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I am happy to offer my condolences to the children & grandchildren of Martin McGuinness who had no choice in whom their parents were.
That said: The world would have been a far better place without the birth of Martin McGuinness and vile and cowardly criminals like him. To seek to eulogise this vile man for his hand in a peace process that was instigated when he had failed in his aim to overturn democracy and impose his vile will, together with his vile asso0ciates, he chose to switch to claims of peace to avoid arrest and trial for numerous cowardly murders he had committed and instigated.
The peace process would never have been needed were it not for Martin McGuinness and his odious criminal ilk, as Ireland would have been a democratic and peacefull entity all along! There would never have been some 2,000 killings, the Police and Army would never have needed to impose a single curfew nor fire a single shot and harmony would have prevailed through the ballot box and democracy had it not been for the cowardly men of evil like Martin McGuinness.
KATIE HOPKINS: Good riddance, McGuinness. The reason you never said sorry for the dead was because you weren’t. You just realised you could win another way AND be treated like a saint
Published: 14:23, 21 March 2017 | Updated: 22:13, 21 March 2017
I started reading about the rare condition that killed Martin McGuinness. I got about four words in. And then I realised.
I couldn’t care less. Couldn’t care less what he had, what impact it had on him or why it caused him to die.
I am just glad he is dead.
Glad he is gone and we no longer have the monster paraded about on our screens as the Second Coming of Christ. Lauded by our state broadcaster as the White Mandela. Fawned over by glib performers such as Blair, as a truly great statesman.
I couldn’t care less. Couldn’t care less what he had, what impact it had on him or why it caused him to die. I am just glad he is dead
Martin McGuinness (pictured right in 1985): I am just glad he is dead. Glad he is gone and we no longer have the monster paraded about on our screens as the Second Coming of Christ
I’m not the least bit concerned if his death was painful or otherwise. He had the extraordinary blessing of a reasonably long life. And the gift of knowing he was going to die. He was able to set his affairs in order, to say thank you to the people who loved him, and to feel at peace with the life he was leaving behind.
His victims, those who died at the hands of his army, his bombs, and allegedly his own sub-machine gun — had no such opportunity.
Many never saw thirty. Never got to enjoy the long life he has enjoyed. Their relatives were handed life sentences of their own, too, having to deal with the devastation he wrought.
Joanne Mathers was just 29 when she was murdered by the IRA. Shot dead on the doorstep of her home for being part of the government census-gathering, which the IRA was campaigning against.
Almost 36 years later her husband said he was still haunted by the loss of his wife and the fact no one had been brought to justice.
‘People may well say he is a champion of peace, but Joanne was murdered when she was just 29 years old, and I was left to bring up a child of just a year-and-a-half by myself.
‘I had to navigate through all those milestones in his early years without her. Shane missed so much not having his mother.
‘I would pick him up at school every day and would look out the car at all the mothers coming to pick their children up, greeting them at the end of the day. She wasn’t there to comfort him when he was sick and wasn’t there to run to when he was hurt.’
I’m not the least bit concerned if his death was painful or otherwise. He had the extraordinary blessing of a reasonably long life
It is this man I feel sorry for, this man and his son who deserve the sympathy of leaders today.
Or Lord Tebbit’s wife, permanently paralysed by the 1984 Brighton bombing, another casualty in McGuinness’s campaign of terror.
Or the ‘disappeared’, those who were abducted, murdered and secretly buried by the IRA, four of whom have never been found despite a commission set up to locate their remains. The families of these victims walk hand in hand with grief and injustice every day.
The list is endless. Kneecappings, bombings, shootings, sniper fire. Men, women and children. Particularly children: Mary Travers, 22; Kathleen Feeny, 14; Carol Ann McCool, 4; Kathryn Eakin, 9; Gordon Gallagher, 9 … it goes on and on. A mountain of dead. Murdered during the period in which the Butcher of Bogside was in command.
So no, Gerry Adams — you who also have blood on your hands — McGuinness did not work ‘tirelessly for peace and reconciliation’. If he had, the bodies of the disappeared would be back with those they loved.
Whatever side of the fight you take, Protestant or Catholic, I wonder what sort of man can watch the killing of children and feel no remorse
And no, Blair, we do not remember him with ‘immense gratitude and immense affection’. Shane Mathers might have said the same of his mother — if he hadn’t been deprived of her his whole life by the monster you choose to mourn.
And no, Enda Kenny, Irish Taoiseach, the butcher will not ‘always be remembered for the remarkable political journey he undertook in his lifetime’.
He will be remembered for the lives he took. And we will forget him as quickly as we can.
