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  • ross1948 16:00 on July 21, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Dominion of Ulster, , Emma de Souza,   

    NOTHING ‘Legitimate’ About ‘Uniting Ireland!’ 

    The sort of person who would put his or her name to this sort of Hitlerian hogwash…

    Uniting Ireland and preserving union both legitimate positions

    ..which seeks to put self-determination and atavistic expansionism on a moral par…



    …should be relegated to the ideological equivalent of a leper colony.

    Unsurprisingly, it’s what passes for magnanimity in the disloyal mind of an unpleasant woman we have written about before.

    The woman who wrote it, Emma de Souza, caused a lot of trouble by living in the UK for much of her life but maintaining a seemingly effortless disloyalty to Queen and Country.

    She’s hardly unique in that respect.


     Hordes of undesirables, equally disloyal, have long had their snouts into all the benefits of UK citizenship.


    Their treacherous mentality was further facilitated by the Bad Friday Dirty Deal.


    But this De Souza creature’s ‘contemplation of united Ireland’ – and probably the way she grubbed about for foreign interference in her agitation…


    …got her name on a list of possible nominees for the Eire Senate….


    …which tells us, reminds us, to be sure, that the irrational urge to grab part of a neighbouring country is never far from the thoughts of Dublin’s political class.



    Every leader of every British political party should sign a joint declaration that under no circumstances will the Ulster-Brits be consigned to an ‘All-Ireland Republic.’

    If, as said often before….

    ‘Candlewick Bedspreads?’ Ulster Brits V Eire Expansionism!

    ….any ‘border poll’ results in a majority for the Enemy Within, then the minority, who possess, by any definition…




    …a distinct national identity, must be entitled to a homeland, secure within a redefined border….



    ….either as part of the United Kingdom, or as a sovereign dominion.



    • Billy King 19:00 on July 21, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Good, as ever.
      This woman should be banned from Ulster. She wants to be a citizen of a foreign country, so let her live there and not come back to our country.


    • Noreen Paterson 21:58 on July 21, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Your commitnent to our British people in Ulster is second to none and must be greatly appreciated there.


  • ross1948 18:00 on January 27, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Dominion of Ulster, Professor Kennedy Lindsay   

    Lying Media Or Just Stupid? But An Ulster Free State? 

    Was EU Observer’s Fake News a grotesque lie…


    ….or just sheer stupidity?

    Some 51 percent of people in Northern Ireland wanted a referendum on independence….

    ….according to a survey by pollster LucidTalk, British newspaper The Times reported…Growing appetite for Northern Ireland independence

    Can this report be accurate?

    Actually, NOT.

    An Eire newspaper reported accurately. 

    …asked if they supported a referendum on a united Ireland within the next five years, 51 per cent said yes compared to 44 per cent who were against… https://www.irishtimes.com/news/politics/more-than-half-in-north-want-vote-on-a-united-ireland-poll-finds-1.4466547

    ‘Independence’ is the polar opposite of a ‘United Ireland.

    Allowing the British people of Ulster to be ruled by an alien republic would be a mockery of the principle of self-determination.

    Ulster Brits Face ‘Zimbabwe’ Nightmare – No Surrender! 

    EUObserver totally misrepresented the poll result.



    Charitably, the EUObs report was by somebody exceptionally stupid and/or historically illiterate.

    Yet it made me think.




    It has been a long time since Professor Kennedy Lindsay wrote his short but impressive tract – as I said about seven years ago…


    • The Dominion of Ulster would be free to enact laws, just as the old Stormont Parliament could, but with no veto power residing in Downing Street... since nobody in their right mind trusts Whitehall or the London political establishment any more, it has to be considered, surely? July 12th – Is Ulster Still God’s Own Country? 

    • =====

    …suggesting that a Dominion of Ulster be established.

    While there were, and are, reasons to have reservations about such a plan…

    …perhaps it’s about time that some opinion pollsters should include an Ulster independence option.
    Frankly, good citizens loyal to their British heritage could do worse than think about Dominion status.
    To make it work, my previous thoughts about redrawing the frontier, which even Maggie T was ready to consider, come to mind.

    Like many other nations across Europe and the wider world, Ulster’s borders have shifted back and forth over the centuries.
    Areas infested by enemy aliens, like Crossmaglen…

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

    …would be no great loss.

    Obviously, too, an independent Ulster would need to take a more responsible attitude towards citizenship, in particular voting rights, than the British Government has.


    Anyone who holds citizenship of Eire would have to choose.
    Loyal to Dublin or to the Red Hand flag as seen below…


    Yes, it’s a giant leap.

    Hence let’s look before it’s taken


    • Billy King 18:57 on January 27, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Aye, you are not out of tune with what a lot of us are talking about.
      We will never be joined with an enemy country and thanks to Boris’s lies we have little faith in Westminster.
      Not that we have had much since Heath’s betrayals.


    • Adam Snell 20:03 on January 27, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      This has been batted back and forth for a long time. It would be painful to forego ‘Quis Separabit, ‘ but Ulster has been scorned by British governments so many times.
      All the battlefield sacrifices, the Somme, so many others, count for nothing with the like of Johnson and Labour are as bad or worse.
      I saw that Starmer wants to educate his party on Ulster.
      So will they be told thatthere used to be a Northern Ireland LabourParty, loyal to the UK, until that was dumped in favour of the disloyal SDLP.


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