Loyalty Oath? ‘Appease Murder-Gang Fans,’ Say Catholic Magazine!

There’s a Catholic magazine called ‘The Tablet,’ which, to the best of my recollection, used to be a very respectable publication…


…the favourite reading material of a Catholic friend of mine, the owner of the shop where I worked during my school holidays, who occasionally used to read me extracts in vain hopes of recruiting me for Rome.

Argie Dope’s Dorks – A Pray-Day, But Not For Crimmigrants’ Prey! 

Dope! “Prioritise Migrants’ Dignity Over National Security!”

My friend passed on years ago, but if he were still around, he’d be so horrified by the Argie Dope’s asininities that he might have converted out of his denomination!

But I never thought The Tablet would descend to the disgusting level it reached this month, when the ‘influential Catholic weekly The Tablet called for the House of Commons’ oath of allegiance to be modified in order that Irish republicans can take their seats.’

Do the editors not know that the ‘Irish republicans’ they are talking about are Sinn Fein, the ‘political wing’ of the IRA murder-gang?

Murder McGuinness in terrorist gear

A leader column in the international weekly urges a similar oath to that at Stormont, where MLAs promise to obey the law rather than pledging allegiance to the British monarch.

True, there’s an argument for a change – in the Stormont oath, created by the sell-outs in Westminster as part of the appeasement package.

Making Sinn Fein MLAs pledge allegiance would put the vermin in their proper place -OUT!

The Tablet said the present oath “may be regarded as a historical relic of past religious troubles”.

It’s not any religious aspect of the oath that upsets Sinn Finn/IRA scumbags – it’s the very idea that they should be expected to be loyal to the country they live in, the UK, and not to the alien and hostile republic…

…which has always salivated at the prospect of bringing British Ulster under Dublin rule!

And continues, under its present leadership, so to salivate!


….There’s one thing that I would like to say though – I am somebody who firmly believes in a united Ireland and I believe a united Ireland in my lifetime is possible…’