks the 101st anniversary of the judicial murder of the bold
Irish patriot[sic], Sir Roger Casement, by the Sasanachs.
Here's to his glorious[sic] memory!
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The Chief
This is a royalty forum where we discuss Royalty - not traitors! Do you have some impediment which makes you fail to understand that?
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Donald Binks
Donald,
You appear to be laboring under a profound misapprehension.
Why address Donald and then write a sentence that can only
be directed to those such as yourself?
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ATR is for the treatment and rehabilitation of those unfortunates
afflicted by an unhealthy adherence to so-called "monarchs" and
"royalty".
Those whose adherence to Royalty is less than robust may find
ways to increase its strength and health here,true.
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In time, the aim is to wean sufferers away from medieval "monarchism" to
the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
How dare you cast such horrid aspersions on us?
Monarchism is an eternal virtue,republicanism an evil curse.

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2017-08-04 19:00:14 UTC
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Today marks the 101st anniversary of the judicial murder of the bold Irish patriot, Sir Roger Casement, by the Sasanachs.
Here's to his glorious memory!
Regards,
The Chief
This is a royalty forum where we discuss Royalty - not traitors!
The following is from the 23 Dec 2001 issue of Northeast Magazine,
which was an insert in The Hartford (CT) Courant ["The Root (or
Route) of Treason," by Kyrie O'Connor, Page 2].

"Of course, as is often noted, one man's traitor is another man's
freedom fighter. Patrick Henry's historical references will sail
over the heads of many college grads these days. But they must
have stirred the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1765 when he
proclaimed: 'Tarquin and Caesar each had his Brutus, Charles the
First his Cromwell, and George the Third may profit by their
example. If this be treason, make the most of it.'"
The Chief
2017-08-06 19:52:09 UTC
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Today marks the 101st anniversary of the judicial murder of the bold Irish patriot, Sir Roger Casement, by the Sasanachs.
Here's to his glorious memory!
Regards,
The Chief
This is a royalty forum where we discuss Royalty - not traitors!
The following is from the 23 Dec 2001 issue of Northeast Magazine,
which was an insert in The Hartford (CT) Courant ["The Root (or
Route) of Treason," by Kyrie O'Connor, Page 2].
"Of course, as is often noted, one man's traitor is another man's
freedom fighter. Patrick Henry's historical references will sail
over the heads of many college grads these days. But they must
have stirred the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1765 when he
proclaimed: 'Tarquin and Caesar each had his Brutus, Charles the
First his Cromwell, and George the Third may profit by their
example. If this be treason, make the most of it.'"
Thank you!

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The Chief
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2017-08-06 21:59:57 UTC
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Today marks the 101st anniversary of the judicial murder of the bold Irish patriot, Sir Roger Casement, by the Sasanachs.
Here's to his glorious memory!
Regards,
The Chief
This is a royalty forum where we discuss Royalty - not traitors!
The following is from the 23 Dec 2001 issue of Northeast Magazine,
which was an insert in The Hartford (CT) Courant ["The Root (or
Route) of Treason," by Kyrie O'Connor, Page 2].
"Of course, as is often noted, one man's traitor is another man's
freedom fighter. Patrick Henry's historical references will sail
over the heads of many college grads these days. But they must
have stirred the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1765 when he
proclaimed: 'Tarquin and Caesar each had his Brutus, Charles the
First his Cromwell, and George the Third may profit by their
example. If this be treason, make the most of it.'"
(1)"Treason is largely a matter of dates" - Talleyrand. (2) Take the case of the Republic of Ireland, whose legislation says "Citizenship by descent.
7.—(1) A person is an Irish citizen from birth if at the time of his or her birth either parent was an Irish citizen or would if alive have been an Irish citizen."
https://web.archive.org/web/20160303175716/http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/ConsolidationINCA.pdf/Files/ConsolidationINCA.pdf Suppose that A was born in Belfast in (say) 1900, emigrated/was taken to the USA as a baby and had a child (B) there in (say) 1925. B might be surprised to learn that they could commit treason against the Republic of Ireland.
The Chief
2017-08-07 08:23:37 UTC
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Today marks the 101st anniversary of the judicial murder of the bold Irish patriot, Sir Roger Casement, by the Sasanachs.
Here's to his glorious memory!
Regards,
The Chief
This is a royalty forum where we discuss Royalty - not traitors!
The following is from the 23 Dec 2001 issue of Northeast Magazine,
which was an insert in The Hartford (CT) Courant ["The Root (or
Route) of Treason," by Kyrie O'Connor, Page 2].
"Of course, as is often noted, one man's traitor is another man's
freedom fighter. Patrick Henry's historical references will sail
over the heads of many college grads these days. But they must
have stirred the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1765 when he
proclaimed: 'Tarquin and Caesar each had his Brutus, Charles the
First his Cromwell, and George the Third may profit by their
example. If this be treason, make the most of it.'"
(1)"Treason is largely a matter of dates" - Talleyrand. (2) Take the case of the Republic of Ireland, whose legislation says "Citizenship by descent.
7.—(1) A person is an Irish citizen from birth if at the time of his or her birth either parent was an Irish citizen or would if alive have been an Irish citizen."
https://web.archive.org/web/20160303175716/http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/ConsolidationINCA.pdf/Files/ConsolidationINCA.pdf Suppose that A was born in Belfast in (say) 1900, emigrated/was taken to the USA as a baby and had a child (B) there in (say) 1925. B might be surprised to learn that they could commit treason against the Republic of Ireland.
No surprise at all. I am a loyal Irish citizen by virtue of precisely your route B.

