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FF - Washing The Blood From Their Hands?

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'Jim Kelly always maintained his innocence as regards the importation. He claimed in court that it was a Government sponsored importation, and that when the Government changed its mind, and attempted to cover its tracks that both he and Colonel Hefferon became pawns in a very sordid episode.'

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'A feud has broken out between leading veteran republicans over allegations that Irish Army Captain, James Kelly came to Derry in 1969 to split the Republican movement.

Johnny White, OC of the Derry branch of the IRA in 1969 interrupted a meeting of the Captain Kelly Justice Campaign in July and claimed he had been offered £50,000 to kill six members of the IRA.'

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'For a second let us take in what Kearon is saying here. (Who I never heard of btw) Just strip away the political aspect to it. Which for some can be a difficult thing to do. He approves of other human beings dying painfully. Never mind the circumstances. Look at the dying painfully part. He probably thinks he is a decent human being. Just like many other "good" people in society lol. Just one more example for us about the dark, true nature of people.'

This is a response to the above post on another thread. It's impossible to 'strip away the political aspect to it', when you take into consideration the fact that allegations have been made that FF members were involved in ordering guns to be imported into Ireland, and that only one side can be telling the truth. I don't swallow the Bullshít that Mary Lou McDonald just 'left' FF. No more than I swallowed the Bullshít that a member of RSF was murdered, and everyone knew who the culprits were. I didn't. I don't accept the idea that Éirígí are what has come to be known as Dissidents either, and I would go so far as to say that their leadership in Dublin, were 100% behind the Adams leadership.

'The home of a Derry community worker was raided by the PSNI last Saturday, less than 24 hours after she had met with Galway TD Eamon O Cuiv to highlight her concerns about police raids in the area.

Lily Deery’s Creggan home was ransacked by the PSNI who claimed her home was connected to “dissident republican activity”. The incident took place last Saturday.
It is the fifth time her home has been searched by the PSNI in little over a year.'

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'Originally a member of Fianna Fáil, she left the party in 1998 when she failed to get put forward as a candiate for election. During this time she also served as Leas-Chathaoirleach (Vice-Chair) of the Irish National Congress republican organisation. Her sister Joanne was a member of the republican group éirígí.'

https://www.google.ie/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwj-kKDV24nMAhWHmQ4KHVOQBqAQFggbMAA&url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Lou_McDonald&usg=AFQjCNEhm40OIioXu26ORJKAwzYCSLup4g
 
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Ive never heard of this guy, who is he and why should we care?
You're answering a question, with another question.

Which guy have you never heard of, as there are several men and women mentioned in the previous two posts?
 
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Stephen Kearon, from the Tweet in the OP.
The FF guy, pointing accusing fingers at Mary Lou MacDonald and Chris Andrews?





He condemned Fine Gael last week, and he has applauded Fine Gael this week.

https://www.google.ie/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjs6PKX7InMAhVBJA8KHUa5BzUQ6F4IGzAA&url=https://twitter.com/skearon?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor&usg=AFQjCNF1PcTsZBly62lldZmMCkKSJQewug

Have FF been telling more Porkie Pies? Is there something about Mary?
 
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Something about nothing.

Some people see conspiracies in everything.
 
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Something about nothing.

Some people see conspiracies in everything.
@skearon's Tweets are protected.

Are you trying to tell me that Captain Kelly was a liar, and that senior members of FF didn't give him instructions to import guns?

'At his death-bed the family promise to continue his 33-year long campaign for justice. Unexpectedly, within hours of his death An Taoiseach, Mr. Bertie Ahern TD, tells journalists,” Captain Jim Kelly acted on what he believed were the proper orders of his superiors. For my part, I never found any reason to doubt his integrity”.'

Or are you trying to tell me that the IRA O/C in Derry was a liar, when he claimed he had been offered £50,000 to kill leading members of the IRA in 1969?

Are you trying to tell me that the Éirígí leadership in Dublin, were always at odds with the leadership of Sinn Féin in Belfast and Derry?
 
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Fianna Fáil and G2 rewriting history? A respected academic?

Grandson of 1916 Easter Rising rebel condemns wave of violence in Ireland

As 21st-century Irish republican dissidents mark the centenary of the Easter Rising against British rule with murder attempts across Northern Ireland, the grandson of one of the revolt’s most militant fighters has told hardliners they cannot use it to justify violence.

Brugha’s grandfather, who was also called Cathal, suffered 25 bullet wounds when his unit charged the British army in Easter week, 1916. He later became an IRA assassin and was chosen to join a hit squad assigned to murder the British cabinet in 1918 during Ireland’s war of independence.

