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Dublin - Event Notice
Saturday February 22 2014
03:00 PM

Hunger Strikes -- Needless Deaths? Conference

category dublin | rights and freedoms | event notice author Friday January 17, 2014 20:54author by Pádraig - Personal Capacity Report this post to the editors

Conference with speakers from those who were there

Richard O'Rawe, Dixie Tommy McKearney, Carrie McIntyre, Gerard Hodgkins and Gerard Foster speaking on the Hunger Strikes of 1981 when ten Republican prisoners died on hunger strike.

hunger_strike_talk.jpg

Did the prisoners have to die? Was what they eventually won on offer already?

author by brian clarke - All Voicespublication date Sun Jan 19, 2014 05:34Report this post to the editors

How can any pretentious historian or freedom fighter have credibility and be regarded as an objective commentator who engaged in persistent censorship. They certainly are no lovers of the truth, are they ? These self serving rednecks, besmirch the supreme sacrifices of Ireland's 22 hunger strikers.

"The truth is rarely pure and never simple." Oscar Wilde

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