BY JOHN FEEHERY
Reprinted from TheFeeheryTheory.com
It was the handshake heard around the world.
Martin McGuinness, the former commander of the IRA, and Queen Elizabeth II, the current Monarch of Great Britain – which at the moment includes Northern Ireland, shook hands in Belfast.
The IRA killed the Queen’s Cousin, Lord Mountbatten, it has duly noted, making this handshake theoretically difficult for Elizabeth. Of course, the Queen’s people have killed hundreds, if not thousands, of Marty’s colleagues, and hunted him down for a couple of decades.
McGuiness is now the Deputy First Minister of the Northern Irish local government. He has responsibility to help run things, build roads, provide social services, tax and spend, and all of the other chores that come from running a government. Continue reading