Leo Varadkar and Micheál Martinunder the shadow of Arthur Griffith and UK Prime Minister Prime Minister David Lloyd George

This afternoon.

Dublin Castle, Dublin 2.

Tanaiste and Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar with Taoiseach and Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin speaking to the media during a visit to The Treaty, 1921: Records from the Archives exhibition at Dublin Castle ahead of its opening to the public. On this day 100 years ago – 6 December 1921 – the Anglo-Irish Treaty was signed.

Earlier: Just For One Day

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5 thoughts on “To Arthur

  1. Liam Deliverance

    Top ten useless and treacherous Taoisigh – that’s the only reason we might remember these two cabbages in years to come, both should have been ousted from political office decades ago yet here they still are, hanging around like a bad smell.

    1. Jerr

      And all that have died since 1921
      A civil war brother against brother the war of independence the civil war the troubles the bombings
      All for this
      In fact I could say if those who fought to give us our freedom knew this is what 100 years would bring
      I would say they would of just sucked up life in the empire

      1. Shayna

        “Was it for this the wild geese spread
        The grey wing upon every tide;
        For this that all that blood was shed,
        For this Edward Fitzgerald died,
        And Robert Emmet and Wolfe Tone,
        All that delirium of the brave?
        Romantic Ireland’s dead and gone,
        It’s with O’Leary in the grave.”

  2. bisted

    …take it down from the mast Irish traitors…it’s the flag we republicans claim…it should never be flown by free staters…because you’ve brought on it nothing but shame…

  3. Jerr

    Well this is what republicans fought so hard for
    A hundred years on and there we have it
    All the deaths all the fighting all the suffering
    There is no we republicans it’s we Irish of all colours these muppets these cabbages

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