NEWS: Twitter campaign to highlight the victims of Sinn Fein/IRA goes viral 

A co-ordinated twitter campaign by IRA victims led to the hash tag #ItWasntAWar going viral on Saturday. 

During former IRA leader Gerry Adams’ Sinn Fein address, thousands of tweets went out listing names of IRA victims with a special emphasis on women and children that have been murdered by the republican movement under the control of Adams and many of those who remain prominent Sinn Fein leaders. 

During the conference Mary Lou McDonald expressed her pride at the brutal terrorist campaign of the IRA and Sinn Fein MLA Elisha McCallion remembered Martin McGuinness as a ‘proud’ member of the IRA. 

Victims took to social media to provide a voice for those murdered at the hands of the IRA, and remind the general public of the bloody past that lurks beneath the carefully crafted image of Sinn Fein, who now swan the world stage as peace makers. 


Among those remembered were young Mary Travers, 11 year old Leanne Murray, 3 year old Jonathan Ball and a 6 month old baby murdered by the IRA in Germany, Nivruti Mahesh Islania. 

During the Sinn Fein conference Declan Kearney posed beside a Relatives for Justice quilt that claimed to remember victims. It is believed that not one single victim of the IRA was included on the quilt. Instead, in sickening fashion Sinn Fein view victims of the IRA as collateral damage as part of their ‘struggle’. 

The twitter takeover of the Sinn Fein/IRA terrorfest on Saturday night is believed to be the first stage of a campaign to ensure that the true history of the republican movement is accurately reflected across the international and local media. 

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