DUP Should Shun Sinn Fein/IRA’s Erse Arrogance!

Amidst all the hoo-ha about the DUP, it’s important to remember that, while they’re anti-Brexit, and have done a fair job of preventing the degradation of marriage in Ulster, they are not beyond criticism.

They long co-habited with the Sinn Fein/IRA treason party,  and although that collaboration has broken down  for now, the DUP could well go back to working with republican scumbags…


….like Corbyn’s pal, Bloodbeast Adams.


My own preference in party political terms ‘across the water’ has always been TUV, and their leader, Jim Alister, has issued a reminder of one current concern…



…the DUP’s seeming unreadiness to slap down Sinn Fein/IRA’s arrogant demand that the Erse (Irish-Gaelic) language be given a status which the tiny number of native speakers in no way justifies.

“An Irish language act enshrined in law would be a “vehicle to hollow out our Britishness…”

The TUV leader described the prospect of granting official status to Irish as a “kamikaze course” for the DUP and said it was time for “far thinking unionists in that party to take a stand on this pivotal issue.”

Jim went on to point out that not only is the proposal wrong in principle but  “unnecessary and foolhardy on financial grounds,” as well as expressing fears it would “turn the public service and its jobs into a cold house for unionists.”  http://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/irish-language-act-a-vehicle-to-hollow-out-our-britishness-allister-

Indeed it would!

What would be a much better idea, and one that the DUP should have included in their deal with Theresa May, would be a requirement for all public servants, both local and national, across the whole of British Ulster…



…to take an oath of allegiance to HM The Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.