Djarrygando Supports Circumstantially Legitimate Violence...

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Ex Dear leader for life and current Sf/Ra puppetmaster has given a spiel to 'Der Spiegel'...

DER SPIEGEL: Is violence a legitimate means with which to reach one's aims?

Adams: I think in given circumstances. And the circumstances at that time in the north were that people were being denied their rights.

DER SPIEGEL: You have defended IRA violence on multiple occasions as "legitimate resistance." As a devout Catholic, how do you reconcile that with your faith?

Adams: It's still my view that the use of armed actions in the given circumstances is a legitimate response. Whether you exercise that right is another issue. And of course, there were many things that the IRA did which were wrong.


Gerry Adams - SPIEGEL ONLINE

So in circumstances were people are being 'denied their rights', violence is acceptable? Now correct moi if moi's wrong but haven't Sf/Ra been banging on about denied rights?...

Thursday Ms O'Neill said: "This is the first chance that people will have since the DUP collapsed the talks and denied people their rights,


https://www.aol.co.uk/news/2018/04/05/kingsmill-tweet-row-wont-affect-sinn-fein-vote-in-by-election/

So do the current circumstances meet with djarrygando's Circumstantially requirements for Legitimate Violence?


Shin flake moved quickly to defend former dear leader for life by blaming Blueshirts, Fenian fallers, Orangies, and Brit imperialists...

A party spokesman said: “There is no political party in Ireland which hasn’t supported the use of armed action as a legitimate response in given circumstances. Each year political parties across Ireland commemorate the Easter Rising and the Tan war.

"Others commemorate the armed actions of 1690, loyalist mutinies against the British Government and the partition of Ireland against the democratic wishes of the Irish people, World Wars and British imperialist wars of aggression, which continue right across the globe.”


https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/sinn-fein-defends-gerry-adams-comments-on-use-of-violence-36788316.html

Others have accused adams of jusifting murder yet again...


"Has he learnt nothing? Have they learnt nothing?

"Has he not listened to victims over the past 20 years?"

Ann said it was all the more traumatic to hear his views on the anniversary of the day her sister was brutally killed on April 8, 1984, as she walked home from Mass.


"It is very important that he is held to account by the British, Irish and American Governments," she added.

"They (the IRA) still justify going out and murdering human beings going about their daily business, whether it was walking home from church - as my beautiful sister was on this day 34 years ago, with my father and mother - or someone out tending their farm land, or somebody out socialising, or somebody out just doing their job.

"It's quite incredible that Gerry Adams still thinks that to achieve political aims it's okay for violence."


https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/ira-victims-sister-condemns-gerry-adams-comments-on-legitimate-use-of-violence-36786640.html

So depressing. After everything that has happened. Wrong message for next generation. SF proves again it has no respect for PIRA victims. Taking innocent life cannot be justified. Do SF think targeting a school-bus was legitimate? La Mon? Enniskillen? Teebane?

Others belive his words could be used as a rallying cry for armed republicanism...

“a major boost to so-called dissident republicans”.

“This is dangerous talk at a time when we are in a political vacuum and many impressionable young people on the republican side may hear these words and decide that violence is a legitimate way forward. I think that Gerry Adams is in danger of doing a lot of damage to the peace process with these kind of utterances.”


https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/adams-justification-for-ira-violence-a-boost-to-dissidents-donaldson-1-8450150

As for there were many things that the IRA did which were wrong. no sh!t sherlock, but ye still think they were Legitimate...
 


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This thread must be treated seriously and given all due respect. I will now sing Joe Dolce's Shaddap Your Face to recognise it as such.
 

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Tis alright ladies moi knew the OP would be too complex for yer limited minds to deal with...
 

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Ex Dear leader for life and current Sf/Ra puppetmaster has given a spiel to 'Der Spiegel'...

DER SPIEGEL: Is violence a legitimate means with which to reach one's aims?

Adams: I think in given circumstances. And the circumstances at that time in the north were that people were being denied their rights.

DER SPIEGEL: You have defended IRA violence on multiple occasions as "legitimate resistance." As a devout Catholic, how do you reconcile that with your faith?

Adams: It's still my view that the use of armed actions in the given circumstances is a legitimate response. Whether you exercise that right is another issue. And of course, there were many things that the IRA did which were wrong.


Gerry Adams - SPIEGEL ONLINE

So in circumstances were people are being 'denied their rights', violence is acceptable? Now correct moi if moi's wrong but haven't Sf/Ra been banging on about denied rights?...

