Files show US-UK tensions over Northern Ireland terrorism in 1979


Files show US-UK tensions over Northern Ireland terrorism in 1979

The National Archives files show the murder of Lord Mountbatten by the IRA in 1979 did not prompt the response from the US that the UK had hoped for. While president Jimmy Carter expressed his “profound sadness” at the death, he made no reference to terrorism.

I am the only one, to the best of my knowledge and belief, to have called a spade a spade and not a dirt-shifting implement. Likewise I called the IRA as terrorists whist that word remained absent from the Hansard records of the Parliament from Bloody Sunday 30 January 1972 until last year when the fraudulent behaviours of the Peers and MPs became an issue.

While American Irish financed these terrorism acts upon Britain – the American Jews freely and, I must stress with impunity, keep financing the terrorism acts in Gaza.
If Global Peace has to have a semblance of a chance – these externally funded acts of wilful and deliberate violence against another community, race or religion must cease forthwith. Likewise USA must be aware of its funds being used by Pakistan to perpetrate terrorism in India. You can fool some of the people some of the time…

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Filed under Anglo-American Relationship, British Politics, Corruption, Diversity, Equality, Global Credibility, Indo-American Relationship, Inter-Faith, Race Realtions [Amendment] Act 2000, Social Justice

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