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Offline John Grace

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Trouble in the camp of the enemy
« on: April 21, 2017, 09:08:27 AM »
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  • Catholics in Ireland have started to 'wise up' in relation to the party led by Gerry Adams (a possible British MI5 agent). A few years ago this party punished their sole elected representative, who voted against abortion. Now, we have the Godless infighting and resignation. This isn't the first time members resigned en masse.

    This is the party who blocked an abortion facility from closing and attacks marriage by pushing the homosexual agenda. A party, who are mere pawns of the Money Men. Nationalists in the North regard them as traitors, agents and sell outs. In recent times the party and British MI5 lost an agent when Martin McGuinness died.

    As the late Brendan 'The Dark' Hughes said Belfast was rotten and this party led by Gerry Adams is rotten. It is riddled with spies, informers and rapists.

    Gerry Adams for example used the 1981 Hunger Strikes for electoral gain and he even used the Provisional IRA in his Stalinist rise to power. A careerist, who used people including Catholics for his own gain. 

    SEVEN SINN FÉIN MEMBERS LEAVE PARTY OVER BULLYING CLAIMS
    http://www.kildare-nationalist.ie/2017/04/21/seven-sinn-fein-members-leave-party-over-bullying-claims/
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    Seven members of Sinn Féin in Naas have left the party over claims of bullying, intimidation and a toxic and hostile environment.
    Naas-based councillor Sorcha O’Neill was one of those who resigned from the party today.
    Sinn Féin have issued a statement saying they regret that Mrs O’Neill has decided to leave the party and it is their belief that she was a dedicated and capable member of the team.
    Now Independent councillor, Sorcha O’ Neill says it was time to leave the party: “I myself, have experienced bullying and hostility and aggression towards myself over the last couple of years, but, when you have members coming to you saying that they are losing sleep.
    “The members themselves are distraught and it just came to a head and we made a decision just to leave the party because it is just so unhealthy.”
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    Re: Trouble in the camp of the enemy
    « Reply #1 on: April 21, 2017, 09:43:05 AM »
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  • Contrast Gerry Adams with the more principled Kieran Nugent. Nugent was the first blanket man. He wasn't a criminal and wouldn't wear a prison uniform. Instead of the uniform he wore a blanket. They became known as the 'Blanket Men'. After his release from prison he was abandoned by Gerry Adams and spent his days boozing by the river. They called him the 'river rat'. He died in 2000 with a bottle of wine in his hand down by a river in Belfast. No longer useful to Gerry Adams and his party. A song about him. Many of those who fought are now living in poverty whilst Gerry Adams built a career on the backs of the Catholic communities.  With Gerry Adams and his party in the culvert built by the British it is very easy to build the bricks around them. 




     

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