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  • ross1948 15:15 on November 26, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , British Ulster, , Sinead Murtagh Up the Ra,   

    Why Isn’t Hag Murtagh Behind Bars? 


    St Paul’s High School, in Bessbrook, revealed Sinead Murtagh is currently off on “personal leave” due to the controversy surrounding her behaviour at an event in Belfast…’

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    Sinead Murtagh

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    That’s the obnoxious young hag ‘who was filmed singing “Up the Ra” – the terrorist anthem made famous recently by Eire’s soccer sows….

    FIFA Should Ban Those Pro-IRA Soccer Sows

    …to former First Minister of Ulster, Arlene Foster, whose father was damn near murdered by the cowardly IRA scum for whom Murtagh fancies herself a cheer-leader.

    Turns out the bitch is said to come from Crossmaglen, a den of evil…

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

    SF Seeks EUSSR Funds for IRA Monument – Have They No Shame? 

    …of which we have written more than once.

    Incredibly – well, not really – a leading spokesman for the ‘moderate’ SDLP thinks we shouldn’t be mean to the vile creature.

    ……..

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    Justin McNulty

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    SDLP MLA Justin McNulty last night said while Ms Murtagh had made “a terrible mistake” he did not think it was helpful for anyone to be personally attacking her.

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    That’s from the Irish News, whose reporter, a clearly sensitive flower named Allen Preston, whines that Murtagh hasfaced a backlash on social media with many criticising her behaviour.

    A large number have also directed abusive and misogynistic comments towards her.’ https://www.irishnews.com/news/northernirelandnews/2022/11/25/news/woman_at_centre_of_up_the_ra_video_controversy_takes_leave_from_school_role-2916726/

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    God forbid!

    But let’s be clear.

    If somebody foul happens to be female, then ‘sow, cow, vixen, bitch‘ are legitimate words to use.

    If a male behaved as disgracefully, then ‘pig,’ ‘swine’ or ‘dog,‘ all serve well enough.

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    Or we could have a nice inclusive word like ‘beast!’

    Obviously if the justice system were in better shape, with decently appropriate penalties included in the law, Mangy Murtagh might be horse-whipped and/or tarred and feathered….

    …but at the very least she should be treated like a leper for the rest of her life.

    Instead, we know only that her sole punishment, so far, is.. what?

    Well, we don’t know!

    All that the Belfast Telegraph can tell us is that whoever runs St. Paul’s school, in Bessbrook, County Armagh, ‘has confirmed “proper procedures” have been invoked against one of its volunteers…’

    …and that the foul cow is currently off on “personal leave” due to the controversy surrounding her behaviour at an event in Belfast…

    https://m.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/woman-who-chanted-ira-slogan-to-arlene-foster-is-on-personal-leave-from-role-as-voluntary-school-counsellor-42171173.html

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    NOT GOOD ENOUGH!

    Support for terrorist movements is surely actionable, even in today’s UK. 

     
  • ross1948 13:30 on October 13, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'threat to democracy', British Ulster, , , , RTE Eire,   

    Even Guardian Notes Green Nazi Threat! 


     

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    Sinn Féin has been accused of having a “chilling” effect on Ireland’s democracy

    And that’s not me, or TUV, or DUP, saying so…

    …it’s the Guardian, no friend to British Ulster!

    And another source they quote is a champion…

    Micheal Martin –  ‘I want unification. I make no bones about the fact that I want a United Ireland.

    …of Eire expansionism..

    The taoiseach, Micheál Martin, said the national broadcaster did not air the interview for fear of being sued https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/oct/12/sinn-fein-chilling-effect-on-ireland-democracy-micheal-martin

    Sinn Fein/IRA – two sides of the same evil coin – walked hand-in-glove through nightmare years, and we know that, even now.….

    Sinn Féin Vixen – “No Alternative” To Terror!

    Sinn Fein President Mary Lou McDonald (left) arrives with Vice-President Michelle O'Neill (right) to the Titanic Exhibition Centre in Belfast as counting continued yesterday afternoon

    Mary Lou McDonald and Michelle O’Neill

    ….

