Education experts are today predicting a massive increase in the amount of points that will be needed for the IRA this year.
The 2016 Easter Rising commemorations will bring a new level of interest and awareness to Irish nationalism and republicanism, that will see the demand for places rising like never before.
Training in the IRA gets graduates recognised and noticed internationally by a hoard of agencies, from MI5 to the FBI.
Students are trained in a variety of disciplines including: planning, organising, fund raising, international logistics, recruitment, extortion, political lobbying, Snapchat and bomb making.
Spokesmen for the IRA Gerry A. said:
The 2016 Easter Rising celebrations are going to be a much needed boost to the entire republican industry. It’s mainly only been students from Dundalk and Donegal that put down the IRA as their first choice, but this year we’re predicting a much broader appeal from students all over the country.
Fears are now growing that points for the IRA on the CAO for current leaving cert students may peak over 500 – some even suggesting it could be even as high as medicine.
Many are worrying that this will mean that the best candidates for roles in the organisation may not be able to get a place.
However, people who can’t get into honours degree courses, will be offered places in the Provisional IRA where on completion of their 3 year course, will have the option to do a further year to quality for inclusion in the Real IRA.
And Dundalk PLC is offering a 1 year part time course in the Continuity IRA, which will count towards securing a place on the Provisional course.
Students are reminded that there are always alternatives to your chosen career path and if there are any other concerns, call the IRA student helpline on 1800-32-32-32.