IRA Killer Kelly Says “I’d Do It Again!” Don’t Trust Traitors!

Here’s that good man Jim again, putting Sinn Fein/IRA on the spot, calling them for what they are. Not much need for comment, really. His words go to the heart of why it was so wrong to appease those vermin.


Jim Allister
“He tells us that there was no option in the 1970s for young men but to be terrorists.
“Sorry, Mr Kelly, no one made you be a terrorist. You, Mr Kelly, and your ilk, chose to be terrorists, you chose to pull the trigger, and you chose to plant the bomb in circumstances in which you rejected the ballot in favour of the bullet.“
Kelly  –  A murderous terrorist, sans conscience
“In 1973 and for many  years previously, Mr Gerry Kelly had the availability of the franchise: he could vote, he could stand himself  for election, but he chose instead to be a terrorist.
We had the 1949 Act, which delivered the guarantee that, if a majority in the House as it then was wanted a united Ireland, Northern Ireland would cease to be part of the United Kingdom.
We had the 1973 Act  which gave that directly to the people of Northern Ireland in referendum.
So do not come to the House and say that you had  no choice.
You had the choice of democracy or the choice of terrorism, and you chose the path of terrorism.
You are no different from those who today  still choose and tread that path.
Of course, Mr Kelly, Pontius  Pilate- like, then tries to wash his hands of today’s terrorism. In discussing Castlederg, he told  The Nolan Show’ that he stood over what he did as the only way to change the situation.
Asked whether it was worth it,  he said:
“Would I make the same decision again? Yes. “
Gerry Kelly was saying to the listening public, “Would I kill again at the Old Bailey? Yes.  Would I shoot an innocent prison officer in the head?  Yes!”
He then expects young easily influenced people who today have the same inclination to see some great distinction between the terror of Kelly and the terror of the  so-called dissidents. There is no distinction. The godfathers  of yesteryear are still responsible for breeding, sustaining, encouraging and  inducing the terror of today.
“Those who coat-tailed  through Castlederg were showing just how committed they are to that terrorist path. The only good thing about Castlederg and the only one thing to celebrate is that, if anyone had to die that day, it was the victim makers…”
plo.ira Terrorists – Death to ALL of them!
Thanks be for Jim and the TUV.
The other unionist parties appear content to share power with scum like Kelly. Only Jim Alister tears away the lies and hypocrisy that permeates Sinn Fein. Of course they had a choice,  They chose the path of murder. They deserve to die the same way all those victims did.