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Thread: Misneach to hold public meeting / Cruinniú poiblí Misneach

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    Default Misneach to hold public meeting / Cruinniú poiblí Misneach

    Beidh cruinniú poiblí ar siúl ag Misneach chun Athbheochan na Gaeilge a phlé, Dé Máirt an 26ú Márta i gCois Teallaigh, Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge ag a 7.30i.n.

    Aoichainteoirí:

    Aindrias Ó Cathasaigh: 'An Ghaeilge agus an Réabhlóid'
    Feargal Mac Ionnrachtaigh: 'Athghabháil na Gaeilge sa Mhílaois Úr'

    Bi mar ball den ocaid: http://www.facebook....68652839936303/

    Lean Misneach ar facebook: http://www.facebook.com/misneach2012

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    Misneach will hold a public meeting to discuss the Revival of the Irish Language, on Tuesday 26 March in Cois Teallaigh, Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge, 46 Kildare Street, Dublin @7.30pm

    Speakers:

    Aindrias Ó Cathasaigh: 'The Irish Language and the Revolution'
    Feargal Mac Ionnrachtaigh: 'The Reconquest of Irish in the new Millenium'

    Join the event: http://www.facebook....68652839936303/

    Follow Misneach on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/misneach2012
    "An Ireland that will be not only Gaelic but free, and not only free and Gaelic but the Ireland of James Connolly, the Workers' Republic" - Máirtín Ó Cahdain

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    "An Ireland that will be not only Gaelic but free, and not only free and Gaelic but the Ireland of James Connolly, the Workers' Republic" - Máirtín Ó Cahdain

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    Quote Originally Posted by O Luain View Post
    Beidh cruinniú poiblí ar siúl ag Misneach chun Athbheochan na Gaeilge a phlé, Dé Máirt an 26ú Márta i gCois Teallaigh, Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge ag a 7.30i.n.

    Aoichainteoirí:

    Aindrias Ó Cathasaigh: 'An Ghaeilge agus an Réabhlóid'
    Feargal Mac Ionnrachtaigh: 'Athghabháil na Gaeilge sa Mhílaois Úr'

    Bi mar ball den ocaid: http://www.facebook....68652839936303/

    Lean Misneach ar facebook: http://www.facebook.com/misneach2012

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    Misneach will hold a public meeting to discuss the Revival of the Irish Language, on Tuesday 26 March in Cois Teallaigh, Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge, 46 Kildare Street, Dublin @7.30pm

    Speakers:

    Aindrias Ó Cathasaigh: 'The Irish Language and the Revolution'
    Feargal Mac Ionnrachtaigh: 'The Reconquest of Irish in the new Millenium'

    Join the event: http://www.facebook....68652839936303/

    Follow Misneach on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/misneach2012
    Which revolution?
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    Quote Originally Posted by O Luain View Post
    Tuigim go mbeidh sé ag caint air i dtéarmaí stairiúla ginerálta chomh maith le tagairt don todhchaí. Mar sin bheinn ag siúl go labhródh sé faoi tréimhse réabhlóideach 1913-1921 agus b'fhéidir ceann 1969-1998.

    I believe that he'll address the theme in a general sense, both historically and with an eye towards the future. Therefore I'd imagine he'd touch on the revolutionary periods of 1913-1921 as well as 1969-1998 too.
    There was a revolution in 1969-1998? Where?
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    Quote Originally Posted by statsman View Post
    There was a revolution in 1969-1998? Where?
    In plenty of places around the world actually during that period, but there was one in the north of the country.

    It was brought about by people who were willing to sacrifice their lives for their political beliefs. More than I can say for someone who has 23,000+ posts (90% of which are probably pointless trolling posts) on an internet forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by statsman View Post
    There was a revolution in 1969-1998? Where?
    San tuaischeart. Ca raibh tu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hewson View Post
    San tuaischeart. Ca raibh tu?

    (how do I do sine fadas on an iPad?)
    He either wasn't born or was behind a typewriter. It'd be good if the thread could stay on topic and not be de-railed because of a troll's lack of historical knowledge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hewson View Post
    San tuaischeart. Ca raibh tu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by O Luain View Post
    He either wasn't born or was behind a typewriter. It'd be good if the thread could stay on topic and not be de-railed because of a troll's lack of historical knowledge.
    Whatever it was that went on in the North, it most distinctly was not a revolution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by statsman View Post
    Whatever it was that went on in the North, it most distinctly was not a revolution.
    I would consider that the overthrow of one of Europe's most corrupt, bigoted, gerrymandering and sectarian of governments was worthy of the term 'revolution'.
    Abortion is an act of violence. Violence demeans humanity, particularly violence against women and children.

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