Sinn Fein has agreed to a historic first meeting with the Queen following a special meeting of the party.
Former IRA leader, Martin McGuinness is due to meet the Queen and shake her hand at a charity event in Belfast next week.
Down the years, Sinn Fein masters distanced themselves from royal visits to Ireland and the Irish Republican Army (IRA) targeted members of the Royal Family.
In 1979, the IRA murdered the Queen's cousin, Lord Mountbatten, while he was visiting the Republic of Ireland.
However, following the Queen's visit to the Irish Republic last May, there has been mounting deliberation that she would meet Sinn Fein.
IRA Political mouthpiece, Gerry Adams portrayed the decision as "good for Ireland" and "the right thing to do at the right time and for the right reasons".
In 2010 Nick Griffin MEP, Chairman of a perfectly legitimate political party was banned from attending a garden party at Buckingham Palace, yet the Queen will meet with former IRA leaders who killed and maimed her subjects on the British mainland for almost 30 years.
Speaking to BNP News, Mr Griffin said "It is just another example of the grotesque anti- British bias of the Powers That Be, that they felt that it was necessary to keep me away from the royal garden party for peacefully articulating the legitimate concerns of many of her most loyal subjects, but acceptable for the Queen to meet with a man responsible for dozens of brutal murders."