Tuesday 13 March 2007

Irish Americans rally to get Gerry out

This ad will appear in the St. Patrick's edition of the Irish Voice, NYC.


McGeough Arrest Politically Motivated
Independent Candidate Gerry McGeough, who ran on an anti-PSNI platform in Fermanagh/Tyrone, was arrested by the RUC the day after the election and is being charged with a political offense he was supposed to have committed 25 years ago. He is being held at the Antrim Interrogation Center.

Throughout the campaign Gerry argued that the RUC/PSNI had inflicted collusion murder torture and perjury in the name of British rule and should not receive the backing or cooperation of any true Irishman or woman. Now the question every Irish Republican and Nationalist should be asking themselves is what has changed with the policing in the north of Ireland? Gerry McGeough, an ex-IPOW, who wants peace in a united Ireland and decided to work within the democratic process by running for office, is a prime example of what the RUC is still all about. It's quite clear, by the politically motivated arrest of Gerry McGeough, that any republican not following British "party line" will now be, once again, subjected to intimidation tactics, arrest and maybe even torture by the RUC/PSNI. The backing of the RUC/PSNI was a mistake and Gerry's arrest on a fabricated 1981 charge proves he was right that the RUC/PSNI is determined to do away with anyone who opposes and speaks out against them.
*A campaign website by Gerry's Stateside supporters will be launched this weekend.


Contact Helen McClafferty for details (201) 372-0333

"No comment" - Her "Majesty" vs. Gerry McGeough

And why would he have any comment for a British kangaroo court?

For those who didn't hear, the "Good Friday Agreement" notwithstanding, Gerry was charged in an Enniskillen court today with trumped-up charges of attempted murder, conspiracy to murder and firearms possession. To each of the charges Gerry replied "no comment", words and events which should bring shame on the compromised leadership of Provisional Sinn Féin, who continue to sell the "civic policing" lie to the Republican grassroots.

The bones of the story may be read here, but elsewhere, the resistance is building, and your prayers for Gerry, Maria, their three children and all Irish Republican prisoners are sorely needed...

Sunday 11 March 2007

RUC/PSNI given more time for interrogation

The RUC/PSNI/MI5 has been given more time by the British "authorities" in the Six Counties to question Gerry in relation to an alleged incident in 1981, after their initial attempts to extract co-operation proved unsuccessful.

British security forces in Antrim were granted an internment extension by the occupation courts on Saturday evening, allowing them to hold Gerry for another 48 hours, and proceed with invasive interrogation measures. So much for the "Good Friday Agreement".

All of our thoughts and prayers are with Gerry's wife, Maria and their three children during this trying time.

This is yet another example of undiluted political policing, the days of which Provisional Sinn Féin's leadership told voters, prior to the recent election, were long gone. Now, the PSF supremos have either been proven catastrophically wrong, or outed as bare-faced liars.

Gerry's supporters have looked for signs from the PSF leadership that they will turn away from their decision to embrace British policing in the Six Counties, in light of recent developments. But such signs have not materialised.

The RUC/PSNI/MI5 - despite the promises of Messrs. Adams and McGuinness - was never intended to be an apolitical force, as it is one of many important weapons employed in destroying the dream of a united Ireland, and maintaining London's grip on this island.

It's now been proven that grassroots Republicans were conned into accepting this arrangement. Provisional Sinn Féin has negotiated itself into a cul-de-sac, forced to bow and courtsey to the DUP in a British assembly. Meanwhile, the man who was most vocal in standing up to these suicidal policies has been locked up by Ulster's so-called "civic police", before he could even survey the results of Wednesday's election.

The help of genuine Republicans and Irish patriots in the 32 Counties, as well as in the United States and further afield, is needed more than ever. There are many people you can contact to condemn the arrest and internment of Gerry, including the Office of the Ombudsman, Nuala O'Loan; the British Ambassadors in both the 26 Counties and the United States; the Department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin; or even the interrogation centre at Antrim RUC/PSNI station itself. Supporters in the U.S. should contact 937-418-1478 to offer their support.

You may listen to the latest broadcast of Radio Free Éireann here, where John McDonagh and Sandy Boyer talked to Gerry's election agent, Joe McNulty, and discussed ways of getting the word out in support of Ireland's latest political prisoner.

Saturday 10 March 2007

Internment of Gerry McGeough demands that Sinn Féin come clean on policing

Gerry McGeough remains in custody after his initial arrest on Thursday, March 8, where it is presumed that he is under intense interrogation. Through all available information presented, it is believed that Mr. McGeough’s legal representation is close by to prevent any affliction or misrepresentation of statements made under duress.

The forty-eight hour time lapse since his arrest will ensure that Mr. McGeough cannot complain or demand a recount of the election votes. At this point, it is probable that his detention will be prolonged continuously until all ballots are successfully lost.

