Monday, May 29, 2006

Martin McGuinness of MI6

People who have worked for the security services (CIA, Mossad, MI6 etc) may include:

Martin McGuinness of the IRA

Osama bin Laden

The 1980 Bologna bombers

and most of the brains behind most terror events in recent decades.


Martin Ingram, a former British spy, unmasked the IRA's Freddie Scappaticci as a British spy two years ago.

On 28 May 2006, The Sunday World, a Dublin newspaper, quoted Martin Ingram, the pseudonym of a former member of the British Army’s Force Research Unit as saying: “McGuinness was working for MI6.”

Martin McGuinness is Sinn Fein’s chief negotiator and a former Provisional IRA chief-of-staff.

The newspaper's story is based on an alleged conversation between an MI6 spy and an agent known as “J118”. The conversation was about an imminent Provisional IRA attack. The MI6 agent encouraged his handler to “push this along as quickly as possible”. Six people died in the attack.

Mr Ingram told the Sunday World: “It has been confirmed to me that J118 is Martin McGuinness. The most significant thing for me . . . is the fact that McGuinness’s handler is the driving force behind the human bomb campaign.”

In April 2006, Denis Donaldson, a senior Sinn Fein member and convicted IRA bomber, was murdered in Co Donegal after admitting last year that he had worked as a spy for British Intelligence and Special Branch for more than 20 years.

(Sources include: McGuinness was agent for MI6, former officer claims )

The Sunday World recently had an interesting story about Paul Berry of the anti-Gay Democratic Unionist Party in Northern ireland.

On 1 May 2005, the Sunday World claimed that Berry had been caught in a sting operation by the newspaper when he met a male masseur in a room booked under a false name in a Belfast hotel.

According to the paper, Berry asked the man upon meeting him: "I hope you're a Prod?" (Protestant)

The DUP campaigned in the 1970s and 1980s to stop the decriminalisation of homosexuality in Northern Ireland, campaigning under the slogan "Save Ulster from Sodomy".

Berry continues to sing Gospel professionally, and has released three compilations.


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