C’mon, Arlene! Bring Back The RUC, And The B-Specials!

We have noted the shortcomings of the PSNI often enough…

So PSNI Have Been Busy – Creating Problems For Loyal Citizens! 

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Ulster Top Cop – Lying, or Grovelling to Sinn Fein? 

Cops Cower From Disloyal Thuggery Threats!

…and so see no reason to disagree with Arlene Foster’s call for its top cop to step down.

Some might say not before time!

Ulster Cops ARE Crawling To Sinn Fein Scum! 

Crossmaglen Den Of Vipers – Ulster’s Top Cop Grovels! 

The immediate reason for the DUP leader’s demand is of course the Storey garbage disposal debacle…

Distance Double-Standards – Terror ‘Mourners’ Get A Pass? 

…when a rabble of Sinn Fein/IRA scum made a mockery of the virus rules.

Incidentally, did you see what that creature O’Neill  said when it was announced there’d be no prosecution of her scumbag followers?

Get this!

“I wish to say again today that I am sorry for the hurt that has been caused to so many, including to Bobby Storey’s own family who have been thrust into the headlines at a time of immense grief! “

Shove it, Bitch!


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You’re as bad as your mentor, Blood-Beast Adams.

If you want to talk about being ‘sorry for the hurt,‘ expound on your repentance to those hurt during decades of Sinn Fein/IRA’ terror!

But that won’t happen because there’s no repentance!

The cowardly vermin, motivated by sectarian hatred and disloyalty…

…who slaughtered men, women and children, have NEVER repented.



No amount of appeasement induced any change of heart.

And one of the worst acts of appeasement was the abolition of the Royal Ulster Constabulary.



That was a despicable betrayal, indefensible too, for the RUC had done a good job in dire and difficult circumstances.

They were sacrificed by spineless London politicians purely to placate disloyal swine like O’Neill’s predecessor as SF leader.




That ‘Royal’ had to go, and the name ‘Ulster’ with it, along with the Union Flags which proudly flew from each and every RUC police station.

Much the same could be said of the B Specials, who were a useful auxiliary constabulary.

B Specials Wouldn’t Have Been ‘Chased Away!’ 

We have written of these matters before!

But it’s timely to consider again what a fine thing it would be if, instead of just seeking one plod’s resignation, Mrs Foster were to rally loyalists across all Uster and declare her support for the restoration of the RUC…

Yes, and the B Specials too, who knew their streets and hills and where the rats could be rousted out.