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Paul Larkin

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Paisley - The Kettle Calls The Pot Black

Im delighted that the allegedly "former" arch Protestant bigot the Reverend Ian Paisley has announced that one of his main concerns in protesting the Pope's upcoming visit to Scotland and England is the activities of paedophile priests.

This must now mean that he will now tell us all of what he knows about the Kincora boys home in east Belfast, which was run by an “officer" of his Free Presbyterian church - one William McGrath.

With the full knowledge of elements within British Intelligence, and over a period of many years, vulnerable boys who had been placed at the boys home by the authorities were subjected to unspeakable acts of abuse. These acts were carried out by McGrath himself and other staff and also by others who were invited into the home.

William McGrath was encouraged by British Intelligence to set up a bogus Ulster Loyalist group called TARA. ...
... Another aggressively active paedophile closely associated with McGrath and Paisley was John McKeague who went on to found the fiercely anti Catholic Red Hand Commando in 1972. McKeague was a regular visitor to Kincora boys home.

Both  paedophiles were strongly linked to Ian Paisley’s group, not only via their membership of the Free Presbyterian Church but also via their links to Paisley’s Ulster Protestant Volunteers, a paramiltary group which  very few journalists ever bother to ask him about.

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