Ulster Top Cop – Lying, or Grovelling to Sinn Fein?


Newforge Country Club, Belfast.
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This is an an appalling story, but with a happy ending, from Ulster, reported in the Newsletter, 23rd March. I’ve been saving it.
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My readership in the Old Country know very well how the Royal Ulster Constabulary, which bore the brunt of the IRA/ Sinn Fein assault on democracy for decades, was betrayed and sacrificed by UK politicians as part of the Bad Friday deal with the terrorists.
But although the police got a new name, the Police Service of Northern Ireland, the RUC title survived in the RUC Athletic Association until this past month, when a sleazy sell-out bid led by one of the Province’s top cops almost erased that  honourable name.
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Kerr the Cur, Simpering for Sinn Fein

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Now it’s one thing for Will Kerr, Assistant Chief Constable of the PSNI and his cronies, to come out from under their stones and propose a change of name – contemptible, but if they had just said they were doing so because they like to keep in with the enemies of loyal Ulsterfolk, we would be able to handle that.

But Kerr, who regrettably has risen to be  chairman of the RUC AA. actually sent out a lying letter,  ‘claiming the move was necessary to secure Government grants.

And here’s old-fashioned wee me thinkin’ the peelers wiz meant tae be honest!

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Robinson

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Kerr’s terminological inexactitude was quickly exposed for what it was by no less than Northern Ireland’s First Minister Peter Robinson, who ‘rejected the chairman’s claims, saying the funding was not dependent on a name change.’

And when it came to the crunch, the spineless weasels withdrew the motion to change the name.

Kerr felt he had to say something in his defence, but when asked by the Newletter to justify his manoeuvres, he had no more to say on the nonsense about losing grants. Instead he had the nerve to take cover behind HM the Queen, for whom so many RUC heroes gave their lives.
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Having previously blustered that ‘the very future of the association could be in jeopardy if the RUC name remained,  the Cur dropped all that garbage and tried to invoke HM’s words on her visit to Dublin last year, about how there was a need to “bow to the past but not be bound by it”.

Kerr rambled on, how his proposed new name was “a more generic and inclusive title”, that would make the association “more comfortable for all colleagues and friends, officers and staff, past present and future.”

More comfortable for folk like Kerr the Cur and his little careerist clique, that will bend over every which way the political wind blows. Hopefully, the gale of public anger at this craven conspiracy will blow him away.

Sure an’ he’d be guaranteed a job down in Ormeau Road, as a security guard at Sinn Fein’s office.