February 28th, 2014

Guardian’s Greenslade Stood Surety for IRA Terrorist
Roy Enjoys Provo’s Donegal Oysters

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Roy Greenslade stood surety for IRA bomb suspect John Downey it emerged during the failed prosecution of Downey at the Old Bailey in London. Greenslade, the Guardian’s media commentator and a journalism professor at London’s City University, owns a home near Downey’s in Donegal. The Old Bailey was told, according to a report in the Irish Independent, that Greenslade gets his oysters from Downey’s farm.

Lt Anthony Daly, 23, Cpl Roy Bright, 36, L Cpl Jeffrey Young, 19, and Trooper Simon Tipper, also 19, all of the Blues and Royals, died in the blast along with seven of the regiment’s horses. Two hours after the Hyde Park blast, an IRA bomb killed seven Army bandsmen in nearby Regent’s Park.

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The case against on-the-run John Downey, 62, collapsed after a senior judge heard the defendant was among the IRA terrorists who had received a “get out of jail free” letter protecting them from prosecution. Greenslade’s illustrious career in journalism includes editing the Mirror and writing for An Phoblacht, Sinn Fein’s pro-IRA propaganda sheet, he is also the Professor of Journalism at City University London.  Greenslade is said to be a close friend of former Sinn Fein vice president Pat Doherty, who was also a member of the IRA Army Council.


147 Comments

  1. 1
    Yarrus1 says:

    Is it true that Cameron is protecting Blair?

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    • 7
      Traitors says:

      If you think that Lee Right’s killers will never leave prison, then you only have to look at this IRA amnesty to see just how low the UK government can go.

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    • 12
      A Right Fucking Bastard says:

      It’s looking more and more as though Blair did a deal with the IRA- their murderers got free passes whilst the Paras got hit with the Bloody Sunday inquiry, and probably the prosecutions which will follow.

      The utter, utter cünt.

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      • 22
        East India Company Wallah says:

        Wait until the inquiry finds out the ingenius way Mowlam snd Blair had for hosing down each side with taxpayers money-and how much

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        • 44
          All socialists are hypocrites says:

          Mowlam can no longer defend herself though and you can’t slander/libel dead men(or women)

          Mowlamd had the measure of Blair and that’s why she was sacked

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          • Fishy says:

            She wasn’t just sacked, she was smeared by Bliars henchmen and in almost true soviet socialist style she was accused by them of having psychological problems.

            She was only 45 minutes from being committed, you might say

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          • jgm2 says:

            That’s how I remember it.

            Mowlam smeared by the politburo.

            Fucking sick, evil bastards.

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          • Charlie says:

            Mowlem got close to McGuiness and was sacked by Blair. For once I can Mandelson who was not pro – IRA did some good over N Ireland.

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      • 24
        Tom Catesby. says:

        I hope to live at least long enough to see the sly sanctimonius grin wiped off Blair’s face, wicked, evil individual, he has a lot to answer for including this. The piece of shit is a hypocrite, who professes to be a Christian.

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        • 35
          SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          A christian is a follower of a nonsensical medieval superstitious fraud it suits him .

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        • 48
          Putting an end to that pesky free press says:

          He is a typical christian – a habitual liar that can’t tell absurd fairy tales from real things, a promoter of authoritarianism, and a pretender that his idea of “morality” is more than just his own opinion. Fits right in with the rest of the bible-beaters.

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        • 67
          Wendy says:

          Not every morning.

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        • 103
          The rent-boy supplied by Bush when Bliar was at the Whitehouse says:

          No, not every morning.

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        • 144
          Mrs Murdoch (ex) says:

          You rie! You riar! Tony has best bum, ruvry white teeth.

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      • 28
        Hang Blair, the traitor says:

        Utter utter traitor

        The list of Blair’s crimes is so long now that it is amazing he
        himself is still a free man…

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        • 53
          Morgan's Organ says:

          BLAIR & HAIN sanctioned the murder of British troops, if that’s not treason can someone explain what is.

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          • When there is no accountability there is no disincentive to behave like a crook says:

            It’s not treason in Hain’s ‘mind’ in the same way that robbing banks with shotguns is not armed robbery.

            Default position of shitkickers like this is a) it wasn’t me, or b) it’s OK when we do it because we know best and it’s all in a good cause.

