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By Mike Cunningham On November 27th, 2013 at 2:12 pm



Sixteen years?  Don’t you know who my brother is?




By David Vance On November 6th, 2013 at 12:59 pm


Adams isn’t the only one with a lamentable memory.


Gerry Adams suffers from “grotesque amnesia” over his alleged role in the IRA abduction and murder of Jean McConville, a senior unionist politician has said.

Ulster Unionist minister Danny Kennedy was speaking as fresh allegations that the Sinn Fein president ordered the Belfast mother-of-10’s execution in 1972 will be aired in a documentary tonight.

Doubts about the Louth TD’s continuing leadership of Sinn Fein are increasing, with both unionist and nationalist politicians questioning his credibility amidst new claims over his alleged role in the murder.

In a Boston College taped interview with deceased IRA Belfast commander Brendan Hughes, which will be played for the first time tonight in the BBC programme called Disappeared, Hughes accused Mr Adams of ordering Jean McConville’s killing. “There is only one man who gave the order for that woman to be executed and that man is now the head of Sinn Fein,” he said. Founder Provisional IRA member Billy McKee branded Mr Adams’ denials over his alleged role in the Disappeared as “damn lies”.

Mr McKee denied the practice of disappearing people was in place before Adams is said to have taken control of the IRA’s Belfast brigade in 1972.

Adams, of course, denies he was EVER in the IRA, let alone its leader. Adams lives in a state of contrived denial and this has been largely accommodate by a compliant media.

There seems to be quite a bit of heat on Adams these days but let’s not forget that Martin McGuinness, an IRA commander of an IRA unit that killed so many innocents, is also a man with a poor memory. Maybe HE could go to the little village of Claudy and see if his memory might sharpen? Adams could visit La Mon house hotel and see if that helps him…

and thats the real question

By Mike Cunningham On October 1st, 2013 at 8:01 pm


….don’t you know who my brother is; I’ve got protection?




Its an ill-placed rocket which does some good

By Mike Cunningham On September 30th, 2013 at 2:44 pm

Question……….. Why is the IRA quartermaster and multi-millionaire Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy really anti everything -AlQaeda?


Answer……….Because one set of murderous terrorists (Al Qaeda) blew a hole in a container full of smuggled cigarettes belonging to our own set of murderous terrorists (IRASinnFein) while passing through the Suez Canal on a huge containership. (OOPS!)

Couldn’t have happened to a better bunch!

Better late….

By Mike Cunningham On May 22nd, 2013 at 2:12 pm

…………than Never.


Lets  hope that this murderous clown gets a minimum of thirty years.



There’s a tear in your eye and I’m wondering why,

By Mike Cunningham On December 5th, 2012 at 9:15 am


Going by the recent history of family members of at least one politician allied to the Sinn Fein leadership, what would be the betting on this depraved monster getting a suspended sentence? ‘Suspended’, that is, on the end of a noose, which is what he deserves.

Unfortunately for this specimen, his name does not appear to be even close to rhyming with ‘Adams’, so he doesn’t even have the facility of asking, ‘Don’t you know who my brother is?’



By David Vance On September 28th, 2012 at 10:14 am

The things about IRA/Sinn Fein is that like any parasite it cannot resist feeding off it’s host body;

Sinn Fein MPs are to start making weekly trips to Westminster, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal. The party plans to step up its presence in London now its MPs have given up Assembly seats. But it insisted there was “absolutely no chance” of taking its five seats in the Commons. Instead, it will lobby ministers and meet MPs and members of the Irish community.

But but..don’t Sinn Fein MP’s represent all the people of their constituency? Surely they would not be so parochial, so bigoted, as to restrict their “meetings” to just “members of the Irish community”? If Sinn Fein MP’s refuse to sit in the Commons, they should be stripped of all salary, all expenses. Further, if they do not swear LOYALTY to the head of State, Her Majesty, they should be considered enemies of the State and imprisoned.

A Majestic Quandary.

By Mike Cunningham On June 26th, 2012 at 9:31 am



I suppose she can, after tomorrow’s momentary contamination, throw the gloves in the bin, instead of triple-dry-cleaning them.

Was the carpet red to begin with?

By Mike Cunningham On June 15th, 2012 at 8:41 pm


I bet Her Majesty is already ordering the triple-thickness rubber gloves!

The words of Chairman Martin

By Mike Cunningham On May 5th, 2012 at 8:54 am

Mr McGuinness urged the all-Ireland primate to “do the right thing”.

“Here we had an habitual child rapist, Fr Brendan Smyth, who was allowed free rein within the Catholic Church and within the community to destroy the lives of children,” he said.

“We hear that three well educated men, some of whom were canon lawyers, sat in the room with one of these children and then decided that enough for them was to report it to their superiors and not ask in the weeks and months and years ahead what happened to that man.

“I just have to say it’s incredible.”

It is a great pity that the Deputy First Minister did not complete his denunciation of perversion, perverts and paedophiles by speaking of his very close associate Gerry Adams, and of the paedophile protected by the very name of that same Adams Family.