Your Iconic Irish Photograph



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Omagh. Thankfully both alive.

 

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A young Charles Haughey, just look at the beautiful determination in his eyes.

 

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Christy getting into it!
 

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Mind control of course... after the UK-colonial times came the church-colonial era between 1910 and 2000.

Celibacy and virginity... what about chastity?




 

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What's the photograph related to Ireland that should be in school textbooks 9at least for one subject)!
One per poster only!



This photo shows 2 outstanding sports stars who represent both sides of the island and it was taking after our superb grand slam victory.

It shows what Ireland can do!
Ireland's most boring man with some old geezer.
 

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One of many of this kind but they all tell a tale.


 

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Who's that?
George Seawright. He was an iconic Loyalist of the 1980s who believed a lot of incredibly strange things and managed to get kicked out of the DUP as it was back than for sectarianism. He would still be regarded today as a hero among strands of Loyalism. He was killed by the IPLO in a hit that probably involved also the UK Deep State.

Loyalist

George Seawright
 

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George Seawright. He was an iconic Loyalist of the 1980s who believed a lot of incredibly strange things and managed to get kicked out of the DUP as it was back than for sectarianism. He would still be regarded today as a hero among strands of Loyalism. He was killed by the IPLO in a hit that probably involved also the UK Deep State.

Loyalist

George Seawright
I thought it was fergal sharkey.

he sounds like great Craic though.
 
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General Urko

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Lads, I'm waiving the 1 pic rule per customer, you seem to be ignoring it any way!:rolleyes:
 
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George Seawright. He was an iconic Loyalist of the 1980s who believed a lot of incredibly strange things and managed to get kicked out of the DUP as it was back than for sectarianism. He would still be regarded today as a hero among strands of Loyalism. He was killed by the IPLO in a hit that probably involved also the UK Deep State.

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George Seawright
Ok. Thanks.
 

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At the Ballinasloe Horse Fair - the boys prepare their ponies ready for sale; Ballinasloe Fair is the meeting place for thousands of Irish Travellers (Ireland’s largest minority group) every year in october. It is one of the oldest fairs in Ireland. It's a fantastic image, by Heather Buckley who has been documenting the lives of Irish Travellers creating beautiful salt prints from some of the images.
 


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