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The Chief
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2017-08-07 19:15:44 UTC
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Today marks the 101st anniversary of the judicial murder of the bold Irish patriot, Sir Roger Casement, by the Sasanachs.
Here's to his glorious memory!
Regards,
The Chief
This is a royalty forum where we discuss Royalty - not traitors!
The following is from the 23 Dec 2001 issue of Northeast Magazine,
which was an insert in The Hartford (CT) Courant ["The Root (or
Route) of Treason," by Kyrie O'Connor, Page 2].
"Of course, as is often noted, one man's traitor is another man's
freedom fighter. Patrick Henry's historical references will sail
over the heads of many college grads these days. But they must
have stirred the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1765 when he
proclaimed: 'Tarquin and Caesar each had his Brutus, Charles the
First his Cromwell, and George the Third may profit by their
example. If this be treason, make the most of it.'"
(1)"Treason is largely a matter of dates" - Talleyrand. (2) Take the case of the Republic of Ireland, whose legislation says "Citizenship by descent.
7.—(1) A person is an Irish citizen from birth if at the time of his or her birth either parent was an Irish citizen or would if alive have been an Irish citizen."
https://web.archive.org/web/20160303175716/http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/ConsolidationINCA.pdf/Files/ConsolidationINCA.pdf Suppose that A was born in Belfast in (say) 1900, emigrated/was taken to the USA as a baby and had a child (B) there in (say) 1925. B might be surprised to learn that they could commit treason against the Republic of Ireland.
No surprise at all. I am a loyal Irish citizen by virtue of precisely your route B.
The same would have presumably been true of JFK's maternal grandmother https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Hannon-81 Mary Josephine Fitzgerald nee Hannon. She was born in 1865 to two Irish immigrants (born 1832 and 1834) and died in 1964, after her grandson's assassination. I see from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_nationality_law#By_grant_of_honorary_citizenship that it was proposed to grant honorary citizenship to JFK. I suppose that his parents (born 1888 and 1890) could have registered themselves as Irish citizens and so enabled him to do so in the normal way.
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2017-08-07 20:09:35 UTC
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Today marks the 101st anniversary of the judicial murder of the bold Irish patriot, Sir Roger Casement, by the Sasanachs.
Here's to his glorious memory!
Regards,
The Chief
This is a royalty forum where we discuss Royalty - not traitors!
The following is from the 23 Dec 2001 issue of Northeast Magazine,
which was an insert in The Hartford (CT) Courant ["The Root (or
Route) of Treason," by Kyrie O'Connor, Page 2].
"Of course, as is often noted, one man's traitor is another man's
freedom fighter. Patrick Henry's historical references will sail
over the heads of many college grads these days. But they must
have stirred the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1765 when he
proclaimed: 'Tarquin and Caesar each had his Brutus, Charles the
First his Cromwell, and George the Third may profit by their
example. If this be treason, make the most of it.'"
(1)"Treason is largely a matter of dates" - Talleyrand. (2) Take the case of the Republic of Ireland, whose legislation says "Citizenship by descent.
7.—(1) A person is an Irish citizen from birth if at the time of his or her birth either parent was an Irish citizen or would if alive have been an Irish citizen."
https://web.archive.org/web/20160303175716/http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/ConsolidationINCA.pdf/Files/ConsolidationINCA.pdf Suppose that A was born in Belfast in (say) 1900, emigrated/was taken to the USA as a baby and had a child (B) there in (say) 1925. B might be surprised to learn that they could commit treason against the Republic of Ireland.
No surprise at all. I am a loyal Irish citizen by virtue of precisely your route B.
The same would have presumably been true of JFK's maternal grandmother https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Hannon-81 Mary Josephine Fitzgerald nee Hannon. She was born in 1865 to two Irish immigrants (born 1832 and 1834) and died in 1964, after her grandson's assassination. I see from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_nationality_law#By_grant_of_honorary_citizenship that it was proposed to grant honorary citizenship to JFK. I suppose that his parents (born 1888 and 1890) could have registered themselves as Irish citizens and so enabled him to do so in the normal way.
As it happens, I still have the American flag I personally waved at JFK on the 27th June, 1963.

