To Obama: Why Didn’t the EU Solve the War Crimes in Northern Ireland ?

Here follows an extended version of the letter above to the President of the United States Mr Barack Obama of 22 November 2016. Click on the link for a better view of the letter.

Dear President Obama,

If my memory serves me well, it was you and Secretary of State John Kerry who succeeded the peace negotiations between the Catholics and the Protestants of Northern Ireland in 2014. I mean, it was the United States and not the United Nations, the European Union or the NATO who did it. 

Perhaps It is time for taking the next step.  Like in any conflict, the people who made themselves responsible of intentional crimes during the conflict, will have to face the music. 

 When it comes to the Northern Irish conflict, I am a novice.  However,  I have just discovered that there were outsiders to the conflict in Northern Ireland, as well as to the whole group of British islands, and they have been encouraging the hatred between the two main religions in Northern Ireland.   

An ex-member of the Irish National Liberation Army, spoke to me about the conflict and about the participation of  His Excellency Mr André Azoulay, the advisor to His Majesty the King of Morocco.  He has noticed Mr Azoulay on TV at the COP22 conference in Marrakesh and he remembered meeting him in Belfast in 1976 concerning a proposition for the funding of the armament.   

Allow me to share with you the full interview in which the witness speaks under the nickname Padraig O’Hanlon.  He said that FN in Herstal supplied weapons to the Catholics and to the Protestants.  I wonder if the Protestants were proposed the same funding for buying those weapons from FN as well.

The conflict was a mess from which nobody understood anything.  I kept following the financial elements until I came on track of the people who messed up Northern Ireland.  It became more clear after the assassination of the INLA comrades of Padraig, of which one was shot in Antwerp last week.  

May I suggest to listen to the Interview?   Don’t hesitate to contact me, should you have questions, please.

As the President of the United States I will miss you, just  like I would miss my big brother !  With love to you and your family. 

Yours sincerely,

Naima Mouali

President of the United Chambers