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Sunday January 08 2012
02:45 PM

MaryLou mcDonald to address the annual Sean Sabhat Commemoration Limerick City 8 Jan 2012

category limerick | miscellaneous | event notice author Monday January 02, 2012 16:42author by Joe Hickey - Sinn Feinauthor email joehickey1919 at eircom dot net Report this post to the editors

MaryLou mcDonald to address the annual Sean Sabhat Commemoration Limerick City 8 Jan 2012

MaryLou mcDonald to address the annual Sean Sabhat Commemoration Limerick City 8 Jan 2012

MaryLou mcDonald to address the annual Sean Sabhat Commemoration Limerick City 8 Jan 2012

THE annual Sean Sabhat Commemoration will take place in Limerick on Sunday 8th January. Sinn Féin Vice-President, Mary Lou McDonald TD, will be the main speaker this year.

The commemoration will commence at 2.45pm at Bedford Row with a march to Sabhat’s grave at the Republican Plot, Mount St. Laurence Cemetery. The McSwiney/ McCurtain Memorial Band from Cork and the Carrick-on-Suir Republican Flute Band from Co. Tipperary will also take part in the commemoration.

All welcome.......

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author by Standing by Real Republicanismpublication date Tue Jan 03, 2012 16:37Report this post to the editors

A disgrace this woman who hasnt a republican bone in her body would orate at the grave of Sean South.

McDonald is typical of the type of careerist rats that inhabit the Shinners nowadays.
Someone who saw her chance after the ceasefire and the complete reformation of the Provisionals to launch her constitutional political career on back of movement that literally paved a path with its own blood.
Im surprised she even knows who Sean South is.

author by Redundant Republicanpublication date Wed Jan 04, 2012 19:29Report this post to the editors

Sinn Fein pursues an equality agenda that does not include equality for former republican comrades. It is hypocritical but expected that they would continue to hijack republican events.The leaders of SF criticise and condemn the actions of today's republicans active against the continued British presence in Ireland yet be present to remember the sacrifice of Sean South. They continue to commemorate the sacrifice of the 1981 hunger strikers yet survivors of that hunger strike are treated as enemies.All part of the game, what shinners called the only show in town. Pretence and lies .Mary Lou is a FF reject and they were past masters of hypocracy, pretence and lies.

author by A Freemanpublication date Thu Jan 05, 2012 17:41Report this post to the editors

Sean South was a fine clerical fascist, member of Maria Duce and Legion of Mary and well known as an anti-semite, a great man indeed!

author by Standing by real republicanismpublication date Fri Jan 06, 2012 21:11Report this post to the editors

Seam Sabht was a devout Catholic alright but that has been used by Freestate propangandists to slander him, given the outpouring of support around his death, suddenly he was fascist, Maria Dulce member etc

No proof for any of it, I take it you got it from wikipedia Freeman

Fianna Fail simply didnt want any support for the IRA in the early years of the state

 
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