            It’s no hyperbolic to say thst unless we have some executions for treason, on a pretty grand scale, the sham of democracy that we have now will continue to degenerate, corruption will become endemic and the country will permanently lost, in the not too distant future, to a dictatorship, probably an izlamik one.

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          • Socialism is a mental illness says:

            Except Blair eliminated the charge of treason from the statute book, another stealth act, he knew he was commiting treason in office. He needs to suffer, and soon.

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      • 122
        Socialism is a mental illness says:

        Correct , Blair is a Hunt, and he needs to be exterminated. That IRA bastard needs a shotgun blast in the face, and soon.

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    • 13
      Shergars C0ck says:

      Guido is protecting Cameron today, no mention of that fat German bird basically pissing in his face and making him say thank you. No mention of the fact the Yanks and UK are about to get battered by the Ruskies. No, just some big long winded bit linking some fucking no mark journalist t some Paddy murder from years ago. Your game is slipping Guido you fat self hating Paddy fucktard.

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      • 23

        Have a coffee and a valium, or ten.

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        • 80
          Village Idiot says:

          …..It was making me queasy to see our three wide-chapped ,whifflers,casting their gaze upon Penthesilea,who gave a good whipping to our thrasonical leaders!….(eh,…not bad,found a shakespere book wiv words)

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      • 33
        Tom Catesby. says:

        I wonder if we will see the Wehrmacht in action again across the steppes?
        If so, they’d probably better get ready for another industrial strength kicking like last time. As far as the UK is concerned, in the event of an EUSSR intervention, with possible yank support (always safer having them on the other side anyway).
        It may be best if we just agree to hold the coats.

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        • 93
          Historian says:

          Stalingrad you mean?

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        • 125
          The Critic says:

          It’s not the Wehrmacht any more. That finshed in 1945.Russia and Germany are not enemies -they see the US as the intruder. I am sure both would favour a Russia-Germany – Europe entente. That would be an economic and political heavyweight.

          A nightmare for the US/UK

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      • 39
        Tom Catesby. says:

        ‘Pissing in his face’, was he lying down?

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      • 59
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Go start your own blog if you feel so strongly about content.

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      • 82
        South7eventh says:

        Looking at your name, it would appear that were preserved by the IRA in some deep freeze without the ability to perform your true function in life.

        Hence, your testosterone-fueled frustration with life in general and Guido in particular.

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    • 26
      The IRA won. says:

      The IRA won.

      Despite countless politicians stating that Terrorism can not be allowed to succeed.

      The IRA won.

      They even have British MPs FFS.

      The IRA won, and it will not have escaped the notice of the Moslem terrorists.

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      • 38
        Rinka the Dog says:

        The IRA lost: there is no united Ireland, just a bunch of disgruntled losers trying to get over that loss by forming the Real IRA, the New IRA etc.

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        • 100
          Ned Ludd says:

          ….The Chad Valley IRA, etc. …..

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        • 105
          I'm sur MI6 have a lust somewhere, it's time to dust it off says:

          Please define what you mean by lost.

          Do you mean all convicted murderers let out of jail, those on the run given free passes, Adams, McGuiness and dozens of other assorted dross made millionaires and put in charge of the education system in NI, a blind eye turned to continued drug-dealing, kneecapping and other forms of ‘protection’, racketeering, gun-running, prostitution and bribery winked at by the emasculated RUC/PSNI, etc.

          Bit like how Germany and Japan lost WWII, but ended up with bigger economies than ours, after we showered them with cash and rebuilt there nations at the expenses of our own, you mean?

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          • Rinka the Dog says:

            As I wrote: there is no united Ireland, so they lost.

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          • Charlie says:

            Colonel Tim Collins said “Blair wanted peace at ant price, the IRA and Loyalist Terrorists were broken. Blair handed over the working classes of N Ireland to Catholic and Protestants thugs.

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          • Show Me The Money says:

            Don’t forget that massive bank heist in 2004 when £26M was nicked by the IRA. No-one has ever been caught of course….

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    • 50
      Nothing ventured, nothing gained. says:

      Why hasn’t Dave commissioned a legal appeal?

      Anyone would think that he is afraid of winning such appeal.

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      • 132
        Anonymous says:

        I dont understand ,if the “do what you like and get away with it” letter was sent in error surely he can still be prosecuted IE he didnt fulfill the criteria to recieve such a free pass.