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The Chief
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2017-08-07 20:10:02 UTC
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Today marks the 101st anniversary of the judicial murder of the bold Irish patriot, Sir Roger Casement, by the Sasanachs.
Here's to his glorious memory!
Regards,
The Chief
This is a royalty forum where we discuss Royalty - not traitors!
The following is from the 23 Dec 2001 issue of Northeast Magazine,
which was an insert in The Hartford (CT) Courant ["The Root (or
Route) of Treason," by Kyrie O'Connor, Page 2].
"Of course, as is often noted, one man's traitor is another man's
freedom fighter. Patrick Henry's historical references will sail
over the heads of many college grads these days. But they must
have stirred the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1765 when he
proclaimed: 'Tarquin and Caesar each had his Brutus, Charles the
First his Cromwell, and George the Third may profit by their
example. If this be treason, make the most of it.'"
(1)"Treason is largely a matter of dates" - Talleyrand. (2) Take the case of the Republic of Ireland, whose legislation says "Citizenship by descent.
7.—(1) A person is an Irish citizen from birth if at the time of his or her birth either parent was an Irish citizen or would if alive have been an Irish citizen."
https://web.archive.org/web/20160303175716/http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/ConsolidationINCA.pdf/Files/ConsolidationINCA.pdf Suppose that A was born in Belfast in (say) 1900, emigrated/was taken to the USA as a baby and had a child (B) there in (say) 1925. B might be surprised to learn that they could commit treason against the Republic of Ireland.
No surprise at all. I am a loyal Irish citizen by virtue of precisely your route B.
The same would have presumably been true of JFK's maternal grandmother https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Hannon-81 Mary Josephine Fitzgerald nee Hannon. She was born in 1865 to two Irish immigrants (born 1832 and 1834) and died in 1964, after her grandson's assassination. I see from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_nationality_law#By_grant_of_honorary_citizenship that it was proposed to grant honorary citizenship to JFK. I suppose that his parents (born 1888 and 1890) could have registered themselves as Irish citizens and so enabled him to do so in the normal way.
Or see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patricia_Kennedy_Lawford#Personal_life - let us say that, when the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Act 1986 was passed, Sydney Maleia Kennedy Lawford (b. 1956) wanted to ensure Irish citizenship for her son James Peter McKelvy (b. 1985). She could have persuaded her grandmother Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy (b. 1890, as the grand-daughter of four people born in Ireland) and her mother Patricia Kennedy Lawford (b. 1924) to register themselves as Irish citizens and then done likewise for herself and her son.
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2017-08-08 21:20:27 UTC
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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?

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Donald Binks
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2017-08-09 17:52:28 UTC
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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
For details on proposed "inquiries on the possibility of mutual recognition" between the Irish Republic and Bolshevik Russia in 1920, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ireland%E2%80%93Russia_relations#20th_century
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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
For details on proposed "inquiries on the possibility of mutual recognition" between the Irish Republic and Bolshevik Russia in 1920, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ireland%E2%80%93Russia_relations#20th_century - and sources cited therein.
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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
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There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916! That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10, for the purpose of achieving Irish freedom.

