We Will Meet Force With Force

1994 images of five (of six) adjacent panels in Ballycolman, Strabane. From left to right: We will meet force with force (1989 | 1990), Che Guevara – They may kill the revolutionary but never the revolution (1989 | 1990), Wear an Easter lily (1989 | 1990), James Connolly – Easter/Cáisc 1916 (1989), Óglaigh na hÉireann (1989), [out of shot: Stop Strip Searches (1989 | 1990)]. The set of six in 1990.

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Armed Resistance

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Five in a row in Springhill Park, Strabane (with a badly damaged sixth out of shot to the left). Fianna and óglaigh in front of Sunburst and Tricolour flags; a kneeling volunteer with RPG launched “Armed resistance 1916-1987”; a lark ferrying a rifle; a raised fist; “unity is strength”.

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An Attitude Of Revolt

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Tricoloured quotations from James Connolly and Patrick Pearse below the image of a kneeling volunteer with RPG launcher: “The great appear great because we are on our knees – let us rise” and “As long as Ireland is unfree, the only [honourable] attitude for Irishmen and [Irish]women is an attitude of revolt.” Berwick Road/Paráid An Ardghleanna, Belfast.

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Copyright © 1989 Peter Moloney