Truth & Justice for Victims of Troubles | Fírinne agus Ceartas d'Íospartaigh na dTrioblóidí
There is still no British Justice. There is no rule of law. The British Military killed hundreds of Irish Citizens. This even included the killing of elected representatives such as Cllr Eddie Fullerton and Bernard O'Hagan. They also killed party election workers. Incredibly the British State killed dozens of citizens in the south of Ireland also.
Why did these covert deaths happen? They happened because of the international push back that Britain received after Bloody Sunday. The British Military knew that they could no longer kill Nationalists openly and on Camera. They knew that they could still target nationalists and Catholics but through loyalist proxies. Some people might feel that this is ancient history. But it happened in our lifetime. The perpetrators of these murders live in the same towns and villages as the families of the dead loved ones. Some of the securocrats who carried out this collusion are likely to still be in the pay of the British state.
All Ireland Investigation into British Collusion:
Aontú is introducing to the Dáil legislation which would trigger an All-Ireland Investigation into the murder and destruction of British collusion in Ireland north and south. When we are elected to the Assembly we will introduce the same legislation in this jurisdiction. County by county, report after report, the full extent of British state-sponsored violence is becoming known. It is now time for a comprehensive investigation into the death toll of British collusion on our island.
Oppose Amnesty for British Crimes:
The illegal Tory Amnesty would contravene Britain’s obligations the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), the Good Friday Agreement and the Stormont House Agreement. Every legal, legislative and diplomatic avenue must be exhausted to stop this Amnesty coming into place. If the Irish government fail in doing this, we in Aontú through our members will do all we can to bring a Judicial Review to prevent any British Amnesty legislation coming into effect.