The continued failure of Stormont is a direct result of the continued violation of Irish sovereignty and the fact remains that it is impossible to serve two opposing positions.
Provisional Sinn Fein’s position has failed the republican agenda and it is now imperative the British Government recognise the failing of such an experiment and move to an Irish solution to an Irish problem by removing their sovereign claim to the 6 occupied counties.
Brexit poses many challenges to the people on this island and the onus is on the Dublin administration to rise to the challenge in upholding the sovereignty of the nation having now recognised the mistake getting rid of the territorial claim in 1998.
The Stormont experiment is over, there is no returning to such failure and the only option is to uphold the sovereign rights of the Irish people.
The election in March is effectively electing candidates to nothing so what is its purpose other than to camouflage the ongoing failure.
The vilified position adopted by the 32 County Sovereignty Movement in 1997/98 is now vindicated and that analysis is proven to be correct.
Exit strategies from the failures are not in themselves solutions, therefore moving forward must ensure the sovereign rights of all Irish citizens are upheld.
There can be no return to devolved or direct rule as both are violations of the rights of the Irish people.
That message must now be the mantra for all who claim to represent and uphold the interests of the Irish people.