The organisers of the Love Ulster Parade, which caused a riot on Dublin's O'Connell Street in 2006, have said they are organising another one.
William Frazer - who once wore an Abu Hamza costume to a court case - posted a video on YouTube yesterday, saying that he was coming down to Dublin to demand the Irish government engage with "the issue of justice for the genocide".
The Love Ulster Parade caused over €50,000 worth of damage and resulted in 14 injuries, including RTE's Charlie Bird who was with a bottle during the riots.
The organisers say that their parade will take place in January or February 2015 and will liaise with Gardai to allow their parade to happen.
Sinn Fein had, at the time of the 2006 parade, called for it to pass off peacefully. However, the hardline Republician Sinn Fein organised a presence at the march.
It's not yet known if the Gardai have made contact with the organisers or if the parade has been confirmed.