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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
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Donald Binks
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916! That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10, for the purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Someone (Lenin) was minded to set up a Bolshevik state when there was no such thing.
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2017-08-10 02:55:12 UTC
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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
Regards
Donald Binks
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916! That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10, for the
purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted Ireland?

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2017-08-10 03:48:58 UTC
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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
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Donald Binks
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916! That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10, for the
purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted Ireland?
The pretender was an heretic, and head of an heretical sect to boot!

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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916! That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10, for the
purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted Ireland?
The pretender was an heretic, and head of an heretical sect to boot!
1. You have of course as much right to describe Anglicanism as heresy, as an Anglican has to so describe Roman Catholicism.

2. While we are on the subject of such descriptions, as I pointed out in https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en&hl=en#!original/alt.talk.royalty/mMGnEhEYul0/H8upVl-4gwwJ in Cook v Carroll [1945] IR 519 George Gavan Duffy, an Eire High Court Judge and future President of the High Court, referred to 'a nation which persistently repudiated the Reformation as heresy'. And having my religion referred to as 'heresy' from the Bench is
objectionable to me, as well as being an illustration of Irish Finance Minister Sean MacEntee's 1937 description of Eire (in the Dail) as "a Catholic State" - http://oireachtasdebates.oireachtas.ie/debates%20authoring/DebatesWebPack.nsf/takes/dail1937051100030?opendocument&highlight=Se%E1n%20MacEntee. Even though Gavan Duffy cloaked it in weasel words
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Avoid_weasel_words
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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916! That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10, for the
purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted Ireland?
The pretender was an heretic, and head of an heretical sect to boot!
1. You have of course as much right to describe Anglicanism as heresy, as an Anglican has to so describe Roman Catholicism.
As if they don't!
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2. While we are on the subject of such descriptions, as I pointed out in https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en&hl=en#!original/alt.talk.royalty/mMGnEhEYul0/H8upVl-4gwwJ in Cook v Carroll [1945] IR 519 George Gavan Duffy, an Eire High Court Judge and future President of the High Court, referred to 'a nation which persistently repudiated the Reformation as heresy'. And having my religion referred to as 'heresy' from the Bench is
objectionable to me, as well as being an illustration of Irish Finance Minister Sean MacEntee's 1937 description of Eire (in the Dail) as "a Catholic State" - http://oireachtasdebates.oireachtas.ie/debates%20authoring/DebatesWebPack.nsf/takes/dail1937051100030?opendocument&highlight=Se%E1n%20MacEntee. Even though Gavan Duffy cloaked it in weasel words
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Avoid_weasel_words
You will have to forgive us, Graham, if we don't all share your fondness for obscure pronouncements by unknown personages. I doubt 0.1% of the populace in Ireland have ever heard of Gavan Duffy, while outside Ireland, it must be as close to zero as makes no difference.

By contrast, the vast majority of people HAVE heard of the pretender British monarchs, all of whom subscribe to sectarian coronation oaths, etc.

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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
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Donald Binks
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916! That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10, for the
purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted Ireland?
The pretender was an heretic, and head of an heretical sect to boot!
What true Irish nationalist would split hairs between flavors of the
religion imported to Ireland by a Briton intent on destroying its
indigenous faith?

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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
Regards
Donald Binks
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916! That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10, for the
purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted Ireland?
The pretender was an heretic, and head of an heretical sect to boot!
What true Irish nationalist would split hairs between flavors of the
religion imported to Ireland by a Briton intent on destroying its
indigenous faith?
I think it clear why Irish patriots might resent the actions of certain Henrys and Elizabeths.

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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
Regards
Donald Binks
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916! That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10, for the
purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted Ireland?
The pretender was an heretic, and head of an heretical sect to boot!
What true Irish nationalist would split hairs between flavors of the
religion imported to Ireland by a Briton intent on destroying its
indigenous faith?
I think it clear why Irish patriots might resent the actions of certain
Henrys and Elizabeths.
While giving a free pass to the shamefully republican Cromwell?

In any event,it was Patrick who carried out cultural genocide
against Irish religion.