    ..Sinn Fein still defends the IRA’s campaign of terrorist murder, unsurprisingly, since thousands of the disloyal swine who vote for them agree.

    How did we end up with a poll showing 7 out of 10 nationalists in Northern Ireland believe the IRA campaign of terror and murder was justified?Invaluable Ulster Insights -Thanks, TUV! 

    Conclusion inevitable.

    If Eire’s government sees these Green Nazis as a threat, what fate lies in store for Ulster’s true Brits….

    ….if the monsters come to power down south, then connive with Westminster to annex Northern Ireland.

     
    • Scott Douglas 22:01 on October 13, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      Green Nazis is what they are.
      They can take over next door but they won’t take Ulster.

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  • ross1948 15:45 on October 10, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Steve Baker MP apology to Eire, British Ulster, ,   

    Tories To Tell Ukraine To Apologise? 


    So what next?

    A dramatic UK call for Ukraine to apologise to Putin…

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    …for daring to resist a bad neighbour’s aggressive disrespect of its internationally recognised frontiers?

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    Disgraceful, downright disgusting, in fact, how Tory MP Steve Baker invoked the Queen’s death to justify his grovel to Britain’s enemies…

    Official portrait of Mr Steve Baker MP crop 2.jpgSteve Baker MP (Wycombe)

    The demise of our late Majesty gave us the opportunity to meet leading Irish figures and I said to some of them, ‘I am sorry we did not always respect your legitimate interests.’” https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/oct/02/tory-mp-steve-baker-apologies-to-ireland-and-eu-for-behaviour-during-brexit

    Leading Irish figures?

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    …who openly cherish the Green Nazi dream, like ‘leading Irish figure’ Micheal Martin –  ‘I want unification. I make no bones about the fact that I want a United Ireland.

    ...while every Ulster Brit knows full well…Lest We Forget…Eire’s Neck-Deep Collusion With Murder! ..Eire’s record on aiding and abetting terrorism.

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    Those evil entities have NO ‘legitimate interests’ in any sovereign realm outside the oppressive authority of the Fourth Reich.

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    His crawl to Eire and the EUSSR is especially repugnant for those of us who have previously applauded Baker…

    Steve Baker Watch?’ More Guardian Collabo Cop-Out

    …yet there have been straws in the wind..

    Tory Tripe! Steve Baker Is SO Wrong! 

    Stand by for Turn-Coat Truss to acquiesce in the continued intrusion of the arrogant ECJ…

    Truss CANNOT Be Trusted!

     

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    Liz Truss’s government has shelved plans for a law designed to give ministers the power to ignore human rights rulings from the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).

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    …just as she has cowered from taking on the UK’s other foul foe, the ECHR.

    As I have more than once warned…

    How Gracious, The Wannabe Eire Overlords!

    …Ulster faces a time of immense peril..

     
    • Edward Lamont 00:51 on October 11, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      Tories are no longer either conservative or unionist.
      They don”t believe in anything.
      We need a new UKIP.

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  • ross1948 16:15 on October 7, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'unidentified woman', Antrim Road, , British Ulster, disloyal republicans, Princess Kate   

    Deporting Disloyals – A Suitable Case! 


    What an obnoxious cow, the ‘unidentified woman’ on a British street (Antrim Road) in a British city (Belfast).

    ‘Twas a noisome (and seemingly ill-groomed) nasty, whose ignorance..

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    .( both of civility and  her own whereabouts)

    .. was amply demonstrated, by her hypocritical hand-shake with Princess Kate, a gesture accompanied by this arrant oafery.

    Nice to meet you but it would be better if it was when you were in your own country.

    The Princess, gracious as ever, and of course in her own country, the United Kingdom, just smiled politely and moved on, but…

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    The unidentified woman was in the crowd on Antrim Road in north Belfast
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    …please note the rest of the disloyal’s drivel…

    .”Ireland belongs to the Irish…” https://pagesix.com/2022/10/06/kate-middleton-heckled-by-irish-nationalist-in-northern-ireland/

    …which sums up the real problem in British Ulster, the delusion that ‘Ireland,’ a geographical expression, is somehow a country, rather than an island, on which two distinct peoples exist…

    …one, the smaller, British Ulster, constantly menaced by the aggressive expansionism of the larger.

