Friday November 27, 2020

Sinn Féin is an undemocratic Marxist clique masquerading as a political party

What do I make of modern Sinn Féin? Do I think it is a republican movement, a democratic movement? Do I think it is more likely to bring about Irish unity than other parties? The short answer is no

13th January, 2019

I categorise myself as a liberal Irish republican. By that I mean that my politics are based on liberal democracy in a state which is governed by the free will of a majority and which accords protection to the rights and liberties of all of its citizens equally.

The term “republican” denotes for me a state which is the servant of all its citizens and the master of none – a state that is not...

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