Members of the Sinn Féin Party, whom represent Mr. McGeough’s opposition in the race, appear in the media that they are concerned about his illegal detention. However, his candidacy was obviously not going to displace any Unionist votes given his political, social, and religious ethos, but his candidacy was going to displace Sinn Féin votes given those same aforesaid attributes. Therefore, it is illogical to believe that the outspoken Sinn Féin members actually want him released, but it is logical to believe that they’re covering up for their suspected and probable contribution towards this arrest. We will keep you informed as events progress concerning Mr. McGeough.

Please remember Mr. McGeough and his family in your prayers.

Radio Free Éireann update (download)

Friday 9 March 2007

Hibernian Magazine statement on Gerry's incarceration

* Today our editor was arrested on trumped up false charges to prevent further truth from being published.
* This very sad news was a shock but we can all imagine it was not unexpected.
* For details of the false accusations you can link to BBC News etc. and read the ridiculous explanations of arresting the ONLY CATHOLIC CANDIDATE who opposed the Masonic world. (Ulster Unionists and the infiltrated Sinn Fein party)http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/n...nd/6432381.stm
* It does not take a brilliant mind to understand that the so called "Northern Ireland Peace" is reserved for those who have surrendered to the Masonic overlord from London.
* Obviously, Gerry McGeough. in clear vision and full view presented his concept of The Kingship of Christ.
* Recent disclosures from Germany have revealed that his previous arrest many years ago was all planned by the German government.
* Please remember Gerry and his family in your daily Rosaries.
* We must continue the work for the return of Christianity to Ireland and the world.
* We hope and fully intend to keep all our readers informed through our publication and web site.
* Hopefully our website will not suffer the same fate as our editor.

Later today, a second update statement was issued:

Currently we have no new information regarding Gerry McGeough. He is still being questioned at Antrim PSNI station. We will update our site as soon as possible. Please continue to pray for Gerry and his family during this time. With prayer let us call down upon the county of Ireland and the entire World the peace of God in justice and charity. St. Michael The Archangel, please pray for us!


British policing shows its true face on election day...

Thanks to a concerned supporter who came up with this in light of today's events. Click to enlarge:

Monday 5 March 2007

Radio Free Éireann interview

Once again, Gerry was a guest of John MacDonagh and Sandy Boyer on New York-based Radio Free Éireann, while canvassing in Lisnaskea. The interview may be downloaded here.

Wednesday 21 February 2007

Slugger Radio feature

Tonight, Gerry - one of the election's most interviewed candidates! - featured on Slugger Radio and spoke to well known blogger Mick Fealty about his chances in the forthcoming election. You can listen to the podcast here.

The election is now less than a fortnight away, and as the time comes closer, you'll be hearing a lot more from Gerry on the airwaves. Watch out for a campaign video in the coming week, and listen out for more interviews.

Update: Also, check out this interview at the United Irelander blog, and watch out for a feature in the March edition of Ireland's Eye magazine.

Monday 19 February 2007

The P.A.'s back in vogue!

The pre-election campaign continued in both Fermanagh and South Tyrone this weekend, as supporters gathered to greet Gerry at Derrylin, Kinawley, Maguiresbridge, Lisnaskea (Fermanagh), Ballygawley and Eglish (Tyrone), among others.

Enthusiasm was high in Eglish in particular, where Gerry, joined by a number of former Sinn Féin members and Irish-American Republican activist, Martin Galvin, addressed supporters using the old-style public address (P.A.) system after weekend Masses.

Much of Saturday was spent speaking to voters in Enniskillen, as a number of other campaign volunteers headed to Maguiresbridge and Lisnaskea to spread the word.

Glancing at the weekend papers, one thing is certain: that the liberal establishment, not to mention the sell-outs in the Sinn Féin leadership and the insatiable bigots in the DUP, are terrified that the people of Fermanagh/South Tyrone have found an uncompromising alternative to those claiming to "represent" their interests.

For the nationalist people of Fermanagh and south Tyrone, the time to make a stand for a united Ireland has come, as those "representing" Republicanism slip into a state of servitude.

Vote Gerry McGeough on March 7th - for representation with principle, and unflinching loyalty to a united Irish Nation. Éirinn go brách!

Sunday 18 February 2007

On the campaign trail

The campaign in Fermanagh/South Tyrone continued today, and I received tremendous support from people on the ground, and in Enniskillen in particular, where voters have continued to express their disgust at Sinn Féin's sell-out.

I also spoke with John McDonagh and Sandy Boyer on New York-based Radio Free Éireann about the forthcoming election. The interview may be downloaded
here when it's posted over the coming days, and another interview which took place in January may be downloaded here.