Tag Archives: Defiant Tricolour

Top of the bottom of the world, Ma.

Ultan Mashup writes:

Worth a shoutout! Irishman Paul Robinson has broken the record for the fastest time running a mile in Antarctica. Great video with defiant tricolour!

Paul Robinson?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avOIqQE1hYQ&feature=youtu.be

 

Are we clear?

Or suppressed.

Like ‘Knowledge Report’, who writes:

The website for the new Scientology ‘Ideal Org’ in Firhouse. Dublin 24 (‘© 2017 Church of Scientology Mission of Dublin Ltd) is live.

Clicking the donation buttons brings you to a Paypal page so you can pledge a ‘Donation For Logistics Support’

Whois information blocked.

Protest info to follow, pending consultation with local residents.

Oh and a cheesy video (above) to go with it… complete with some good aul Irish bluegrass.

Idealireland

Finally.

Eimear Breen writes:

The ‘Father of the Irish Tricolour’, revolutionary and soldier, Thomas Francis Meagher is celebrated in a new stamp released by An Post today.

In 1848, Meagher brought the flag which was later to become the flag of the Irish Republic, from Paris to his home city of Waterford….

Designed by Dublin design studio WorkGroup, the stamp is based on a portrait of Meagher, by Charles, the stamp and a very collectable First Day Cover (FDC) are available from main post offices, at the stamp counters at Dublin’s GPO or online (at link below)

An Post

cityhallflag

This morning/afternoon.

The Palestinian flag will fly alongside the Irish tricolour above City Hall, Dublin until the end of the month as a ‘gesture of solidarity with the people of Palestine’ following a motion, passed Monday, proposed by People Before Profit Dublin City Councillor John Lyons,

It was carried by 42 to 11, with seven abstentions.  Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil opposed the motion.

Top pic via Cllr John Lyons

Update:

cityhall2

This afternoon.

A ceremony to mark the raising of the Palestinian flag over City Hall with, from left: TDs Bríd Smith, Gino Kenny, Cllr John Lyons, Richard Boyd Barrett TD, Fatin al Tamimi and Martin Quigley, from the  Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC).

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