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Gerry Kelly speaks: 'I looked at him and said: "Don't move or...

There are 72 comments on the The Independent story from Oct 29, 2013, titled Gerry Kelly speaks: 'I looked at him and said: "Don't move or.... In it, The Independent reports that:

IRA terrorist turned Sinn Fein minister Gerry Kelly has threatened to reopen old wounds by revealing how he led the spectacular Maze jailbreak in 1983.

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James

London, UK

#26 Nov 6, 2013
Mr Ben wrote:
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The UVF lost 33% of Ulster's territory to Republicans in 1921.
Republicans ensured 80% of Ireland left the UK during the 1919-1922 period.
Actually it was the Home Rule nonsense that ensured partition and that the south would have to leave the UK.
James

London, UK

#27 Nov 6, 2013
Mr Ben wrote:
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Then why did they take the cash?
He said Labour was given the wrong figures by the Treasury.
equality

Sheffield, UK

#28 Nov 6, 2013
Ten Heroes wrote:
<quoted text>Its only Muppet's like you who are being led similar to a flock of sheep.
'you have the sheep syndrome' which basically means that you cannot stomach brutal truths, while you also live inside a denial bubble in which you are also incapable of opening your mind, or to look outside the box, merely because other folk tell you so.
Pathetic Loser!
For the record, Kelly masterminded the mass break-out of 38 IRA prisoners from the Maze prison. You know the same prison that was supposedly to be the most high Tech, secure prison on the planet, during that era, while afterwards his British supposedly Masters were to have egg slapped all over there embarrassed faces.
????? nonsense as usal.
Sawdoff

Round Lake, IL

#29 Nov 6, 2013
The IRA made the British army and the uvf look like little bitches. The 2 together couldn't defeat the ra they gave them govt positions to stop kickin there ass and that's a fact. So when you are at your loyalist marches just remember you gave in to the so called terrorist demands even though you are the real terrorists! It must suck to be u
James

London, UK

#31 Nov 6, 2013
Sawdoff wrote:
The IRA made the British army and the uvf look like little bitches. The 2 together couldn't defeat the ra they gave them govt positions to stop kickin there ass and that's a fact. So when you are at your loyalist marches just remember you gave in to the so called terrorist demands even though you are the real terrorists! It must suck to be u
The British army was never sent to Ireland in 1919-1923.
a bit like

Sheffield, UK

#32 Nov 6, 2013
yea dude!! a bit like the way the vietnamese made the mighty americans look
Big O

Newton Aycliffe, UK

#33 Nov 6, 2013
a bit like wrote:
yea dude!! a bit like the way the vietnamese made the mighty americans look
well they did make fools of the Americas, they had to drop two nukes on the to get the upper hand
James

London, UK

#34 Nov 6, 2013
Big O wrote:
<quoted text>well they did make fools of the Americas, they had to drop two nukes on the to get the upper hand
It wasn't possible for the Americans to use nuclear weapons during the Vietnam War as both the Soviet Union and China had nukes.
Mr Ben

Ireland

#35 Nov 6, 2013
James wrote:
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The British army was never sent to Ireland in 1919-1923.
They were.

Why are you lying?
Mr Ben

Ireland

#36 Nov 6, 2013
Sawdoff wrote:
The IRA made the British army and the uvf look like little bitches. The 2 together couldn't defeat the ra they gave them govt positions to stop kickin there ass and that's a fact. So when you are at your loyalist marches just remember you gave in to the so called terrorist demands even though you are the real terrorists! It must suck to be u
The UVF lost 33% of Ulsters territory to Republicans forever in 1921.

The IRA ensured 80% of Ireland left the UK by 1921.
James

London, UK

#37 Nov 6, 2013
Mr Ben wrote:
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They were.
Why are you lying?
No they weren't.

Prime Minister Lloyd George could only send police auxilliaries like the Black and Tans to assist the RIC in upholding law and order until partition could come into effect.
James

London, UK

#38 Nov 6, 2013
Mr Ben wrote:
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The UVF lost 33% of Ulsters territory to Republicans forever in 1921.
The IRA ensured 80% of Ireland left the UK by 1921.
Actually Home Rule ensured partition.
Mr Ben

Ireland

#39 Nov 6, 2013
James wrote:
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No they weren't.
Prime Minister Lloyd George could only send police auxilliaries like the Black and Tans to assist the RIC in upholding law and order until partition could come into effect.
No you're wrong.

The British Army were active in Ireland during the War of Independence.

Why lie about it?
Mr Ben

Ireland

#40 Nov 6, 2013
James wrote:
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Actually Home Rule ensured partition.
Home Rule would have ensured all of Ireland remained in the UK.

The UVF blocked Home Rule.

The UVF lost 33% of Ulster's territory to Republicans forever in 1922.
James

Barnet, UK

#41 Nov 7, 2013
Mr Ben wrote:
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No you're wrong.
The British Army were active in Ireland during the War of Independence.
Why lie about it?
No they weren't.
James

Barnet, UK

#42 Nov 7, 2013
Mr Ben wrote:
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Home Rule would have ensured all of Ireland remained in the UK.
The UVF blocked Home Rule.
The UVF lost 33% of Ulster's territory to Republicans forever in 1922.
Ireland could not have Home Rule and remain in the UK.

Westminster rightly blocked Home Rule.

Southern Ireland has been reunited with the UK since 1st January 1973.
One island

Northwich, UK

#43 Nov 7, 2013
mrglue wrote:
Gerry kellys a wanker
Surely, you've never had a wank? if so you must be the first human being that has never done so, wanker!
Eric

Wembley, UK

#44 Nov 7, 2013
Mr Ben wrote:
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Home Rule would have ensured all of Ireland remained in the UK.
The UVF blocked Home Rule.
The UVF lost 33% of Ulster's territory to Republicans forever in 1922.
Ireland couldn't have Home Rule. That's why it was blocked in 1886, 1893 and 1914.

Partition had already been agreed at the Buckingham Palace Conference in July 1914.
Mr Ben

Ireland

#45 Nov 8, 2013
James wrote:
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Ireland could not have Home Rule and remain in the UK.
Westminster rightly blocked Home Rule.
Southern Ireland has been reunited with the UK since 1st January 1973.
The UVF surrendered 33% of Ulsters territory to Republicans forever in 1921.

So glad Edward Carson admitted partition was a failure.

William of Orange was a homosexual.
Mr Ben

Ireland

#46 Nov 8, 2013
Eric wrote:
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Ireland couldn't have Home Rule. That's why it was blocked in 1886, 1893 and 1914.
Partition had already been agreed at the Buckingham Palace Conference in July 1914.
It could. The British had agreed.

William of Orange was a homosexual.

It hadn't. The pathetic UVF blocked Home Rule and lost 33% of Ulster's territory to Republicans forever.

So glad those 3 B-Specials were shot on site after crossing the border by the Irish Free State Army in 1922.

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