    Lest We Forget…Eire’s Neck-Deep Collusion With Murder! 

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    It’s that expansionism that incites ignoramuses like the ‘unidentified woman!’

    If such people won’t acknowledge their duty of allegiance to King and Country…

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    …then send them southwards, where they can bask, like putrid whale carcasses on a polluted beach…

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    …in the shade of the alien Eire flag they like so much.

     
    • Billy King 23:54 on October 7, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      Not for the first time, you say exactly the same as what I was thnking when I saw that scruff.
      She thinks Kate is in the wrong country, Ha, it’s her sort, the republicans, who are in the wrong country .
      They should all get told to go and live in their republic.

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  • ross1948 15:30 on October 3, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: "Ireland's Future', British Ulster, ,   

    Eire’s Expansionists Ignore Cost In Blood & Fire 


    Were I a citizen of Ukraine, or Tibet, or any country unfortunate enough to have a neighbour-state that denies my people’s right to self-determination…

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    …the last thing on my mind would be money.

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    Calculations of the value of my nation’s right to exist, or to be absorbed by an alien republic…

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    …whether in pounds or euros, would seem almost obscene.

    Not so the expansionist lobby whose hubris extends to calling itself “Ireland’s Future!”

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    Irish unification would cost €4bn a year not €10bn – research finds

    As if that matters!

    Ireland’s Future document says true cost of unification not Earth-shattering in context of Government spending  

    As if that matters.

    Who do these arrogant upstarts think they are?

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    Would they restore slavery…

    ..if it seemed economically promising?

    Are there any rights or freedoms on which the despicables of “Ireland’s Future” would NOT stick a price-tag?

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    But if they want to work out the cost of swallowing up a small, brave nation…

    ….let those pompous asses assembled in Eire’s capital city last weekend contemplate the potential cost in blood and treasure…

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    …of massive resistance, prolonged guerilla warfare, of fiery cross-border sabotage raids, exacting overdue retribution on SF/IRA Green Nazis!

    ..because Ulster will never go silently into the night.

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    Some other points from the Irish Times

    Only Irish citizens would be allowed to vote in the Republic as happens in all referendums…

    Okay, but… 

    …but the franchise for a vote in Northern Ireland has not yet been determined.

    Obviously, the numerous disloyal dregs in Ulster who have opted to be Eire citizens should be told to go and vote in Eire.

    Oh  – and

    .The vote should also be extended to EU citizens living in the North, it believes.

    Bloody Hell!

    I like Greeks and Spaniards and Czechs, etc..

    ( not all of them!)

    …but few Continentals know much, or anything, of Ulster.

    It’s also none of their damn business.

    Oh, and…

    Suggestions that a 50 per cent plus one margin would not be enough are dismissed as “undemocratic and an attempt to frustrate the self-determination provisions”.

    Self-determination, again?

    There are two distinct nations on the island of Ireland.

    Both have a right to live free within their own borders.

    All the ‘Troubles’ have arisen because the larger one irrationally demands that the smaller one acquiesce in absorption into a foreign, hostile state.

    Oh, and note the arrogance that runs all the way through the IT report –

    ‘The North?’

    Not Ulster? Not even Northern Ireland?

    https://www.irishtimes.com/ireland/2022/10/01/10-billion-annual-bill-for-irish-unification-is-a-myth-new-research-states/

     

     
  • ross1948 16:15 on October 1, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: British Ulster, , , jim o'callaghan td,   

    How Gracious, The Wannabe Eire Overlords! 


    Citizens in Northern Ireland who are loyal to the British crown should not be forced to declare their loyalty to a new United Ireland…

    Wow!

    Jim O'Callaghan (official portrait) 2020 (cropped).jpg
     Jim O’Callaghan

    So this geezer, Fianna Fáil TD Jim O’Callaghan, has a blueprint for unification…?

    https://www.irishtimes.com/politics/2022/09/30/united-ireland-citizens-should-not-have-to-declare-loyalty-to-new-state-says-ff-td/

    Oops, RE-UNIFICATION, says the Irish Times, oblivious to history, which says that the only time the island was administered as a united territory was under the British Crown.

