[[Template core/front/global/utilitiesMenu does not exist. This theme may be out of date. Run the support tool in the AdminCP to restore the default theme.]]

Saor Éire 1931

Members
  • Content count

    4,151
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    85

Saor Éire 1931 last won the day on April 11

Saor Éire 1931 had the most liked content!

About Saor Éire 1931

  • Rank
    Senior Member
  • Birthday 02/22/1893

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Béal Feirste (Thuaidh)
  • Interests
    Republicanism in the 1930s














































Recent Profile Visitors

2,257 profile views
  1. bhfuil aithne agat ar 'eamus na Gaeilge' ? rinne sé Clár faisnéise faoi meaghar cupla bliain o shin anois, bhí sé ar TG4 Dúshlán bhféidir ach níl mé in ann é a fhail
  2. f I'd a just went to Dublin and rioted instead of getting ducked in to her evil ways... life would have been so different lol
  3. Id like to say that I felt the hand of history upon my shoulder that day but honestly I was lying blocked out of my skull in some woman's house in Port Stewart when it came on the news. Few Years later would meet some of those imprisoned over this. Fair play Dublin.
  4. In Spain a chara, they would like to tell you Gibralter is Engliand but it isn't.
  5. Saoradh - Unfinished Revolution (Facebook) Copy of the speech read out by Caoimhe McCullagh at Sunday's Commemoration: Rugadh Óglach Patricia Black i mBeál Feirste ar an 28ú Mí na Shamhna 1972. Ba í an dara duine is sine sa Chlann. Maireann a máthair Máire, a deirfúir is sine Joanne agus a beirt deartháireach Liam agus Peter. D'fhreastail Patricia bunscoil Naomh Oilibhéar Pluincéid ar Bóthar an Ghleanna. Lean sí ar aghaidh go Meanscoil Naomh Genevieve, áit a d'fhán sí go raibh sí sé bliaina déag d'aois. bhain Patricia triail as gruagaireacht i lár na Cathrach ach níor chlóigh sí leis. D'imigh sí léi go Manchan, áit a raibh a Clann ann agus d'óbair sí mar freastalaí ag beár ar feadh bliaina. Nuair a d'fhill sí abhaile, thug sí faoi deara nach móran athraithe sna Sé Contae ó thaobh polaitíochta de agus gan moill chuaigh sí i dtreo Óglaigh na h-Éireann, áit a bhí sí mar bhall de briogáid Beál Feirste. Go luath ba leir gur Óglach tiomsaithe abálta agus díograiseach í Patricia, mar gheall ar seo thuill sí meas ollmhór i measc a Comradaithe. An ról ba mhó a bhí ag Patricia na ag bailiú faisnéise. Choinnigh sí seo faoi rún ó gach duine mór thimpeall uirthí. Thuig Patricia na contuirtí agus an baoill a bhí i gcéist mar chuid de dhualgas s'aici mar Óglach. Óiche amháin mar shampla, nuair a bhí Patricia agus a comradaithe i mbun taisc a plé le gluaisteán de chuid an RUC lán le péas a bhí faoi cheilt ag an ám, tháinig an gluaisteán leanna aniar aduaidh ar an ngrúpa Óglach agus thósaigh an RUC ag scaoileadh piléar ag na hÓglaigh. De thairbhe seo bhí ar Patricia agus a comrádaithe críoch go tobann a chuir leis an oibríocht ach níos measc arís scaoileadh agus gortaíodh ceann de na hÓglaigh. In ainneoin seo uillig a fheiceáil, a comradaithe a scaoileadh agus a ngabhadh chuig na H-Blocks, níor chuir seo as do Patricia. Thapaigh sí an deis chun dul go Sasann chun dul i mbun Cogaidh. Oíche fuar fantach a bhí ann ar an an cúigiú lá déag de mhí na Samhna nuair a d'imigh Patricia agus a comradaithe go dtí st. Albuns, Hertfordshire. An Sprioc a bhí acu ná banna pearsanta mhíleata den“Blues and Royals. Nuair a bhí Patricia agus a comradaí Frankie Ryan ag siúil i dtreo na sprioce , phléasc an buama de thimpiste. Faraor, Maríodh an bhéirt láithreach bonn. I measc a cairde agus a comradaithe bhíodh clú ar Patricia mar bean óg cróga, rinne duine acu cur síos uirthi mar lean baineann, lán de chrógacht, mhisneach agus paisean. Ba í an chéad bean a fuair bás agus í ar fiannas, ní raibh sí ach ocht mbliaina déag d'aois ag an am. Ní dheachaigh saothar Patricia nó Frankie Ryan in aisce, mairfidh a n-íobairt go deo na ndeoir. Beidh cuimhne ag á gclann agus á gcairde ar á n-óige a mbaílleacht agus á gcrógacht i gcónai. Beidh a sceal mar ionsparáid don glúin óg agus an pobal i gcoitinne. Ní thabharfaidh seo sólas croí da clann Patricia dar ndóighe ach le bhfur dtoill glac sólas nach raibh sibh libh fhéin i bhur mbriseadh croí, Chaoin an pobail ar son Patricia, chaoin siad na gcilliní beaga, chaoin siad sna sráideanna agus i gcuid mhór títhí fud fad Béal Feirste beidh mion ghaire Patricia linn i gcónaí. Fágadh sa bhaile í Patricia i reilig Miltown in iorthar Bhéal Feirste. Go ndéanfaidh dia trócaire ar do anam. Volunteer Patricia Black was born in Belfast on the 28th of November 1972. Patricia was the second eldest in a family of four. She left behind her mother Marie, her eldest sister Joanne and two younger brothers Liam and Peter. Patricia was educated at St Oliver Plunket Primary School on the Glen road and later at St Genevieve's secondary school. Patricia left school at the age of sixteen, finding work in a city centre hairdressers, and then later moved to Manchester staying with family finding work as a barmaid for around a year. When she returned to Belfast Patricia quickly realised that nothing had changed in the Six Counties so at the young age of just eighteen she joined the ranks of the I.R.A. as a member of the Belfast Brigade. Patricia very quickly earned the respect and admiration of her comrades who were inspired by the determination and dedication of this young Woman. Patricia's work as a volunteer was intelligence gathering and full time operational involvement which she hid from all around her, in fact few knew of her role even in the ranks of Óglaigh na h-Éireann. Patricia knew full well her duties within the Army, as a full-time activist while on active service in South Belfast Patricia and her comrades were to carry out an operation on a legitimate British Target just off the Boucher road. Just as the unit approached their