Sunday, 20 December 2009

Nothing To See Here ....

I wonder what Noraid and various Plastic Paddies throughout the English-speaking world have to say about this ?

Archbishop Cranmer preaches on the same theme here , following the news that the odious Channel 4 is to allow Adams to make a programme on Christianity and forgiveness .

Best line comes from one of those cruelly bereaved by this evil man and his euphemistic struggle

Victor Barker, whose 12-year-old son James died in the 1998 Omagh bombing, said:
'Asking Gerry Adams to speak about love and forgiveness is like asking Myra Hindley to lecture on child-minding .'

Or how about this ?

Lord Tebbit, who was himself injured and his wife permanently disabled after the 1984 IRA bombing of the Grand Hotel in Brighton, burst out laughing when he heard about Mr Adams' programme.

He said:
'I wish him well. And I hope he also comes across the doctrine of hell and the consuming of pernicious unrepentant murderers and sinners in general by the fires of hell for all eternity. What will he do after that? A programme about pigs discovering cleanliness?'

Last word goes to an anonymous poster on Cranmer's blog

The Adams Family Values.

His sexually abusing brother must be forgiven, because he isn't a priest.
His father should be forgiven because he was a 'volunteer' who did 7 years inside for trying to murder policemen. This clearly traumatised him, so it really is the fault of the Brits.
And Gerry Adams must be forgiven because although he knew about his brother's abuse for years, family loyalty is a great republican virtue.
And it's Christmas, a grand time fro the family & all. Slainte!

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