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DURING the lastest failed talks by the British
government and the Dublin administration to
revive Stormont and the simultaneous treachery
of a further destruction of arms by the Provos
military organisation, Gerry Adams called, in
effect, on faithful Republicans to do likewise.
In response Republican This will not happen.
Sinn Fein said that Mr Adams
cannot expect faithful
Republicans to endorse the
ceding and surrender of sovereignty over the Six Counties
to the English government.
We base this on the fact
that Ireland is a sovereign
nation and as such has the
right to defend itself, as have
other sovereign nations
throughout the world, from
foreign aggression. There can
be no "closure of the conflict"
until Britain states publicly
that it will leave Ireland once
and for all.
Neither can we be expected to support the treacherous
destruction of arms at the
behest of the British
Republican Sinn Fein
believes that the Stormont
Agreement of 1998 will not
work in the long run. We ask
the Unionists to look again at
the EIRE NUA proposals for
a four-province federal Ireland
(rsf.ie) in which they would
have a working majority within a nine-county Ulster. With
maximum devolution of
power and decision-making
the position of nationalists
would be safeguarded. This is
the positive alternative.
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Elections: End England's
rule in Ireland
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By Adams and McGuinness and Provisional Sinn Fein taking part in
this election, with the TEST OATH, they are:
1. helping English rule in Ireland with the return of Stormont;
2. denying Republicans and Irishmen and Irishwomen their civil
3. ENCOURAGING the English occupation.
Below is the test oath supported by Provisional Sinn Fein and the
"Elected Authorities (Northern
Ireland) Act 1989
(c.3) Occupied Counties of Ireland
Declaration against terrorism
Form for inclusion in consent to nomination
I . . . declare that, if elected, I will not by word or deed express support or approval of:
(a) any organization that is for the time being a proscribed organization specified in Schedule 2 to the Northern Ireland (Emergency
Provisions) Act 1978; or
(b) acts of terrorism (that is to say, violence for political ends) connected with the affairs of Northern Ireland."
Republican Sinn Fein will NOT (a) disown publicly the organisations of the Republican Movement or (b) deny the right of the Irish
people to resist English rule in Ireland.