Future prospects remain fraught with danger and uncertainty for a fairly long time to come. The danger here is that, if as crucial a player in the international arena as the US continues to be driven by this paradigm, it could well produce the circumstances for its partial and devastating realization. The exception to this broad stream of responses is India itself, which has long been targeted by a Pakistan-backed terrorist movement that has sought to claim an Islamist justification.
This was followed by the housing of agricultural labourers, settled under the Labourers Ireland Act. With Irish local government already well established, O'Brien was convinced that to achieve the final hurdle of All-Ireland self-government, the success of the approach he used to win the Land Act, the "doctrine of conciliation" combined with "conference plus business", must also be applied to alleviate the fears and integrate the interests of the Protestant and Unionist community in their resistance to Irish Home Rule since The issue was a source of contention amongst a significant majority of Unionists largely but not exclusively based in Ulsterwho opposed Home Rule, fearing that a Catholic Nationalist "Rome Rule" Parliament in Dublin would discriminate or retaliate against them, impose Roman Catholic doctrine, and impose tariffs on industry.
While most of Ireland was primarily agricultural, six of the counties in Ulster were the location of heavy industry and would be affected by any tariff barriers imposed. He was condemned by party leader John Dillon for allegedly making former tenant farmers less dependent on the party and for the manner in which he secured a new political base in Munster through his alliance with D.
Sheehan and the Irish Land and Labour Association. Healy and unionist devolutionists during —05 in his engagement with the Irish Reform Association  and ensuing support for the Irish Council Bill. InDevlin was able to assure John Redmondthe Irish Party leader, that a planned meeting of the UIL would be well attended because he would be able to get more than AOH delegates to fill the hall.
Over UIL delegates attended. Redmond, who chaired the meeting, claimed it would burden the British Treasury and local ratepayers excessively. O'Brien argued that the curtailing Bill would kill land purchase by provoking refusal by landlords to sell and worsen relations between tenants and landlords.
The convention was obviously loaded against O'Brien when delegates suspected of supporting him were excluded at the entrance and assaulted in "probably the stormiest meeting ever held by constitutional nationalists". From which the event earned the name Baton Convention.
It was immediately openly denounced by Redmond, and at an Irish party meeting held on 23 March, the party voted fifty to one that membership in the League was incompatible with party membership.
Sheehan MP as Honorary Secretary, its foremost task to promote the League's principles and to hold O'Brien's seat in Cork at the inevitable by-election until his return. Griffith was in favour of cooperation if possible". Eleven Nationalists independent of the official party returned, seven of them his League's followers who won all their contests.
It rejuvenated his project of the All-for-Ireland League,  as well as a new newspaper The Cork Accentalluding to events at the Baton Convention. Its rules and constitution were formulated and endorsed at a public meeting on 12 April,  where it announced its Home Rule manifesto and political policies to be: For the accomplishment of this object the surest means were to be a combination of all the elements of the Irish population in a spirit of mutual tolerance and patriotic goodwill, such as shall guarantee to the Protestant minority of our fellow-countrymen inviolable security for their rights and liberties, and win the friendship of the people of Great Britain without distinction of party.
Many of the leading Protestant gentry of Munster, and representatives of the wealthy Protestant business and professional community joined the League. Unionism was declared by them to be a "discredited creed".
Nationalist and Unionists were called upon to recognise the unwisdom of perpetuating a suicidal strife which sacrificed them to religious bigotry and the political exigencies of English partie. A Central London branch was founded by Dr J. Fitzgerald MP as chairman, suggesting some disenchantment with his former Parnellite colleagues including John Redmond.
We are a generous people; and yet we are told we must keep up a sectarian bitterness to the end; and the Protestant Ascendancy has been broken down, only to build Catholic Ascendancy on its ruins. Are we in earnest about our country at all or are we seeking to perpetuate our wretchedness by refusing the honest aid of Irishmen?
Why should we throw unto the arms of England those children of Ireland who would be our most faithful allies, if we did not seek to disinherit them? A weaker brother disinherited by a stranger will naturally be his enemy England owes her world-wide power Ireland, alas, has had the talent of estranging and expelling her own children, and turning them It is time that all this should cease, if we still retain the ambition of creating a nation.
Decisive election[ edit ] Throughout the summer and autumn of the growth in strength of the AFIL continued in areas previously dominated by the UIL, which gave rise to considerable conflict.
AFIL supporters retaliated with equally aggressive street fighting, at times RIC police forces being called upon in several towns to disperse rioting crowds. In the up-and-coming election O'Brien's task was truly formidable.
All three County Cork bishops opposed O'Brien. O'Brien felt as if he were under siege from clerical forces and wrote despondently "We have to deal with a confederacy of the priests of this country to strangle the AFIL and to strike down its standard-bearers".
Many more injured in street brawls between the rival parties  Supreme in Cork[ edit ] Attempts to carry the contest into Irish Party territory failed; a meeting at CrossmolinaCounty Mayo ended almost fatally when revolver shots were fired and O'Brien's audience routed by toughs and priests.
In the end it was Cork, the country's largest county, which vindicated O'Brien's policies returning the eight seats to form his new political party. Healy lost his seat in Louth northbut was returned in a by-election after Moreton Frewen retired his seat in Cork north-east.
In a letter to the Prime Minister H. Asquiththe party specifically proposed Dominion Home Rule as the wisest of all solutions to the Irish question.
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