Meanwhile, In Ballsbridge

at

This morning.

Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.

Anti Imperialist Action writes:

To mark the 40th Anniversary of the launch of the 1980 Hunger strike, Anti Imperialist Action renamed Merrion Road in Dublin that houses the Brit Imperialist Embassy, as Bóthar Breandan MacAodha/ Brendan Hughes Road.

Road signs were erected to cover the current signs at the junction of the road that houses the Brit Embassy, at the Embassy itself and on the Bus Stops close by to honour the courage and sacrifice of the Republican Soliders in the H-Block who commenced a Hungerstrike Against British attempts to criminalise the Republican Struggle 40 years Ago this week.

Brendan Hughes the O/C of the Republican POWs and a deeply committed Socialist Republican led the strike against the Brits and it is fitting to rename the road that houses the epi-centre of Brit Imperialism in the Free State in honour of his heroic action and life long fight for Irish National Liberation and Socialist Revolution.

Anti Imperialist Action

18 thoughts on “Meanwhile, In Ballsbridge

  1. Scundered

    Placing unwanted signage around town is really going to show the authorities and gain support, eh.

  2. Brother Barnabas

    back in the good old days, Elton Park got changed to Elton John

    that stayed up for months

    beat that, eh!

  3. Niall

    I bet the Brits are pooing themselves, probably making plans to evacuate the 6 counties as we speak.

  4. Charger Salmons

    So THAT’S why Nigel was quiet on here this morning.
    I presume the leakage on the ground by the bus shelter was where waiting passengers pissed themselves laughing.

    UP THE REVOLUTION !

    1. Charger Salmons

      Who says Iranians don’t have a sense of humour.

      ‘ A fast-food restaurant was also named after him, which is a bit weird given how Bobby Sands died. ‘

  5. Drew MacLean

    Some real scumbag comments on here. What is it about a comment section that draws out so many sad people to try to be funny?

  6. Col

    Incorrect use of the tuiseal ginideach there I think.
    Any proficient gaelgóirí know the correct spelling? Bóthar Bhreandáin Mhic Aodha?

    1. Paulus

      Oh ho; the Thistle G is the boy that’ll sort the part-time gaeilgeoirs (like myself) from the hard-liners.

  7. Andrew

    Did they ask the people if they wanted this done? Did they fupp!
    The same way Brendan and his gang of criminals carried out their terror campaign. Fascist pigs

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