WATERBURY, CT JULY 27, 2015 – On his trip to America presumably deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness will be visiting the United States for the purpose of seeking assistance from the U.S. for the continued British occupation of Ireland. However, we agree with Gerry Adams, president of Mr. McGuinness’ own political party, when he stated that the only request any Irish person should make of the British is the date of their withdrawal from Ireland.
Alternatively, the Irish authored Éire Nua federal peace plan should be considered in Congress when matters pertaining to Irish affairs are discussed.
Joseph E. Flaherty on behalf of the U.S. Éire Nua Committee
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