Why should I get involved in the Éire Nua U.S. Campaign?
U.S. policymakers were misled into believing the British arranged Good Friday Agreement, signed by the London and Dublin governments on April 10, 1998, was an all-inclusive arrangement bringing about the reunification of Ireland. However, the agreement is full of deliberate constructive ambiguity! As an American citizen, you have the right to speak and act because your government is deeply involved as a guarantor of the Good Friday Agreement of 1998.
Special Note To all Activists: The Éıre Nua national campaign is being promoted because of your contributions to the Irish Cause. The disappointments have not been easy, but your work and efforts have not been in vain. In truth, we are closer now than ever to realizing a sovereign Irish nation.
We are offering you an opportunity to see the results of all your efforts be put to a positive end. Coupled with the energy of current generations, they will finally become the generation that plans to see a free, dignified, and prosperous Ireland in their lifetime. Your time has come. We need your help and ideas. Let us bring it home!
Éıre Nua U.S. Campaign On-Line Application
Éıre Nua and Noraid (Irish Northern Aid) have a historical activist relationship in the United States. In 1972 the front cover of the Noraid Ad Journal featured the Éıre Nua program.
That was no accident. Noraid supported the Éıre Nua solution of the four provinces federal proposal – an Irish solution at that time and for some time later.
Even the Unionist/Loyalist was in agreement with Ó Brádaigh and Ó Conaill, the co-authors of Éıre Nua, on the main points of a federal Ireland.
Unfortunately, because Éıre Nua began to take hold in Fermanagh, Galway and Donegal the Éıre Nua program was scuttled and censored by the British, Free State and Provo axis. Since the political elite turned their back on Éıre Nua over 3500 people, many non-combatants, lost their lives for another British arrangement for Ireland, the sectarian-based peace process known as the Belfast Agreement or Good Friday Agreement.
Former Noraid members, from the 1960s thru the 1980s, may remember those days of hope and the tremendous dedication that they had for the Cause— and wonder what happened. They and their work have not been forgotten. They should reap their harvest.
The stage was well set during those years. Éıre Nua, the Irish authored plan, has actually survived and is growing. We believe it is time to light that fire again. Éıre Nua activists in each state are needed to join the national movement.
The email is firstname.lastname@example.org . The website is eirenua.blog
I hereby apply for participation in the Éıre Nua U.S. Campaign. I agree to abide by and support the organization’s objectives as stated below:
To increase awareness in the U.S of the Irish authored Éire Nua political program and the proposals contained therein to achieve a free and sovereign 32-county Irish Republic and to engage political leaders, the media and the American public in bringing pressure to bear on the U.S. government to include the Éıre Nua proposals in all matters pertaining to Irish sovereignty.
Cumann na Saoirse Náisiúnta
2018 Easter Commemoration
Graveside of Joe Stynes, Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx, NY
22 APRIL 2018
EASTER RISING COMMEMORATION
2018 is the 99th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence (Forógra na Saoirse) adopted by Dáil Éireann at its first meeting in Mansion House, Dublin, on 21 January 1919.
Easter Rising Commemoration
Sunday, April 22
9:30 am (sharp)
On the closest Sunday to the date of April 24, 1916, Easter Rising, CnSN/NIFC will commence its 2018 Easter Commemoration at the grave of CnSN/NIFC founder and unrepentant Fenian, Joe Stynes, in Woodlawn Cemetery, Webster Ave. and 233rd St., Bronx, NY 10470, at 10:00am. Grave location: Rose Hill Plot, North Border Rd., corner of Elder Ave. Directions to and within the cemetery are printed on the back of this page. If you have any questions, please call Jane at 718-683-6903.
The commemoration will begin at 9:30 sharp.
An Irish brunch buffet will follow at Keane’s Bar and Restaurant, 4340 Katonah Avenue, Bronx, NY 10470. Keane’s is less than ½ mile from the cemetery. Tickets are $25 and are available at the door. Children under 14 are free.
There is NO program at Keane’s. We hope you will join us at the restaurant for good food and fellowship after the commemoration at the cemetery.
For more information, contact Jane at 718-683-6903 or Maggie at 845-492-7198.
Maggie Trainor, Chairperson
GREATER NEW HAVEN ST. PATRICK’S PARADE
SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 2018
CELEBRATE IRISH HISTORY, HERITAGE,
LANGUAGE & CULTURE
You are invited to proudly march with
Éire Nua U.S. Committee.
Contact or rsvp:
eirenua.blog or email@example.com