Raymond McCreesh – IRA Volunteer – ‘Not a Criminal’?

Catholic churchman, Brian McCreesh, brother of IRA member Raymond McCreesh who later died on hugerstrike in somewhat disputed circumstances (Raymond is alleged in historical papers to have wanted nourishment in his final days, but was persuaded by his family to continue fasting to death) claimed that his brother was ‘not a criminal’. Raymond had certainly proven that he had an exceptional will to live. Cornered … Continue reading Raymond McCreesh – IRA Volunteer – ‘Not a Criminal’?

Relatives for Justice: ‘Time for Truth’ or ‘Time for Really Big Lies’?

It’s one thing for SF/IRA apparatchiks to live in deliberate denial and cover-up about IRA Human Rights’ atrocities – they choose to serve an iniquitous Sinn Féin/IRA party policy – but quite another thing for such calculated deception to brazenly work its way into the general population and into the realm of professionals such as doctors, solicitors, barristers, priests, etc. – citizens who are certainly … Continue reading Relatives for Justice: ‘Time for Truth’ or ‘Time for Really Big Lies’?

The IRA’s Three Monkeys’ Circus Tour

What, if anything, can we learn from The IRA’s Three Monkeys’ Circus Tour to Carrickmore, County Tyrone, of late where the attendees were each charged £10 on the night? Has it come to this? Three pension-age Provos – like Michael Stone trapped in Stormont’s porch – caught forever in the revolving tales of The Good Old Days of bombs and bullets – unable to move … Continue reading The IRA’s Three Monkeys’ Circus Tour

IRA Commemorations & Sinn Féin Cheerleaders

There are a number of outstanding lies in the Sinn Féin/IRA ‘narrative’ about everyone’s “right” to proudly commemorate their war dead. Sinn Féin/IRA still deliberately prevent the Nairac family – English catholics – even having a fallen soldier’s remains to bury or to have a Christian burial service for or to have a grave or burial plot to visit. Sinn Féin/IRA remain the only political/paramilitary … Continue reading IRA Commemorations & Sinn Féin Cheerleaders

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Gerry Adams and GOD – Why the IRA hasn’t Repented

In 1971, there was a stand-off or virtual split for a very short time in the Derry Brigade of the IRA. Creggan and other units wanted a particular IRA man to be the new O.C. – Roddy – while the Bogside and Brandywell units wanted a different IRA man – Robby – to be the O.C. The difference of opinion went on for some weeks … Continue reading Gerry Adams and GOD – Why the IRA hasn’t Repented

The Victim the IRA Disappeared Twice

In September 1998 the IRA admitted to its newspaper, An Phoblacht, that it had murdered and secretly buried – disappeared – ‘a small number of people’ during the 1970s. In March 1999, the IRA declared that it had disappeared the remains of nine victims. – it declared that it could not locate the remains of British soldier Captain Robert Nairac, and that it was not … Continue reading The Victim the IRA Disappeared Twice

The IRA, the Catholic Church & Big Lies

Northern nationalism has entered a moral ice-age largely ushered in by Gerry Adams’ strategy. Lies – Very Big Lies – are the order of the day and all who wish to be northern nationalists must lie and be complicit in lies, even the Catholic church. The Biggest Lie of All is Gerry’s lie that he was never a member of the IRA – FFS Gerry, … Continue reading The IRA, the Catholic Church & Big Lies

The Hooded Men – Victims or Human Rights Offenders?

Many people have already rejected any religious basis to deciding how we live together in society, so perhaps the only basis left that might be shared is ‘the golden rule’ – treat others as you would have them treat you. People in Western democracies have recently begun to boast of a ‘human rights approach’ to ethical matters in society – the ‘human rights approach’ has … Continue reading The Hooded Men – Victims or Human Rights Offenders?

Máirtín O’Muilleoir & The Shadow of a Gunman

I was released from Maghaberry prison in September of ’89 and within days began my four-year English degree in Trinity College, Dublin. There were rounds of television and radio interviews reporting my surprising message (which I first published in February 1978) that the IRA should call off its armed struggle and enter democratic politics. As my message travelled across the Irish sea and the Atlantic, … Continue reading Máirtín O’Muilleoir & The Shadow of a Gunman

Epitaphs of IRA Leaders

Sinn Féin is the party of the unfinished. The once sacred Armed Struggle was unfinished at least in its decades-old promise of uniting Ireland by force and of achieving a British Withdrawal. Sinn Féin’s belated recognition of the obvious realities of Dáil Éireann and Stormont remains unfinished by its failure to recognise the reality of the Westminster parliament by full participation. The ‘peace process’ remains … Continue reading Epitaphs of IRA Leaders