Sunday, 24 April 2016

Ireland - British Colonial Terrorism Founded NI Statelet

'If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don’t have to worry about answers' - Thomas Pynchon

No British Mandate

Q1: When - if ever, did a foreign British state gain a mandate from the Irish nation to impose its will over all or any part of Ireland (notwithstanding UK universal suffrage for males and females over 21's didn't exist until 1928)?

Q2: Was it 1914 that the British state decided to partition Ireland i.e two years before the 1916 Easter Rising?

Q3: What mandate had the British state to partition Ireland in 1921, given both the 1918 expressed will of the majority of the Irish nation to exit the UK plus the relevant 'nation' terms of the 1919 Versailles Treaty?

British Colonialist Terrorism

It's vitally important to have regard to the words and deeds of supremacist British Unionists in the years preceding the Irish rebellion of 1916:-
1904: 'I predict that Home Rule will never be killed until we show any British Government which brings it forward that we will resist to the death, even with arms if necessary' - Frederick Crawford CBE (British Colonialist 'Larne Gunrunning' leader).

1910: 'we are quietly organising' men willing to take 'active steps' to resist enforcement of the Home Rule Bill... 'various lodges have received enrolment forms and will be taught simple [military] movements' - Colonel Robert Wallace (Orange Order County Grand Master of Belfast).
1911: 'I am not for a game of bluff and, unless men are prepared to make great sacrifices which they clearly understand, the talk of resistance is useless' - Sir Edward Carson (British Colonialist Barrister).
1912: 'Drilling is illegal. Only recently I was reading the Act of Parliament forbidding it. The [UVF] volunteers are illegal, and the Government knows they are illegal, and the Government dare not interfere with them' - Sir Edward Carson (Barrister and leader of the Ulster Volunteer(s) (Force)).
1912: 'I can imagine no length of resistance to which Ulster can go in which I should not be prepared to support it' in defying the law - Andrew Bonar Law (UK (Conservative) Shadow Government leader).
1912: We the undersigned pledge, to '...use all means which may be found necessary to defeat the present conspiracy to set up a home rule parliament in Ireland...' - Colonialist minority in Ireland.

According to United Kingdom laws dating from the 1819 Unlawful Drilling Act to current legislation, the above conduct by British Colonialists in the province of Ulster was unlawful and indeed constituted acts of terrorism:

UK Terrorism Act. Interpretation.
Section One: (1) In this Act 'terrorism' means the use or threat of action where -
(a) the action falls within subsection (2), (b) the use or threat is designed to influence the government or to intimidate the public or a section of the public, and (c) the use or threat is made for the purpose of advancing a political, religious or ideological cause...'

Colonial "Democratic" Perversions

In 1800, the gerrymandered British Colonialist-dominated 'Protestant Ascendancy' parliament in Ireland was abolished due to perpetual abuses against the majority Irish Catholic population. Ireland was then forced under the governance of the UK parliament in England. The Irish nation didn't consent to this Act and it thus remains thee root cause of the profound Irish sense of injustice against a foreign British state's colonial interference in Ireland.

In 1886 - after tireless campaigning by constitutional Irish politicians such as Daniel O'Connell, the 1st Home Rule Bill seeking a new and democratic parliament in Ireland was presented before the UK parliament in England but was narrowly defeated.

In 1893, the 2nd Irish Home Rule Bill was presented by Irish politician Charles Stewart Parnell and passed by the elected House of Commons parliament. Alas, this Bill was rejected by the unelected House of Lords.

In January 1910, the UK election produced a hung parliament and the Irish Parliamentary Party held the balance of power between the main Conservative and Liberal parties.

In 1911, John Redmond's Irish Parliamentary Party supported the UK Government's Prime Minister Herbert Asquith to pass a Bill revoking the unelected House of Lords absolute power to veto House of Commons legislation.

In April 1912, the UK Government passed the 3rd Home Rule Bill for Ireland but its enactment was delayed until 1914 due to the shenanigans of a House of Lords dominated by Conservative peers.

In 1914, British army Officers involved in the "Curragh Mutiny" incident advised they would resign their commission' rather than obey any order to enforce the Government's Home Rule Bill within the province of Ulster - this was not an isolated incident but part of an ongoing conspiracy by conservative elites within senior army ranks.

On 10th March 1914, the UK Prime Minister Herbert Asquith announced to parliament he intended to partition Ireland into two states - this being done without a mandate from the electorate was perverse... constitutional politics was thereby utterly corrupted by a minority of British colonial fascists in Ireland using threats of terrorism!!!

Protecting Home Rule

In November 1913, Óglaigh na hÉireann (the Irish Volunteers) was formed and gradually built-up to a counterforce of more than twice that of Ulster's British Colonialist 100k UVF ranks. The stated aim of the Irish Volunteer army was to uphold implementation of the Home Rule parliament Bill across the whole of Ireland, though some founding members intended readying this army to fight for an independent Irish Republic.

The Violent Time

In August 1914, the British Empire declared war on Germany and many Irishmen joined this colonial venture for a variety of reasons - the vast majority believing to fight would encourage the British grip on Ireland to loosen in the form of it honouring the Home Rule Bill. In April 1916, Irish revolutionaries commenced an armed Rising against British colonial rule over Ireland and declared an independent Irish Republic but this was swiftly defeated and the leaders executed.

Irish Public Backlash

The Home Rule crisis, the 1916 Rising and the British state's reaction to both awoke the Irish nation from a dejected subjugated slumber induced by a fruitless colonial political system and brutal reprisals after earlier failed rebellions in 1534, 1569, 1594, 1641, 1798, 1803, 1848 and 1867 etc. Within even the British Empire's citadel of Dublin, Irish citizens readily came out in their tens of thousands to protest when British forces murdered civilians during the early Home Rule period. Similar outrage spread across Ireland when British forces summarily executed civilians during the Easter Rising and killed hundreds more by indiscriminately using gunboat and mobile artillery shells and heavy duty machine guns on Dublin's inner city streets. Add to those incidents, British forces brutally imposed martial law across Ireland, engaged in mass arrests and internment and then executed the leaders of the Rising including one strapped to a chair. On top of all this, families were receiving daily news of the mounting death toll of Irishmen duped into fighting an imperial land-grab war in Europe and a threat of conscription was looming which would steal away Ireland's remaining Sons... the Irish tide had well and truly turned hence the 1916 Rising.

Ireland's Electoral Mandate

Following the ending of world war one on 11th November 1918, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland held a general election on 14th December 1918 - this was the first ever UK election in which all men above 21 and all women above 30 could now vote and without the need to own property. Of Ireland's 108 constituencies, the pro-republic Sinn Féin Party secured a 73 seat majority 'independent Republic' mandate and the pro-colonial rule Unionist Party won 22 seats.

British Anti-democratic Terrorists

During 1920-21, the mighty British Empire ignored the 1918 majority will of the Irish electorate to form a free and independent Irish Republic, threatening "immediate and terrible war" if little Ireland refused to sign a treaty partitioning the country into two states and further agreeing both would remain under the control of the British empire - this gunboat-laden diktat was contrary to the Versailles Treaty and amounted to an act terrorism...

Thus was born Ireland's Afrikaner Statelet a truly evil sectarian cesspit, which will remain poisonous for as long as British Colonialists are allowed to use the UK Union flag as a cover to treat the native Irish as second-class citizens in our own homeland.

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