P.M. Recognises Ulster’s Rights – Murder-Gangster Rages!

Interesting to hear Martin McGuinness still raving against Brexit  –

“We refuse to be dragged from Europe!”   https://euobserver.com/tickers/135339

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  • McGuinness’s republican murder gang has plenty of experience in ‘dragging’ – dragging innocent people from their homes and vehicles at dead of night, to maim and murder them in typical terrorist fashion.


The gunmen, who were hiding in hedges, ordered the workers to leave the van and then questioned them about their religion. After allowing the Catholic worker to flee, the IRA unit then opened fire on the Protestant workers. 

Man arrested over 1976 Kingsmills murders

But perhaps his outburst was provoked because he, like many people who loathe him and his evil cause, read carefully what the Prime Minister said at the Conservative Party Conference.


Mural, Shankill Parade, off Shankill Road.

  • “I will never allow divisive nationalists to undermine the precious union between the four nations of our United Kingdom.”

Theresa May used those welcome words at the weekend when speaking about her Brexit strategy.

This clear recognition that Ulster is NOT part of some mythical ‘Irish’ nation, that Ulster is every bit a nation in its own right, thus entitled to self-determination, is great to hear, not least because it underlines what we have always said…

The Somme, The On-Going Threat…and A Dominion of Ulster? 

 …that if, in years to come, that nation finds itself a minority within its current borders, that would be no excuse for handing over Ulster for annexation by its expansionist enemies in Dublin.

If there’s a demographic problem, it must be solved by redrawing the frontier – repartition – to ensure that, within a smaller territory, the Ulster people still have their own homeland!  

This is no new idea!



And Mrs. May should use those words again, next time some yapping traitor cur from the Sinn Fein/IRA pack –  or their SDLP running dogs at Stormont  – seeks to undermine Ulster people’s rights as equal citizens within the UK.

Plenty of examples – think of the vehicle license plates affront.

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When Union Flags were authorised for the plates, the then Transport Minister, Clare Perry, said: “People in this country rightly take pride in our national flag which is why I am delighted it will now be displayed on British driving licences.”

But she took no action on the exclusion from this right of British patriots in Ulster, who were denied equal rights because of “particular sensitivities surrounding [national] symbols” 


In other words, pandering yet again to disloyal vermin whose allegiance is to a foreign flag in an alien republic.