Tolerating The Armed Struggle


So the multi-million euro Smithwick Tribunal has concluded that on the balance of probabilities the ambush by an Active Service Unit of the (Provisional) Irish Republican Army of two senior officers of the RUC, the later disbanded British paramilitary police force in the north-east of Ireland, was conducted using intelligence information supplied by members of An Garda Síochána. No names are definitively named, and the evidence is at best inconclusive, but is anyone surprised?

The big lie of the Long War was the claim by establishment Ireland, the political and media élites, that the (P)IRA enjoyed little to no support on this island nation. That it was a tiny, self-selected guerilla movement of several hundred men and women existing in isolation from the Irish people as a whole. This of course was a nonsense, a fig leaf to cover the powerlessness of “official Ireland” to thwart an armed…

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