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Left Archive: Republican Sinn Féin, United Ireland Éire Nua, c.1990s January 23, 2017

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This short leaflet outlines very briefly the aims and approaches of Republican Sinn Féin. Dating from the 1990s it includes a quote from Ruairí Ó Brádaigh and reference to the Éire Nua policy platform of the party which was developed in Provisional Sinn Féin and carried across to RSF after the split in the former organisation in 1986. Notably it includes both English and Irish language text.


1. Paddy Healy - January 23, 2017

On The Anniversary of First Meeting of First Dáil
Please Read Full Text http://wp.me/pKzXa-tz
The manifest was grounded on the teachings of James Connolly-“the cause of Irish Unity is a Social Cause”. The Democratic Programme of the First Dail was quoted. In that programme the right to human welfare was placed above the right to private property. A return to this principle is urgently necessary to stop evictions of people from homes and farms. The preamble to the Fenian Manifesto 1867 was referenced. The Fenian document stressed the necessity to overthrow foreign landlords who were sucking the blood out of the country. At a time when Ireland is being sold off to vultures who are moving billions out of the country, the overthrow of these international gangsters is again necessary.
For a new Michael Davitt ! For a new James Connolly!


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