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The bombing of Mcgurks bar was the first major attack on civilians by any of Ireland's paramilitary organisations, and as a result provoked a huge political and public reaction.

It will be argued by historians that this (british) terrorist outrage promoted later events and thirty plus years of violence.

The lies by the British crown were not only obscene but cynical, they served Crown colonial policy in Ireland.

Westminster British Crown Terrorist murders & bombings in Ireland

Saturday 4 December 1971
McGurk's Pub Bombing
Fifteen Irish civilians were killed when British terrorists exploded a bomb at The Tramore Bar, better known as McGurk's bar, in North Queen Street, north Belfast. The bomb had been planted by the British terrorists Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF). Four of those killed were women (including the owner's wife and 14 year old daughter). [This attack was one of the worst single incidents during the the north of Ireland conflict. Only one of the bombers, the driver of the getaway car, was ever convicted. Immediately after the bombing, and for some time later, the British security forces and various official sources maintained that the bomb had gone off inside the bar, implying that it was being prepared by the Irish Republican Army (IRA) and thus represented an 'own goal'.]

Following the attack, riots and fighting broke out across Belfast, and over a dozen people were injured, including several soldiers and police.
After the carnage, the BBC on their hun news reported for their masters, that the IRA was to blame. A Scottish MP has made some of the British Westminster crown liars say sorry in retrospect.

Too little too late, bit the world needs to know the truth of the evil that Westminster got up to in Ireland recently, and going by their lies and propaganda record probably still are.

The Historical Enquiries Team's report on the McGurk's bar bombing is being raised by Scottish MP Michael Connarty, whose great-uncle died in the attack.
It dismissed as "irresponsible and inaccurate" British army claims at the time the bomb was an IRA bomb being prepared which exploded prematurely.
A UVF getaway driver received 15 life sentences in 1978.
The group revisiting more than 2,000 unsolved murders during the Troubles found that the authorities' IRA claim, which upset relatives of the victims, "could not be based on facts but instead reflected a desired outcome".
Documents recently emerged stating that military advisers told politicians the bomb was in the hands of one of the customers and urged them to make this public.
Apology report by BBC
Ahead of Monday's brief Commons debate, the north of Ireland Secretary Shaun Woodward has written to apologise to the Labour MP for Falkirk East, an apology which he said reflected his concern for all those who died in the Troubles.
He said: "The tragedy of the Troubles is that any of those people died, and one of the things that politicians have to get much better at is actually taking on their responsibility as a secretary of state and saying, I'm sorry.
"Michael has a relative who was in that bar. I am sorry his relative died. "I am sorry for the extraordinary additional pain they suffered from the descriptions at the time of who was behind the bomb."

BBC that spread the lies now reports the truth
Security Minister Paul Goggins has apologised for false claims made by government officials in 1971 over the McGurk's Bar bombing.
Fifteen people, including two children, were killed when the bar in north Belfast was bombed by the UVF.
At the time, the security forces said it was an IRA "own goal".
However, speaking in the House of Commons, Mr Goggins said officials had allowed "perceptions and pre-conceived ideas to cloud the evidence".
"We are deeply sorry, not just for the appalling suffering and loss of life that occurred at McGurk's Bar, but also for the extraordinary additional pain caused to both the immediate families and the wider community by the erroneous suggestions made in the immediate aftermath of the explosion as to who was responsible," he said.
A recent report by the Historical Inquiries Team on the McGurk's bar bombing was raised in the House of Commons by Scottish MP Michael Connarty, whose great-uncle died in the attack.
The report dismissed as "irresponsible and inaccurate" British army claims at the time that the device was an IRA bomb being prepared which exploded prematurely.


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