Can Ulster Save Britain – Again?

What has Boris Johnson done  behind those closed doors?

What ‘concessions’ has he made to Britain’s enemies in Brussels?

I’ve never made any secret of my distrust for the man.

He has u-turned often enough…

…and even his recent encouraging statements – for example when he compared bag-heads to letter boxes – were, on inspection…


…flashily appealing verbal gestures designed to distract patriotic audiences from the reality – his disinclination to ACT and ban the offensive, sectarian head-shrouds.

Johnson’s latest ‘deal’ is ipso facto another let-down, since, amid the froth throughout the media, we read everywhere that ‘concessions’ have been made.

That’s what a ‘deal’ means! His alleged hero, Churchill, is a hero to millions precisely because, when faced with a powerful menace to Britain’s freedom…

 …he did no deals!

Churchill scorned ‘concessions’ – known then as appeasement.



Like Hitler’s Third Reich, the EUSSR’s Fourth Reich is as indifferent to fair play as it is to freedom.

It despises democracy, as much as it detests democracy.


The Euro-Commissars may  play with words but, like Britain’s even older enemy in Dublin, their drive to domination was never going to bend.

Johnson’s no fool and must know The Enemy is insatiable.


Consorting with the Enemy long 3

Eire wants Ulster, and the EUSSR is using Eire’s indefensible imperialist ambition to subvert the UK Government’s ostensible negotiation moves.

Johnson will most likely turn on Ulster, if the DUP maintain their initial resistance.

He will blame the most British of the British for quibbling which he will claim prevents him enacting the British people’s will.

Not so.

As a May Mark II sell-out looms, we need to hark back to the real Churchill’s words spoken in 1945…

But for the loyalty of Northern Ireland and its devotion to what has now become the cause of 30 Governments or nations…


…we should have been confronted with slavery and death, and the light which now shines so strongly throughout the world would have been quenched.

Ulster’s war-cry, ‘No Surrender,’ must be taken up across the British Isles if Johnson gives ground.

God knows the Brexit Party is far from perfect, but better by far than a forsworn fop.