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Government 1916 commemoration = Hypocrisy

The department of the Taoiseach published a notice about this years 1916 commemoration. We can only hope that, after they read the proclamation for the umpteenth time, the words will finally sink in to those reading it and prompt them to change their ways and live by the same ideals as the Catholic men and women who fought in 1916. The proclamation and the subsequent preamble to the Irish constitution are undoubtedly Catholic, but yet the current Irish "leaders" are hell bent on trying to destroy that core principal of those whom they claim to commemorate.


A Ceremony to mark the Anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising will take place outside the GPO, O’Connell Street, Dublin on Easter Sunday 9 April 2023, commencing at 12 noon.





The Ceremony will be led by the President Michael D. Higgins, the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, T.D., and the Tánaiste and the Minister for Defence, Micheál Martin, T.D, all of whom support the destruction of the family and the foolish attempt at the destruction of the Catholic faith, which will fail.


Defence Forces Personnel, including a brass band, a pipe band and representatives of the Army, the Air Corps and the Naval Service will take part in the Ceremony, which will (weather permitting) conclude with an Air Corps fly past.


At noon the National Flag on top of the GPO will be lowered and the 1916 Proclamation will be read by an Officer from the Defence Forces. At this point we hope those in attendance will realise the most important line in the proclamation - "We place the cause of the Irish Republic under the protection of the Most High God." It is for this reason that the people of 1916 had some success, and it is for that reason that Ireland will not have success until it returns to to placing itself under the protection of the One True God, which can only be done by obeying His Commandments.


The President will then lay a wreath to commemorate those who died in 1916. A minute’s silence will be observed. It is a good and noble thing to honour the dead. But what has the disgraced president got to say in relation to the many many Irish children who have been murdered as a result of his hand signing abortion into law. At that moment he officially withdrew Ireland from the protection of God and placed Ireland under the bondage of Satan.


A reminder of the Catholic identity of the leaders of 1916 can be seen in the following poem written by Joseph Plunkett who was executed for his role in the 1916 rising. His poem “I See His Blood upon the Rose” is fitting for this Holy week and Easter weekend which was chosen as the date for the rising because of the connection with sacrifice and resurrection.


“I See His Blood upon the Rose”


I see his blood upon the rose

And in the stars the glory of his eyes,

His body gleams amid eternal snows,

His tears fall from the skies.

I see his face in every flower;

The thunder and the singing of the birds

Are but his voice—and carven by his power

Rocks are his written words. All pathways by his feet are worn,

His strong heart stirs the ever-beating sea,

His crown of thorns is twined with every thorn,

His cross is every tree.”





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