It seems the lefties are once again trying to attack the Gal Gréine society. You make reference to its cathaoirleach Tomás mac Cormaic and his anti immigration views, and a load of crap about an ex-member and friend of yours being in Sinn Féin with him and revealing all about how he met a member of the Celtic Wolves. In fact the person you are talking about is also a former Sinn Féin member in Cork James Mac Barron, turned anarcist.
I have been long aware of Tomás mac Cormaic anti immigration and anti homosexual views, and it comes as no surprise to learn that they were also his views when a member of Sinn Féin and were also the views of a large section of Sinn Féin in Cork. Craobh Gal Gréine was founded by over 30 members who have all previous backgrounds within Sinn Féin and the Provisional Movement, Republican Sinn Féin and the 32 county Sovereignty Committee. So numerically it seems that a far greater section of Republicans support traditional nationalism, as opposed to the neo-colonial policy of Europe that has been embraced by the liberals within Ireland.
The greatest concern in reference to the article about Gerry Mc Geough in the searchlight magazine, is a contribution made by Mags Gleenon, who cliams that the Catholic Religion has no place within Irish nationalism. Yet she is to the fore-front of trying to promote abortion as some sort of national ideology?
Firstly I would like to comment that Searchlight is a foreign organisation and should keep its nose out of Irish politics. The Irish nation is sick of English interference within our nation, and this is just another example of foreigners trying to dictate their policies to the Irish people. Secondly, in the past Catholicism has had a very strong association with the nationalstruggle. Patriots such as Patrick Pearse, Terence Mc Swiney, Sean South and J.J. O' Kelly all make a point of writing of how important their religious faith was to the national struggle. Finally, the days of the Penal Laws are well and truly over. The Irish have a right to express their religious beliefs in harmony with their political beliefs. I don't see the liberals attacking Islamic extremists for their religious beliefs, so it is hypocritical of them to attack Gerry Mc Geough and other Irish nationalists over theirs.