At 06:04 PM 2/13/96 EST, Carl Sprake wrote:
>On 13/2 UC Collins wrote:
>> perhaps most of the blame - should be
>>laid on the Brits.
>Now, while I would not under any circumstance want to provoke any sort of
>increase in tension, it seems that the Brits were right to push for de
>commisioning of weapons. This would have indicated a true committment by
>and Sinn Fein to the peace process. While the IRA retained its weapons
>always the potential, as we saw last Friday, that there could be a new wave of
>Normally, I wouldn't get involved in this sort of debate. However, I think that
>saying the Brits were partly to blame is a bit much.
I couldn't agree more with you regarding the decommisioning of weapons.
Except for the fact that not only the IRA should surrender their weapons but
the unionists too.
How could an armed group be expected to surrender with their ennemies still
keeping their guns ?
It can exist only on a reciprocity basis.
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