SDLP? Are They Really Any Different From Sinn Fein?

Well, I hope any anti-Brexit unionists in Foyle constituency who voted for that Colum  ‘I stand here as an Irish nationalist ‘ Eastwood, who was elected, are really, really pleased with themselves!

No sooner did the SDLP ratbag get up on his feet in the Commons to make his maiden speech than he showed himself a true heir to the collabo tradition displayed par excellence by the late unlamented self-righteous disloyal SDLP leader John Hume, in our standard photo.


Hume unashamedly shook the  gore-drenched hand of Blood-Beast Adams, posing along with the enemy head of government, Eire’s Albert Reynolds, as they proclaimed their ‘Pan-Nationalist’ solidarity, united in their illegitimate objective of having British Ulster annexed to Reynold’s republic.


Dublin’s men, all, eager to live under the tricolour flag.

And last week, what did the new MP for Foyle choose to rant about at Westminster?

Yup, you guessed it, his key issue was the need to persevere with the vendetta against retired members of HM armed forces…

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…men and women like ‘Soldier F,’ and every other veteran of the wars against savages.

There’s been talk of Bojo’s new government doing the right thing, dropping the nonsense prosecutions of those whom May was prepared to see sacrificed on the altar of appeasement.

As to that development, we must wait and see.

But Eastwood clearly made that his priority concern, in order to rub in just how strong his commitment is to the enemy cause.

The only actual difference between Sinn Fein/IRA and SDLP is the fact that, as far as I know, Eastwood’s party politicians have not gone out to bomb and kill innocent Brits in the sectarian cause.

Oh, and they show up in the Commons – to offend patriots from the get-go!