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  2. 2
    Clown (Ex Swivel-Eyed Loon) says:

    I appeared in An Phoblacht once, shame it wasn’t for topping Adams and McGuinness.

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  3. 3
    Anonymous says:

    Sickening.
    And he lectures in journalism?

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      whippet says:

      Where does journalism end and activism begin? Seems to be an open door policy between the two.

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      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      Thank you Guido for bringing this to the general public’s attention.

      What a piece of scum. Typical of the leftie media classes.

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  4. 4

    Hmmm. I had been thinking about how level-headed Greenslade had been recently over the PIE scandal (against his tribe).

    Maybe one needs to know more here before rushing to judgement. But it does not look good at first glance.

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    • 31
      jgm2 says:

      Does Gerry Adams brother have anything to do with it?

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      • 72

        I only heard of this in a glancing nature. Ugly.

        I found out relatively recently that someone I know had formerly been a member of the IRA. Although it did not come as an enormous surprise, one doesn’t go about all the time evaluation folk on what they might have been, one cannot. I have given him assistance of an intellectual nature and he is clearly grateful.

        Life can thrust strange dilemmas upon you. Would I still have helped him if I had known?

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  5. 5
    Barry Shitpeas (pronounced Shapaz-it's French) says:

    I do not have a view on this

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  6. 6
    PK says:

    Scum.

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      Whiffler says:

      That he may be, but I’ll bet he has a nice letter from Peter Hain saying he may not be judged.

      Weird things.

      1. Peter Hain says the letters are not an amnesty
      2. Peter Hain says the letters are not an immunity from prosecution
      3. Judge binned the case
      4. If Downey wasn’t wanted for anything … why did he ask for a letter ?
      5. What address did PSNI (or whatever) use for Downey’s letter ?
      6. Hain says PSNI did exhaustive checks …. but presumably not with the Met

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      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      +1,000,000

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  7. 8
    Dick the Butcher says:

    Another Labour time-bomb left for us from the dark years of The Reign of Terror.

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  8. 9
    Something Stinks. says:

    But Hain is claiming that the letters do not guarantee indemnity and make this clear at the end of each letter. So why is the attorney General (a Europhile) saying and advising otherwise?

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      jgm2 says:

      Hain may say that. But what’s the point of sending a letter in that case?

      Dear A.N.Killer,

      As part of the Good Friday agreement you have been absolved of all crimes you may have committed.*

      Best Regards,

      Peter Hain

      * NOT REALLY

      Seriously.

      What was the purpose of sending a letter if NOT to pardon them for their crimes?

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  9. 11
    Will Harriet look in the Mirror and comment says:

    P**dophile pretended to be Justin Bieber to lure girls as young as seven

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/#ixzz2ubdHMsl4

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  10. 14
    Sarge says:

    Lovely. 1338 service men dead. 7000+ injured. Lots of others had their lives ruined by tours of NI. Blair lets the murderers walk away. Shame he did not get the Nobel Peace prize in 1998……not.

    Those soldiers did their duty and paid the ultimate price; Blair did not do his and paid no price at all.

    If scum like him had seen what those ‘freedom fighters’ did to some of their victims,I am pretty sure it would wipe the smug grin off his face.

    If I described what I have seen you would moderate the hell out of my post and quite rightly.

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    • 27
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Can someone explain the difference between the case against Downey and what happened to Marine A. One law for the IRA and one law for British soldiers.

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    • 29
      Arthur Apple says:

      I fully agree with your comment. I lived in Belfast in the early 1970s and from what I saw the so called ‘republican armed struggle’ was pure thugery with menaces and murder nothing more. They are still at if from what I hear (I left over 20 years ago now). That Blair handed over ‘pardons’ to these people merely confirms my opinion of the man as shallow, morally stunted, money grasping criminal.

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      • 37
        jgm2 says:

        My cousin’s husband was a ‘republican’ but even he said the IRA were nothing but gangsters.

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        • 43
          Don't forget Sarge says:

          Good job we had undercover postmen and delivery men to deliver bullets on their doorsteps. One of the reasons they came to the peace table.

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          • Sarge says:

            It was a dirty war. I have seen what they did to ‘informers’ Getting shot on the doorstep was an easy way out by comparison

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  11. 16
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Could Downey now be a dead man walking?

