About

From the beginning, the Irish peace process has appeared to have more political than moral content, with more immediate attention to the requests of paramilitaries than to the rights of victims.

That those who committed mass murder and vast human rights’ violations should don the costumes of civil rights’ heroes and seek honours resulting from merely ending their unwarranted violence is perturbing and worthy of analytical commentary.

We claim to have exchanged the argument of force for the force of argument in the Irish/British conflict, so this blog takes up the challenge of practising the latter.