|Sinn Fein MP Mickey Brady|
A few weeks ago an SAS flag was erected in the village of Loughgall and Sinn Fein MP Mickey Brady said:
'I'm appalled to learn that a British SAS flag has once again been reported flying in the village of Loughgall. This shameful act of glorification will only serve to add further distress to the families of the nine men executed and I am calling for its immediate removal.'
Move forward a matter of days and Mickey Brady was speaking out again. This time he was chairing a commemoration for IRA member Raymond McCreesh at the notorious Raymond McCreesh children's playground in Newry.
|Mickey Brady speaking at a Sinn Fein commemoration |
at the Raymond McCreesh playground
The event was to honour Raymond McCreesh and it was in effect a 'shameful act of glorification'.
This is just another example of the hypocrisy of Sinn Fein, whose approach is 'do as I say', not 'do as I do'.
SINN FEIN - OFFENDED BY EVERYTHING - ASHAMED OF NOTHING.
However, the next time there is any discussion about the Sinn Fein sponsored commemorations and glorifications of the IRA or the erection of memorials to IRA terrorists, we can remember the words of Mickey Brady and quote them back to Sinn Fein - 'this shameful act of glorification'. You could also quote back Mickey Brady's demand for immediate removal'.
And if Mickey Brady is looking for some 'shameful acts of glorification' to have them removed, perhaps he could start in his own constituency with the name of the Raymond McCreesh Park and then move on to the Provisional IRA memorial beside the Ti Chulain Centre in Mullaghbawn.
He might also consider moving further afield to the republican memorial which was erected outside the Church of Ireland parish church in Dungiven.
Mickey Brady should be reminded time and time again of those words 'shameful act of glorification' as indeed should other Sinn Fein politicians.