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  12. 17
    Arthur Apple says:

    You have no idea my loves of the evil that the Troubles have passed into your society. From corruption of your politicians, police and the moral amnesia of your ‘media’. And to be fare the general indifference of the public except when goaded by one side or the other. And of course the cold hard horror of the deaths. There are many bodies still literally buried and the evil will continue till those who speak of ‘justice’ start acting as if they do.

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  13. 19
    michaelmph says:

    Greenslade is also the stepfather of the actress Keira Knightley. I hope her PR team and management are already on the case.

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  14. 21
    Anonymous says:

    Tony Blair is the c**t who sanctioned the “get out of jail free”.

    Cameron will set up a Hutton style inquiry to find out why.

    La-di-fuck-ing-da!

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    • 46
      The Report that the British Public will NEVER see published says:

      Forget about Hutton we’re still waiting for Chilcot to publish his report after 5 years

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  15. 25
    Get out of Jail Free??? says:

    Moazzam Begg given £1million compensation after terror accusation. Star.

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  16. 30
    ChrisBryant'sAnus says:

    Labour and their media friends: Filth

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  17. 40
    Hang Blair, the traitor says:

    We will no doubt organise a conference with the Taliban soon

    And say what lovely chaps they are as well

    Britain became a rogue state in 1997

    In the footsteps of Clinton, Bush and Omaha

    Sad but true

    and who has benefited?

    The neocons and their bankster backers…

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  18. 42
    Legal beagle says:

    The real question, whch noone seems to be able to answer, is:

    Were these letters signed by Blair’s sidekick, Powell, legally binding?

    The High Copurt has said yes

    Everyone else no…

    What the fuck is going on in the British legal system?

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    • 55
      jgm2 says:

      The High Court has made its ruling.

      But why did it get that far. If the government gives a letter of immunity then that has to be binding.

      Otherwise the next time the government is in negotiations … actually, scratch that … the next time there will be no negotiations. Anybody would be a fool to believe the UK govt would act in good faith if they hand out these immunity letters and then renege on them.

      The main issue I have is the one-sidedness of the deal. Where are the immunity letters for all the UK troops in Ir*el*and.

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      • 63
        But says:

        But surely the letter wasn’t from the government?
        It was given secretly by a few members of the government.

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        • 76
          Legal beagle says:

          Exactly

          The legality of these letters is highly questionable..

          On what Parliamentary authority?

          There was no Order in Council to our knowledge, either

          I believe Blair was acting illegally

          Not for the first or last time, either…he is a serial criminal…

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          • melvin says:

            A ‘serial criminal’? But he said he was a nice guy, pretty decent, pretty straight (ahem ahem) etc, and surely we all believed him…….

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        • 77
          jgm2 says:

          These kind of deals and amnesties must happen from time to time. Surely they don’t all need a full show of hands in the HoC?

          Perhaps they should but, whatever you think of this Downey chap, he’s surely entitled to believe that when he has a letter signed by a govt minister telling him he’s off the hook then he’s off the hook.

          Just as when I get a letter from the taxman saying (say) ‘You owe us no more tax for 2003-2004′ I don’t expect to have him knocking on the door 10 years later giving it ‘we’ve had second thoughts’. (They haven’t – they don’t).

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          • Twampersand mk III says:

            Yes they fucking do need a show of hands. That’s democracy. That’s accountability.

            The alternative is the elected dictatorships we have now. That twat Blair, on his sofa with despicable pieces of shit like Campbell and Powell (who for some insane reason tried to pretend his surname was pronounced entirely differently to the way it is spelled), ordering wars, or amnesties or rent-boys, or anything else that takes their fancy.

            You’re wrong about the tax, too. I know from personal experience.

            The only thing this cock ‘deserves’ is a bullet.

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  19. 45
    Lke you said the bankers ARE scum says:

    OK where’s the amnesty for our troops currently being accused of murdering civilians during the troubles.

    Maybe someone should start a petition

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    • 49
      Labour remarkably relaxed about mass immigration says:

      No deal….these men have to face “justice” and then be sentenced to 40 years …no letters for THEM

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  20. 51
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Serious political storm growing as those fucking scumbags at DEFRA proven to be misleading public on all Badgers being killed quickly & humanely.

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    • 56
      Ric"Tally Ho" Holden CCHQ says:

      This is a fucking disgrace and yet another failure of this shitty Conservative led coalition.