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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
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There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916! That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10, for the
purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted Ireland?
The pretender was an heretic, and head of an heretical sect to boot!
What true Irish nationalist would split hairs between flavors of the
religion imported to Ireland by a Briton intent on destroying its
indigenous faith?
I think it clear why Irish patriots might resent the actions of certain
Henrys and Elizabeths.
While giving a free pass to the shamefully republican Cromwell?
In any event,it was Patrick who carried out cultural genocide
against Irish religion.
Cromwell received a straight pass to Hell, the better to keep Henry and Bess company.

As for Patrick, Patrick who? Do yo mean the blessed SAINT Patrick, Apostle of Ireland? Can't argue with him, that would be treason!

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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
Regards
Donald Binks
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916! That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10, for the
purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted Ireland?
The pretender was an heretic, and head of an heretical sect to boot!
What true Irish nationalist would split hairs between flavors of the
religion imported to Ireland by a Briton intent on destroying its
indigenous faith?
I think it clear why Irish patriots might resent the actions of certain
Henrys and Elizabeths.
While giving a free pass to the shamefully republican Cromwell?
In any event,it was Patrick who carried out cultural genocide
against Irish religion.
Cromwell received a straight pass to Hell, the better to keep Henry and Bess company.
As for Patrick, Patrick who? Do yo mean the blessed SAINT Patrick, Apostle of Ireland? Can't argue with him, that would be treason!
The Chief
And let us not forget that Saint Patrick is the Patron Saint of Nigeria, in honour of the work there by none other than the bold Sir Roger Casement!

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'Bold Sir Roger' sounds like a character from Monty Python's the Holy Grail.
Why thank you. I guess that means I should really trademark it!

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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
Regards
Donald Binks
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916! That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10, for the
purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted Ireland?
The pretender was an heretic, and head of an heretical sect to boot!
What true Irish nationalist would split hairs between flavors of the
religion imported to Ireland by a Briton intent on destroying its
indigenous faith?
I think it clear why Irish patriots might resent the actions of certain
Henrys and Elizabeths.
While giving a free pass to the shamefully republican Cromwell?
In any event,it was Patrick who carried out cultural genocide
against Irish religion.
Cromwell received a straight pass to Hell, the better to keep Henry and Bess company.
As for Patrick, Patrick who? Do yo mean the blessed SAINT Patrick,
Apostle of Ireland?
That very same British invader!
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Can't argue with him, that would be treason!
Only arguing with one's divinely imposed Monarch is treason!

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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
Regards
Donald Binks
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916! That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10, for the
purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted Ireland?
The pretender was an heretic, and head of an heretical sect to boot!
What true Irish nationalist would split hairs between flavors of the
religion imported to Ireland by a Briton intent on destroying its
indigenous faith?
I think it clear why Irish patriots might resent the actions of certain
Henrys and Elizabeths.
While giving a free pass to the shamefully republican Cromwell?
In any event,it was Patrick who carried out cultural genocide
against Irish religion.
Cromwell received a straight pass to Hell, the better to keep Henry and Bess company.
As for Patrick, Patrick who? Do yo mean the blessed SAINT Patrick,
Apostle of Ireland?
That very same British invader!
Only a lunatic such as yourself could turn a captured slave into an "invader". And he was of course a nice decent Roman.
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Can't argue with him, that would be treason!
Only arguing with one's divinely imposed Monarch is treason!
The divinely imposed monarch is the Blessed Virgin Mary, Queen of Ireland!

