"Truth seldom is pleasant; it is almost invariably bitter. A loss of courage may be the most striking feature which an outside observer notices in the West in our days..." Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Commencement address at Harvard University , June 8, 1978

Wednesday, 9 December 2009


Families of IRA victims were horrified by the news that communist, Gerry Adams, is to present a TV programme which will “document a personal journey to discover the real Jesus.” On the show, which will be part of a seven part documentary series called, The Bible: A History, will see Gerry Adams examine Christian teachings on “Love, forgiveness and repentance.”

Mr Adams, the leader of Sinn Fein, is also believed by security services to have held prominent positions in the militant arm of Sinn Fein, the Provisional IRA. This terrorist organisation has murdered nearly 2,000 innocent people during the troubles.

You might remember for instance the Omagh car bomb, which was planted by a splinter group called the Real IRA which claimed 31 lives including nine children and a women who was pregnant with twins. Mr Barker, whose 12 year old son James died in the 1998 Omagh bombing, had this to say:

“Asking Gerry Adams to speak about love and forgiveness is like asking Myra Hindley to lecture on child minding. I think it was a big mistake and completely misguided. Channel 4 is being used by Mr Adams. It is offering him a platform for doing what he does so well, of coming across on camera as a genuine, peaceful person who wants to promote peace and love.”

Mr Barker also wrote a letter to Channel 4 where he states….

“I have sat in meetings with this man and heard him vent his wrath-he should not even be associated with a programme which discusses the life of Christ.”

While the National Front advocates freedom of speech and expression, we do not support men like Gerry Adams, who wish to pull Britain apart and force Northern Ireland to be part of the Republic of Ireland by any means including violence, giving publicity to air their communistic and anti-British rhetoric.

Such vile personalities such as this communist should not be given the chance to give his violent and idiotic cause respectability. While I am disgusted have insulted the victims of the IRA by inviting Mr Adams, I am not overly surprised, since Channel (filth) 4 programmes are generally anti-British with communist undertones.


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