Lingo Largesse -“Don’t Trust DUP!” Ulster’s Jim Speaks Out!
If you’ve ever been across the sea to Ireland…—
…to that part of the island which arrogantly claims the name ‘Republic of Ireland’ for territory which only occupies part of the geographical area which the name ‘Ireland’ covers…
…then you will know that only a minority, quite a small minority, speak Erse in day-to-day life.
Even less so for Northern Ireland – British Ulster.
But the disloyal minority in Ulster, which sees the old language as a tribal totem, has been getting large sums to fund its survival, largesse much larger than that given to Ulster-Scots, the old language of most of the Brits there – including my own ancestors, who dwelt in places like Kilrea, and Holly Hill .
And the largest ‘unionist’ party, the DUP, has been in collaboration with Sinn Fein, the treason party, to facilitate this discriminatory practice.
Even as the undemocratic ‘power-sharing’ deal stumbles towards an unexpected election…
…this linguistic scandal has erupted again, TUV’s excellent Jim Alister has denounced the latest antics on the issue, a DUP sell-out on a previous proposal modestly to trim the Erse-promotion budget, as a “humiliating climb-down.”
- Mr Allister said: “Why was the money not there before Christmas but suddenly available when the DUP are desperate to avoid an election? Did he find it down the back of a boiler?
…“What else will they roll over on after an election to get their jobs back? An Irish Language Act? The Maze? Allowing Sinn Fein/IRA rewrite the past?http://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/tuv-leader-rounds-on-dup-after-humiliating-climb-down-on-irish-language-funding-1-7769403
And if an election is held, we must echo Jim’s next observation.
“The best insurance policy against further moves to appease Sinn Fein/IRA demands is a number one vote for TUV in the election.”