A radical change in strategy by Óglaigh na hÉireann (ÓnaÉ), the small insurgent group active in the United Kingdom’s legacy colony on the island of
Over the last one hundred years the five-pointed red star has become a well known symbol of communism and some strands of socialism around the globe.
I was recently asked by a US historian with a fresh interest in Irish revolutionary politics if I could list for him the main parties and
As expected the Easter weekend witnessed the usual display of overweight men and women marching in ill-fitting, quasi-military uniforms while professing loyalty to the revolutionary republic declared 101
Last weekend saw the launch of Saoradh, a self-titled “Revolutionary Irish Republican Party”, at the Canal Court Hotel in Newry, County Down. Attended by around
A quick piece on the ongoing Maíria Cahill controversy, in particular the sudden reactivation of a number of anonymous anti-republican blogs which are now collating
Last Friday morning the journalist and writer Paul Larkin highlighted on Twitter some evidence that a “Mairia Cahill” from Belfast had formerly served as the
It seems that the Irish-based spooks of MI5, Britain’s Security Service, are growing ever-more brazen now that the dangers of staring down the business-end of