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Limerick - Event Notice
Sunday January 01 2012
12:30 PM

Seán Sabhat Commemoration, Limerick.

category limerick | history and heritage | event notice author Monday December 12, 2011 23:16author by Sharon. - Individual. Report this post to the editors

Seán Sabhat Commemoration , January 1 , 2012.

Assemble at Horse and Hound Pub , Mulgrave St, Limerick City, at 12.30pm

Seán Sabhat Commemoration , Limerick , January 1 , 2012.
Seán Sabhat Commemoration , Limerick , January 1 , 2012.

UPDATE:

The annual Seán Sabhat Commemoration will be held on Sunday , January 1 , 2012 :
Those attending are asked to assemble at:
Horse and Hound Pub ,
Mulgrave St,
Limerick City,


at 12.30pm,

From where a Parade will leave for Mount St Lawrence Cemetery. Speaker: Dan Hoban


Apologies there was a bit of a mix up regarding the time and meeting point but these event details are now definitely correct.

Thanks, Sharon.

Related Link: http://1169andcounting.blogspot.com
author by Sharon's expublication date Tue Dec 13, 2011 18:07Report this post to the editors

The Sean South march is an awful sight. Republican Sinn Fein and Provisional Sinn Fein both have their own but meet at the same place. RSF leave earlier and then they trade insults as PSF approach the grave yard. This is all enjoyed by plain clothes pigs who watch over the proceedings.

Harks back to those darker days of Ireland during my childhood. Now is the time for unity in class struggle. A new front has opened up and the people are being screwed again.

I don't care for your sectarian politics!

 

author by Sharon. - Individual.publication date Tue Dec 13, 2011 22:09Report this post to the editors

 

......as your 'timing' is way off !

 

Hi 'Ex' !

Both organisations do indeed assemble  "at the same place"   - but not at the same time : when PSF are leaving Bedford Row (about 3pm) the RSF Commemoration , having started at 12.30pm , is over. I think you are confusing the source of the "insults" you mentioned ie they would be coming from the Special Branch men you referenced , rather than either of the above-mentioned two organisations.

I'm puzzled as to how you can describe the fact that  "people are being screwed" as a "new"  development - perhaps you have been searching in closets for  "sectarian politics" for too long and have allowed the last few years (and State budgets) to escape your attention ?

Thanks anyway !

Sharon.

Related Link: http://1169andcounting.blogspot.com
author by Galway Manpublication date Thu Dec 15, 2011 22:11Report this post to the editors

I'm amazed and disturbed that people who regard themselves on
the political left consider the far-right Sean Sabhat/South to be worthy of
admiration.

"Between the late 1930s and 1950s a number of anti-semitic pamphlets were published by
Father Denis Fahey of the Holy Ghost missionary order. Fahy was an influential figure amongst
Irish Republicans such as Sean South, who established a branch of Fr. Fahy's organisation,
Maria Duce, in Limerick in 1954, following the priest's death, and disseminated his
writings...South can be seen to exemplify how sectarian anti-Semitism persisted in Limerick
in devotional and nationalist movements half a century after the 1904 pogrom".

 "Racism and Social Change in the Republic of Ireland", by Bryan Fanning, (p.70-1).

What did Sean South ever do for the Irish working class?

author by Sharon. - Individual.publication date Sun Dec 18, 2011 17:22Report this post to the editors

Hi Galway Man ! From my understanding of this event , Seán Sabhat is being commemorated for his contribution to Irish Republicanism , not because he was / wasn't a religious trade unionist ? Thanks, Sharon.

Related Link: http://1169andcounting.blogspot.com
 
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