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  • ross1948 13:30 on March 1, 2023 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Jim Alister TUV, Sunak's Ulster Sell-Out   

    Sunak’s Sell-Out – Vermin Get A Veto! 

    • It’s immediately off-putting to see this latest deal described as ‘The Windsor Pact,’ appropriating the Royal Family’s name….
    • ..
    • …..to add a gloss of respectability to what may,  on closer inspection, be more accurately designated ‘Sunak’s Sell-Out.’
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    • The most reliable spokesman for Ulster Brits’ right to self-determination is surely TUV’s Jim Alister…



    • ….and he sums up the key problem succinctly, as follows.  .
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    • The so-called ‘Stormont Brake’ is meaningless, if as the PM said, it operates on a cross-community basis, which means it can be vetoed by nationalists and in any event, if does not give the Assembly the power to stop the imposition of foreign laws.
    • “Effectively the Protocol stays, and all that is gone is the Government’s Protocol Bill.”
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    • https://www.ballymoneybubble.co.uk/northernireland/tuv-leader-responds-to-windsor-framework-deal/32358/

    • Say No To The SF/IRA Vermin’s Veto!
    • Billy King 14:30 on March 1, 2023 Permalink | Reply

      I agree with Jim.
      Sunak has surrendered, and so easily.


  • ross1948 16:01 on August 6, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'no alternative' to terror, Jim Alister TUV, ,   

    Sinn Féin Vixen – “No Alternative” To Terror! 

    Sinn Féin Bitch – “No Alternative” To Terror! 

    That evil Sinn Fein vixen, Michelle O’Neill….


    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 with Michelle O’Neill


    …is undoubtedly not ignorant of Ulster’s modern history, so we know that she is simply lying…

    ….when she claims her IRA murder-gang heroes ‘had no choice but to shoot and bomb until the 1998 Good Friday agreement.’ https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/aug/04/backlash-after-michelle-oneill-says-there-was-no-alternative-to-conflict-during-troubles-northern-ireland-ira

    Like every member of Sinn Fein, top tier of turds down to the lowliest lice, the mendacious O’Neill knows very well that they all had a “choice,” that being the one outlined in our previous post, when we quoted TUV leader Jim Allister.


    Jim Allister
    “He tells us that there was no option in the 1970s for young men but to be terrorists.
    “Sorry, Mr Kelly, no one made you be a terrorist. You, Mr Kelly, and your ilk, chose to be terrorists, you chose to pull the trigger, and you chose to plant the bomb in circumstances in which you rejected the ballot in favour of the bullet.“
    In 1973 and for many  years previously, Mr Gerry Kelly had the availability of the franchise: he could vote, he could stand himself  for election, but he chose instead to be a terrorist.
    “We had the 1949 Act, which delivered the guarantee that, if a majority in the House as it then was wanted a united Ireland, Northern Ireland would cease to be part of the United Kingdom.
    “We had the 1973 Act  which gave that directly to the people of Northern Ireland in referendum.
    “So do not come to the House and say that you had  no choice.
    “You had the choice of democracy or the choice of terrorism, and you chose the path of terrorism.


    Jim was responding to a male piece of republican dog-sh#t then, but the same rebuttal is perfect for the female piece of republican dog-sh#t…


    …who currently leads Sinn Fein.

    • Scott Douglas 00:54 on August 7, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      Vixen is not a strong enough word.
      Vampire might be better.


  • ross1948 15:55 on February 13, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Mr' Sykes', , , Jim Alister TUV, Niall Murphy lawyer, , Ormeau Road   

    So Mouthy Murphy Thinks ‘No-Go’ Areas Are Back? 

    Having Ulster on my mind today…

    GREAT Imlek Entertainment – Jackie C Takes Down IRA Scum!

    …I felt I must look at a news item from a few days ago.

    Who the Hell does Niall Murphy think he us, reviving the outrageous notion of “No-Go Areas” in Ulster?


    Mouthy Murphy


    Some of us are old enough to remember giving a cheer on the morning of the happy day of Operation Motorman, when UK armed forces put an end to the arrogant Sinn Fein/IRA no-go zones…


    Image result for operation motorman

    Operation Motorman was a large operation carried out by the British Army in Northern Ireland during the Troubles. The operation took place in the early hours of 31 July 1972 with the aim of retaking the “no-go areas” that had been established in Belfast and other urban centres. Wikipedia


    …so it’s irritating that some upstart lawyer in Belfast this month has the nerve to declare that police have ‘no right’ to operate in the city’s Ormeau Road…

    I won’t go into the details of the incident, caused by republican trouble-makers, from which the PSNI high command does not emerge with much distinction.