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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
Regards
Donald Binks
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916! That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10, for the
purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted Ireland?
The pretender was an heretic, and head of an heretical sect to boot!
What true Irish nationalist would split hairs between flavors of the
religion imported to Ireland by a Briton intent on destroying its
indigenous faith?
I think it clear why Irish patriots might resent the actions of certain
Henrys and Elizabeths.
While giving a free pass to the shamefully republican Cromwell?
In any event,it was Patrick who carried out cultural genocide
against Irish religion.
Cromwell received a straight pass to Hell, the better to keep Henry and Bess company.
As for Patrick, Patrick who? Do yo mean the blessed SAINT Patrick,
Apostle of Ireland?
That very same British invader!
Only a lunatic such as yourself could turn a captured slave into an
"invader".
He first showed up as a captured slave but then,in collusion with
the Bishop of Rome,returned to wreak vengeance on Ireland by destroying
its native religion and substituting the warped offshoot of Judaism that
had been taking root in the Mediterranean area.
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And he was of course a nice decent Roman.
Not ethnically.
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Can't argue with him, that would be treason!
Only arguing with one's divinely imposed Monarch is treason!
The divinely imposed monarch is the Blessed Virgin Mary, Queen of Ireland!
Not at all,only the dupes of foreign religion would have you believe
that.
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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse, Tone and
Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland. Is he someone who really should be remembered with a degree of admiration?
Regards
Donald Binks
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916! That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10, for the
purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted Ireland?
The pretender was an heretic, and head of an heretical sect to boot!
What true Irish nationalist would split hairs between flavors of the
religion imported to Ireland by a Briton intent on destroying its
indigenous faith?
I think it clear why Irish patriots might resent the actions of certain
Henrys and Elizabeths.
While giving a free pass to the shamefully republican Cromwell?
In any event,it was Patrick who carried out cultural genocide
against Irish religion.
Cromwell received a straight pass to Hell, the better to keep Henry and
Bess company.
As for Patrick, Patrick who? Do yo mean the blessed SAINT Patrick,
Apostle of Ireland?
That very same British invader!
Only a lunatic such as yourself could turn a captured slave into an
"invader".
He first showed up as a captured slave but then,in collusion with
the Bishop of Rome,returned to wreak vengeance on Ireland by destroying
its native religion and substituting the warped offshoot of Judaism that
had been taking root in the Mediterranean area.
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And he was of course a nice decent Roman.
Not ethnically.
No one knows his ethnicity. But it is certain that he was a Roman citizen.
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Can't argue with him, that would be treason!
Only arguing with one's divinely imposed Monarch is treason!
The divinely imposed monarch is the Blessed Virgin Mary, Queen of Ireland!
Not at all,only the dupes of foreign religion would have you believe
that.
The One True Faith is nowhere foreign!

The Chief
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The One True Faith is nowhere foreign!
Well, it is in Sordid Arabia!

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Brave Sir Roger!

Packing it in and packing it up
And sneaking away and buggering off
And chickening out and p***ing off home
Yes, bravely he is throwing in the sponge...
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Brave Sir Roger!
Packing it in and packing it up
And sneaking away and buggering off
And chickening out and p***ing off home
Yes, bravely he is throwing in the sponge...
Copyright infraction reported!
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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse,
Tone and Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had
an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland.
Is he someone who really should be remembered with a
degree of admiration?
Regards
Donald Binks
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916!
That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10,
for the purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted
Ireland?
The pretender was an heretic, and head of an heretical sect
to boot!
What true Irish nationalist would split hairs between flavors of
the religion imported to Ireland by a Briton intent on destroying
its indigenous faith?
I think it clear why Irish patriots might resent the actions of
certain Henrys and Elizabeths.
While giving a free pass to the shamefully republican Cromwell?
In any event,it was Patrick who carried out cultural genocide
against Irish religion.
Cromwell received a straight pass to Hell, the better to keep Henry
and Bess company.
As for Patrick, Patrick who? Do yo mean the blessed SAINT Patrick,
Apostle of Ireland?
That very same British invader!
Only a lunatic such as yourself could turn a captured slave into an
"invader".
He first showed up as a captured slave but then,in collusion with
the Bishop of Rome,returned to wreak vengeance on Ireland by destroying
its native religion and substituting the warped offshoot of Judaism that
had been taking root in the Mediterranean area.
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And he was of course a nice decent Roman.
Not ethnically.
No one knows his ethnicity. But it is certain that he was a Roman citizen.
Rather expected that he was a Briton.
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Can't argue with him, that would be treason!
Only arguing with one's divinely imposed Monarch is treason!
The divinely imposed monarch is the Blessed Virgin Mary, Queen of Ireland!
Not at all,only the dupes of foreign religion would have you believe
that.
The One True Faith is nowhere foreign!
Say only the dupes of that far-from-true faith.
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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse,
Tone and Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had
an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland.
Is he someone who really should be remembered with a
degree of admiration?
Regards
Donald Binks
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916!
That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10,
for the purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted
Ireland?
The pretender was an heretic, and head of an heretical sect
to boot!
What true Irish nationalist would split hairs between flavors of
the religion imported to Ireland by a Briton intent on destroying
its indigenous faith?
I think it clear why Irish patriots might resent the actions of
certain Henrys and Elizabeths.
While giving a free pass to the shamefully republican Cromwell?
In any event,it was Patrick who carried out cultural genocide
against Irish religion.
Cromwell received a straight pass to Hell, the better to keep Henry
and Bess company.
As for Patrick, Patrick who? Do yo mean the blessed SAINT Patrick,
Apostle of Ireland?
That very same British invader!
Only a lunatic such as yourself could turn a captured slave into an
"invader".
He first showed up as a captured slave but then,in collusion with
the Bishop of Rome,returned to wreak vengeance on Ireland by destroying
its native religion and substituting the warped offshoot of Judaism that
had been taking root in the Mediterranean area.
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And he was of course a nice decent Roman.
Not ethnically.
No one knows his ethnicity. But it is certain that he was a Roman citizen.
Rather expected that he was a Briton.
Aye, meaning from Brittany, France, where his family had to flee the evil Sasanachs! And saying he was from Britain says nothing about his ethnicity. The blessed St. Patrick himself gave us his father's and grandfather's names. Both were clearly Roman, as was his own name.
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Can't argue with him, that would be treason!
Only arguing with one's divinely imposed Monarch is treason!
The divinely imposed monarch is the Blessed Virgin Mary, Queen of Ireland!
Not at all,only the dupes of foreign religion would have you believe
that.
The One True Faith is nowhere foreign!
Say only the dupes of that far-from-true faith.
I have it on infallible authority that you are wrong.

