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Was the British government involved in a conspiracy concerning Bloody Sunday?

  • Lowlands of Scotland are mostly to blame

    England was not the one that built the British Empire. It was the Lowlands of Scotland that started the whole Troubles. England (mostly southerners) came to Ireland's aid many times. So did voulenteers from the Highlands of Scotland. So if we are to blame someone, it's the Lowlands of Scotland.

  • It was a tragedy.

    No, the British government was not involved in a conspiracy concerning Bloody Sunday, because it was a tragic occurrence where there were multiple people to blame. There were soldiers who overstepped their bounds, and trespassers who committed crimes, however, there is no evidence of a systemic conspiracy concerning Bloody Sunday.

  • British Government Bloody Sunday

    I personally think that the British government Bloody Sunday was a horrible incident that happened in 1972 in which numerous Irish protesters were shot by the British army. The deaths happened in the heat of the moment during engagements between protesters and the British soldiers. The British government held several investigations, all of which determined that the soldiers behaved inappropriately which I personally think that it affected the British government.

  • There was no conspiracy.

    the British government definitely wasn't involved in a conspiracy concerning Bloody Sunday. The proponents of this supposed conspiracy are just as whacky as the ones you see talking about chemtrails and lizard humanoids from anoher planet controlling governments. It's silly, and not even worth the discussion, in my opinion. Bigger fish.

  • No they weren't.

    The British government was not involved in a conspiracy concerning the Bloody Sunday. I do not think that governments are generally involved in these type of conspiracy's. I also think that a government that big and well known would not be able to get away with things such as this.

  • No, there is no evidence that the British government was involved.

    Bloody Sunday was a horrible incident that happened in 1972 in which numerous Irish protesters were shot by the British army. The deaths happened in the heat of the moment during engagements between protesters and the British soldiers. The British government held several investigations, all of which determined that the soldiers behaved inappropriately. The British government has apologized.


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