Wednesday, 26 May 2010

Drinking with murderers

There I was, enjoying a beer in the sunshine with a few good friends in Place de Luxembourg, when the child-murderers arrived.

I get fed up with the way that normally sensible people defend these vermin - maybe it is done out of fear - I don't know. One otherwise sensible journalist actually said to me, "I don't think that there is really a link between Sinn Fein and the IRA".

I once asked Lord Tebbit how he would feel if he saw Gerry Adams or Martin McGuiness in central lobby. He replied "I can only hope that there is a particularly hot corner of Hell reserved for them".

I thought this picture might serve as a reminder, as it appears that one is needed, of how Sinn Fein / IRA carry out their political campaigns. It shows the body of a baby being carried away from the scene of one of their bombings.

Those who like to make themselves feel good by believing that there is no link between Sinn Fein and the IRA might find the following of interest

1 comment:

  1. Yes, you are rightly angered at the way Sinn/Fein IRA carry out their campaigns... resulting even in little babies being killed, but don't you think the world should be as angry and incensed that Tony Blair has got away with the slaughter of babies too by his unwarrented invasion of Iraq causing untold deaths and maiming of innocent people, including children and babies.

    Lord Tebbit might think a corner of hell should be reserved for the likes of Sinn Fein/IRA. What of Tony Blair and those who supported the invasion of Iraq. Would he wish them a place in hell too? I think not.

    What angers me is that the invasion of Iraq is regarded as 'an error of political judgement' rather than the deliberate, heartless obliteration of a country, killing and maiming thousands of innocent people and destroying homes and infrastructures.

    How is that any different from any action of the IRA?

    What we the British have done in Iraq is far far worse than any IRA atrocity.

    I wish no one a place in hell, but I do wish Tony Blair would be called to account for his gross act of inhumanity.

    As far as I am concerned the invasion of Iraq is worthy of the same condemnation as any IRA atrocity ... indeed, if not much much more...

    Yes, we are all angry and appaulled at the actions and justifications of Sinn Fein/IRA. I only wish we responded to the atrocities the British Government committed in Iraq in our name in the same way.

    The IRA always say after a bombing campaign that they regret any casualties .. but argue the end justifies the means. In the same way Tony Blair and those who supported the invasion of Iraq argue the same thing.

    What is the difference?

    They have blood on our hands ... and a hell of a lot more it to come ....