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the pure light of republicanism, in the spirit of Pearse,
Tone and Connolly.
From what I have read about the Irish uprising, Pearse had
an idea of setting up a Bolshevik type state in Ireland.
Is he someone who really should be remembered with a
degree of admiration?
Regards
Donald Binks
There were no such thing as Bolshevik type states in 1916!
That being so, how Pearse could have been minded to set one up?
In reality, Pearse dedicated his life to God when aged 10,
for the purpose of achieving Irish freedom.
Then why did he oppose the Monarch God graciously granted
Ireland?
The pretender was an heretic, and head of an heretical sect
to boot!
What true Irish nationalist would split hairs between flavors of
the religion imported to Ireland by a Briton intent on destroying
its indigenous faith?
I think it clear why Irish patriots might resent the actions of
certain Henrys and Elizabeths.
While giving a free pass to the shamefully republican Cromwell?
In any event,it was Patrick who carried out cultural genocide
against Irish religion.
Cromwell received a straight pass to Hell, the better to keep Henry
and Bess company.
As for Patrick, Patrick who? Do yo mean the blessed SAINT Patrick,
Apostle of Ireland?
That very same British invader!
Only a lunatic such as yourself could turn a captured slave into an
"invader".
He first showed up as a captured slave but then,in collusion with
the Bishop of Rome,returned to wreak vengeance on Ireland by destroying
its native religion and substituting the warped offshoot of Judaism that
had been taking root in the Mediterranean area.
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And he was of course a nice decent Roman.
Not ethnically.
No one knows his ethnicity. But it is certain that he was a Roman citizen.
Rather expected that he was a Briton.
Aye, meaning from Brittany, France, where his family had to flee the
evil Sasanachs! And saying he was from Britain says nothing about his
ethnicity. The blessed St. Patrick himself gave us his father's and
grandfather's names. Both were clearly Roman, as was his own name.
Acculturation from when Rome dominated Britain.
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Can't argue with him, that would be treason!
Only arguing with one's divinely imposed Monarch is treason!
The divinely imposed monarch is the Blessed Virgin Mary,
Queen of Ireland!
Not at all,only the dupes of foreign religion would have you believe
that.
The One True Faith is nowhere foreign!
Say only the dupes of that far-from-true faith.
I have it on infallible authority that you are wrong.
You are so far from infallible as to actually condone republicanism!
Rest assured (or have panicked nightmares,if it suits you) that I am
absolutely right.

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Today marks the 101st anniversary of the judicial murder of the bold Irish patriot, Sir Roger Casement, by the Sasanachs.
Here's to his glorious memory!
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