Mr Charles Flanagan, TD
Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
80 St Stephen’s Green
Dear Minister Flanagan
Although I’d liked to thank you for your forthright condemnation of yesterday’s incineration of busloads of Shia children by the Syrian rebels disgraced Irish NGOs and maverick NATO powers wholeheartedly support, I would like to draw your attention to the very biased nature of the Sunday Independent’s report which carried your statement but which otherwise used statements and photos from terrorist sources, including from the self-styled the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (a one-man pro-rebel fanatic operating from Coventry) and Civil Defence (which runs the notorious White Helmets death squads) and which disgustingly implied the rebel perpetrators suffered as much as the incinerated children. These sociopaths the Sunday Independent uses as credible sources are at the heart of the Syrian Crisis. They belong in jail, not in Irish newspapers.
Although we will be returning in October to government-held Syria with financial and other aid for the (Shia) women and children of Foua and Kefraya, as well as other distressed and destitute women and children in government-held Syria, we are not presently asking you for any funds, but are instead asking you to cease, with immediate effect, funding GOAL and any and every other Irish NGO that has any financial or other involvement with these child killers and to launch criminal investigations into their activities and those of the “radical socialists” and others who regularly attack, with impunity it seems, the Russian Embassy, and who have Ireland’s minority Muslim groups (Shia, Alawi, Ismaeil, Ahmadiya etc) living in perpetual fear.
We are also working to bring authentic secular Syrian voices to Ireland through the Foreign Affairs Committee or any similar group and I would like to thank your colleague, Minister Richard Bruton TD for his representations when we brought Syria’s Muslim and Christians leaders here last November. We are now trying to bring groups of secular women – Druze, Christian, Shia and Sunni, the type of normal, professional women these sociopathic rebels love to rape, organ harvest and kill – but we are facing much resistance from those small minority of Irish politicians who champion the baby killers.
I would like to thank you for your former support which allowed us, with the representations of Deputy Clare Daly and Senator David Norris to get Gafar Azouz back from a Turkish orphanage to his grandmother in Damascus, where he remains traumatised but safe. We are now again asking you for help in bringing Syrian-based women to Ireland to give witness and to get members of Fine Gael and any other mainstream party to join us in Syria at Halloween and/or at Christmas to see for themselves what Ireland’s policies are inflicting not only on baby Gafar Azouz and the children of Foua and Kefraya but on all of Syria’s children who are the true heroes of this demonic war against their homeland.
In conclusion, I would like to wish you and your family a happy Easter. Although I don’t know if Christ has risen, I do know that every devil in hell has been sent to Syria and that each and every one of those demons must be neutered, in Ireland as well as in Syria. I look forward to working with you and with all people of good will in that respect.
Dr Declan Hayes
Mr Brendan Smith, Chair,
Mr Noel Murphy, Clerk
Foreign Affairs Committee of the Joint Houses of the Oireachtas
Dear Deputy Smith and Mr Murphy
Given today’s latest atrocity by the White Helmets murder gang where these “humanitarians” murdered over 100 sick and/or elderly Shia women and children being evacuated from Foua and Kefraya, I would again repeat my request to you to allow the secular Syrian women I have organised based in the Syrian Arab Republic put their case and the case of all Syrian-based secularists to you and to the more balanced members of your Committee. I would ask you to do this in a formal meeting not only as a humanitarian act but to also counter balance the platform your Committee have given the perpetrators and supporters of this vile act.
When we return to Syria in October, we will, inter alia, be giving a significant donation to the relief of the surviving children and women of those two villages, who have been bombed and besieged for four years now by the White Helmets and allied terrorist groups and who have received not one solitary penny from GOAL, the controversial Irish NGO, which pumps tens of millions of dollars into Idlib, the Syrian caliphate which, a few besieged outposts like Foua and Kegraya apart, is totally controlled by the armed sociopaths who committed this act and with whom, it appears, GOAL is all too happy to collaborate.
The situation in Syria and beyond is, as you know, spiralling out of control, due in no small part due to the efforts of those who are slaughtering vulnerable minorities not only in Syria but also in Egypt, Yemen and Libya where sub-Saharan Africans are now routinely sold at slave auctions. Although the role our army has played has been exemplary, the role of GOAL and other Irish groups and individuals must be examined with a view to criminal prosecution for complicity in these war crimes.
Although lobbying local TDs, sympathetic members of your Committee, making donations and so on is all well and good, very much more has to be done to stop these Arab equivalents of the Shankill Butchers and their fellow travellers, far too many of whom live in Ireland. Your Committee could help a lot by agreeing to see, say in late November or early December, the secular Syrian-based Druze, Shia, Christian and Sunni Syrian women, who have volunteered to come to Ireland at their expense (and mine). Though it is bad enough these people are being exterminated, we must not abandon yet more of them to this grisly fate. I look forward to your reply when you return after the Easter break.