      6-18% of badgers took longer than 5 mins to die – humane beyond doubt ???????

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      • 65
        Grant Shapps says:

        Ric is spot on.

        I’m not sure how much more shit I can take from this Conservative led coalition.

        IEP report leak NFU gunmen poorly trained inadequately monitored & many badgers shot took over 5 mins die http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-26369306

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        • 78
          Badger spotter says:

          But they are working class badgers you asshole

          Members of your screwed up Partie…

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        • 114
          Twampersand mk III says:

          Who gives a shit about badgers, other than that Welsh git Ron Davies?

          Kill them all. Gas them, smoke them out, have the ferrets on them, poison them.

          WHO REALLY GIVES A SHIT ABOUT FECKING BADGERS?

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      • 90
        jgm2 says:

        What do you think happens when you shoot something?

        It drops down stone dead?

        Sometimes.

        If you were watching the olympic biathlons recently you would see that even trained athletes with guns set up for exactly the right distance miss their targets.

        Same with any ‘snipers’. They aim for the heart with the knowledge that if they’re a few inches either way they’ll still fuck whatever it is they’re aiming at. It’ll die. But it won’t be instant and it won’t be pretty.

        But that’s the way you wanted it.

        Had to b*an fox-hunting because it was so terrifying for the foxes. Better to shoot them you said. Same with the badgers. Can’t gas them. That would be ‘cruel’.

        The c*u*n*t*s have no idea.

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        • 119
          Jack Ketch says:

          Surely “Lord” Smith of Random Bottom and his EA have solved the problem by drowning the majority of Brock’s pals?

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    • 64
      jgm2 says:

      That’s what happens if you insist on shooting them instead of gassing them.

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    • 70
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      Lynton Crosby needs to lock Dave and co. in a room until they can recite these facts in their sleep.

      1. Little furry animals don’t vote but angry farmers/residents do.

      2. Motorists vastly outnumber cyclists.

      3. Electricity & gas bill payers vastly outnumber eco-loons in Islington.

      4. Tony Abbott just won a landslide in the Aussie general election against the eco-loony Labour party.

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      • 98
        Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

        Re: (4) – although I bet you the majority of people in the UK don’t even know that, because the BBC report practically nothing from Australia which doesn’t fit in with their global warming, pro-Labour agenda.

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    a non says:

    Am only now beginning to understand the delay behind the Chilcott Inquiry.

    The Attorney General must be in a quandary about the legality of Tone producing a letter from Gerry Adams that is being tended as a ‘get out of jail card’ for his mishandling of Iraq and the subsequent repercussions.

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    • 69
      The Cabinet Secretary, seconded from Morgan Stanley says:

      I can assure as Blair’s former Private Secretary that everything will be covered up.

      Nice Mr Cameron agrees

      He likes Sofa Government like Mr Blair

      No records, traces or any such accountability or transparency

      And, of course, secret letters to Amnesty Britain sworn enemies

      And don’t forget…

      I am at the heart of the present government

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  22. 57
    The BBC says:

    We will make sure that TORY NI Secretary Teresa Villiers is held to account for this.

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    • 101
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      I never heard any dates, or the word ‘Labour’ in any BBC News reports about the NI letters last night.

      In fact, I don’t think anyone watching could have come to any other conclusion but that it had all happened since Cameron was elected.

      BBC lying by omission, using selective facts to put the pro-Labour spin on it.

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  23. 58
    UN Observer says:

    Meanwhile in Ukraine….

    The new neocon government has at least 5 fascist ministers…

    http://www.dreamdeferred.org.uk/2014/02/fascists-take-deputy-prime-minister-and-other-posts-in-ukraines-new-government/

    Victoria Nuland of “Fuck the EU fame” must be happy…

    Especially since the European taxpayer will have to pay for neocon supporting of regime change…

    “Use facists to stir up shit and get someone else to pay” is her motto…

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  24. 61
    Tony Blair says:

    I signed these letters of amnesty without telling anyone

    The shit falls on my friend Cameron’s head

    I find that rather amusing

    PS Wendi sends her love

    XXXOOO

    PPS And fuck all of you now, I am rich and have very rich ga

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  25. 68
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    Germany (without a minimum wage) consistently has a much lower unemployment rate than the UK/USA .

    This clearly shows that the minimum wage is a jobs destroyer.

