Eh? Where did I say that? What I actually said was that there is ample evidence for collusion between the security forces and loyalist terrorists. Not all of the security forces, of course but a significant number.But then you were claiming that the RUC knew all about the activities of loyalist terrorism.
You can't have your cake and eat it.
Most of your posts are sectarian, not to mention provocative and sometimes dangerous. The way you target the entire GAA with your poison is particularly shameful considering the number of wholly innocent members who were murdered by loyalists over the years. By the way, if the GAA is such a demonic force, can you explain why it attracts so much outside sponsorship from multi-national companies?So was my post sectarian, and yours wasn't you haven't told me yet, your opinion?
Here's a sample of some current GAA partners:
The GAA is Ireland’s largest Sporting, Cultural and Community Organisation, with over one million members and over 2,750 Clubs throughout