    You can read about that here….https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/troubles/psni-free-say-if-it-investigating-criminal-offences-sean-graham-bookmakers-commemoration-says-police-ombudsman-3131235



    …and hope that TUV’s admirable Jim Alister will oblige Ulster’s top cops, who often lack true grit…

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

    Image result for psni

     Cops Cower From Disloyal Thuggery Threats!   Crossmaglen Den Of Vipers – Ulster’s Top Cop Grovels! 

    …to stop weaselling and get cracking with the case of the person referred to as ‘Mr. Sykes.’

    I simply report what the local newspaper reported.

    ‘Speaking after his release from police custody, Mr Sykes’ lawyer Niall Murphy of KRW Law said the PSNI had “no right” to be at the commemoration event.

    ”The only disorderly behaviour that happened on the Ormeau Road today was by the police who had no right to be there…”



    I’m not sure if there’s anything on the statute book to cover ‘incitement to establish safe havens for scum,’ but since clearly Mouthy Murphy fails to realise that law enforcement has EVERY right to patrol the public highways of British Ulster, including Belfast’s Ormeau Road…



    ….and take action to curb lawlessness, perhaps his clients should think hard about whom they have chosen to represent them!

    But then again, this disloyal lawyer does not think much of British Ulster at all, for he joined with other ‘civic nationalists’ aka Enemy Within not long ago to rant that –

    …”a return to a border in Ireland will not be acceptable.” 


    • Billy King 16:11 on February 13, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      The PSNI are screwing this up
      They cower away fron the Sinn Fein lot.
      Even though, they let the side down, still they have the right to police all over Ulster.
      Murphy should shut it.


    • Clifton Knight 23:47 on February 13, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Murphy loves seeing his name in the papers.
      He must know he’s talking sh-te when he says police aren’t allowed on the Ormeau Road but he gets a headline.
      Even if it’s only in your blog!


  • ross1948 20:09 on August 27, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: dirty war, Jim Alister TUV, , , , unrepentant terrorist,   

    The Hag Spoke Directly From Sinn Fein’s Black Heart! 

    While BLM terror in America continues to grip our attention, the hatred expressed by savages towards police there reminding many of us of Sinn Fein’s denigration of the RUC…


    Have a Care, Haass – Don’t Equate IRA Scum With Patriot Police 


    …it’s surely appropriate for Brits to pay attention to the foul ranting of an unrepentant terrorist nearer home.

    France 24’s “Debate” Features Jew-Bashing Convicted Terrorist! 

    Hasil gambar untuk martina anderson MEP

    Found this via Google Search – which one’s Evil Anderson?

    Sinn Fein is of course infested with unrepentant terrorists, as we have noted from time to time.

    Mr. Speaker, Sir – You’re the Scum of the Earth! 

    But the vile hag Martina Anderson seems absolutely determined to remind the IRA murder-gang’s victims that the the IRA’s fan-club may have been admitted to the corridors of power but has not changed its tune, claiming the Troubles victims’ pension would mainly benefit “those who fought Britain’s dirty war in Ireland”.

    The ‘Troubles’ always seems an inadequate description of the IRA campaign of brutal, cowardly terrorism waged against men, women and children.

    A ‘Dirty War’ is more apt. Not for anything done by the good guys, but for evil deeds…


    ….overseen by Sinn Fein devils like Blood-Beast Adams and Murder McGuinness!



    After the Stormont Justice Minister quoted a likely cost of £800m, the hag Anderson responded with a sweet tweet.

    “£800m 4 pensions mainly for those who fought Britain’s dirty war in Ireland. £800m mainly 4 those involved in collusion. …£800m mainly 4 British troops like Paras who murdered people on Bloody Sunday and Ballymurphy. £800m mainly to discriminate and criminalise and exclude.”

    Obviously the representatives of loyal British people in Ulster were affronted, but even  the republican-lite SDLP’s Colum Eastwood felt a need to abhor the evil sow’s outburst.

    Eastwood’s words – “unacceptable, disgusting and grossly insulting to hundreds of victims who sustained life-changing physical and psychological injuries” – are accurate enough.

    The rabid bitch has since deleted the offensive tweet.



    Big deal!

    The message was loud and clear.

    And at least one loyal Ulster leader understood.



