Twasn’t Corbyn Made HM Shake Hands With Comrade Genocide!


For seven years during the IRA’s “armed struggle,” Mr Corbyn spoke at republican commemorations to honour dead IRA men, “prisoners of war” and active “soldiers.”

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And the editorial board of a hard-Left magazine of which Mr Corbyn was a member wrote an article praising the 1984 Brighton bombing, which almost wiped out Margaret Thatcher’s cabinet.

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In 2004 Mr McDonnell was given an award by Sinn Fein and another IRA-supporting body for the “unfailing political and personal support he has given to the republican community.”

The award was presented at a Sinn Fein fundraising dinner by Gerry Kelly, the IRA bomber of the Old Bailey in 1973…http://www.independent.ie/world-news/europe/uk-labour-leader-corbyn-revealed-as-supporting-iras-armed-struggle-31599412.html

Yeah, right, Corbyn and his deputy McDonall are a pair of terr-symp scumbags, and should be put on trial for giving aid and comfort to the enemy.

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But we knew all that a long time before they rose to command the Labour Party.  And at least they were fairly open about their treason.

More and more truths dribble out from the massive collaborative cover-up stage-managed by the UK political elite to appease the Sinn Fein/IRA murder gang.

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It just gets more and more nauseating, from the bits we knew already, like Liar Major’s Commons cr#p about how ‘talks with Mr. Adams would make me spew‘ (while his rotten underlings were up to their necks in exactly such talks)…

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…to the latest revelations about Murder McGuinness’ role in the Enniskillen atrocity of 1990, which was done under his command and control. 

,http://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/northern-ireland-news/nio-blocked-police-from-questioning-martin-mcguinness-1-6947971

In fact, the senior cop quoted in the report above, about how the UK Government saved McGuinness’s bacon, says that murderous Fifth Column onslaught against Ulster’s British majority was not an unauthorised, one-off operation by a local IRA unit but was carefully co-ordinated as part of a “strategy of genocide” by three IRA units – two from the Republic and one from Northern Ireland.

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Joint ministerial council summit Cameron, The Snake in the Grass

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Cameron obviously is fully aware of this, and was aware when he coerced Her Majesty to shake the filthy paw of the terrorist who master-minded that heinous crime. I’m not sure who deserves the death penalty more – after its restoration, and a proper trial of course…

Meanwhile, the only voices of sense in Ulster during the current turmoil seem to emanate from TUV’s Jim Alister, as usual…

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…and from UKIP’s David McNarry MLA, who said-  “People should have listened to UKIP at the start of this crisis when we called for Sinn Fein to be suspended from the Northern Ireland Assembly, because no one could work with a party holding a terrorist army in the wings.

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Good for you, sir, but better for the TUV leader, who has been saying much the same since LONG before the start of this crisis. 

Indeed, if you have a sense of history, the start of this crisis goes back to the day Edward Heath betrayed Ulster by suspending Stormont. Our beleaguered kin were doing a fair job of running that province, and should have been left to do so without intrusion.

The expansionist regime in Dublin should have been told to drop its sticky-beak interference too, on pain of serious sanctions.

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Yes, different aspects, at different times – but at any stage in the appeasement process that led to Blair’s Bad Friday deal with the Blood Beast, it was always still possible to put the sell-out into reverse.

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If any substantial number of disloyals didn’t like the outcome, they could have been deported to the South, to that republic they yearn for.

Had those things been done many years ago, along with a goodly quota of executions of every IRA terrorist taken by security forces, we’d not have what Jim recently called a ‘pantomime’ these days.

Sadly it’s not the kind of pantomime we can laugh at for long.