The I. R. A, activist or terrorist? I do not support the I. R. A, as I do not support Marxist or terrorists.
The political wing of the I. R. A (Sinn Fein) is communists hiding under a nationalist stance. Gerry Adams is the man who heads the Sinn Fein; the man who replaced Martin McGuinness as the leader of the Sinn Fein. The actual I. R.
A has splintered due to the communist tyranny the Sinn Fein has invoked on them. There’s the real I. R. A who are nationalists and wanted the British out.
The will not talk to the British, as they feel they are foreign invaders. Then there’s the Provo I. R. A and there nothing more then Marxist terrorist. There whole strategy is based on very fashionable Marxist politics.
The current Provo I. R. A slogan “I ran away” plainly states,” It doesn’t matter if we are Marxist, just blindly follow us.” Now the I. R.
A had a legit fight, but once there political wing got corrupted with the red disease, everything went down hill. They started going after protestant churches, little children and other innocent people. That’s not tolerable, it’s one thing to go after military targets and other government institutes, but once you start going after innocent civilians, that’s crossing the line between activist and terrorist thug. The U. D. A (Ulster Defense Association) is no better, as there more concerned with there drug trafficking, then defending Ulster from these Marxist Terrorist.
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Now I want a united Ireland, it sickens to me to hear bout these so called nationalists killing there own brothers over some church divisions. A united Ireland is what I want to see, I want to see them unite and rid Ireland of there true enemy, the Marxist who have for the last 40 years been playing with there lives. In the 1920’s, the British wanted to get out of northern Ireland as it was during World war 1. Britain did not have one solid voice. So they pulled out. There was a protestant majority that felt they where British, and wanted to stay British.
So Britain decided to partition Ireland. The Brits would take control of the northern part of Ireland, and call it Northern Ireland. They would leave the rest of the island for the Irish. Neither side was happy about this outcome.
The majority of the Irish bitterly accepted this. They felt Northern Ireland would collapse under it’s own weight. A group of brave Irish nationalist did not stand for this, and fought tooth and nail to rise against the British. A civil war broke out. Thus the I. R.
A was born. The Marxist leadership of the Provo I. R. A preach non violence with a “radical program of reform”, but at the same time they were setting off bombs in Dockland area London. They killed 2 people and injuring 100 (Feb 9, 1996).
You ” re preaching non violent political reform, but you ” re blowing innocents up at the same time.
The I. R. A was not always this corrupted, they where truly nationalist activists. It wasn’t until around the late 1960’s that people like Gerry Adams, John Hume and there Marxist cronies started to corrupt the I. R. A.
For example they took full advantage of the atrocities of Bloody Sunday on Jan 30, 1972 (British soldiers killed 14 unarmed civilians, during a march).
They used it to further their political agenda and the Sinn Fein propaganda machine used it to recruit outraged Irish nationalists. The propaganda that the Sinn Fein and the unionist spewed was that peace and reforms weren’t working, so we need more militant action. What Gerry Adams did; hypothetically speaking is like Pat Buchanan or Ted Kennedy trying to recruit angered American nationalist for there terror network; Using 9/11 as there recruiting tool. That’s pretty pathetic for anyone to do. Now in all this this, there was a small amount of moderate Catholics who felt that the I.
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R. A terror campaign had to come to an end to finally reach peace with the British. The majority didn’t take these people seriously and the I. R. A felt they where traitors to the catholic cause. The majority felt that it wasn’t about civil rights no more.
They felt that it reached the point where it was war. A war where they had only one real army and that army was the I. R. A.
They tried to copy what martin Luther King did and do the whole peaceful process. Nothing came out of it and they felt they had to resort to violence to get there point across. Violence was the only way to get the Brits attention and be taking seriously and to finally be heard. For many Irish Catholics, Bloody Sunday was the last straw and it was really a battle for Ireland as they saw. During this time, the Sinn Fein started to get taking seriously in politics. Whenever they where asked about be Marxist or socialist they always retorted saying “that they where for the working class.
That they where traditional and it’s an Irish variant of socialism” (web).
Well it sounds like smoke and mirrors. There preaching nationalism, but there trying to implant Marxist philosophies into the I. R. A.
The cowards whenever confronted by this never admit. They always say that they are traditional, that they stand for the working man and they are nationalist. Ok I want to switch gears a little bit and talk bout the U. D.
A. The U. D. A was the largest paramilitary group in Northern Ireland. They where an off shoot of the UFF (Ulster freedom Fighters), but now The UFF has swallowed up the entire U.
D. A. All the U. D. A members are now a part of the U. F.
F. The U. D. A/U. F. F is nothing more then a criminal organization.
They ” ve been involved in drug trafficking, murder, kidnapping and illegal money making acts. The U. D. A/U. F. F called for a cease fire in between the years of 1994 to 1998, but they did not live up to this as in 2001, they where blamed for over 300 bombings and shootings.
The Red hand defenders where also blamed for this. There “A group used as a cover name for by some U. D. A/U. F. F elements.
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Now it’s obvious the U. D. A/U. F.
F is no better then the I. R. A. They, just like the I.
R. A seem not to discriminate about who they go after. They have blown up school children, catholic schools. In 2002 there where more then 400 pipe bomb attacks against Catholics as of August of that year (web).
So don’t be fooled, the U.
D. A/U. F. F are not defending nothing, except there criminal enterprise. They seem more interested in dealing there drugs and blowing little children up, Then defending Ulster from the I.
R. A. The I. R. A has been known to support other terrorist networks.
Most notably is the ANC (African national congress).
The I. R. A has had gun trades with the A. N. C and other terror groups.
Most of the weapons the I. R. A attained though were from the U. S.
A and Libya. Adrian Hopkins was brought into the I. R. A for the sole purpose of helping in bringing in new weapons. George Harrison supplied weapons to the I. R.
A until his operation was broken up in the early 1980’s. The IR. A has not been able to find a stable gun running operation since. The F. B. I states “it is believed that weapons supplied by him are still in use.” Some of the weapons the I.
R. A has gotten from Libya, The U. S and other terrorist networks are. AR-15 rifles (U.
S. A) 1970, small arms and ammo (U. S. A) 1971, M 1 and M 3 carbines and some hand grenades (U. S. A) 1969, small arms (Libya) 1972, RPG -7 Rocket launchers (Europe) 1972, detonators for bombs; anti aircraft missile system (U.
S. A) 1982-1988, amongst many other weapons deals. As you can see, mostly these weapons did come from I. R. A sympathizers in the U. S, but many did come from other terror networks (A.
N. C) and Libya. Activist or terrorist, that’s the question I have posed. Now some might say it all depends on witch side your on. That’s a very good assumption and I 100% agree with that. But when you start to blow up 12 year old girls getting milk for there mothers, or Sunday schools at mass, then you ” re nothing more then a terrorist thug.
I. R. A, U. D. A/U. F.
F or the Red hand defenders, there all a mess. They all say there defending there people, but they only cause violence and death. They all defend nothing. The Marxist philosophy of the I. R. A (Sinn Fein) and the criminal mentality of the UD.
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A/ U. F. F have helped to turn Northern Ireland into one big mess. In 1998 the I. R. A had agreed to lay down there weapons, but in the past couple weeks there have been grumblings by the I.
R. A. So it looks like the I. R.
A are set to begin yet again there terror campaign to kill more innocents. This conflict has been going on ever since the 1920’s and sadly I don’t see any end to this. Only if the Irish could unite and fight against the real enemy, the British government. I do not support Marxist terrorist and I will not support the I. R. A.
Bibliography: History of Europe. Andrew Graces StephenDiscolar s. a.