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Thread: Enniskillen Bombing , 24 years today

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    Sitting right where I am now when the News came in on RTE Radio

    Just got a totally sick feeling that No 1 so many innocent people were dead and injured

    - & 2nd at the Carnival of Reaction from the usual sources that would surely follow...

    - as it did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ergo2 View Post
    Have either SF or the Provos issued any apology for these murders?
    Of course. Years ago. And the perpetrators were reprimanded for incompetence. Their timing had been completely wrong. One of the numerous horrors unleashed by the UVF in 1912. Another tragic chapter in the legacy of Protestant terrorism in Ireland.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peader odonnell View Post
    People say Sinn Fein have moved on.
    Oh they've moved on alright. Now they're a party of immigrants, abortionists and trannies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schomberg View Post
    Probably the one atrocity of the troubles that really sticks out in my mind after these years for it's barbarity and complete needlessness. The interviews with Gordon Wilson afterwards were both moving and disturbing viewing listening to him recount the final moments of his daughters life. When republicans look back on that bombing today, through everything that's transpired, whats the feeling?

    The day could have been much worse though had the bomb in Tullyhommon exploded, killing children in the BB and GB.

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    Dreadful day. A day of shame in fact.

    Gordon Wilson's humanity and decency in the face of terrible loss, is deeply admirable. He literally did turn the other cheek.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niall996 View Post
    Of course. Years ago. And the perpetrators were reprimanded for incompetence. Their timing had been completely wrong. One of the numerous horrors unleashed by the UVF in 1912. Another tragic chapter in the legacy of Protestant terrorism in Ireland.
    What was incompetent about it ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niall996 View Post
    Of course. Years ago. And the perpetrators were reprimanded for incompetence. Their timing had been completely wrong. One of the numerous horrors unleashed by the UVF in 1912. Another tragic chapter in the legacy of Protestant terrorism in Ireland.
    Who did the UVF kill in 1912?

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    Quote Originally Posted by all the best View Post
    Who did the UVF kill in 1912?
    The poster didn't say the UVF killed anyone in 1912.

    But because the terrorist UVF brought the gun back into Irish politics in 1912, the terrorist UVF, like their terrorist Unionist forefathers, are responsible for the murder of countless Irish people in our country.

    The majority in Ulster (never mind the whole country) would have accepted Home Rule in 1912 - it was just you foreigners, as usual, who cause all the trouble in Ireland.

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