    TUV leader Jim Allister said that Ms Anderson could “always be relied on to lower the tone” but her “outbursts” likely reflected Sinn Fein’s actual thinking better than the contributions of “some of its more subtle figures”.

    And sure enough, Jim’s analysis was promptly confirmed – by Sinn Fein itself.

    “It’s our view that this scheme will be exclusionary, discriminatory and divisive. Its policy intent was and remains to create a hierarchy of victims and reinforce the British state narrative around the conflict.

    Which is exactly what The Hag said!

    Of course any dispensation of public funds must, or ought to be, exclusionary and discriminatory.

    Not a penny of pension should reach any scum known to be associated in any way with Sinn Fein/IRA.

    All they deserve is a painful death!

    Not that I’m advocating unlawful activity. Just hoping they’ll get cancer!

    • Billy King 20:30 on August 27, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I love those pictures of the old hag, Riss.
      I remember you had them in another of your postings and we had a good laugh in the pub, like a wee quiz, which was the real Anderson.
      As you say, the disloyals should not benefit at all.
      I would just add Covid and Ebola to that cancer idea.


      • Josh E 23:14 on August 27, 2020 Permalink | Reply

        Anderson, as a convicted IRA terrorist, is an expert on dirty wars.
        I agree with you, Billy.
        But any painful end for any of them would be alright by me!


  • ross1948 19:35 on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: a ti-British litigation, , Jim Alister TUV, ,   

    Welfare Bum Loses Anti-UK Court Case – Who Pays? 

    • So!

    Anti-Brexit campaigner Raymond McCord has lost a Court of Appeal action against the British government over the border on the island of Ireland.


    That McCord is a disloyal scumbag with a criminal record, a convicted benefit bludger, so he deserved public contempt even before he decided to take up litigation as a hobby.

    Remember his legal challenge to Bojo on the grounds that ‘turmoil’ might ensue if the PM were in breach of the Bad Friday Deal?


    Image result for ray mccord

    He’s a vile parasite.

    In 2014 McCord was convicted of benefit fraud, pleading guilty to thirteen counts totalling £69,000 in mis-claimed housingbenefit, incapacity benefit and industrial injury reduced earnings allowances.

    He was given a sentence of 18 months imprisonment, suspended for three years.

    The dirty sponging pig ( whom the Eire newspaper on whose report we base our discussion prefers to describe as a ‘victims campaigner!’) should have been locked up until every penny was repaid!

    Now he’s dragged his hang-ups through various levels up to the Court of Appeals. Anyone who knows about lawyers and courts knows that would not have been an inexpensive process.

    He claimed the Northern Secretary’s failure to set out circumstances in which he would direct the holding of a poll on unifying both parts of the island breached constitutional issues.

    He lost, of course, and with his track record in legal whinery, perhaps no surprise.

    But the key question for honest British folk, both in Ulster and on he mainland, surely has to be…

    Who pays for all this nonsense?

    Will British tax-payers be the ‘victims’ in this sorry saga, forced to fund the louse’s legal action?

    If so, who will step up to be their ‘victims campaigner?’

    Or is there a hidden hand, an Enemy Within, that’s been backing the bludger b-stard’s court bleating?

    Judging from this other report not so long ago…

    TUV’s Jim Allister and DUP MPs Gregory Campbell and Carla Lockhart have submitted Freedom of Information (FoI) requests about the level of assistance he has received.

    Their involvement emerged as Mr McCord was granted permission to challenge a decision to release the funding details.


    Honest Jim of TUV, I’d guess, will be the man to step up and get answers!

    • Billy King 21:09 on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I had to think about this one, Ross, which picture is the best likeness of McCord.


    • Cora Kidd 22:47 on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      If he has no money except whatever he got from his benefit cheating, either it’s another legal aid scandal or somebody very shy of publicity is putting up the money for this.
      The government should be making McCord pay the costs of his failed litigation, and at the very least must have records.
      Are they in on a cover-up?


  • ross1948 21:37 on March 2, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Jim Alister TUV, ,   

    Ulster’s Internal Enemies Line Up – Against Christian Conscience! 

    TUV’s Jim Allister MLA rarely talks anything but sense.



    Read this – 

    The Finance Committee commission research in respect of issues arising from requirements on registrars to conduct same sex marriages with regard to their conscience and employment rights, human rights and religious beliefs. What protections exist and how the issue is addressed in other jurisdictions both in the British Isles and further afield.

