Beano Is A Tout

There is no doubt, Beano is a tout. Touts will be shot!!!” Replaces Warning To Hoods and INLAland.

Gartan Avenue, Strabane


Copyright © 1994 Peter Moloney


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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The previous mural (Sieze Power) can still be seen in the lower left-hand corner of this unfinished mural in Springhill Park, Strabane. The volunteer on the right appears to be holding (uniquely in north of Ireland muraling) not a rifle but a walkie-talkie or perhaps a radio control device for an explosive. The mural attempts to recreate a poster from 1989 (below), entitled “Guerilla Days In Ireland”, which was also the name of Tom Barry’s account of the War Of Independence, and the title of a mural in Derry.


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Use Arms When Arms Are Needed





Four in a row in Springhill Park, Strabane. (1) The ten deceased 1981 hunger strikers are shown on an H, but they have all had their eyes covered in blue paint. (2) You can kill the revolutionary but not the revolution (seen previously in Innisfree Gardens and also in 1981 in Rockdale St, Belfast and in Derry in 1981.) (3) Use arms when arms are needed. (4) A “West Tyrone command” roll of honour.

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