Sinn Fein Murder Gang Leader for President?


The only sense in which Martin McGuiness is any better than Gerry Adams – and really that’s like trying to compare Jeffrey Dahmer and Charles Manson’s humane qualities – is that at least the former doesn’t habitually lie about his sterling service in the Sinn Fein/IRA murder gang.

United in their Evil

They both deserve capital punishment but instead, to the disgust of their thousands of maimed and traumatised victims, and those bereaved by the death of the many other victims murdered by the IRA, Adams is now treated as some sort of elder statesman, while McGuinness aims to enter Eire’s Presidential Palace.

But their objective has never altered, the subjugation of the Ulster British, denial of their right to self-determination, annexation into a foreign republic.

Adams announced his blood-stained comrade’s campaign thus “The campaign will give citizens the opportunity to make a stand for a better Ireland, for a united Ireland.”

Hitler’s seizure of the Sudetenland in 1938 had more moral justification than Sinn Fein’s aspirations towards the unification of two quite distinct nations based purely on geographical proximity. If it is ever attempted, Ulster will fight, and Ulster will be right.