Plaid Leader Attacks Bigotry and Racism

November 29, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE An attempt by a far right group to stage a rally on Anglesey last weekend was thwarted when a much larger peace rally was staged as a counter. The so called ‘Infidels of North Wales’ had scheduled the

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Ireland: Shell Ready Pumps But Protesters Won the Moral Case

October 15, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE It tore the heart out of a community. There was heavy handed policing and brutality towards protesters. Men who had never put a foot wrong in their life were jailed. The military were deployed to obstruct protest. Fishermen’s

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Misneach: Success Over Facebook Campaign

September 30, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE We reported recently on the campaign by Misneach to get Facebook to stop deleting the accounts of users who submitted their names in the Irish language. (Link): I am pleased to copy this statement received in the

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People Seize Court: Let’s Hope This Catches On!

September 19, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE Now here is something that stuffed shirted bewigged Manx Deemsters, apparently perpetually anchored in the 19th century, had better not hope catches on in the Isle of Man. Integrity Ireland (I-I) which was set up to campaign against

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Mass Protest in Paris Inspired by Bretons

September 3, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE Thousand farmers are expected to protest in Paris today, a protest that the French State is not eager to see in the Capital. It all started following a meeting on the bridge of Morlaix, Brittany, the idea was

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Drone Protesters in Court in Wales

August 7, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE Four women have appeared in Court in North Wales charged with painting ‘anti-drone graffiti’ at Llanbedr airfield in June. The women were part of a group which has painted slogans and displayed protest banners at the airfield following

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Parents Despair Over Jubilee Events

May 29, 2012

News from Celtic press Events and celebrations surrounding the English monarchy are often a difficult time for nationalists from many of the Celtic countries, because of the prominence events are given in the media and in society in general by the establishment. In

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Protest Over Treatment of Bahrain Medical Staff

October 4, 2011

The Celtic League has written to the Embassy of Bahrain to protest at the trial and ill-treatment of medical staff in the kingdom. Earlier this year the League criticized the Manx government for signing a trade deal with the repressive regime. “The Ambassador

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Brittany: Demonstrations for Reunification of Brittany

June 29, 2011

5,000 On Street To End Nazi Partition of Celtic Country On 18th June 2011 protesters marched on the Breton city of Naoned/Nantes in a mass demonstration of solidarity in calling for the reunification of Brittany. Over 5000 people took to the streets in

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Wales: Hotel Language Ban Protest

April 22, 2011

WALES: HOTEL LANGUAGE BAN PROTEST The Welsh language organisation Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg has staged a protest at the hotel on Anglesey which is at the centre of a row over the language. A letter of protest was handed in. The Chair of

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