A veteran of the Northern Ireland Troubles is crowdfunding to create ‘The Great Betrayal’ a film tha
Alan Barry, an ex Grenadier Guard, who was born in Dublin and is involved with Justice For NI Veterans, which seeks to get justice for Army veterans of the Northern Ireland Troubles
Alan Barry, a Dublin-born Catholic whose parents moved to Birmingham when he was a child, came to Northern Ireland in the late 1980s with the Grenadier Guards and married an Ulster woman. Now he is a leading figure with the Justice for NI Veterans Facebook group, which has over 20,000 security force veterans and their supporters.
“The mainstream media continually refuses to confront Irish republicans about their past,” he said. “This program will not pull any punches, it will go into graphic detail about the true nature of the IRA and the evil acts of violence they committed upon men, women, and children. Sinn Fein/IRA want the past actions of its terror gangs wiped from the history books.
“It is time the truth was told and we move away from the BBC and other media outlets being afraid to show the true and evil actions of the IRA. This program will not pull any punches, it will go into graphic detail about the true nature of the IRA and the evil acts of violence they committed upon men, women, and children."
"The IRA want the past actions of its terror gangs wiped from the history books.The Great Betrayal will expose those who never faced prosecution and escaped justice. We will expose the myth of the words "freedom fighter" and show these cowards for what they really are, terrorist gangsters and thugs."
"We will have interviews with those who have never had justice and we will show how the Blair government sold the security forces out and betrayed the 300,000 veterans who served on Operation Banner.No one wants the truth told, so instead of relying on our spineless media, let`s get the true facts on record and show the public who SF/IRA really are and why this great nation should reject the current one-sided and politically driven witch hunt."
You can support the project here:
Cheques can be made to ‘The Veterans Association’ reference ‘The Great Betrayal’, c/o Nat West Bank, Market place, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 2LY. Direct payments can be made to acc no 37429132 sort code 01-04-57.