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  • ross1948 00:34 on October 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Helsinki Treaty, international frontier,   

    Just A Europhiliac Guy – Who Spits In Ulster’s Face! 


    Good to hear the DUP say that –

     “We don’t like talking about red lines – but one key element of what we are trying to do after we leave the EU is to have no internal borders between Northern Ireland and parts of UK.

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     In contrast….

    Verhofstadt described the Irish border as an “illogical divide” and called for it to remain invisible.,

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/sep/21/eu-brexit-negotiator-attacks-boris-johnson-old-fashioned-views-on-identity-european

    How dare this Belgian twerp talk in derogatory terms about an international frontier…

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    ….which both his own country, and Dublin, affirmed was inviolable when they signed the Helsinki Treaty in 1975.

    In what possible way is Ulster’s border with Eire any more an illogical divide than any other border anywhere in the world?

    It was agreed by solemn treaty in 1925, with signatories from London, Dublin and Belfast and it was only when De Valera, Hitler’s champion mourner…

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    De Valera’s Disgrace Replicated – No Tears, Please, for Chavez 

    …came to power that Eire’s expansionist ambitions challenged its legitimacy.

    Sure, adjustments might be in order, as were mooted when the boundary was drawn.

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    It might be needful to re-draw the line, to remove disloyal infestations such as exist in Crossmaglen and other pockets of treason.

    Certainly that will become essential if enemies outbreed patriots and use a ‘border poll’ to vote for annexation by Dublin.

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    The right to self-determination that belongs to the Ulster-British, as to all peoples, may have to be thereby safeguarded.

    But arrogant aliens like Guy Verhofstadt have no role to play, or to pontificate on, the affairs of Ulster.

     
    • Billy King 15:21 on October 11, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Well said as always, Ross.
      Van is a pain in the Erse!

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  • ross1948 00:05 on February 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , British soldiers vets, , Helsinki Treaty, , re-routing, ,   

    Londonderry Air…Polluted By The Stench Of Treason! 


    Since when may British Armed Forces veterans not march proudly through the streets of a British city?

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    Since this month, it seems, thanks to the disloyal minority in Ulster, whose spawn in Londonderry staged a ‘public outcry.’
    From whom?
    ‘…the Bloody Sunday families and local republican groups…’ ;https://www.derrynow.com/news/british-army-veterans-march-planned-derry-moved-coleraine/145193
    The march is being held in protest at the way British Army veterans are being treated as part of investigations into Northern Ireland’s legacy issues..

    Queen’s Speech – No Mention of Pardons For Her Troops? 

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    For pity’s sakes, have we not heard enough ‘Bloody Sunday’ bleating from these people?
    Not one of them is a loyal subject of HM – their allegiance is not to the Red, White and Blue but to the green, white and gold, the banner of the arrogant republic beyond the border.
    That foreign state has never fulfilled its obligations under the Helsinki Pact, which it signed, not far off fifty years ago, namely, to recognise all existing international frontiers in Europe.
    Eire still nurtures expansionist ambitions to bring Ulster under its alien flag.
    The march was planned for next month, to lay a wreath at Londonderry’s war memorial, Eire’s fifth column has got it re-routed to another city entirely.  

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    sod that

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    The ex-servicemen and women have been directed instead to conduct their ceremonies in Coleraine.Shame.
    And shame again on all the appeasement and surrenders we’ve seen, pandering to people who deserve not consideration but contempt for their engrained treason.

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    If they don’t want to watch honourable people march through their streets, they should stay indoors – or better still, sod off to the republic they so badly want to be part of.
    None of them would be missed,.

     

     

     
    • Billy King 13:06 on February 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You sum it up just fine, Ross.
      It’s our army and our ex-servicemen and the ones who did the shooting on Good Sunday need medals not prosecution.

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