IRA vs UK, what make IRA the good guys and UK the bad guys?
We all know IRA is the good guy over the UK. The UK label the IRA as terrorist. The US despite openly agree and support UK, but never support the UK in action and secretly fund the IRA. in 90s they gain their independent and form the Republic of Ireland. Funny that now UK and ROI are friends. But most of us probably don't know much about the then political situation, so what make IRA the good guy and the UK the bad guys, in this conflict?
IRA is the good guy. I don't see the point of this question. If your country is occupied by the head of an empire, would you fight it or accept its yolk?
Now, that the US financed them, it is not a new policy. It is taken for granted that where the US is the likelihood for the state to be destabilized if thinking differently will rise exponentially. What surprises me is that I thought that the Anglo-Saxon branch of the US would be faithful to its racial roots but I see that it is as perfidious as former British Albion.
Long live freedom, long live Ireland!
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