On Tuesday this week the despicable decision was made public by the PPS not to prosecute any further members of the British parachute regiment who, in 1972, murdered innocent civilians on the streets of Derry, the fateful day became known as bloody Sunday thereafter.
While this decision was in some way expected from the British authorities, what happened the following day was just as disgusting. Top members of SinnFein dolled themselves up and went with tongues wagging to meet with open arms, the colonel-in-chief of the parachute regiment, Charles Windsor of the British royal family.
What this shows is that quislings Michelle O'neill and Declan Kearney, like others before them, care nothing for the victims and indeed the families of those murdered on bloody Sunday, nor the families and victims of countless murders by British armed forces in Ireland.
It is unbelievable to think that there is still a semblance of support for SinnFein after all their public displays of shame and bootlicking of the British establishment. Let us state quite clearly that SinnFein bring only shame to the Republican cause, a cause whose principles it abandoned long ago.
In the words of Padraig Pearse, “You cannot conquer Ireland. You cannot extinguish the Irish passion for freedom. If our deed has not been sufficient to win freedom, then our children will win by a better deed.”
The deeds of SinnFein are a polar opposite to those envisaged by Pearse and others and the time is now to leave these quislings behind.