DON’T HAVE TO BE ASKED TWICE… THEY SIGN AND SHARE THIS PETITION
IMMEDIATELY … AND THEY RECRUIT OTHERS TO SIGN AND SHARE … BECAUSE
THEY SEE IT AS A GREAT HONOR AND SACRED TRUST.
IRISH PETITION — IRELAND ONE NATION
“Ireland, too, has the right to be One Nation under God,
indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”
This online Petition is entrusted to you—as it is to me— as a sacred trust. We must get many thousands to sign it—it’s the least any concerned person can do. It is free, just click and sign— https://www.change.org/IrelandOneNation
It is our honor, privilege, and duty to play our part in helping to create a new, shared, 32-County Ireland— in the unity and solidarity of The Beloved Community, with liberty and justice for all.
Our Petition—although inspired by, and based on, the famous American Pledge of Allegiance—is universal in its appeal and intention, evoking what is best in the human heart regarding the fundamental issue of justice and peace. This Petition is consistent with the Good Friday Agreement. Furthermore, national self-determination is a fundamental American principle and is the right of every Nation. The Petition is, also, inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s teaching on The Beloved Community and by Saint Pope John Paul II’s teaching that “peace is the fruit of solidarity.”
I ask the Irish-Worldwide —and all people of goodwill— to embrace this Petition in their hearts, prayers, and action. And, of course, you do not have to be Irish to sign. We welcome all supporters of international human rights and national self-determination.
Let us help to build up The Beloved Community in the unity of a new, shared, Ireland, for peace is the fruit of solidarity.
If you want to read background information on the Irish issue and the work of the Irish National Caucus, a new edition of Fr. McManus’ Memoirs has recently been published: My American Struggle for Justice in Northern Ireland [Third U.S. Edition 2019]. Available at IrishNationalCaucus.org and on Amazon. See what others are saying about this book by clicking or pasting in your browser this link — http://www.irishnationalcaucus.org/praise-for-memoirs-and-…/
Finally, click to read, “Fr. McManus’ Partitioned Parish and Partitioned Country.”