However, his grandson rejected claims that today’s terror groups, who were claiming the IRA’s name, had a mandate from history to continue their “armed struggles”.

Brugha told the Observer that the current militant republicans were “illegitimate” and that their violence “is not comparable” to the battles his grandfather and his comrades fought in uniform against the British army.

https://www.google.ie/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiL1ZaQt4rMAhXJvRoKHQyUDXUQFggbMAA&url=http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/mar/12/cathal-brugha-condemns-violence-easter-rising-centenary&usg=AFQjCNFpD5w2sgkl29b5kciwKQE3_fNbcg

Ruairí Brugha:

'When IRA members were interned at the outbreak of World War II, he went on the run. He was eventually arrested in 1940 and interned at the Curragh for the duration of The Emergency.'

https://www.google.ie/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwie69POuIrMAhVC2Q4KHR17DMsQFggeMAA&url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruair%C3%AD_Brugha&usg=AFQjCNE-vOj_49rBAtrYfKT3yHa-1m6img

Do you know what the problem is there, a chara, about Cathal Brugha juniors claims?

'In December 1938 , the surviving faithful members of the latest 32-county Republican parliament , the Second Dail , elected in 1921 , delegated their executive powers of government to the Army Council of the IRA . This proclamation of 1938 was signed by Sean O Ceallaigh , Ceann Comhairle , George Count Plunkett , Professor William Stockley , Mary Mac Swiney , Brian O hUiginn , Cathal O Murchadha and myself Tomas Maguire .'

His father was active with the IRA, after 1938, which complicates his opinion, and contradicts his claims that the Old IRA, were the Good IRA, and that the New IRA, are the Bad IRA.
 

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Something about nothing.

Some people see conspiracies in everything.


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The candidate that Gary 'Independent' Donnelly, LOL, is supporting in Derry, Dr. Anne 'Independent' McCloskey, LOL, is a member of the National Executive of the Irish National Congress. If you scroll down through the Facebook page of the 1916 Clubs, woe and behold, there are 3 members of FF sitting at the table, if and when you consider the fact that both Des Dalton, Republican Sinn Féin, and Mary Lou McDonald, Provisional Sinn Féin, are both former members of FF. :rolleyes:
 
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The candidate that Gary 'Independent' Donnelly, LOL, is supporting in Derry, Dr. Anne 'Independent' McCloskey, LOL, is a member of the National Executive of the Irish National Congress. If you scroll down through the Facebook page of the 1916 Clubs, woe and behold, there are 3 members of FF sitting at the table, if and when you consider the fact that both Des Dalton, Republican Sinn Féin, and Mary Lou McDonald, Provisional Sinn Féin, are both former members of FF. :rolleyes:


'It is utterly demeaning to our patriot dead to equate their actions with those of the occupying power. It represents an abuse of victims to make a tawdry political point geared toward an emotional undermining of the Easter Rising and all that it stands for.' - 32 County Sovereignty Movement

'The fundamental principle, that every thing is a tactic, but outstanding on this document it says it’s a fundamental principle, but secondly that the sovereignty and unity of the republic are inalienable and non-renunciable. In other words, they can’t be given away and are not a matter for reconsideration. They are absolute. And I want to ask the Ard Fheis this, where are our revolutionary socialists, how do you expect to build a democratic socialist republic out of Leinster House? How can serious social change come out of Leinster House? How can the fundamental change in property relations come out of Leinster House? No way can it do that. What we are asked to do today is to tip the scales that little bit in favour of parliamentary, constitutional and reformist action. What about Stormont and Westminster?' - Ruairí Ó Brádaigh, 1986

'All is not hopeless, though. There are some influences external to these shores which may exert influence on the future of our island, and some developments at home which likewise give caution for optimism. The possible exit of Britain from the EU is one. A Brexit seems likely to prompt an immediate re-run of the Scottish referendum for Independence, Could this mean a break-up of the UK, and the possibility of new alliances with our Celtic brethren? The Anti-Austerity Alliance at home and abroad give hope for a new way forward. The election of veteran old-labour stawlart Jeremy Corbyn, an incorruptible voice for the dispossessed, as Labour Party leader in England is a manifestation of widespread disaffection with the Status Quo.' - Anne McCloskey, National Executive, Irish National Congress

The AAA are not a Separatist Movement. If the Brexit strategy fails, where then? Westminster & the Commonwealth?
 
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What next, eh? 'Don't go my friends, we will lead you to Stormfront'



'Jeremy Corbyn, an incorruptible voice for the dispossessed.' - Anne McCloskey, Irish National Congress

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