Thursday Ms O'Neill said: "This is the first chance that people will have since the DUP collapsed the talks and denied people their rights,


https://www.aol.co.uk/news/2018/04/05/kingsmill-tweet-row-wont-affect-sinn-fein-vote-in-by-election/

So do the current circumstances meet with djarrygando's Circumstantially requirements for Legitimate Violence?


Shin flake moved quickly to defend former dear leader for life by blaming Blueshirts, Fenian fallers, Orangies, and Brit imperialists...

A party spokesman said: “There is no political party in Ireland which hasn’t supported the use of armed action as a legitimate response in given circumstances. Each year political parties across Ireland commemorate the Easter Rising and the Tan war.

"Others commemorate the armed actions of 1690, loyalist mutinies against the British Government and the partition of Ireland against the democratic wishes of the Irish people, World Wars and British imperialist wars of aggression, which continue right across the globe.”


https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/sinn-fein-defends-gerry-adams-comments-on-use-of-violence-36788316.html

Others have accused adams of jusifting murder yet again...


"Has he learnt nothing? Have they learnt nothing?

"Has he not listened to victims over the past 20 years?"

Ann said it was all the more traumatic to hear his views on the anniversary of the day her sister was brutally killed on April 8, 1984, as she walked home from Mass.


"It is very important that he is held to account by the British, Irish and American Governments," she added.

"They (the IRA) still justify going out and murdering human beings going about their daily business, whether it was walking home from church - as my beautiful sister was on this day 34 years ago, with my father and mother - or someone out tending their farm land, or somebody out socialising, or somebody out just doing their job.

"It's quite incredible that Gerry Adams still thinks that to achieve political aims it's okay for violence."


https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/ira-victims-sister-condemns-gerry-adams-comments-on-legitimate-use-of-violence-36786640.html

So depressing. After everything that has happened. Wrong message for next generation. SF proves again it has no respect for PIRA victims. Taking innocent life cannot be justified. Do SF think targeting a school-bus was legitimate? La Mon? Enniskillen? Teebane?

Others belive his words could be used as a rallying cry for armed republicanism...

“a major boost to so-called dissident republicans”.

“This is dangerous talk at a time when we are in a political vacuum and many impressionable young people on the republican side may hear these words and decide that violence is a legitimate way forward. I think that Gerry Adams is in danger of doing a lot of damage to the peace process with these kind of utterances.”


https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/adams-justification-for-ira-violence-a-boost-to-dissidents-donaldson-1-8450150

As for there were many things that the IRA did which were wrong. no sh!t sherlock, but ye still think they were Legitimate...
Who will hold them accountable ?
 

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Oh looky a Gerryatric troll...
 

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The DUP UUP support RAF bombs in Syria like any good Russian does-Gerry Adams is 100 per cent for the Peace today but unfortunately Unionist leaders can't make that same claim-
 

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He said it after one of those €30 bottles of wine, m'lud.
 

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Ex Dear leader for life and current Sf/Ra puppetmaster has given a spiel to 'Der Spiegel'...

DER SPIEGEL: Is violence a legitimate means with which to reach one's aims?

Adams: I think in given circumstances. And the circumstances at that time in the north were that people were being denied their rights.

DER SPIEGEL: You have defended IRA violence on multiple occasions as "legitimate resistance." As a devout Catholic, how do you reconcile that with your faith?

Adams: It's still my view that the use of armed actions in the given circumstances is a legitimate response. Whether you exercise that right is another issue. And of course, there were many things that the IRA did which were wrong.


Gerry Adams - SPIEGEL ONLINE

So in circumstances were people are being 'denied their rights', violence is acceptable? Now correct moi if moi's wrong but haven't Sf/Ra been banging on about denied rights?...

Thursday Ms O'Neill said: "This is the first chance that people will have since the DUP collapsed the talks and denied people their rights,


https://www.aol.co.uk/news/2018/04/05/kingsmill-tweet-row-wont-affect-sinn-fein-vote-in-by-election/

So do the current circumstances meet with djarrygando's Circumstantially requirements for Legitimate Violence?


Shin flake moved quickly to defend former dear leader for life by blaming Blueshirts, Fenian fallers, Orangies, and Brit imperialists...

A party spokesman said: “There is no political party in Ireland which hasn’t supported the use of armed action as a legitimate response in given circumstances. Each year political parties across Ireland commemorate the Easter Rising and the Tan war.

"Others commemorate the armed actions of 1690, loyalist mutinies against the British Government and the partition of Ireland against the democratic wishes of the Irish people, World Wars and British imperialist wars of aggression, which continue right across the globe.”


https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/sinn-fein-defends-gerry-adams-comments-on-use-of-violence-36788316.html

Others have accused adams of jusifting murder yet again...


