Public Info Booth about Eire Nua March 17 NYC Outside New York City's Penn Station 7th Ave. and West 33rd St National Irish Freedom Committee(Cumann na Saoirse Náisiúnta) will have a public information booth on March 17th 2005 (St. Patrick's Day) to raise the level of public awareness to the Irish formulated Éire Nua federal peace formula. The Eire Nua program, initially proposed in 1972, would as a basic requirement, reunite the British occupied six counties of Ireland with the rest of Ireland in an all-Ireland federation comprised of the four historic provinces of Ulster, Munster, Leinster and Connacht. This comprehensive and far-reaching program is a constructive Irish authored proposal in contrast to British imposed arrangements such as the Anglo-lrish Treaty of 1921, Sunningdale, Hillsborough and the Good Friday Agreement, all calculated to copper-fasten and legitimize British control over the occupied six counties of Ireland. We will also highlight the need to reverse the U.S. State Department's selective visa denial policy directed at proponents of Éire Nua at behest of a foreign government. Eire Nua Spokespersons such as Ruairi O'Bradaigh, and others, have been denied visas to enter the United States since 1973. Up to now, the U.S. government has acquiesced to British demands by summarily denying visas to individuals considered by the British to be effective spokespersons for Irish self-determination and, therefore, a serious threat to their unopposed and well managed public relations campaign here in America. The NIFC believes that the United States government should not engage in this type of censorship on behest of a foreign government. Please stop by during the day and show your support. St. Patrick's Day March 17, 2005 Outside New York City's Penn Station 7th Ave. and West 33rd St. From: 8am until ........ For additional info. Contact: eirenuavisa (at) For more information on the National Irish Freedom Committee (Cumann na Saoirse Náisiúnta) Please visit our website at