    It’s high time both the UK and USA abolished the minimum wage so we can get unemployment, especially youth unemployment, down.

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    • 74
      Angela M says:

      I quite agree

      But don’t forget another key to getting employment up

      Apprenticeships…

      And recognising skilled manual and semi manual working as dignified and worthwhile…

      Everyone should have their role in society…as long aq they are prepared to work…

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      • 110
        Im out there says:

        I go from site to site doing my trade, I arrive and prep work by the site needs doing before I can start.

        10 years ago, it was yeah mate, after me lunch, Do I have to, it’s raining/too hot/ too cold – British employee.

        Today, it’s done without question and done without cutting corners or compromising safety – a foreign employee.

        Got to give it to them they do work hard and the British youngsters need to take on some of the foreigners work ethics to get those jobs..

        * I will note not ALL British youngsters are like this, but there’s enough work shy gov benefit grabbers around to give them a bad rep…

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        • 115
          Twampersand mk III says:

          The solution to the undoubted problem you describe is not to import badly paid replacements, however willing.

          It is to motivate the indigenous. The carrot of reasonable pay coupled with the stick of absolutely no benefits for those able bodied who refuse work.

          It is only because we have such a shit welfare system that this problem exists, coupled with a shit education system

          Having a shit immigration system is not fixing problems, it’s entrenching them.

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  26. 71
    Speedster says:

    W T F is going on here?
    over 3000 deaths, 95% unsolved, and nearly 200 of the people EVERYBODY in N.I. KNOW are responsible get to live their lives smugly not having to fear being nicked?

    This truly is Tony B Liar’s true legacy.

    It is inconceivable that EVERY member of Bliar’s cabinet at the time did not know, and the actions of the government of the day are disgusting.

    Is there any other country where socialists piss on the rule of law and common decency?

    It sickens me knowing that I’m probably standing with my kids in the ASDA checkout beside one of these “get out of jail free” b’stards (no Tesco where I live coz of it’s colour scheme).

    Well done Labour – and it’s likely they will get elected in 2015 ???
    Bugger me – oh wait, they already have.

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    • 85
      Monitor says:

      “Is there any other country where socialists piss on the rule of law and common decency”

      First of all, Blair and his cabal were never socialists

      But straight gangsters posing as socialists

      They deliberately bent the unwritten constitution to get away with their crimes, including war crimes, torture, rendition, treason and murder…not to speak of the deliberate pillaging of British banks….

      Now we find out that they signed illegal amnesty letters which the Judge should have thrown out as ultra vires..

      Next question is: did they sign letters giving amnesty to eachother for all their crimes?

      PS Don’t forget that Blair’s “Chief of Staff”, the odious Jonathan Powell has written a book praising Machiavelli…Nuff said…

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      • 96
        Socialism = Starvation says:

        ‘war crimes, torture, rendition, treason and murder’

        Yes, that’s socialism in a nutshell.

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  27. 73
    taxpayer-funded astroturfing EU troll says:

    Mountbatten-fed oysters.

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  28. 75
    The Mossad spin doctor says:

    We always like a few exercise targets. I wonder whether Downey will sleep well from now on?

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  29. 79
    The BBC - funded like a protection racket says:

    Today, we will be covering man made climate change, why the Tory led coalition is out of touch with women and some football.
    This is all the news you need to know about, anything else is a smear.

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  30. 81
    Animal Farmer says:

    Meanwhile, on the day the scum got sent down for Lee Rigby, muzzies proclaim a great victory that some yank singer’s latest video showing a medallion with the name God in ara’bic has been digitally erased so as not to offend any.

    Well that must be a great comfort to them now, so let’s hear the outpouring of sorrow for Lee’s family from these “people”.

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    • 86
      Anon says:

      Silence, Anglo scum. We are well into our takeover project, your politicians were easily bought and the East European diversion arranged has enabled us to increase our nightly flights from P’stan where at least two ambulances await on the Tarmac at MAN to take our ill to your wonderful NHS.

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    Whereiscromwellwhenyouneedhim says:

    Greenslade, another to be stood against the wall.

    Mind you, all this stuff about these letters is perfectly timed to cause maximum distress now they (who?) have decided to go after the Paras over Bloody Sunday.

    Guido, please do not forget about Maria Miller and Peter Bone!

