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John Bruton was a disgrace, phuck him.The "Tet Offensive" could have easily created Rwanda in the North Atlantic. Unlike in Algeria where in Pieds Noirs and Harkis were a minority though a more significant than is remembered the PIRA and supporters were facing a majority in Northern Ireland against them with large parts of their own community uneasy to opposed about the armed struggle- in the ROI the Ruling Elite was nearly all opposed with probably a majority militantly so. John Burton reading between the lines it wouldn't be crazy to say favoured the type of military solution that those who became the TUV did.
What is done is done.
Such is war, do the yanks/brits care what the Taliban are doing when they level buildings over weddings and funerals?The thing was they'd already the stolen JCB with a barrel bomb in it Tactic and when another one was nicked even military intelligence could figure out what was about to happen. I think celebrating blowing up a minibus at a charity fun run is par for the course for a certain sort of terrorist groupie
We're riding our way to a united Ireland. It's a lot more fun.John Burton told the PIRA to surrender and destroy their arms. He told the PIRA to do what the British government wanted.
They did what he said. 25 years later no UI.
I have often been in the Teacher's club. We may well have been in each other's company.RodShaft:
A group of elite SAS cowards hid in wait to assassinate eight IRA Volunteers and also murdered one innocent by stander in a clear shoot to kill order.
And you know this how? have you information you'd like to share with the rest of us?
A person doesn't need to show signs of surrender for to be arrested.
Correct, and this shows a clear sing of a shoot to kill operation being carried out by the SAS from orders of the highest political echelons of Westminster.
Bravest of the brave, unlike their murders who cowardly lay in hiding to execute them on their masters orders. All these brave Volunteers showed signs of execution at close range. Some with point blank shots to the head, suggesting that they survived the initial gun battle and were then executed by cowards whilst they were incapacitated, or like Paddy Kelly, shot in the back as he tried to climb a fence to escape, the only weapon he had was a revolver still in its holster. Or like innocent Anthony Kelly murdered and his brother Oliver Kelly severely injured as their car was riddled with bullets by the SAS cowards, why couldn't any of these have men been arrested? All of this shows the cowards were in clear breach of the Geneva Convention for combatants.
Who are you suggesting is complaining about their deaths?
We on the other hand will continue to support all the families (not just those of Loughgall) who fight for justice for those MURDERED in a British shoot to kill policy by British armed forces still occupying part of our county.
I resent you suggestion of my besmirching those murdered memories, I suggested no such thing. Those who carried out the executions in Loughgall showed no honour, they are noting more than murdering cowards carrying out the orders of their imperialist pay masters. They broke every rule of the Geneva Convention in Loughgall and in doing so are guilty of the murder of nine people in the process.
Irrelevant what party you are a member of, but by judging your previous posts I would of figured that out on my own, trying to whitewash the situation.
Why not come along to the Teachers Club tomorrow at 7.30 and educate us all, the floor is open to questions after the talk, gust speakers are Tommy McKearney, brother of Volunteer Pádraig McKearney and Mairead Kelly, sister of Volunteer Patrick Kelly, family members from some of the others murdered at Loughgall will be in attendance.
It's about injecting fear, doubt, suspicion, mistrust , into the organizationSo you go with the theory that the brits were fighting themselves and still lost?
It's an interesting one...flat Earth anyone?