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    Callaghan, we read, may aspire to be his nation’s leader sometime in the future.

    Yet he evidently shares the dreary expansionism of both present…

    Who Does Micheál Martin Think He Is? 

    Mind Your Erse! Varadkar Minces Into Ulster’s Internal Affairs.

    …and past Dublin governments.

    And yet, is there a glimmer of hope?

    If he understands there’s no chance the small British nation his party wants to annex would feel any sense of allegiance to  foreign republic….

    ….why can he not simply propose a practical adjustment of the frontier, taking in a significant number of disloyal dregs, e.g. Crossmaglen’s curs…

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

    SF Seeks EUSSR Funds for IRA Monument – Have They No Shame? 

    …and transplanting undesirables from Belfast, the bloodthirsty Sinn Fein scum who think that the IRA’s terrorist campaign was righteous…

    Invaluable Ulster Insights -Thanks, TUV! 

    Sinn Féin Vixen – “No Alternative” To Terror!

    …a migration programme, moving them out of Ulster…

    …to live in Eire, under the flag they love to flaunt.

     
    • Scott Douglas 00:03 on October 2, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      As usual, they just can’t see past their own greed to grab our country.

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  • ross1948 19:30 on September 7, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , British Ulster, ,   

    Truss! Tell The Dotard – ‘Take A Hike!’ 


    How dare that senescent SOB use his first conversation with the United Kingdom’s new Prime Minister to stick his snout into Britain’s business?

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    ...proud of his Irish roots and taking a keen interest in the issue..https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2022/09/07/joe-biden-liz-truss-first-phone-call/

    After energetically inciting discord in his own country…

    BBC – Megaphone For Dotard’s Demagoguery

    …now he arrogantly scolds Truss, in stark contrast to his cosy camaraderie with the Blood-Beast?

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    Truss should keep her response succinct.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2022/09/07/joe-biden-liz-truss-first-phone-call

     
  • ross1948 14:56 on September 5, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: British Ulster, , , ,   

    Anschluss Made Easy? Dream On, Dublin! 


    I suppose prior to 1938 there must have  been obnoxious scribblers in Austria..

    .Anschluss

    Hitler’s Germany grabs Austria

    March 12, 1938

    The crowd welcomes the arrival of Nazi German troops in the city of Vienna.
    Not quite the reception Belfast might offer Eire’s triumphalist storm-troops.
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    ….pumping out pro-Anschluss propaganda, perhaps headed ‘Making Sense of a Greater Germany‘ but I don’t know for sure.

    However, that speculation was my response to reading some presumptuous pap in the ‘Irish Times’ yesterday.

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    Reviews: Making Sense of a United Ireland by Brendan O’Leary and Can Ireland Be One? by Malachi O’Doherty

    Another, older piece of writing also came to mind.

    Thou shalt not cover thy neighbour’s house.”

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    These S.O B.s in their foreign republic issuing provocations?

    They’d best rearrange their thinking caps if they imagine that all Dublin’s aggressive expansionism would reap from ‘reunification’ would be acrimonious ‘Brexit-style’ debate.

    If they ever got some dirty deal from a sell-out UK government that acquiesced in the denial of the Ulster-British nation’s right to self-determination..

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    …the cost to Eire in blood, sweat and tears would be akin to a dress-rehearsal for Armageddon.

     
  • ross1948 14:45 on August 23, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: British Ulster, , , John Hume collabo, Stormont memorials,   

    Invaluable Ulster Insights -Thanks, TUV! 


    Never again can anyone argue that one cannot equate support for Sinn Fein at the ballot box with support for IRA murder during a 30 year campaign of terror….

    What excellent observations offered by a man I have never met, TUV press officer, Samuel Morrison!

    I will append all he said, but for my many readers around the world, a few bullet points from my own previous posts, if I may, demarcating the TUV man’s work

    First, the role of UK Pravda.

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    .How did we end up with a poll showing 7 out of 10 nationalists in Northern Ireland believe the IRA campaign of terror and murder was justified?

