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underthewingsofthblackeagle · 34 minutes ago
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I like the Irish President and love that he’s such a dog person.
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postacrossing · 40 minutes ago
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Received: Ireland, #537. 5 May 21
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postacrossing · 41 minutes ago
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Received: Ireland, #536. 5 May 21
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eopederson · an hour ago
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County Kerry Landscape (Tírdhreach Chontae Chiarraí), 2013.
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brizzyfrizzy · 2 hours ago
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Under Starling, Icarus | Track Review 🎵
Under Starling, “Icarus” | Track Review 🎵
Irish alternative rock band Under Starling compel on “Icarus,” an awesome, conceptual first single from their forthcoming debut album.         Danny provides some insight into “Icarus”: The narrative of the song goes back and forth between 2 characters, an optimist wading through life's oncoming choices, and a pessimist attempting to ‘clip their wings,’ however in the end the optimist would…
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samiprojects · 2 hours ago
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back in Fed 15th 2021 i posted a polandball comic this is the update and improve version i will also like to say thanks to the people who liked my original post
@marshmallowart3 @f-pato-uwu @mars-the-4th-planet. @comrade-socks.@thatonedork23
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theotherjourney7 · 2 hours ago
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“NEW (as of 11 May 2021): An inquest has found that 10 people shot dead by the British Army in Ballymurphy in 1971 were innocent and their deaths were without justification.
Taken 50 years for those families to secure justice.”-Lewis Goodall
“Breaking: Ballymurphy inquest find that all ten victims were “entirely innocent” when they were shot dead. Families react with applause and hugging
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... here are the findings for the ten victims (an eleventh who died from a heart attack, Paddy McCarthy, was not included in the inquest) -Fr Hugh Mullan & Francis Quinn:
Both shot by military, rejects MOD suggestion were shot by UVF
No evidence any shooting came from their position
Use of force clearly more than necessary
No direct evidence either man armed. No convincing evidence to justify why they were shot
Daniel Teggart, Joan Connolly, Noel Philips and Joseph Murphy:
Shot by British Army
No arms found on or near the dead
Evidence does not provide justification for these deaths
They were innocent people – cannot find who fired shots save to say must have been Paras
Edward Doherty:
He was an innocent man who posed no threat. Not associated with any terrorist group
Body showed no signs of petrol bomb or explosives
Soldier M3 says he was aiming at a petrol bomber but use of force was disproportionate
John Laverty and Joseph Corr:
Both were shot by British Army on balance of probabilities
No evidence of guns found on or near either men
Both men clearly shot in the back
Military evidence cannot possibly provide adequate justification for the use of lethal force on either man
John McKerr:
An entirely innocent man...shot indiscriminately
No IRA associations, he was a proud military man. No evidence he was armed
Impossible to say where exactly the shot came from, evidence not clear
Shocking there was no real investigation into his death at the time”-Stephen Murphy
“Here’s the Irish Govt reaction to Ballymurphy - Simon Coveney (Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Defence) describes it as “immense relief and vindication”.
He says every bereaved family must have access to process of justice regardless of perpetrator and calls for collective approach...seems to allude to 🇬🇧 amnesty plans
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.”-Stephen Murphy
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stairnaheireann · 3 hours ago
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#OTD in 1745 – At the Battle of Fontenoy, near Tourney in modern Belgium, the Irish Brigade of the French army under Lieutenant Charles O’Brien repulses the British and wins the day.
#OTD in 1745 – At the Battle of Fontenoy, near Tourney in modern Belgium, the Irish Brigade of the French army under Lieutenant Charles O’Brien repulses the British and wins the day.
The role of the Irish Brigade at the Battle of Fontenoy, where the French army won a notable victory over the British and Dutch, has been regarded as the greatest of Irish battle honours. However, this event is now largely forgotten, at least in this country. But that they once loomed very large in the Irish psyche explains a childhood address of James Joyce – Fontenoy Street in Dublin 7 – as…
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old-soul-young-mind · 3 hours ago
hey i like your blog :) do you have any tats?
Hi, thank you for the ask! I don't have any tattoos but would love some. I've always wanted a little crescent moon because ✨moon✨ and maybe something to represent my aunt who passed away, I dunno. I'm very indecisive so I probably wouldn't be able to get one because I wouldn't be able to choose 😂
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pcdoctorsolihull · 4 hours ago
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County Antrim, Northern Ireland
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dubnoiz62 · 4 hours ago
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Tree Tunnel, Meath, Ireland
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winehackerredux · 4 hours ago
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A Door to the Past, Fahan, Ireland
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jpgillarduniverse · 4 hours ago
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Tree Tunnel, Meath, Ireland
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warrenelburrito · 4 hours ago
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Autumn Forest, Dublin, Ireland
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madplanetmusics · 4 hours ago
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Tree Tunnel, Clare County, Ireland
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guillamscovu · 4 hours ago
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Stone Fence Maze, Ireland
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