On this day in 1791 the United Irishmen held their inaugural meeting in Belfast Of Ireland’s many revolutionary moments, perhaps this was the most important

4:30 PM · Oct 18, 2021

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In a 32 County Socialist Republic, can we bring back sideburns and mutton chops?
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Now that’s a proper band 🇮🇪☘️
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Mostly Presbyterian, where has their spirit gone from the PUL community. Most know nothing of these men.
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Alot of them cut from the same cloth as the men who fought the British in Americas fight for independence.... whatever happened to em🤷‍♂️
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Replying to @ChrisHazzardSF
Real Republicans.
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@SeanOConnor4 that u bottom left?
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Visionaries #🇮🇪
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I bet you the United Irishmen would have decided to attend the event of the churches to 'mark' partition. It's a shame to to those parties which have abandoned the ideals of Wolfe Tone.
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I wonder if he would have accepted the job of speaker of the house of a British administration as a compromise.
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Important to realize that the act of union satisfied their demands and that’s why Presbyterians were won over
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