Wrong Tone

martinbodenstown.jpg

(Irish Times Editorial)

In attempting at the weekend again to reclaim the mantle of republicanism for Fianna Fáil, most notably from Sinn Féin, party leader Micheál Martin was returning to well-ploughed furrows. Speaking at the party’s Wolfe Tone Commemoration in Bodenstown on Sunday, Mr Martin rehearsed familiar arguments about the “great tradition of Irish republicanism” defined in terms of religious equality, freedom and constitutionalism, the “objective of creating a state which is tolerant, outward looking and run in the interests of the people.” Above all, a willingness to embrace change.

Please register or log in
to continue reading.

Urgent Appeal

The current pandemic is creating financial difficulties for many news organisations, and we are not immune. We are low on resources and need your extra support now to help us through this difficult period.

Please help by making a contribution. Even one pound a month can make a big difference for us.

Your contribution can be made with a credit or debit card by clicking below. Thank you. Go raibh míle maith agat.

© 2012 Irish Republican News