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    When the BBC first reported on the interview they didn’t feel O’Neill’s comments about there being “no alternate” to the IRA campaign were worth reporting.
    It took other news outlets to pick up on the line. Why?
    Because they knew it was unhelpful and the BBC is very much an actor in as well as a reporter on the process…
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    The only way one might believe it shouldn’t be asked is if you only see polls as a means of shaping political discussion rather than really reflecting the mood of the public…..
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    On a daily basis we have people introduced either openly as ex-prisoners or people from a very Republican background – like Patrica McBride – introduced as neutral commentators particularly on the BBC.

    That’s for sure….

    Linda Tirado –BBC Says ‘Journalist’ – She Is A Far-Left Activist 

    Calling Out Yale’s ‘Systemic Racism?’ Not On BBC

    ‘Quite Frighteningly, He’s Getting Good!’ BBC ‘Expert’ On Trump 

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    The Briefing – Biased BBC’s ‘Me Too, Pinko’ Show!

    …oh, and this…

    A Leftist Lesbian Love Affair – ‘Auntie’ And ‘Mother Jones?’ 

    …when the rabid left Trumpophobe magazine was not identified as such.

    BBC Selected ‘Experts’ – Guilty Again! 

    … and not just on Ulster issues!

    NEXT?

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    The Legacy of Hume.

    ‘ ..while I see some people today suggesting that John Hume would be shocked by the poll, its findings are the natural outworking of his policy. Hume didn’t make any serious attempt to come to an accommodation with Unionism…
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    The Cover-Ups

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    If you take the official tour of Stormont, for example, the guides will pass the memorials to those members of the Northern Ireland Parliament, Assembly and Senate who were murdered by the IRA and UDA without comment.

    Read that part carefully, for the silence of the guides is NO accident!

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    The Sectarian GAA
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    the GAA retains things like a sports club named after a hunger striker who was in jail for kneecapping someone (think about that – they named a sport’s club after someone who took away someone’s ability to walk)

    Okay, I am content to have emphasised a few aspects of decent Ulster Brits’ indignation at what’s going on..

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

    SF Seeks EUSSR Funds for IRA Monument – Have They No Shame? 

    ….and has been going on for years.

    Below is the very readable entirety of what  Mr  Morrison wrote.

