Éirí Amach Na Casca

The wall has been seen before (in 2009) (though the flags are a new addition) but here are close-ups of the street sign (“RPG Avenue”) and the IRA 2nd battalion plaque. Originally the plaque had only seven names – see Free Ireland. “Fuair siad bás ar son na hÉireann” [They died for Ireland], “Ireland unfree will never be at peace“.

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Copyright © 2011 Peter Moloney

Time In Hell

“A soldier standing at heaven’s gates/To St. Peter he did tell/I’m here to enter heaven now/I’ve served my time in hell.” 36th (Ulster) Division mural by Dee Craig in The Larches, Carrickfergus.

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Building An Ireland Of Equals

“Ag aontú Caitliceach, Protastúnach agus Easaontóirí.” – “Uniting Catholic, Protestant, and Dissenter.” In An Argument On Behalf Of The Catholics Of Ireland (1791), Wolfe Tone of the United Irishmen wrote, “To subvert the tyranny of our execrable government, to break the connection with England, the never-failing source of all our political evils, and to assert the independence of my country, these were my objects. To unite the whole people of Ireland, to abolish the memory of past dissensions, and to substitute the common name of Irishman, in place of the denominations of Protestant, Catholic and Dissenter, these were my means.”
With portraits of Bobby Sands, Wolfe Tone, and in the centre, Winifred Carney.

 

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Copyright © 2009 Peter Moloney