sequence of elaborate British schemes beginning
in 1920, and continuing today with the Good Friday
Agreement, are all part of a vast British war
strategy utilized to undermine any initiative
towards a just and lasting peace in Ireland.
British war apparatus is comprised of politico/military
structures carefully designed to defuse the Irish
cause, and eventually contain it. One of the most
sinister tactics utilized by the British, is the
employment of psychological operations (psyops).
Vital facets of these operations include the identification
of malleable personalities within the leadership
of the Irish republican movement.
various British attempts to implement these political
schemes - marketed as peace solutions- were motivated
by the advancement of Eire Nua (New Ireland);
an Irish formulated solution promoted by the Irish
republican leadership of that time. In the context
of a British withdraw, the Irish proposal would
provide for an all inclusive, unified federal
Ireland with devolution of power down to the local
the early stages of British psyops they recognized
the proponents of Eire Nua as non - yielding,
and a serious threat to the British agenda. Utilizing
every aspect of their war machine, the British
were eventually able to marginalize the proponents
of Eire Nua, and unjustly labeled them as, opponents
of peace, essentially commandeering the
Irish republican movement.
British government were shrewd in creating pseudo
political assemblies in which they could promote
the malleable personalities in the movement as
valuable assets within the British state; creating
the illusion of power and progress, utilizing
all means to carry this out. All along, the plan
as it is in any counter insurgency situation
- is to win over widespread support of the population
in order to control them at a later time.
the swathe of the Good Friday Agreement, the British
government is now attempting to portray Ireland
as a normal society. The everyday realities of
Irish society, coupled with various social and
political reports, contradict this absurd portrayal.
we see the ongoing struggle for political status
escalating, as witnessed on the streets and jails
of the 26 counties and occupied 6 counties of
the north. We are witnessing the escalating tensions
across sectarian lines, resulting in the loss
of life. We see a political and social landscape
in the occupied six counties reminiscent of the
late 1960s and early 70s.
this, it is up to the reader to make an assessment
on what is really happening, or better yet compare
the facts on your own. The struggle for Irish
freedom continues, the promotion of Eire Nua is
ongoing, and will continue until the never failing
source of all political evils in Ireland are gone.