Irish Voice Despite Addams Family's British Censorship
Cead Mile Failte, A Hundred Thousand Welcomes
The existence of such a culture of British inspired censorship and intimidation has been the backdrop of traditional republicanism since it first emerged. The leadership within Provisional Sinn Féin now supported by a British controlled Irish media do not want their credentials scrutinised. Working class activists, are informed that they cannot speak in public, if deviating from the movement's pro-unionist line. The same principle is applied to republican family meetings. Activists who ask difficult questions of an Adams party speaker are 'gripped' after the event and told such behaviour is non-acceptable behaviour.