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Brendan Hughes born into a working-class Republican family in the Lower Falls road area of Belfast, joined the IRA in 1969, when his uncle, Charles Hughes was its Belfast commander. Brendan became an important part of the Irish
Word on the street from Belfast tonight, is that Gerry Adams President of provisional Sinn Fein is about to resign, amid further controversy relating to child rape and the murder of a Belfast widow with 10 children.
Those who study the rise of the Nazis wonder amazed how an evil gangcould brainwash what appeared to be a civilized cultured people likeGermany. It is a story so amazing that its yet another case of thetruth being stranger than
The Paedo Party of Ireland have come up with their own particularly Irish solution, to massive cutbacks against the people of no property in Ireland, rather than the impudent solution of the French Trade Unions protecting
We have passed the 1,000 membership mark with THE CAUSE - Ireland, which I believe under circumstances of censorship and technical attacks on our site is magnificent. I am very proud to be part of this achievement byDiasporadoes
The statistic of one girl in every three and one boy in every five, being raped or abused is rising in British Occupied Ireland where it is being sponsored by the British Government.In the other British compliant scum state in the
The Armed Forces Minister, of Great Britain, Mr Archie Hamilton made an extraordinary statement to the British Parliament at the end of January 1990. It concerned the activities of Britain's top undercover agent, born in British Occupied Ireland,
Cities of many third world countries have many stray dogs that crap all over the place but you will never see the results. Wealthy western holiday makers used to wonder where the mountain of missing poop went ?.Yesterday an anonymous source
Ms.Suzanne Breen is the Northern Editor of the Sunday Tribune of oneof the very few mainstream media outlets, to tell the truth about widespread child rape enabled by the leaders of the now discredited'peace process' in Ireland. Ms Breen says
The BBC's John Simpson commenting today on the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to the Chinese dissident, Liu Xiaobo, said it is a reminder of the damage autocracies do to themselves when they clamp down on freedom of speech and thought.