target an unmarked car carrying an RUC undercover unit opened fire shooting and wounding one of the Volunteers. Patricia and her comrades quickly aborted the operation and returned safely to base. Despite witnessing one of her comrades being shot and another arrested and others serving time in the H-Blocks, this did not discourage her from continuing and returning to full time active service. Patricia later had to go on the run and lie low, so when the opportunity presented it's self to take the war to England, Patricia didn't hesitate and quickly volunteered for the role. It was a cold Friday night on the 15th of November when Patricia and her comrades made the trip to St Albans, England Hertfordshire. Their target was the blues and royal's military personnel band. While Patricia and her comrade Frankie Ryan walked towards their target the bomb they were carrying accidentally exploded killing them both instantly. Patricia was known for her bravery within the close circle of Volunteers whom she served alongside, one describing her as: "a young courageous lioness who had so much courage and passion." Patricia was the first female to have died on active service in England and was the last female volunteer to have died while on active service at the young age of just eighteen years of age, just weeks from her nineteenth birthday. The youth, beauty and smile of Patricia did not die in a foreign street when she died alongside her comrade Frankie Ryan. In the hearts and minds of her family, friends, and comrades, it will inspire and strengthen our resolve. We cannot replace for her family the gift that was Patricia we can only say; in a lonely cell, in silent streets and many homes a sad tear was shed. Patricia's gentle smile will be with us forever. Patricia was laid to rest in a family plot in Milltown Cemetery West Belfast.
  6. Saoradh - Unfinished Revolution Page Liked · October 26 · Edited · Saoradh would like to take this opportunity to endorse the 25th Anniversary Commemoration for Óglach Patricia Black organised by the National Republican Commemoration Committee in conjunction with the Black family. Assemble at Shaws Road shops 1.30 pm Sunday 13th November 2016 Óglach Patricia Black died while on active service along with her comrade Óglach Frankie Ryan on 15th November 1991. Both volunteers died as a result of a premature explosion during an attack against British military personnel in England. Saoradh are calling on all members to make every effort to attend.
  7. Probably was the first shyte the dead organed bitch ever done and it just had to come on her at the most wonderful time in Irish History. Ah well she died roaring in the end.
  8. As we seen last night you get mixed up on your claims.
  9. Today they'd be called "Traitors to the Island of Ireland"
  10. Sorry for the delay in replying,The leaflet was issued on 18th August by G.A.R.C.
  11. On Friday 19th of August, at Sacred heart Parish Hall, a series of Multi agency meetings will commence and continue through-out the next number of months. These meetings are designed to both normalise and provide legitimacy to the British Police (R.U.C./P.S.N.I.) The meetings are facilitated by Sinn Féin alongside their anti-community phantom groups and have been so since 2007. Since 2007 our communities have not benefited but plunged deeper into despair blowing away the myth of a promised new dispensation. These multi-agency meetings have been and are guised as avenues for redress in communities that are besieged by anti-social behavior, crime and intimidation. British state forces attend the meetings alongside alleged community representatives in order to convince residents in these areas that there is a viable means to end their problems. The reality is that these meetings are simply another publicity exercise by British military intelligence to conceal the truth of their presence in our communities and to confuse and dissuade community opposition against their nefarious agendas. Over the past Six years in North Belfast there have been in excess of 6000 stop and searches which have been conducted by this MI5 led so called Police force. With-in the same period over 250 homes in North Belfast have been raided by the same crown forces. Children have been left traumatised and families terrorised to breaking point. This same force continues to facilitate coat trailing exercises through our community. The recent report into the massacre at Loughlinisland has exposed this so-called Police force as being nothing more than a murder gang for England’s interests. Victims of Collusion in North Belfast are joined by the victims of plastic bullets in the pursuit for justice. They have been ignored by the British and abandoned by Sinn Féin. Despite the resources made available by the British Government to harass and intimidate North Belfast Residents the same Government have failed to prevent a spiral of mayhem engulfing our communities which are now almost completely besieged by drugs, drug dealing, violence and death. We appeal to Fr. Magill to desist from using the parish centre, a place for all, as a tool to legitimize those who direct crime and terror against us all.
  12. Bilal Kayed's brother was sent images of the mural and has replied to IRPWA Béal Feirste with sincere thanks. Means a-lot.
  13. It is a good job the artists done well, PFLP hunger striker Bilal Kayed will also be supported through-out this weekends AIL events in acts of solidarity and gratitude to the Palestinian people for their support of our martyrs of 81.
  14. Just to prove a point, I will post all of the pictures of the white-line picket tomorrow which show 2 people to each white line from the top of the road until down past the corner, There was a good crowd like and then we will discuss their ages as if it fucking matters but sure if it passes 10 minutes for you what odds.