Fake News Irish style.How long has it been goin on.

mac tíre

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They killed the innocent but the innocent died because the JCB Murderistas started a fire fight with the forces of law and order.
British bullets killed Anthony Hughes that day - from behind. A heinous crime on your book. Is that still your position?
 


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Yeah but at time there was no mention that the "Loughall Martyrs" had the blood of 50/60 on their hands.No mention of it years later when European Court of Human Rights were giving it to the Brits
How do you know that they killed the other people?
 

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The Irish Press was literally founded on fake news and scamming.
It went out of business because the "Irish" Independent outplayed them at it :)

Ireland's mainstream media are bought & paid for.
 

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The first shot was fired by the sf/ira murder gang and the totally innocent person was killed. That was not a heinous crime however as the State Forces were dealing with a gang of bloodthirsty cut throats for the benefit of the taxpayer. Even Jarry had called time on this out of control cabal of homicidal maniacs. Not many a tear was shed. The good,hardworking and decent folk of the area breathed a sigh of relief.
Actually that's not at all what happened. It wasn't some sort of cross fire accidental scenario. The British army trained their guns on two innocent people driving their car and fire 34 bullets into it. Murdering one of them. How can that not be heinous?
 

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Yeah but at time there was no mention that the "Loughall Martyrs" had the blood of 50/60 on their hands.No mention of it years later when European Court of Human Rights were giving it to the Brits
Well no one knows anyway. The guns may have forensically been shown to be connected to other events during the war but that doesn't necessarily tell you who were the combatants.
 

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Actually that's not at all what happened. It wasn't some sort of cross fire accidental scenario. The British army trained their guns on two innocent people driving their car and fire 34 bullets into it. Murdering one of them. How can that not be heinous?
You have been well trained by your sf/ira gauleiter. Parking the bus was never a tactic that found favour in the Oxford Union. I am however sure it is all the rage down in whatever cumann you frequent.
 

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Soldiers in an army? The IRA?
Army, resistance movement, revolutionary force, freedom brigade, rebels, whatever. Take your pick. A war is a war. Army comes from the French, to be armed. Not sure what your issue is. Do you think names change anything?
 

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You have been well trained by your sf/ira gauleiter. Parking the bus was never a tactic that found favour in the Oxford Union. I am however sure it is all the rage down in whatever cumann you frequent.
It appears that being straight and consistent in ones use of language is not obligatory in the Oxford Union. I put it to you again. Two innocent people driving along a country road. British soldiers elect to fire thirty four bullets into their backs killing one of them. Heinous act? Or collateral damage? We know it wasn't an accident.
 
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Incorrect.
My point is that sf/ira can attempt to justify the most heinous of crimes against humanity
And for those who will not swallow the justification provided by Slabz Frenz, SF politicians will provide virtue signalling.

The younger generation of voters did not know about the murduring or the robbing or the intimidation.

The only know the virtue signalling.
 

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Army, resistance movement, revolutionary force, freedom brigade, rebels, whatever. Take your pick. A war is a war. Army comes from the French, to be armed. Not sure what your issue is. Do you think names change anything?
They were the armed wing of an entity with less than 20% of the popular vote in NI in the 1970s and 1980s.

Who were prepared to murder and bully the remaining 80% as they saw fit.

Bullies, thugs & thieves.
 

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It appears that being straight and consistent in ones use of language is not obligatory in the Oxford Union. I put it to you again. Two innocent people driving along a country road. British soldiers elect to fire thirty four bullets into their backs killing one of them. Heinous act? Or collateral damage? We know it wasn't an accident.
Obviously accidently collateral damage.

To make an omlette, you have to break a few eggs.
 

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They were the armed wing of an entity with less than 20% of the popular vote in NI in the 1970s and 1980s.

Who were prepared to murder and bully the remaining 80% as they saw fit.

Bullies, thugs & thieves.
Are you saying that a certain electoral vote is required to make an army an army? Or a resistance movement a resistance movement? It's all about election votes? That's interesting.
 

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It's amazing the amount of Free State eejits who still fall for the deflect and deny dirty tactics of the Brits and their bought and paid for poodles in the Irish media. At a time when Britain's murder campaign in the North is fast unravelling the Free State press and Brits suddenly throw out a few deflection stories about Adams and Loughall. Tonight on the RTE 9 o'clock news they gave about 10 seconds to the UVF and Haughey THEN about 4/5 mins castigating Adams and McGuinness. Typical Free State media, in the pockets of the Brits for decades.
 

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It's amazing the amount of Free State eejits who still fall for the deflect and deny dirty tactics of the Brits and their bought and paid for poodles in the Irish media. At a time when Britain's murder campaign in the North is fast unravelling the Free State press and Brits suddenly throw out a few deflection stories about Adams and Loughall. Tonight on the RTE 9 o'clock news they gave about 10 seconds to the UVF and Haughey THEN about 4/5 mins castigating Adams and McGuinness. Typical Free State media, in the pockets of the Brits for decades.
Many presumably hope to keep open their options of a job in the BBC some day when the RTE gravy train dries up. Not wise then to be too inquisitive in their analysis of the role of Britain in Irish affairs.
 

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It's amazing the amount of Free State eejits who still fall for the deflect and deny dirty tactics of the Brits and their bought and paid for poodles in the Irish media. At a time when Britain's murder campaign in the North is fast unravelling the Free State press and Brits suddenly throw out a few deflection stories about Adams and Loughall. Tonight on the RTE 9 o'clock news they gave about 10 seconds to the UVF and Haughey THEN about 4/5 mins castigating Adams and McGuinness. Typical Free State media, in the pockets of the Brits for decades.
Poor old Martin. They are saying terrible things about him and he’s not here to “deal with the situation”.
 


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