I couldn’t care less what he had, what impact it had on him or why it caused him to die
Unlike her public message of condolence for the family of Nelson Mandela, the Queen has shared a private message with the widow of Martin McGuinness, Bernie. After the death of Lord Mountbatten at the hands of the IRA, she truly understands the hurt he caused. And has acknowledged this with a private message of support for one woman. Not public affirmation of the hurtful life of one cruel man.
Martin McGuinness may have conned many of the Establishment with his written commitment to peace. But he was the author of much of the war. And we do not condone the sins of other war criminals with such enthusiasm.
Only last year, a 94 year old former Auschwitz guard was sentenced to five years in prison for his actions in camp. He stated he never killed or abused anyone, and was deeply ashamed. But survivors wanted him to say more, needed him to tell the truth for young people. To help people understand the horrors of the past so they can be healed.
It is a sentiment echoed by the families of the victims of McGuinness’ IRA today.
In contrast, justice never caught up with this monster. It canonized him instead.
Lord Tebbit speaks for many of us when he says; ‘the world is a sweeter place today. He was a coward who never atoned for his crimes’.
Whatever side of the fight you take, Protestant or Catholic, I wonder what sort of man can watch the killing of children and feel no remorse.
But, I can understand why Martin McGuinness never said sorry.
The simple truth is he never was. He was only sorry he was going to be caught, that he needed to find power another way.
McGuinness was a monster. Death does not redeem him. Nor return the young lives his terrorist bombs took away.
Martin McGuinness death: Tebbit says ‘world sweeter place’ – TUV chief says ‘he took dark secrets to grave’
March 21 2017
Lord Tebbit at home with his wife Margaret
Lord Tebbit, whose wife was paralysed in the 1984 IRA Brighton bomb has said the “world is a sweeter place” now that Martin McGuinness has died.
Speaking on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, Lord Tebbit branded the veteran republican a “coward who never atoned for his crimes”.
The IRA targeted the Conservative party conference at the Grand Hotel in Brighton planting explosives in walls. The subsequent blast killed five people.
Norman Tebbit was in bed when the bomb went off, along with Lady Margaret Tebbit, who remains severely paralysed.
“He was a coward who knew that the IRA was defeated… the IRA army council had been penetrated by British intelligence and they were beaten,” he said.
“And he, coward as always, opted to try and get out of that by posing as a man of peace.
“He was a murderer, a multi-murderer. He became a man of peace because he was desperately afraid he was going to be arrested and charged with murders which he had committed himself.
“I’m just pleased that the world is a sweeter and cleaner place now,” he said.
He was asked if it could be possible someone like Mr McGuinness could leave his past behind.
“It might be possible, But first thing to take the step to for forgiveness would be to confess for his sins,” he added.
Jo Berry, whose father the MP Anthony Berry was killed in the 1984 bomb is founder of charity Building Bridges for Peace. In response to Lord Tebbit, she tweeted: “Tebbit not speaking for all, I value Martin McGuinness as inspiring example of peace and reconciliation.
“I lost my Dad in Brighton Bomb.”
Speaking on the BBC she added: “I admire Martin McGuinness for what he has done for peace in Northern Ireland. His friendship with Ian Paisley was real and in order to do that I think he showed incredible courage and his example of reconciliation influences everyone – he showed the way forward.”TUV leader Jim Allister paid his condolences to the McGuinness family.
He said: “In the case of Martin McGuinness he lived many more decades than his victims because sadly he thought it appropriate not just to sanction, but to commit murder.
“And he took those dark secrets to the grave denying truth and justice to his many IRA victims.
“So today my primary thoughts are with the many victims of the IRA who never got to the age of 66, who never saw their grandchildren because McGuinness’s IRA snuffed out so many lives.
“Whatever became of Martin McGuinness, he chose to be a terrorist, no one made him be a terrorist and no one should be lauded because they turned to peace having been a terrorist.”
He added: “I will not be a party to white-washing the vile, vicious, wicked terrorism he brought to our streets.
“I then acknowledge that as a different phase, he was part of protecting those that brought that vile terrorism to our streets. He then tried a different tactic, namely that of what is called the the peace process and at a great price.
“I acknowledge that with his head he chose a path of peace, if it was with his heart would he not have given up those secrets and brought truth and justice to the victims of the IRA? That is where he will be judged.
“I have nothing kind to say of a person who carried out, presided over and directed the terrorism of the IRA, that gave us over 2,000 innocent victims.
“They brought needless terror to our streets. There was no need for anyone to die on the streets of Northern Ireland, but Martin McGuinness thought there should be.”
“So I am not going to be a hypocrite and sweep that under the carpet and say he took a different tact.
“I am not going to white wash the life of terrorist leader, IRA commander Martin McGuinness.”
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