The member of the British legislative assembly now appears to serve only the interests of the British war machine in the Occupied Six Counties, disposing of any ethos of Republicanism left in his idle mind.
McCartney and Sinn Fein claim that “paramilitary offences” should be added to the unduly lenient sentences scheme recommended by the ‘Fresh Start Agreement’. This is no doubt directed at Republican activists who are committed to the reunification of Ireland.
Despite previous comments by Sinn Fein representatives and McCartney himself whereby they have insisted that Republican Prisoners are political prisoners, not paramilitary, they still try to run with the hare and hunt with the hound.
In his comments, McCartney endorses the same British Crown Court that convicted him via diplock trial and insists anyone “found guilty would see their sentence increased”. The normalisation policy put in place by those who claim to uphold traditional Republican values doesn’t represent the view of the wider Republican family.
Every generation of Irish people have stood up and rejected British Occupying Forces and their interests. As Republicanism rebuilds itself, this generation will continue to do the same, without the interference of Sinn Fein and their lackeys.
With many thanks to: Junior McDaid House for the original posting.