What Happens If The Sons Of Anarchy Go To War With The IRA?

Sons Of Anarchy Salvage Who else was absolutely blown away by last week's Sons of Anarchy episode? (Pun intended.) If you aren€™t up to date on your Sons then beware, SPOILERS AHEAD. We all know The IRA is capable of violence, but last week€™s episode took it to a new level. Blowing up SAMCRO€™s clubhouse? This means war. Sutter is setting up this season for an all out bloodbath between the two groups, and frankly it€™s about time. We haven€™t actually seen the Sons in a serious war with anyone so far. There have been battles sure, and there have been major wars in the past that have been eluded to (we€™re looking at you Mayans) but we have yet to witness a full blown war. It€™s really one of the only things left that we haven€™t seen Jax€™s crew involved in. After 5 seasons, the wait is over. The Sons are going to war with the IRA, there€™s no doubt about it. Here is what is going to happen when it all kicks off: 1) We€™re going to see the biggest group of Son€™s crew members ever. Something this big is going to draw in every member from every chapter across the country into Southern California. We could possibly even see members from outside the country, since we know that they exist. Remember Half-Sacks funeral? Imagine that but tenfold. They€™ll need every soldier available if they want to survive. While we€™re on that note... 2) Bobby will come back to SAMCRO. He may not like the way that Jax has been doing business, but he isn€™t so sick of his former president that he€™ll turn his back on his former brothers. Bobby still has love for every man who sat around that table, he won€™t just sit by and watch from the sidelines. 3) SAMCRO will recruit multiple allies, most notably Pope Industries. Jax can easily convince Marks that he didn€™t get the gun running deal because the Kings are racists, and recruit him to the front lines. Having their warehouse blown up was almost as insulting to Marks€™ crew as it was to Jax€™s. Pope Industries is already a valued partner, and this is just another way for the two to solidify their partnership. The Byz Lats will definitely come the Sons€™ aid, their numbers aren€™t many but Nero won€™t just stand by while his business partners go to war. We could also see the return of some other allies from the past, possibly the Lin Triad? The Sons helped them get some turf back from the Mayans, and the Triad could possibly return the favor. 4) Tiggy won€™t make it to Season 7. This is something that we all know is coming. A few episodes back Jax offered Tiggy up to Marks, but Marks let him live. It was a test of faith, one Jax passed. This time around however, Tiggy won€™t make it out alive. When Marks agrees to help SAMCRO take down the IRA, one of his stipulations is that Tiggy is definitely getting put six feet under, no exceptions. If Trager had any chance of living before, it€™s all gone now. 5) Ireland Trip 2.0. There is absolutely no way that Jax is going to sit still after having been hit so hard at home field. The MC is definitely going to Ireland again, this time a little bit wiser. With their previous visit came knowledge of how things run in SAMBEL€™s neighborhood, so they know where to step and how to hit the Irish Kings where it will hurt the most. 6) Jax is going to kill Clay. Last week€™s episode revealed that Clay€™s incarceration will soon become a thing of the past. The IRA intend to spring him and set him up in Belfast as the leader of a new crew, specializing in running guns to the United States. When SAMCRO makes their move across the Atlantic, you better bet that there will be a showdown between the two, and Jax is going to put a slug (hopefully multiple) through the old man€™s skull. This is an inevitability, even if nothing else on this list happens, Clay Morrow will see his demise at the hands of Jax Teller. This season is already off to a great start, and it can only get better from here. This is the event that the show has been building up to for years. Jax wants out of guns, and the Sons of Anarchy will get out of guns alright, dead or alive. There€™s so much to think about it€™s practically unbearable. If you need me, I€™ll be in front of my TV, impatiently awaiting next week€™s episode.
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