Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Gerry Naofa In Connecticut


Sa nuachtán logánta léigh mé go mbeidh Gerry Adams mar aoi ag oscailt ‘Músaem An Ghorta Mhóir’ ar láthair Quinnipiac University (Hamden, CT) ag an deireadh seachtaine.  Dealraíonn nach eol do lucht na hollscoile iomlán stair Gerry, nó sin a dúradh liom mar fhreagra ar r-phost a sheol mé chucu. 

3 comments:

  1. Bíonn fógraí ag QU i rith mhórshiúil Naomh Pádraig achan bhliain, agus taispeáitear an seomra a bhfuil an músaem sin ann, a bhí ar oscailt cheana féin, sílim. Is cuimhin liom comhartha mór ar an bhfalla a deir 'An Gorta Mor' [sic]. Seans nach mbíonn siad ró-chúramach...

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  2. Mise anois acu mar phrofaire. Sé a bhí acu ar an gcuireadh chun oscailt oifigiúil an mhúsaeim ná ‘Músaem An Ghorta Mór’. Níór fhéad me gan mo ladar a chur isteach sa scéal go bhfuair mé cuireadh chun bheith i láthair agus chun bualadh le Gerry agus Aire éigin ó Dháil Eireann. Seans ar bith, a deirimse.

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  3. Seo freagra Gerry ar líomhaintí Dolours Price

    Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams has denied claims relating to the 1973 Old Bailey bombing. Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams has described as “deeply hurtful” claims levelled against him by former IRA prisoner Dolours Price. Ms Price has alleged he sanctioned the 1973 Old Bailey bombing in which one man died and more than 200 were injured in an interview with last week’s Sunday Telegraph. She has also purportedly told the Boston Tapes project she was implicated in the murder of mother of 10 Jean McConville when acting for her then alleged IRA commander Mr Adams – a charge the Sinn Féin leader denies. Mr Adams today described the Ms Price’s allegations as “very, very serious” as well as “untrue” and “false”. Asked why he did not attempt to sue Ms Price, Mr Adams said: “Because I don’t have the money.” The Louth TD said he would not make a statement to the Dáil because he had no case to answer. “I think it’s very disappointing . . . and it’s very disappointing that some sections of the media and other political parties repeat these claims as if they were fact,” he said. “I’ve no case to answer. Let me say that what happened to Jean McConville was a grave injustice to her and to her family. The IRA has opened up on those issues, came forward on those issues, apologised for all of that.”

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