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    “How did we end up with a poll showing 7 out of 10 nationalists in Northern Ireland believe the IRA campaign of terror and murder was justified?
    Before addressing that question; it’s worth addressing some other issues. I note, for example, that the polling company is being criticised for asking the question.
    When the BBC first reported on the interview they didn’t feel O’Neill’s comments about there being “no alternate” to the IRA campaign were worth reporting. It took other news outlets to pick up on the line.
    Why?
    Because they knew it was unhelpful and the BBC is very much an actor in as well as a reporter on the process. More on that later.
    The reality is that the poll question is not only legitimate but it would be foolish not to poll on something so obviously a subject of discussion in so many homes.
    The only way one might believe it shouldn’t be asked is if you only see polls as a means of shaping political discussion rather than really reflecting the mood of the public.
    There are enough companies and universities doing that in Northern Ireland. It does no harm to see the truth at times.
    But back to the first question.
    The most obvious answer is to be found within Nationalism.
    Never again can anyone argue that one cannot equate support for Sinn Fein at the ballot box with support for IRA murder during a 30 year campaign of terror.
    That said, while Sinn Fein have faced competition from capable nationalists in the SDLP – in terms of ability their MLAs are generally far above those in other parties in Stormont – the SDLP have failed to take the fight to Sinn Fein.
    In many elections over the past quarter of a century they have tried to frame their campaign not as a choice between them and Sinn Fein but between them and the DUP. In Upper Bann, for example, in the last election they told the people it was a choice between Dolores Kelly or Dianne Dodds.
    That was always daft. No one was going into the election wondering if they should vote SDLP or DUP.
    Furthermore, while I see some people today suggesting that John Hume would be shocked by the poll its findings are the natural outworking of his policy. Hume didn’t make any serious attempt to come to an accommodation with Unionism – Sunningdale was before he took on the mantle of leadership in Nationalism.
    Throughout his career he sought to bypass Unionism – most successfully in 1985 – until he brought Sinn Fein into the process and knew that he and Adams had designed the framework which would shape the political future of Northern Ireland.
    Secondly, we’ve seen the GAA replace the Roman Catholic church in the affections of nationalism.
    It’s done that while maintaining its very Republican character.
    When it’s become acceptable for people to wear GAA tops all over Northern Ireland and questioning the motivation of founding a GAA club in East Belfast is immediately met with accusations of sectarianism even while the GAA retains things like a sports club named after a hunger striker who was in jail for kneecapping someone (think about that – they named a sport’s club after someone who took away someone’s ability to walk) don’t be surprised if it becomes acceptable to say you supported the campaign the hunger strikers engaged in.
    But the answer doesn’t just lie in nationalism.
    The media too plays a big role. The voices of victims are absent from many discussions. Where, for example, was the programme permitting victims of IRA violence to give their views on Sinn Fein emerging as the largest party in the last election?
    On a daily basis we have people introduced either openly as ex-prisoners or people from a very Republican background – like Patrica McBride – introduced as neutral commentators particularly on the BBC.
    Much of what the media does in this regard reflects the policy of officialdom.
    Did you know that since 2006 victims of terrorism in Northern Ireland have been defined in law as no different from the terrorists who made them victims if they injured themselves in the attacks?
    The sanitising langue one all too often finds on the media is drawn from official documents.
    Words like terrorists are replaced by newspeak terms like non-state actors and no one was ever murdered. They were killed.
    On other occasions, things are simply ignored. If you take the official tour of Stormont, for example, the guides will pass the memorials to those members of the Northern Ireland Parliament, Assembly and Senate who were murdered by the IRA and UDA without comment.
    That’s not by accident but a deliberate policy agreed by the commission which has Unionist representatives on it.
    Which bring me to the third group to blame – Unionist political leadership.
    When Unionism accepted Sinn Fein as valid partners in government – be that in 1998 or 2007 – they wrote the Republican movement a character reference.
    They told the world that a movement which continued to unashamedly glorify and celebrate the IRA was now a fit partner for government. They accepted a process which saw IRA men treated not as ordinary criminals but at worst as a special kind of criminal for whom the penalty imposed by the courts could be dispensed with as part of a political deal.
    That in itself was a huge concession which should never have been made.
    Furthermore, having accepted Sinn Fein as valid partners even after murders committed while in office with them – does anyone even remember Kevin McGuigan not to mention Robert McCartney? – policy implications followed.
    Do you know that Sinn Fein as joint head of government in the Executive Office have been responsible for government policy on victims’ issues since 2007?
    The afore mentioned Patrica McBride was appointed as a victims commissioner by Dr Paisley acting jointing with Martin McGuinness.
    What qualified her for that role?
    The fact that her brother was shot by the SAS while planning to attack a UDR patrol.
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    A statement issued by the Office of the First and deputy First Minister described him as having been killed “on active service”. That happened 13 years ago.
    Today’s finding that 70% of nationalists support the IRA is certainly depressing. But it’s hardly surprising.”
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    https://tuv.org.uk/

     
    • Billy King 22:25 on August 23, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      God bless TUV and God speed your messaging.
      God damn Sinn Fein and the BBC.

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  • ross1948 06:24 on July 12, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 12/7/22, British Ulster, , ,   

    Good Morning, Ulster! Enjoy Your Big Day! 


    I gather the leftist ratbags who run UK Pravda…

    …aka BBC, decided they’d minimise coverage of the Glorious Twelfth….

    …but rest assured, as I assured my Indonesian friend over Sunday lunch at the weekend, there’s a wee hoose, a small corner on the island of Java…

    …where, with You Tube assistance, the grand old loyal songs will be sung, and even a bit of a one-man march around the living-room!
    As the fight goes on against the combined enemies….

    …Eire expansionism, and…

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    ….Fourth Reich arrogance, let every True Brit’s voice be heard…

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    …and the war-cry ring out!

     
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