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Published: Monday 05 March, 2018

Ragbag of cowards hiding behind facebook or myspace We saw them in the queen's visit, A small ragbag banging crash barriers and screaming abuse, Their heads full of 19th Century issues. We saw them protesting against dangerous games in Croke Park-Several wearing British soccer jerseys. Ridiculous and obsolete-But Adidas Nemeziz Messi 17.1 yet they can be completely ridiculous. These people are small in number but deadly too. As we see with all the backlinks to organised crime, And the paramilitary display at Alan Ryan's funeral obituary. Simple fact small in Northern Ireland, They can still kill soldiers and peace officer and escape. The latest revelation is very vicious-And sly. The gardai learned of the secret a plot to murder the Irish soldier while he was visiting his family in Limerick over Christmas. A faction of the a continual IRA(CIRA) Had been under investigation in the city and had apparently sourced a weapon in planning to kill the soldier, Who may be in his 20s. What is very sinister is that the CIRA learned of his soldier's plans to return home by monitoring his Facebook page. Members of the group had even falsely befriended him to track his motion. Once again we see the perils of social media, Where people put their lives and social photo collection up in public.

When gardai became aware of this cowardly plan they contacted the soldier and his family who delayed his Christmas trip home. A previous plot to kill the soldier when he was going return to Ireland in August had also been uncovered. The gardai have made serious inroads with brought on into dissident organisations over the last few months, And 15 arrests tend to be made. But these plots are awful-And an utter parody of republican actions Adidas Nemeziz Messi Football Boots of old where at least there was some context of a building 'struggle' or 'military conflict', Even if this still managed to make it inexcusable. It won't even have that. It is akin to the recent venture by neo-Nazis to murder kebab stall owners around uk-Simply because they were Muslim or immigrant. It is as 'meaningful' and unnecessary as that-Quite frankly pure hate. It is also totally at odds with the emotions of almost the entirety of Irish people. We are in a totally reworked situation now. Far from finding involvement in the British army shaming, Many young Irish are flocking to such participation. Also they are heartened by the completely changed attitude to the deep involvement of the previous Irish generations in the British army, Ones mid-19th Century, After rugged Irish, And scottish, Were the backbone of the British army in another country, Up to the more modern engagement in the Dublin and Munster Fusiliers, Which put food shared for working-Class families and provided secure profession. And there is the long overdue treatment of those Irish soldiers who fought, And quite often died, For very honourable rationale in two world wars- 49,000 in the first battle alone, Effectively those who wanted to fight fascism and Hitler, Like so much of the remainder of Europe. This is a much more laudable legacy than a hidden dissidents internet trying to set up the murder of a lone soldier, On home with his family at party.