Sinn Feins Stradgey

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Four images portray a long graffito on the Cupar Way “peace” line. In full, it reads:
Provisional IRA leader Gerry Adams on Sinn Feins stadgey [= strategy] of Orange parades
“Ask any activist, did Drumcree happen by accident and they tell you “No”.
“3 years of hard work helped create those situations for us to exploit.”
Drumcree, Ormo [= Ormeau], Twad[d]ell, Dunloy. “Where next”??
Wood (Crimes Of Loyalty p. 202) gives the following quote, reportedly a transcript of remarks made by Adams at a Sinn Féin meeting in Meath, as, “Ask any activist in the North, did Drumcree happen by accident, and he will tell you “No.”. Three years of work on the Ormeau Road, in Portadown, and parts of Fermanagh and Newry, Armagh, and in Bellaghy, and up in Londonderry [other sources, such as the Irish Times, give “Derry”]. Three years of work went into creating that situation and fair play to those who put the work in. They are the type of scene chances we need to focus on and develop and exploit.”
Descriptions of the contentious parades in the places mentioned can be found on CAIN.
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One thought on “Sinn Feins Stradgey

  1. NORAID Funds Terrorism 2014-09-14 / 9:21 pm

    If you want a source for this, please try the Island Pamphlet Series #105 ‘Towards a Shared Future (5) Ulster’s Marching Bands’ (2013, p.18) Compiled by Michael Hall. Available online at: http://www.cain.ulst.ac.uk/islandpublications/index.html A very sad and telling read indeed.

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