British security forces

The single-most deadly terror attack on Irish soil took place on May 17, 1973. Four car bombs placed across the cities of Dublin and Monaghan and over the border into the Irish Free State exploded, killing 34 and injuring hundreds more. This attack, and many more like it, supposedly flew under the radar of British “Security Forces” sent to the north of Ireland to deal with paramilitarism. However, it flew under the radar, not by chance, but by design.

Lies, cover-up, collusion, shoot to kill and state murder are britain's story in Ireland. Join us as we rally to call for an end to the continous cover-up of british state murder and collusion in the north of Ireland.

August 17th, Saturday, 2pm @ State Library, Melbourne, Victoria.
 

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