    The issue was forced to a vote and the proposal was defeated by five votes to three with the Sinn Fein and the SDLP opposing the commissioning of research and the UUP chair, Steve Aiken, and DUP vice-chair, Paul Frew, supporting my proposal.

    This wasn’t an attempt to get protection for Christians. It was to ask someone to go off and write a paper about what protections existed in other places. The proposal wasn’t committing anyone to anything.

    It didn’t mean that by supporting it any one was expressing a view one way or the other. Yet the attempt to commission a committee research paper was defeated.

  • ross1948 20:53 on February 15, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , centenary, HM Queen Elizabeth visit to Stormont 2021, Jim Alister TUV, ,   

    God Save The Queen – From Lundy ‘Loyals!’ 

    It seems to be that only one loyalist party in Ulster is unequivocally loyal to the Crown!

    That’s the inescapable conclusion to be drawn from the exchange between Jim Allister, of TUV…



    …and the DUP, which is now back in ‘power’ – if one may accurately refer to being shackled to the alien Vermin Party –  Vermin Party Top Eire Election Polls – Who’s Surprised?  as ‘power!

    Jim sums up the response he got to a question about inviting HM The Queen to Ulster’s centenary celebrations in2022 as ‘ducking and diving.’



    And who can blame him, if you read the weasel words issued by Arlene Foster and her Deputy Dawg, Vermin Party leader Michelle O’Neill.


    Related image

    O’Neill, simpering with Blood-Beast Adams


    In the absence of any specific proposal by the Assembly for such an invitation, and taking into account the prohibition in Standing Order 19(2)(e) on hypothetical questions, we do not consider it appropriate to respond in the terms requested.”

    Exactly what’s hypothetical?

    The 100th anniversary is indisputable, 1921 – 2021.

    No matter disloyal dirt-bags don’t like it, it’s historical fact that the Ulster-Brits’ right to self-determination was put into effect a century ago next year!


    And Scotland’s devolved legislature got a royal address after only 20 years!

    HM, as the report notes, has also been to the Welsh Assembly, more than once.

    Key question – but I doubt it will get any kind of honest answer!

    Why is there such a reluctance to dodge an invitation for Her to address the Northern Ireland Assembly?” Mr Allister queried.

    PS – note to non-Ulster readers, the word ‘Lundy’ is trad slang for turncoat, from a 17th century fellow who let the loyal side down.
  • ross1948 18:40 on January 14, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Alex Maskey, , , Jim Alister TUV, , , ,   

    Collabos Cry Foul – ‘Putrid’ Sinn Fein Speaker Gets DUP Backing! 

    Well, boo-hoo-hoo!


    I’m surprised the SDLP’s Colum Eastwood didn’t  ‘do a May’ and break down blubbing in public, after he and his collabos digested a dose of realpolitik at Stormont this week!

    The mug had expected his fellow-disloyals in Sinn Fein to honour a ‘deal’ whereby some SDLP bint would become Speaker of the reactivated assembly.

    Instead, a scumbag with a record of Sinn Fein/IRA involvement named Alex Maskey…



    ….was put in a chair already tainted before Stormont was suspended several years ago.

    We wrote about THAT swine, Mitchel McLaughlin, last year.

    Mr. Speaker, Sir – You’re the Scum of the Earth! 

    No need for a re-introduction to Mitchel MacLaughlin, surely?

    But Alex Maskey?

    I’ll let TUV’s Jim Allister tell it like it is…


    Jim Allister

    the Sinn Fein mask slipped again when Alex Maskey tweeted:

    “Unfortunately it took more than the CRA [Civil Rights Association] to secure rights in the putrid little statelet NI”.

    “The many victims of IRA terrorism will be in no doubt as to what Maskey was referring to. Those Unionists who today are engaged with talks with Sinn Fein/IRA would do well to reflect upon the fact that Republicans are openly boasting of how far the IRA campaign of bombing and shooting got them… https://tuv.org.uk/the-maskey-slips/


    Meanwhile Sinn Fein are hotly denying there ever was a deal.

    So Eastwood put his trust in the political wing of a murder-gang?

    But why not, since he had collaborated with Sinn Fein and the other anti-Brexit bunch in Ulster in the recent General Election.

    But that’s his problem.

    It’s something else he added that made me grimace with dismay.

    “And of course the DUP supported it.”  https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-foyle-west-51089376

    As indeed they did with the previous Sinn Fein Speaker!

