posted on Jul, 29 2005 @ 06:15 AM
Originally posted by Bulldog 52
Its not over
- Interesting if utterly predictable opinion Bulldog; so, a never-seen-the-like-of-it-before ground-breaking statement is just dismissed out of hand
(with no evidence to support it, as usual).
their will be some in the IRA seeing this as a the IRA leadership going soft. Prepare yourselves for a new faction to take over the reign of
the present IRA.
- .......I suppose you happened to miss the formation of the 'INLA', the 'Real IRA' and the 'Continuity IRA' a wee while back then, huh?
(None of these 'organisations' managing to 'progress' beyond a mere 'rump' of disgruntled ex-IRA people and both completely isolated within the
republican community.......and almost entirely inactive now too.)
Originally posted by Black_Projects
the IRA have broken promises in the past
- I am not so sure this is so.
I know they have lied about claiming to have had nothing to do with 'events' in the past which subsequently were admitted to have been them and
their people but I don't know if they (the IRA) have actually broken promises.
A lot of people have gone a long way to try and portray the IRA and Sinn Fein as one and the same (they are not) as well as the previous till now
'cessation' as a declaration of the end of the conflict when it was no such thing.
[edit on 29-7-2005 by sminkeypinkey]