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Collusion October 11, 2019

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It will be interesting if there’s any political ramifications from the fifth episode of the BBC Spotlight – A Secret History. Some of what has been revealed about Ulster Resistance added to what was already known about the relationships between that organisation and political unionism. The broad extent of collusion between the British military and intelligence and all these elements has long been understood but this episode in particular underscored the reality of this – and I’d suspect in such a way as to perhaps bring it home to people who either did not believe or not quite grasp that extent. The manner in which paper trails or ‘work product’ were removed by security services time and again is not surprising, but the overt manner in which it was done was telling.

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1. benmadigan - October 12, 2019
WorldbyStorm - October 12, 2019

Thanks a million Ben caught ep 5 during week v v interesting if not as new as they thought

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WorldbyStorm - October 12, 2019

Btw CLR meet looking like 5 nov – would that suit?

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benmadigan - October 12, 2019

unfortunately not but the Night of the Gunpowder Plot is a nice date for lefties too stubborn to quit!

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WorldbyStorm - October 12, 2019

Argggghhhh. Would you be around for lunch or a cup of tea that month?

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benmadigan - October 12, 2019

None of it is as new as they think. but it’s very hard watching at times for people who lived through it

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WorldbyStorm - October 12, 2019

+1. I know exactly what you mean!

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