“Our task is to mobilize support at home and internationally..”

The International Representative for west Belfast, Gerry Adams, MP, MLA, has released more details of his World Tour. He’ll be appearing, for one night only, at the Hilton Hotel in New York on June 13th. Support by, amongst others, the Ancient Order of Hibernians – “United Ireland – How do we get there” [Well, I wouldn’t start from here.. – Ed] Indeed.

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  • Rory Carr

    I suppose you’ve already booked your flight to New York for the big night, Pete.

  • Pete Baker

    Sadly, Rory, my expenses wouldn’t cover the trip.

  • Maybe he could tell the Hibernians to stop being so homophobic and allow the poofters on their St. Patrick’s Day parade in New York. If they want to be Irish, they can live up to civilised Irish norms.

  • will this be on the Simpsons???

  • Padraig

    [b]they can live up to civilised Irish norms. [/b]

    I see. Its your road or the high road. Funny old thing being ‘civilised’.,

  • Would that be the Provisional as distinct from the Real or Continuity Representative?

  • dunreavynomore

    Methinks Gerry has plenty to do at home. Take Mr Gibney’s piece in today’s Irish News where it’s ‘the Nationalist electorate’, ‘nationalist gains’, ‘the nationalist vote’ and ‘Nationalists’ while the single lonely reference to republicans is in ‘republican dissidents’. Fairly clear what has happened to republicanism within Sinn Féin, it has become a dirty word.
    I was talking to an old friend last night and he said that in South Armagh it was now only ‘smuggleism’ that the erstwhile provisionals believed in.

  • susan

    Anyone in NYC for the 13th would be foolish not to walk across the street from the Hilton to hear Machel Montano at Radio City Music Hall. It’ll be therapeutic after an afternoon of Hibernians.

  • eranu

    “United Ireland – How do we get there”

    atleast they have a plan! 🙂

  • John O’Connell

    The International Representative for west Belfast

    The most significant challenge to Jesus Christ ever – in his own mind.

    Gerry Adams fulfilled another prophecy during the run-up to the 2007 Assembly election campaign in the North of Ireland. This involved him requesting the use of Clonard Monastery (Roman Catholic) church in West Belfast for a political meeting discussing his party’s policy. He still believed that armed struggle was a legitimate means of resolving differences.

    When Gerry Adams took to the altar of Clonard monastery while his beliefs were in conflict with Christ’s teaching, he was proclaiming himself to be wiser than God and better than Jesus Christ. He was in logic proclaiming himself to be God.

    “[The man of lawlessness or the Antichrist] will oppose and will exalt himself over everything that is called God or is worshipped, so that he sets himself up in God’s temple, proclaiming himself to be God.” (2 Thes 2:3-4)

  • Padraig

    Gerry Adams the anti Christ.

    Wow

  • Pete Baker

    Padraig

    Don’t go there.

    John

    Please don’t derail yet another thread.

    All

    Let’s try to keep to the actual topic.

  • Pete Baker

    Susan

    “Machel Montano at Radio City Music Hall.”

    Now that my expenses might cover. ;o)

  • granni trixie

    I heard that GA has a flat in Manhatton where he spends a lot of time. Anyone know if this is true? (if so get me an industrial wage).

  • John O’Connell

    Pete

    I think you killed the thread off all by yourself.

  • circles

    John – on Pete’s threads its his road or the high road (to quote Padraig). So none of your anti-christ / SF genetic superman nonsense here please.
    Oh and don’t try and talk about anything else pete might not like as he might not like it.

  • caoimhin

    John
    Please carry on, lol. I think we can sacrifice this thread to hear your ah ‘theories’.

  • John O’Connell

    Caoimhin

    Here’s something to be getting on with. Gerry’s calculation:-

    http://johnoconnell.org/number_of_the_beast_calculat.htm

    If his name didn’t come at 666, using some reasonable means, then I would not believe that he is the Antichrist. He would simply be to me just another delinquent who leads a very large conspiracy to undermine Ireland.

    Second of all, due to another pertinent coincidence his name contains “Adam”, the name of the first man, and from a theological point of view, this adds much to the basis of him being the Antichrist. Adam coincidentally means ‘man’ in Hebrew, and the number of the beast is specifically described as “man’s number” (Rev 13:18).

  • Padraig

    Wow. I must show him this the next time I see him.

    He will be curious; do you really believe this or are you being ironic?

    What fun!!

  • circles

    Oh don’t Padraig, seriously. Not only is Adams the Anti-christ, John himself is the second coming – its all there in his link.
    I think he doesn’t mention the scond coming much as pople might think he’s a wee bit unhinged…
    *sigh*

  • John O’Connell

    Padraig

    You ignoirance amazes me. Obviously no Bible in your house then. But you must have watched the Omen and Damian films.

    It really amazes me to think that any Sinn Fein person does not realize that their philosophy is Antichristian. What were all the deaths about – Loving one another.

    It is a widely accepted fact that Gerry is the Antichrist and my books are of interest to the Catholic Church. See http://www.derryjournal.com/journal/O39Connell-publishes-12th-book-Theologian.5093618.jp

    Circles

    Believing in an eye for an eye is unhinged. Believing that you’re the second coming when you are is reality.

  • John O’Connell

    By the way, Padraig, Gerry Adams has been aware of my 666 equation since I told his members in Galway in 1986. You might have noticed the complete surrender of his philosophical basis in the intervening years.

  • Padraig

    [b]’the complete surrender of his philosophical basis in the intervening years. ‘[/b]

    You’ve lost me, John?

  • Padraig

    It must have been quite a shock to Gerry to find out that he is Satan’s son. But then I HAVE noticed the birds in the Falls Park fluttering oddly when he stamps past,
    hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

  • John O’Connell

    Padraig

    You’ve lost me, John?

    If you really want to know the philosophical basis of Sinn Fein is an eye for an eye. There’s no point in being Sinn Fein if not for that in a political sense. It is Old Testament theology in other words.

    The basis of the SDLP philosophy is do onto others as you would have them do to you. It is New Testament.

    In 23 years Sinn Fein have attempted to transform itself into the SDLP. They haven’t succeeded and they won’t but they tried. That means that the philosphical basis of Sinn Fein has collapsed. People think they’re voting SDLP when they’re voting from a party that is afraid of showing its true colours. Sinn Fein as a force have been defeated but the voting has yet to reflect that, but it will in time.

  • Padraig

    Actually the philosophical basis of Republicanism is a run off from Radical thought from the late 18th century, stuff like, ‘The Rights of Man’.

    Though its true that many Tories thought it Satanic at the time. Still its secularist bent is at the constitutional core of many modern nations such as France , the USA and Turkey.

    I am not sure how this secularist world view would be sunk by Gerry being Satan’s wee lad.

  • John O’Connell

    Padraig

    Is that why they call themselves Sinn Fein – The rights of man, I don’t think so?

    I think you’ll find that they really are only defining themselves as the new Israel, in the OLd Testament sense. It is simply a rightwing agenda of extreme patriotism and warring to establish nationhood. It’s all collapsed now but that is what they stood for.

  • The secularist bent seems to have passed Adams and his cohort by.

  • Padraig

    They’re basically Old Labour with gunsmoke.

  • Padraig

    In either case then if Gerry is Satan’s boy, who was his mummy…..and what about the rest of the SF crew do they comprise some kind of Coven?

    The plot thickens