Cumann na Saoirse Náisiúnta

National Irish Freedom Committee

Eire Nua, the only viable solution to Irish reunification

 April 2005

In stark contrast to the British authored, on again off again, Good Friday Agreement (GFA), Eire Nua, the Irish authored peace formula is the only real hope of achieving a just and lasting peace in Ireland. Initially proposed by Sinn Fein in 1972, Eire Nua sets forth specific proposals to start the process of Irish reunification and reconciliation in the context of a British withdrawal. It includes proposals for a new all-Ireland constitution. The principle on which Eire Nua is based envisions a system of government in which all creeds and traditions would be represented and all citizens could exercise real power, without any one group infringing on the right of others.

On the other hand the GFA does not offer any real hope for peace in Ireland as has being demonstrated since its inception in 1998. It does not revoke the partition of Ireland,  the basis tenet of the Government of Ireland Act 1920 and the subsequent Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921. The centerpiece of the GFA, the power-sharing executive is merely a compilation of earlier failed agreements repackaged to  impress the gullible and provide a cash cow for the latest batch of moles, touts and traitors.  

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