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  32. 91
    Boned Tony here says:

    Hi all. How’s tricks. Spring soon and the birds are out. So nice to look back on a career of success and influence, so many projects achieved, NI, Afgha, Ir’aq, Lib’ya, all sorts of ME places, life is good.

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  33. 102
    True Blue says:

    Treacherous English liberal lefty shills….honestly, should be guilty of treason the self loathing left. Unionists like me who grew up in Northern Ireland in the Troubles don’t exist to Republicans or to their ‘Bratish’ fellow travellers. I was a kid when the house shook from IRA mortars lobbed over the RC Priest’s House and RC Primary school late at night to try and hit the combined RUC Police Army base…My Dad was a Methodist Minister and buried Police and Soldiers who had been shot in their cars, eviscerated by bombs hidden in milk urns on their farms.
    One body I did see in the Mortuary was of my primary school friend’s Dad, blown up by an UCBT placed under his car which went off via its mercury tilt switch when he left the family drive to go to work.
    My other primary school friend had their grandparents blown to pieces in the Enniskillen Remembrance Day bomb. One of the On the Run’s is allegedly wanted for poppy day.
    I voted for the Good Friday Agreement, I am no loyalist, I am a peaceful pro Brit Unionist, I am prepared to live with the 2 year sentence then release under licence scheme that we all voted for as part of the peace process. No-one voted for a semi-secret grubby one sided pro-IRA killer deal.
    Where is the English Outrage? The Queen’s own Guards are prevented from having justice by a Queen’s Counsel? English law hidden is behind by IRA killers when it’s convenient to play the Human Rights card, but torture and death when their revolutionary war suits….You reap what you sow when you lose your moral compass Mr Blair…

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/10662814/Theres-no-justice-for-those-who-fought-the-IRA.html

    Ulsterman, British Solider and SAS man Col Tim Collins speaks the truth. Sinn Fein IRA will never rest until they have rewritten history to suit their narrative and justify their bloody and futile ‘long war’.
    I am glad that as a child SAS men from across the UK were willing to lie in ditches risking death to take give the IRA a taste of their own warped medicine. Read the excellent Mark Urban’s ‘Big Boys Rules’ for the history. I will always honour the British soldiers who served and those who died to let me have a fairly normal childhood and for my parents to retire in relative peace.

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    Anonymous says:

    The learned Judge appeared to have ignored the section of the letter that said ” so far as we are aware”. Northern Ireland was not aware of the situation with the UK Police. It could of course be argued that they should have made themselves aware.

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    Interested observer says:

    It is interesting that in the case of Lee Rigby the police ‘marksmen’ failed to kill two assassins bent on becoming martyrs yet in previous cases the succeeded in killing innocent and guilty, even if they were no threat.

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    • 139
      Anonymous says:

      Int Ob,i would like to see you faced with a lunatic with a gun whether he has just thrown it over a wall or not,FFS grow up.

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      • 142
        Interested observer says:

        A Brazilian on a train, A man with a chair-leg in a plastic bag, a man in bed; none were lunatics with guns. You must be another anonymous policeman.

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  36. 126
    Hargaret Modge, Labour MP and Hypocritical serial long term aggressive Tax Avoider + expenses thief says:

    Let the victims launch a private prosecution. Take everything he owns. Ruin the MF.

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  37. 130
    Saddened says:

    A Household Cavilry Colonel Napier who lived in Leigh, Nr Dorking Surrey and died a few years ago, in a cottage next to the village pub. Indeed there is a brass plate above the bar in THE PLOUGH where he would consume his lunchtime glass of Whisky. Col. Napier was a beachmaster at Dunkirk and did a few tours of duty in Belfast at the end of his military Career. He recounted that his soldiers captured a high ranking IRA individual after a furious encounter. This individual had 18 counts of murder to be laid at his door. Having started to process the individual, the British Army was ordered from on high, to let said IRA individual go,

    Martin McGuinness is a Northern Ireland politician

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  38. 138
    Democrat1 says:

    Yesterday on the BBC News Channel Hain referred to the IRA prisoners who had gone through the legal process and been found guilty before being released as ‘political prisoners’. I was surprised but not shocked that that was his mindset. This morning, however, on BBC 1 News he referred to them as ‘terrorists’. Did someone point something out to him overnight.

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  39. 146
    Hugh says:

    Fair play to Roy I say!!

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