"Has he learnt nothing? Have they learnt nothing?

"Has he not listened to victims over the past 20 years?"

Ann said it was all the more traumatic to hear his views on the anniversary of the day her sister was brutally killed on April 8, 1984, as she walked home from Mass.


"It is very important that he is held to account by the British, Irish and American Governments," she added.

"They (the IRA) still justify going out and murdering human beings going about their daily business, whether it was walking home from church - as my beautiful sister was on this day 34 years ago, with my father and mother - or someone out tending their farm land, or somebody out socialising, or somebody out just doing their job.

"It's quite incredible that Gerry Adams still thinks that to achieve political aims it's okay for violence."


https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/ira-victims-sister-condemns-gerry-adams-comments-on-legitimate-use-of-violence-36786640.html

So depressing. After everything that has happened. Wrong message for next generation. SF proves again it has no respect for PIRA victims. Taking innocent life cannot be justified. Do SF think targeting a school-bus was legitimate? La Mon? Enniskillen? Teebane?

Others belive his words could be used as a rallying cry for armed republicanism...

“a major boost to so-called dissident republicans”.

“This is dangerous talk at a time when we are in a political vacuum and many impressionable young people on the republican side may hear these words and decide that violence is a legitimate way forward. I think that Gerry Adams is in danger of doing a lot of damage to the peace process with these kind of utterances.”


https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/adams-justification-for-ira-violence-a-boost-to-dissidents-donaldson-1-8450150

As for there were many things that the IRA did which were wrong. no sh!t sherlock, but ye still think they were Legitimate...
So Gerry has also validated Gusty Spence and Billy Wright etc

If they were that bothered about civil rights why didn't they wage their war in the 26 county entity - where rights were even thinner on the ground? Let us look at the reality – 80% of a generation had to leave the ROI. Those who stayed? The ROI had the HIGHEST coercive confinement rate in the World. Higher even than the Soviet Union..... And until the 1980s Wives in the ROI were legally their husbands’ chattels – the same status as his cattle or his horses. And we can see the way those deemed the underclass were treated by the revelations from Tuam and all the inquiries. Didn't the denial of the civil rights of the women and children abused count? It was interesting to see, for all the mythology, that in a submission to the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry from Saint Patrick’s Training School regarding how they were treated by the Unionist Government: Br Lawrence O’Toole, Assistant General of the Order, was quoted in 1957 as describing the Ministry of Home Affairs as “liberal and benevolent”, a “fairy godmother.”
 

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So Gerry has also validated Gusty Spence and Billy Wright etc

If they were that bothered about civil rights why didn't they wage their war in the 26 county entity - where rights were even thinner on the ground? Let us look at the reality – 80% of a generation had to leave the ROI. Those who stayed? The ROI had the HIGHEST coercive confinement rate in the World. Higher even than the Soviet Union..... And until the 1980s Wives in the ROI were legally their husbands’ chattels – the same status as his cattle or his horses. And we can see the way those deemed the underclass were treated by the revelations from Tuam and all the inquiries. Didn't the denial of the civil rights of the women and children abused count? It was interesting to see, for all the mythology, that in a submission to the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry from Saint Patrick’s Training School regarding how they were treated by the Unionist Government: Br Lawrence O’Toole, Assistant General of the Order, was quoted in 1957 as describing the Ministry of Home Affairs as “liberal and benevolent”, a “fairy godmother.”

Gusty Spence murdered people in 1966, did Gerry have a time machine, or did they.....the nonsense you are posting is becoming ever more perverse....
 

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So Gerry has also validated Gusty Spence and Billy Wright etc

If they were that bothered about civil rights why didn't they wage their war in the 26 county entity - where rights were even thinner on the ground? Let us look at the reality – 80% of a generation had to leave the ROI. Those who stayed? The ROI had the HIGHEST coercive confinement rate in the World. Higher even than the Soviet Union..... And until the 1980s Wives in the ROI were legally their husbands’ chattels – the same status as his cattle or his horses. And we can see the way those deemed the underclass were treated by the revelations from Tuam and all the inquiries. Didn't the denial of the civil rights of the women and children abused count? It was interesting to see, for all the mythology, that in a submission to the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry from Saint Patrick’s Training School regarding how they were treated by the Unionist Government: Br Lawrence O’Toole, Assistant General of the Order, was quoted in 1957 as describing the Ministry of Home Affairs as “liberal and benevolent”, a “fairy godmother.”
What "rights" was Spence being denied when he decided to murder in 1966?

As for Billy Wright, spare me. Proponent of the McBride Principles was he?
 


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