Anthony McIntyre an ex-freedom fighter, is author of two highly controverial books, called, "Voices from the Grave" and "Death of Irish Republicanism," that have resulted in the prosecution and persecution of many of his ex-comrades. Some of you may say fair enough, he is entitled to write what he likes, however as a censor offender, he is also responsible for the lates culture of widespread fascist, censorship in Ireland today. Ireland has a long history of this, which has left the island, generally ignorant and backward, with resulting widespread corruption, itself the source of ongoing politcal violence.
McIntyre's predecessors, like Eamon De Valera, brought the British hangman Pierrepoint over from London, to hang Irish freedom fighters, he also engaged firing squads to do the same. The Fascist Blueshirts executed numerous Irish freedom fighters, without any trial. McIntyre's promotion of a censorhip culture with Irish republicans, is best demonstrated, in his daily blog the Pensive Quill, where he is advertizes himself as a self confessed censor offender.
There were few survivors of these Censorship Pogroms in Ireland, with the exception of Ruarai O'Bradaigh and a few more. While I am not a member of any political organization and I regard armed struggle, as the option of last choice, with the moral responsibility, to exhaust all other means and that it needs to be reserved, strictly for defensive purposes of endangered communities, political free thought, speech or literature, I nevertheless strongly recommend the following group as a source of the authentic, censored legacy of traditional Irish freedom fighters. Irish Republicanism was brought to Ireland by Protestants, with first hand knowledge of the the French Revolution. One of the most important documents published as a result of the Revolution was, "The Rights of Man - Thomas Paine." His 31 articles are below from which it is evident, that those who engage in censorship, are definetly not republicans.