This is a good question, isn’t it?

So, Michelle, just when did it become unacceptable to bomb Manchester?

Asked of the Sinn Fein leader in Ulster.

9 thoughts on “This is a good question, isn’t it?”

  1. So Much For Subtlety

    A complaint to the Race Relations people and the Press Council will surely follow.

    After all, *we* are the enemy here. Not the bombers.

  2. Or blame it on the militant wings:
    The earthquakers
    The rhythm Methodists
    High church Cof E

  3. The Pedant-General

    That’s an astonishing and brilliant leader. Haven’t seen that kind of moral clarity for quite some time.

  4. If he’s a traitor then try him. In a court as is usual with traitors.
    Unless he isn’t a traitor, just an idiot with principles?

  5. @ Martin
    They haven’t tried Gerry Adams or Martin McGuiness yet: unlike Lord Haw-haw or Sir Roger Casement.
    Treason is a common law offence so it would require mens rea and I doubt that Jeremy Coprbyn is capable of that since he believes that he is always right.

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