This section of the site is still under development. It is intended to
discuss the various terrorist groups, particularly the loyalist groups but also
the republican groups, their reasoning, ideology and political objectives. I
must state now unequivocally that I condemn ALL violence, bigotry and sectarianism
and this section of the site in no way endorses paramilitaries / terrorists,
bigotry, sectarianism or hatred. In fact it is intended to help bring about a
change in Irish / Ulster politics and leave such nonsense in the past where it
belongs. Below are a few links to anti-terrorist sites and
anaylisis of terrorism sites.
|| The Police Service of Northern Irelnad (formerly the Royal Ulster Constabulary).
|| The U.S.A`s Federal Bureau of Investigation.
|| CAIN Northern Ireland Conflict, Politics, & Society. Information on 'the troubles'.
|| INitiative on COnflict Resolution and Ethnicity.
|| Northern Ireland Social and Political Archive.
|| Northern Ireland Life and Times.
|| Online Research Bank.
|| The International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism.
|| Federal Emergency Management Agency - Terrorist Factsheet.
|| Federation of American Scientists .
|| ERRI Counter-Terrorism Archive .
|| CDI Terrorism Project .
|| The U.S.A`s Central Intelligence Agency .
WARNING - Paramilitary Groups - WARNING
Below are links to my pages for the various paramilitary groups - particularly focusing on the loyalist groupings.
I hope to include full histories of each group along with articles, political analysis, pictures and perhaps some links.
This is the more unsavoury side of loyalism and republicanism. There are good points and bad points but I cannot stress enough that I condemn sectarianism, violence, discrimination and hatred of any kind. This site fully supports the war on ALL terrorism.
As stated on the front page, this site is against censorship, so please be aware that this section is warts and all and MAY OR MAY NOT CONTAIN UNSUITABLE CONTENT for children, the easily offended or easily disturbed.
|The Ulster Volunteer Force
||Analysis of the UVF - Ulsters 36th Division which lost 10,000 men at the battle of the Somme in World War 1.