Ireland is a Nation

It’s a little known fact that the island of Ireland is only about 1/9th of the national territory. Most of the other eight-ninths stretches far out into the Atlantic Ocean, and let us not forget our share of the Irish Sea.

This marine territory is not only full of rich fish stocks, but also contains vast amounts of mineral, oil and gas reserves.

For decades the fish stocks have been plundered by other European nations under EU rules and we’ve all heard the song about the Brits’ trying to steal our gas fields near Rockall.

So what are our political parties doing about this? The short answer is ‘nothing’. The long answer is ‘absolutely nothing at all, at all’.

The unionists just want to be English, while living in Ireland and the nationalist/republican parties just want to be good European citizens. They relish the prospects of killing Irish babies from January on and then rapidly re-stocking the country with foreigners from all over the world because…we haven’t enough people of our own to work the nation. Some logic.

The Tyrone A.O.H. is solidly pro-Irish Nation. We don’t want to be ruled by either London or Brussels. We want a strong Ireland for the Irish people and a proud homeland for our overseas diaspora.

We want the Brits out and the EU off our backs. We advocate taking back our territorial waters and using our fish and mineral reserves for the benefit of our own people.

Ireland for the Irish. Is that too much to ask for?

Éire go Brách!

With many thanks to: AoH Tyrone for the original posting.

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