This has to be the most powerful summary of the problem the Irish have with the British Queen visiting Ireland. If you know of any better credible and factual summary anywhere, online or offline. Post it.
British queen approved terrorism and mass murder in Derry
Why the fuss over a visit of a foreign Queen - simple answer is - this is not just any old foreign head of state. From one war in Ireland to the next - the English monarch - honored and decorated the killers and torturers of the Irish. From the Black and Tans - to the violent mercenary Paras and SAS, to the cowardly bigots and anti Irish racists of the Scottish regiments.
All cut of the same cloth - social misfits with violent mental disorders -hired as British lawful killers of the Irish.
People who would be regarded as dangerous and violent thugs and criminals in regular society. But when these people are employed by the queen - they are presented as brave and heroic.
Handed medals of supposed British honor for their killing sprees of innocents. These disturbed violent cowards were prepared to kill Irish people, even women and childre they did not even know - for no reason what so ever, apart from they got paid to murder.
Following orders or making their own - The regiments of the Queens own Psychopaths are held up in Britain as brave lads.
Dunblane - Hungerford - Cumbria - Derry. all terrorized at the hands of British social misfits with violent mental disorders.
The difference between these towns of mass murders - is - The English queen approved of the terror and mass murder in Derry
Colonel Wilford - is now proven to be a liar - and leader-accomplice to mass murder and torture on Bloody Sunday.
It did not take the British establishment forty years to work out the truth. They knew the truth day one.
If Wilford was just some foreign Colonel of a foreign nation - one not friendly to British industry. The British would have immediately presented a different story - call it as war crimes - and Wilford a war criminal. But Wilford was British - the queen honored Wilford - for in her opinion - Wilford bravely led the just murder and torture of innocent Irish civilians.
The English government are masters of the presentation of misinformation. The English queen - their commander in Chief gives the Royal approval.
Colonel Wilford was decorated by the Queen shortly after Bloody Sunday.
Is there any opposition to a visit of the British Queen to Ireland
No obstacle exists says- out-of-touch Cowen (paid more than Obama].
The Irish never invited any British queen to Ireland - the overpaid out of touch McAleese did.
Despite what Cowen or McAleese think - there will be both organized and random opposition to any visit of a English colonial Queen to Ireland. Cowen and McAleese are from different worlds, completely out of touch from the obstacles they - imagine do not exist.
British queen approved terrorism and mass murder in Derry
Bloody Sunday is just one episode of British state terrorism that the British Queen approved. There are many others British state killers and British terrorists she has decorated, endorsed as brave and honorable.
Another liar decorated by the British Queen
Captain Mike Jackson, now Sir General Mike Jackson knighted by the British queen.
The Queen's Knight is the one to the right of her son Charles. Charles is the one with the most medals.
Following the murder of 14 Irish men and boys and the attempted murder of many more Jackson admits that he would have been "involved in the administration of the statement taking exercise." In anticipation of the overwhelming evidence that there was then a cover-up Jackson states that, "ï¿½there is absolutely no question of briefing soldiers as to what they should say. Such a suggestion is absolutely outrageous." Indeed.
Within hours of Bloody Sunday the British Army put out a statement claiming that a number of the victims were on the wanted list, others had been carrying weapons while yet others had nail bombs. General Sir Mike Jackson, knighted by the British Queen, was the Unit Press Officer in Derry that day.
Official documents supplied to the Bloody Sunday Tribunal quote Jackson as describing the Parachute Regiment's activities on Bloody sunday as 'first rate'
Kate Nash, whose brother, William Nash was killed, was particularly critical of General Sir Mike Jackson, a captain in the Paras on Bloody Sunday, who went on to become Chief of the General Staff. She says: "Thirty eight years ago, a story went around the world, concocted by General Mike Jackson. He said there was gunmen and bombers on our streets, and they were shot and killed. Today, that lie has been uncovered."
The British Queen approved and honored the Killers of Irish people, including innocent Irish children.
General Sir Mike Jackson
Gun battle report made at the time of Bloody Sunday, now known to be fabricated. A list of lies covering up the mass murder of innocent Irish men and Irish children.
The infamous 'Shot list' made by Mike Jackson
Following engagements took place during gun battle from approx 16.17 to 16.35 hours:
1 Nail bomber shot. Hit in thigh (back of Chamberlain St)
2 Petrol bomber shot. Apparently killed (car park)
3 Bomber (at top floor flats) shot. Apparently killed
4 Gunman with pistol behind barricade shot. Hit
5 Nail bomber (lighted fuse) (at car park) shot
6 Nail bomber at car park shot
7 Gunman with pistol fired 2 rounds at soldier armed only with baton gun at alleyway. Soldier fired one round and withdrew swiftly
8 Nail bomber (William St) shot. Hit
9 Three nail bombers (at Glenfada Park) shot. All hit
10 Gunmen, pistols, (at G Park) shot at. One hit, one unhurt
11 Sniper in toilet window. Fired upon. None hit
12 Gunman, rifle, (at 3rd floor Rossville flats) shot at. Poss hurt
13 Gunman with rifle at (ground floor R flats) shot. Hit
14 Gunman, rifle (at barricade), shot. Killed. Body recovered
15 Gunman, rifle (at barricade), shot. Killed. Body recovered