Tag Archives: Sinn Fein

Illustrating Adams

A cartoon focused twitter account called ‘Illustrated Gerry’ @GA_Illustrated has taken the bat shit twitter musings of Sinn Féin leader, Gerry Adams and visualised them. Reading Adams tweets sometimes leaves one wondering has he embarked on a Hunter S Thompson type of journey … Continue reading

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The first rule of Gerry Adams Club is: You do not talk about Gerry Adams club

Sinn Féin are bit touchy about Gerry Adams lately. This text, sent by a member of the Sinn Féin UCC branch, read: “Lads, off the back of the news about Gerry Adams, members of the Cumann are NOT to make any statement … Continue reading

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Sinn Féin putting the gun back into Irish politics

Today was the centenary of the founding of Cumann na mBann, which was a women’s nationalist organisation founded to advance the cause of Irish liberty. The state issued a stamp to commemorate their founding and President Higgins attended a State … Continue reading

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Sinn Féin Cllr John Brady gets served with eviction notice

Wicklow County Councillor John Brady has been in the wars lately. Only last week he was forced to reject claims that he staged a photo with drug syringes as an election stunt. Brady claims he found the syringes in the back garden … Continue reading

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Say hello to Sinn Fein’s Jonathan Graham

Say hello to Jonathan Graham, who began his speech at the Sinn Féin Ard Fheis in Wexford this weekend, by grandly declaring he is unemployed. Jonathan’s claim to fame is that he is the youngest candidate in the country running in … Continue reading

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What Chris Andrews really thinks of Sinn Fein!

Former Fianna Fáil TD for Dublin South East, Chris Andrews, has been making headlines this week for applying to join Sinn Féin. Sinn Féin’s national executive is expected to consider his application to join the party over the weekend. When … Continue reading

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Sinn Fein/IRA upset at being labeled Sinn Fein/IRA

So this picture is doing the rounds on twitter.   It’s a floor plan from last nights BBC question time broadcast from Belfast. Describing the DUP as “goodies” and SF/IRA as SF/IRA is the kind of ill judged humour that … Continue reading

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Sinn Fein Cllr plagiarises Fine Gael TD’s press release.

Some people will tell you that in todays modern cynical age of the internet – ‘originality is just plagiarism gone unnoticed’. One can only presume that member of Wicklow county council and Bray town councillor, Sinn Fein’s, John Brady, was hoping … Continue reading

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The Meath East By-election

The candidates for the Meath East by-election are, Fine Gael’s Helen McEntee, Fianna Fáil Senator Thomas Byrne, Cllr Eoin Holmes of  Labour, Sinn Féin’s Darren O Rourke, Sean O’Buachalla of the Greens, Seamus McDonagh of the Workers’ Party and Ben … Continue reading

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The Peoples Front of Judea call for a No vote

The No side is largely composed of parties whose links to each other are as incestuous and whose reasoning for voting no are as varied as Islāmic interpretation of the Koran. According to the Campaign Against Austerity Treaty website the political … Continue reading

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