Sunday, 27 March 2016

Ireland - the betrayed abandoned and forgotten Irish

The 1916 Proclamation of the Irish Republic signed by Thomas MacDonagh, Joseph Plunkett, Séan Mac Diermada, Thomas Clarke, James Connolly, Eamonn Ceannt and Padriac Pearse pledged:-

... The Irish Republic is entitled to, and hereby claims, the allegiance of every Irishman and Irish woman. The Republic guarantees religious and civil liberty, equal rights and equal opportunities of all its citizens, and declares its resolve to pursue the happiness and prosperity of the whole nation and of all its parts, cherishing all the children of the nation equally, and oblivious of the differences carefully fostered by an alien government, which have divided a minority in the past...'

A Plastic Republic

Those who founded the "Free State" betrayed and abandoned fellow Irish men, woman and children in the North. They condemned their fellow Irish in Ulster to perpetual political servitude and rampant discrimination and then ignored our very existence. These actions mocked our 1916 Proclamation and dishonoured our heroes who died fighting to free all of our 32 county nation.

1916: '...We, the Volunteers, are formed here not for half of Ireland, not to give the British garrison control of part of Ireland. No! We are here for the whole of Ireland' - Pádriac Pearse

Did James Connolly fight and die in the 1916 Rising for his family in Belfast to be abandoned? No!!! Did Roger Casement sacrifice his life so his family in County Antrim would be abandoned? No!!! Ulster men Bulmer Hobson, Patrick McCartan and Ernest Blythe did not form the Irish Volunteers to protect merely the rights of the southern part of the Irish nation but the whole of our nation. Did Belfast women Elizabeth and Nell Corr, Winifred Carney (James Connolly's aide de camp in the GPO) and many men from Ulster join the Rising so their families would end-up being sold-off like cattle as payment for a southern "Free State"? No!!! No!!! No!!!

It's time those of the Irish nation in the South who enjoy the freedom paid for by we Irish in the North acknowledged, their forefathers did a grubby little self-serving 'imperial debt verses boundary commission' deal with the British state that worsened the plight of we Irish in the North.

Irish Hearts & Irish Souls

We Irish in Ulster were colonised because we were renowned by the British for being the most independent-minded and rebellious of our island nation. We the natives of Ulster would rather sacrifice our lives than ever surrender to a foreign British state's relentless campaigns to erase our native Irish identity, culture and heritage gifted to us by our ancient forefathers. We the Irish in Ulster remain as steadfast as ever in pursuing our inalienable right to unity and self governance of our nation on this our island of Ireland native homeland: Tiocfaidh ár lá!!!

Mise Éire - I am Ireland


P.s. Please also read: Ireland - British Colonial Terrorism Founded NI Statelet

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