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Unionists seethe with rage at Martin McGuinness' headstone


between the bridges

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Likely not - which is why the killers of civilians in Derry need to face justice - Cameron's sorry did not cut it.
Do you seek justice for all civilians killed in that city or are you just picking one day for justice?...
 

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Simple question do you agree with MMcG getting an award for 'courageous military service'?...
Whatever your opinion of his methods or his goals- it would be hard to deny that it took courage and he did serve his community both in a military and leadership sense
 

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Do you seek justice for all civilians killed in that city or are you just picking one day for justice?...
Of course - and if the Brits get sentenced I'm sure they will eligible to the concessions of the GFA as regards time to serve. Its about recognition that agents of the state like all other combatants need to be held to account.
 

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If someone blew up or put a bullet in the back of a member of your family, and then 20 years later said "I'm sorry", would you really think much of the apology?...
No. But it's irrelevant. Who cares what the City of San Francisco has to say about a conflict that took place thousands of miles away? If Cork or Galway did it, that would be news.
 

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Whatever your opinion of his methods or his goals- it would be hard to deny that it took courage and he did serve his community both in a military and leadership sense
nah moi finds it extremely easy to deny...
 

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No. But it's irrelevant. Who cares what the City of San Francisco has to say about a conflict that took place thousands of miles away? If Cork or Galway did it, that would be news.
Sigh, cara tis the world wide web yer on, nat the church gazette...
 

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nah moi finds it extremely easy to deny...

Mr Paisley said: "It is important that we, actually, do reflect on the fact that we would not be where we are in Northern Ireland, in terms of having stability, peace and the opportunity to rebuild our country, were it not for the work he did put in, especially with my father at the beginning of this long journey".
 

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Mr Paisley said: "It is important that we, actually, do reflect on the fact that we would not be where we are in Northern Ireland, in terms of having stability, peace and the opportunity to rebuild our country, were it not for the work he did put in, especially with my father at the beginning of this long journey".
wan of the survivors of the Enniskillen bomb said "he didn't wear a uniform he was a cowardly terrorist''...
 

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Mr Paisley said: "It is important that we, actually, do reflect on the fact that we would not be where we are in Northern Ireland, in terms of having stability, peace and the opportunity to rebuild our country, were it not for the work he did put in, especially with my father at the beginning of this long journey".
Marty said achievement was in getting the PIRA surrender approved.
 

between the bridges

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Shur the SAS did not always wear uniform's, like I said all combatant's treated equally
So yer wanting loads of loyalists to receive letters telling them they are of no interest to the police...
 

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So yer wanting loads of loyalists to receive letters telling them they are of no interest to the police...
The legal standing of those letters is questionable, but that been said were another compromise by the British goverment to Sinn Fein ( who according to Newrychild - were in full on surrender mode :rolleyes: ) .
In the interest of reconciliation and depending on individual circumstances accountability should be even handed. As for the letters I suspect they hold little weight unless someone in the UVF wants one to nail to the church door:)
 

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I see the Mayor of SF has already apologised for giving Marty this award.

Apparently this particular brain dead Yank was unaware of all the innocent blood on McGuinnesses hands.
Also Newrybhoy

I couldn't care less what some American says, it is Irish republicans who are forever seeking approval. Apologising is losing.
 

Newrybhoy

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And getting the RAF removed from the six and the armed brit army off our streets- bye bye RIR patrols also-
Get yourself along to Aldergrove and you'll see that the RAF are still well in place.

There was no need for Army on the streets once you handed in your weapons and surrendered, was there?
 

michael-mcivor

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Get yourself along to Aldergrove and you'll see that the RAF are still well in place.

There was no need for Army on the streets once you handed in your weapons and surrendered, was there?
No RAF helicopters in our sky- just PSNI EuroChoppers flown by Civilians- the Provos never handed over one bullet or one ounce- another promise kept- glad to see you admitting that the media and Unionists who call the Dissident hardline are lying through their teeth- every Republican knows that the Dissident are the brit Spooks-
 

Newrybhoy

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No RAF helicopters in our sky- just PSNI EuroChoppers flown by Civilians- the Provos never handed over one bullet or one ounce- another promise kept- glad to see you admitting that the media and Unionists who call the Dissident hardline are lying through their teeth- every Republican knows that the Dissident are the brit Spooks-
Oh there are still Army helicopters.

Dissidents are Provos to a man. Same thing different name.
 

michael-mcivor

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Oh there are still Army helicopters.

Dissidents are Provos to a man. Same thing different name.
There are still army helicopters in England-but none of them are flying in the six-if there was we would see pictures of them-but we don’t-

Provos killed Brits RUC Loyalists put Tonne bombs off in England but today’s two still active armed dissident groups can’t do that- and even if we allow your imagination to be stretched then why is the brit army the RIR no longer patrolling our streets- the Provos are helping out with the Peace-Process like their last statement recommended their members to do so-you know nothing about today’s events kid- are you from Canada of deepest Africa-
 
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