Saturday, 5 May 2012

Irish Patriots Against Communism

A 1930's poster issued by the Irish Blue Shirts who sent volunteers to fight on the Nationalist side in the Spanish Civil War.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Eoin O'Duffy set up the Army Comrade Association to protect the Cumann meetings from attack by IRA men under their slogan 'no free speech for traitors' (seem the no free speech/cordon sanitaire is a thread which is consistent with Marxists).

It is also believed that he approached the German legation in Dublin with the offer of establishing an Irish Volunteer Legion to fight on the Russian Front to save Europe from Bolshevism.

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wY3u_tj6UBQ

21 deputies elected.

There will be those who will analyse (a tad too much!) them but at the end of the day, the Greek peoples perception via all the Elders' propaganda is that Golden Dawn are Patriots, Nationalists, Fascist, National Socialist and WACIST! and yet, they had the backbone to vote 21 of them in to represent their views.

All racial nationalists need to take note, that following the BNP/Turd Way wimp-out line is not what our people need nor indeed expect from us!

Anonymous said...

You may find this interesting:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/9263050/Claiming-Rochdale-grooming-not-about-race-is-fatuous-Trevor-Phillips.html

Withfinder General of the Race Industry pulls the rug from beneath the police/CPS and all the politico/clergy apologists for what everyone else knows is the activity of Paki sex cases.

Democratic Nationalist said...

Were there IRA/ Sinn Féin supporters of the Spanish Nationalists as well as the Blueshirts in the Spanish Civil War? Because there was the Briogáid na hÉireann (Irish Brigade).

Anonymous said...

The Sinners/'RA would have been with the International Brigaders, the Free Staters would have been with the Blueshirts. Doesn't really make any difference really because none of the Blueshirts undertook any combat in Spain anyway, just a gimmick, similar to the British Freikorps.

Anonymous said...

There was a case of a man who went over from Dublin to fight with the socialists. People told him before he went: "you will be fighting against God." When he came home he was completely ostracized and had to find work teaching in a Jewish school. RTE did a program on him. His name escapes me.

De galore Ardenti.

Anonymous said...

No, Sinners supported the International Brigaders, their socialist tendencies became plain for all to see in '22

Anonymous said...

Sinners/'RA are MARXIST.

They use the Gaels/Catholicism as a means to an end, nothing more, nothing less.

Similarily, just as the Ashkenazi prosper at the expense to the Sephardic!

Anonymous said...

Every I.R.A. campaign prior to Vatican II was condemned by the Catholic Church, and "volunteers" excommunicated/interdicted and denied a Catholic burial. Enough said about the supposed Catholicism of the I.R.A. Purely a flag of convenience.

De valore ardenti

Anonymous said...

Doesn't really make any difference really because none of the Blueshirts undertook any combat in Spain anyway, just a gimmick, similar to the British Freikorps.............My uncle Gerry was with the Blue Shirts in Spain and I can assure you he did see plenty of action.He was also with the Black Shirts at the start of the great jewish war of 39-45.His first action was the evacuation of Dunkirk.After that he had an undercover roll.I would suggest you do a little research on the Irish.As for the IRA at that time.Plenty of them were not communist and went to fight the communists in Spain and elsewhere in Europe.Best wishes.Mick Og

Anonymous said...

Actually only a minority of IRA were Communist in the 1930s. There was a split and the left wingers in Sinn Fein set up the Republican Congress. Communists were banned from the IRA. There is a photograph in Brian Hanley's book on the IRA showing a Spanish Civil War veteran Brendan Kielty who fought for Franco with a certain Gerry Adams in the late 60s.


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