We are reassured, of course, that the IRA's intentions are sincere, that there is nothing to fear, no hidden agenda. That's what Gerry Adams tells us, John Hume tells us, and Albert Reynolds tells us. Yet, paradoxically, it is these men, in conjunction with the Irish-American lobby in Washington, who are the heart of the problem. Their fine words can never hide the fact that the 'peace process' is nationalist agenda for a Catholic-dominated, 32- county united Ireland with no room for the Unionist tradition. Their attentions have always been apparent, but never before has their strategy been so closely entwined as it is today, creating the pan-nationalist front which bears down on the Unionist population with a gun against its head.
Gilford, Co Armagh
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