Invitation to discuss Bloody Sunday, Derry, Jan 30th, 1972..

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Invitation to discuss Bloody Sunday, Derry, Jan 30th, 1972..

Postby Louis P. Burns aka Lugh » Mon Jan 26, 2009 4:48 am

Invitation to discuss Bloody Sunday, Derry, Jan 30th, 1972

    it really is time britain and its crown accepted that this was a horrendous act of fascist dictatorship. then apologised and compensated all affected by the events of that day, including people who have been subjected to hostilities from britain since, when simply speaking out and asking for justice or expecting equality which is their human right.

    if the british government wish to be taken seriously about anything, they have to have the maturity to admit their military machine (which is now sadly being exported overseas to the middle east) is up for question and scrutiny.

    until that day, no-one should expect justice; the very thing that britain apparently prides itself on. put bluntly: britain either maintains that justice is only ever achievable by force down the barrel of a gun and continued subjugation. or it has moved on and is now ready to accept that those who oppose them are equals with civil and human rights which are observed and respected elsewhere without question...

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