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MANDELA TRIBUTES FULL OF POLITICAL REVISIONISM

Posted By: December 11, 2013

MANDELA TRIBUTES FULL OF POLITICAL REVISIONISM Brian Feeney. Irish News ( Belfast). Wednesday, December 11, 2013 The house of Commons set aside seven and a half hours on Monday to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela. The house of lords set no time limit. David Cameron set the discussion in train after a few words from […]

Ballymurphy Massacre families angry at ‘snub by Haass’

Posted By: December 08, 2013

Ballymurphy Massacre families angry at ‘snub by Haass’ An Phoblacht. December 2013. Christmas vigil for 11 killed by British Army Parachute Regiment in 1971 The 11 victims – including a local priest and a mother of eight – were killed by the British Army in a 36-hour period following the introduction of internment without trial on 9 August 1971 THE FAMILIES of 11 people killed […]

Mandela was against IRA decommissioning South African leader shocked newspaper editors with stance on Provos

Posted By: December 08, 2013

PATRICK COUNIHAN,IrishCentral Staff Writer. Sunday, December 8, 2013 South African hero Nelson Mandela was opposed to the IRA decommissioning its arms and felt Unionist leader David Trimble was weak in his dealings with the Provisionals. The claims have been made by former Belfast Telegraph editor Ed Curran who dined with Mandela in Dublin in 2000 as the decommissioning talks […]

Minister reveals how IRA agreed to train ANC’s military wing

Posted By: December 08, 2013

COLIN O’CAROLL. Belfast Telegraph. Saturday, December 7, 2013 Some details of IRA aid to MK, ANC’s military wing, were revealed by Kadar Asmal, a South African minister, in a biography published in 2011. While living in exile inDublin, Mr Asmal was a member of the ANC, but opposed IRA violence and had no links to […]

Larkin Ripple Continues.

Posted By: December 06, 2013

The effects of the statement by NI Attorney General,  regarding past killings,  still has ripples on and on … AMNESTY COULD LOCK US INTO OR FREE US FROM PAST Denis Bradley. Irish News ( Belfast). Friday, December 6, 2013 JOHN Larkin was not right but neither was John Larkin wrong. Nor was John Larkin saying anything […]

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