Land Of Howth And Glory [Updated]

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This evening.

Howth, County Dublin.

Earlier…

This afternoon.

Howth, County Dublin.

Ahead of a visit by Britain’s Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Via Irish Socialist Republicans (ISR)

Despite the ring of steel put in place by the Free State and British Security Services, Members and supporters of Anti Imperialist Action Ireland and the Anti Internment Group of Ireland slipped inside the cordon to stage a direct action against the English Royal Visit in Howth.

Beneath the Tricolor a large banner was dropped from Howth Abbey that read, ‘No Royal Visits- Our Mandate Our Republic!

Britain has no right to be in Ireland and its Royal Parasites are not welcome here.

Fight!

More as we get it.

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24 thoughts on “Land Of Howth And Glory [Updated]

  1. Rob_G

    “This is our mandate”

    One, two, three, four, five – six, six people, it looks like. Sounds about right – some outstanding mandate, alright.

    1. Brother Barnabas

      I like that you typed out your counting

      okay, I’m just going to press comment now and then check back in a little while to see if Rob_G has responded

  2. GiggidyGoo

    Kinda reminds me of that castle in Monty Python And The Holy Grail. “I fart in your general direction” etc.

  3. Anton Chigurh

    As they say: to the Queen, the world smells like fresh paint. I’ve never seen such a nice flat wide tamped gravel path up there. Needs more dogpoo and gorse.

  4. RuilleBuille

    Well done to the protesters against the visit of Mr and Mrs Saxe-Coburg- Gotha.

    Experts say it takes a colonised people over a hundred years to gain self respect and dignity. That clearly shows from the craven attitude shown here.

    1. Rob_G

      What a stupid and superior post.

      I’m opposed to the idea of monarchy in general. On the subject of ‘Wills and Kate’, I am largely agnostic; I imagine that they are nice enough people in their own way, but would not care especially if they walk up a nice hill or not.

      What I am very, very much opposed to is a tiny group of malcontents, who refer to Ireland as the “free state”, claiming to have a mandate to speak on behalf of the people of Ireland. They can protest the British royals until the cows come home, but to claim to have the ‘mandate’ for the ‘republic’ is as offensive as it is stupid.

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