Mac Stiofain revelations: ‘Republicans are very fond of inquiries – so what about now?’
For decades, Dublin and pan-nationalism have been extremely vocal in demanding inquiry after inquiry into anything and everything they can take political advantage of, to slant their version of the past.
Now the truth is beginning to slowly emerge, it is high time a full inquiry is held into the collusion and what seems to be full and widespread support for the IRA and their futile and cowardly terrorist campaign at the very genesis of the Troubles by the Irish government.
I sincerely hope that all democrats will get behind this call and expose the sordid and barbaric actions of so few which affected so many. Or is it only truth, equality and justice for republicans?
Stephen Cooper, TUV councillor, Comber
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