Well done! You havn't just shown up a few cracks, you have blown the whole thread to smithereens.Everytime i beat you lads with logic the cracks begin to show with your personal remarks.
Google 'The Committe' by Sean McPhelmy and see the lengths the powers that be have gone to ban it from these shores.Ok, so you've no evidence and are throwing about groundless accusations with irrelevant photos. Thanks for that :roll:
These sub standard thickoes had the Provos living in cages sh*tting themselves iirc. I suppose they had to come up with some fanciful nonsense to excuse that. A committee indeed. Tinfoil hat stuff.Millitant Ulster Loyalism is an ideology based on ignorance, and most of its adherents are of sub-standard intelligence. I think we can all agree on that.
In the earlier part of the conflict most of its victims were randomly innocent civilians, people blessing themselves on busses, school boys in the wrong uniform, students walking towards Ardoyne etc, then around the late 80s, they started getting pickey in their targets.
Billy Wright (heart warming friend of Rev Willie McCrae) as good as admitted the existence of the Committe and its role in pointing them in the right direction of political targets , and his actions underlined it.
Nelson knows the craic, he has nothing on Michelle and i hope she throws his own murkey past in his face.
'Ulster Independence Movment' who else was in that???
Ray Smallwoods? would be assassin of Bernadette Devlin. Dont make me laugh about Nelson's ignorance of it all.
Firstly get the name of the author correct "McPhilemy"Google 'The Committe' by Sean McPhelmy and see the lengths the powers that be have gone to ban it from these shores.
Even suing Amazon for redirecting people to its international department.
The motivation for Nelsons swiping protestations against all and sundry become obvious upon perusal of this banned publication.
His publishers paid the Prentice brothers to get them off their backs, "McPhilemy" himself refused to apologize or retract.Firstly get the name of the author correct "McPhilemy"
Secondly His publisher's insurance had to pay up $1m out of court.
Thirdly Fúck off
Britain won the war, ill give them that. But Loyalism relied 100% upon state assistance.These sub standard thickoes had the Provos living in cages sh*tting themselves iirc. I suppose they had to come up with some fanciful nonsense to excuse that. A committee indeed. Tinfoil hat stuff.
That's the thing about the sectarian hatred that republicans have for loyalists. They can't give them any credit for the effect they had on the Provo defeat, so they had to invent Brit bogey men to be running their operations. If they were a different colour it would be blatantly racist.Britain won the war, ill give them that. But Loyalism relied 100% upon state assistance.
That assistance was funneled through the Committee.
Republicanism stood on its own feet and put up a decent fight in the circumstances.
Its all over now thank God.
No, it was banned by the British government, theres a difference. Wasnt banned for nothing.
The courts vindicated McPhelmy's version of events.
Nelson knows he has more of a past than O'Neill.
She never harmed anybody, as for himself.............