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IrishNews Letter By Francie Mackey

The following has been carried by the IrishNews newspaper today, Tuesday 20th October 2020:



THE BRITISH IMPOSED BORDER IS CHALLENGING BECAUSE ITS ILLEGITIMACY HASN’T BEEN CONFRONTED.


Helen Mc Entee, Justice Minister in the Twenty-Six Counties, stated recently “we would find ourselves in a very challenging situation if the UK were to breach International Law”.


That statement defines how Fine Gael and Fianna Fail have treated Irish citizens for decades. The British Government have violated the National Rights of our citizens with no objection from the governing parties in Leinster House.


The imposed British border now appears challenging only if increased checks have to be placed upon it.


What planet is she on? Since partition this imposed border has been challenging, challenging to the people on either side of it. No concerns raised by Leinster House politicians about those daily injustices.


It is now challenging for Mc Entee and her ilk because it exposes how they have continuously refused to confront the British Government over its very existence.


In other words ignore it and it might go away. Well it won’t go away and just when they thought they could reconcile British Rule with Irish sovereignty, up jumps Brexit and exposes the weakness of their position.


British Rule and Irish sovereignty cannot be reconciled, sadly FG, FF and Provisional Sinn Fein have agreed to continue the failure and have sentenced our future to one of injustice and denial of our sovereign rights.


The only case Irish citizens should be pursuing under International Law is the challenge lodged at the United Nations in 1998.


Francis Mackey

32 County Sovereignty Movement

Omagh



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