Anton Chigurh writes:
Defiant tricolour, Weehawken Cove, Hoboken, New Jersey…
I thought you might be interested in the patriotic soup I’m making for lunch. Next week I need to figure out a starry plough recipe.
We may never know.
The Convention Centre, Dublin.
Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald arrives for a Dáil session sporting a perspex
balaclava face shield….
Convention Centre, Dublin.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin arriving for a sitting of the Dail wearing a bespoke face mask featuring his name alongside a tiny defiant tricolour for added protection.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, center with French President Emmanuel Macron, right, and Taoiseach Micheal Martin, left, during a round table meeting at an EU summit in Brussels, Belgium yesterday
The €750 billion deal was sealed after intense negotiation that saw a threats of a French walkout and a Hungarian veto – and fierce opposition from the Netherlands and Austria to too generous a package.
Summit chairman Charles Michel tweeted “Deal” shortly after the 27 leaders finally reached agreement at a plenary session.
“This agreement sends a concrete signal that Europe is a force for action,” Mr Michel said at a dawn news conference.
Was the miniature defiant tricolour really necessary?
🇭🇺🇵🇱 PM Orbán: HUN and PL didn't simply secure substantial funds at the #EUsummit, we have also protected our national pride. We have successfully refused all attempts that would have tied access to EU funds to "rule of law criteria". Stay tuned for more! @MorawieckiM pic.twitter.com/uZRuuBwtSl
— Zoltan Kovacs (@zoltanspox) July 21, 2020
Cork City, Cork, Ireland. 06th July, 2020. A full Moon descends behind the Irish Tricolor that fly’s over the Elysian in #Cork City, #Ireland #buckmoon #fullmoon #moon @creedonphoto @pure_cork #city pic.twitter.com/yyUn6sDRmV
— David Creedon (@creedonphoto) July 9, 2020
One day, we’ll plant that flag on that moon and watch it flutter.
From top: Gardiner Street, Dublin 1; Dorset Street, Dublin 1; Mountjoy Square Park, Dublin 1, and Cabra, Dublin 7.
Eoin Drinan writes:
Things that look like Ireland (look at the shadow…The Shadow!!!)…
— SharonGaffney (@Sharon_Gaffney) March 4, 2020
Howth, County Dublin.
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.
More as we get it.