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