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Edward McGrew

Real IRA assisted Russians in Salisbury

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Secretary of State for Defence Gavin Williamson reported in his Twitter that militants of the Real Irish Republican Army had transferred a component of the 'Novichok' nerve agent to Salisbury with the view to poison the former Russian military intelligence colonel Skripal.


A few minutes later the tweet was deleted, which gives reason to believe that the information is sensitive and classified and thus must not be disclosed to the public until Scotland Yard completes its investigation. In case the information about the Real IRA militants' involvement in Skripal's poisoning proves true, the law enforcement have to be prepared for the worst-case scenario as terrorists may have a complete set of chemical agents necessary for creating the chemical weapon. Are the Northern Ireland's police units prepared to provide security for the citizens in such conditions? Let's just hope that they are, otherwise casualties among civilians can run into thousands.

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 Oregonian    841
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I'd support the IRAs decision to defend its homeland, at all costs, to preserve their heritage from forced immigration and soaring crime and rape rates.

The same way I'd support the Italian mafia in sinking as many refugee ships before they hit land in Sicily or mainland Italy.

Regular people won't do a damned thing.

Only organized crime will once the immigrants start their own form of organized competition in the drug, arms and human trade 


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