    No wonder the treason party is gloating…


    Powersharing deal creates ‘beachhead’ towards united Ireland – SF minister

  • ross1948 17:00 on December 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Hyde Park terror atrocity, Jim Alister TUV, Patrick Downey Pig-Traitor,   

    Traitor Downey Deserves Not Bankruptcy But An Abattoir! 

    One of the books I recommended for your holiday reading just a few hours ago…

    Good Reads For The Holidays! Two Recommendations 

    …is about a mild-mannered, peaceable British man whose loved ones were murdered by evil monsters.



    The law?

    Fettered by ‘rights’ rot, the legal system is a mess of inertia, no chance of justice, so the bereaved husband and father thereupon gave up on a low-key life-style and did what I hope any man in that position would do –

    – made it his mission to obliterate the killer scum from the face of the earth.

    That story leapt into my mind when I read about that filthy IRA pig Patrick Downey…


    OTR Sinn Fein pig, Patrick Downey – see the previous story here-

    UK – Dirty Deal With Terrorists Exposed! 

    …whom I’ve written about before but is currently back in the news.

    Patrick Traitor-Pig escaped justice in 2014 thanks to Blair’s sly sell-out process which culminated in the Bad Friday Dirty Deal.



    Like many other terrorist scum he was issued with a so-called “on-the-run letter,” which ensured that many Sinn Fein/IRA vermin went unpunished.

    However, last week a civil court ruling was made on Pig-Traitor’s involvement in the republicans’ Hyde Park mass-murder.

    Ulster Unionist notable Doug Beattie drew conclusions.


    Gambar terkait

    Ulster Unionist Doug Beattie

    Today, thanks to the perseverance of the victims’ families and their legal team in a civil case, a court of law has found that Downey was an active participant in that IRA bombing and the way is now clear for a damages claim to be made against him.”

    Quite true.

    But is it enough that there’s only a fond hope of a monetary penalty?

    Never mind that Pig-Traitor may or may not have few funds in his greasy pocket to pay up, if damages were to be awarded against him?

    As another prominent Ulster patriot leader, Jim Allister, of TUV, observed, “Downey should be facing a criminal court, not a civil one,” he continued. 


    “The fact that he is not is a great stain on the United Kingdom and a telling insight into just how perverse the peace process is.

    “This is the sort of crime which the powers that be gave out on-the-run letters for in order to advance the process. While innocent victims will rightly celebrate this victory, they will doubtlessly also reflect on how those who should have brought Downey to justice have failed them.”

    As always, Jim talks sense.

    Which brings me to muse some more on that work of fiction I wrote about, at the top of the page,

    • Billy King 17:12 on December 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      If only!
      A truly festive dream for Christmas Eve!


  • ross1948 00:41 on October 29, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Education Authority', , , Jim Alister TUV, Nelson McCausland DUP, , Sharon O'Connor, , Ulster schools   

    Even In Ulster! Pro-Decency Dissent Dismissed As ‘Frustrating!’ 

    I used to believe that, when all the realm had fallen into decadence, Ulster would still be hanging in there, flying the flag of decent values high.

    Image result for red hand ulster

    Not any longer!

    The man in the photo below, a former DUP local legislator, named Nelson McCausland, had the temerity to take a stand on the issue of trans-freak indoctrination in Ulster schools, and was subjected by a leftist vixen to a contemptuous and offensive put-down.


    Nelson McCausland
    Nelson  McCausland
    The so-called ‘Education Authority’ has just published their ‘guidelines’ on the issue of sexually maladjusted schoolchildren.

    The diktat instantly exposed their commitment to the ‘LGBT’ gaystapo ideology, by talking not about how it can help provide aberrant kids with therapy to remedy their problem but rather on ‘how schools should support’ them.

    Ominously, it refers to such matters as uniforms, use of toilets and changing rooms, naming and access to sports.’

    Will the ‘guidelines’ take their example from the USA?


    Hasil gambar untuk doug jones bathroom schools obama


    Or from Mexico, where..

    Boys can wear skirts if they want and girls can wear trousers if they want…”Mexico City drops gender-specific school uniforms


    Well, we all know where that’s heading!


    And so did Mr McCausland, who presented the clique with a personal statement, which sounds like good Ulster sense to me!

    ,“We are all aware that there are divergent views on the nature of transgenderism and concerns have been articulated by radical feminists, social conservatives and many academics as well as many who come from a faith-based perspective,” he said.

    However the development of this guidance has failed to take due cognisance of that diversity of viewpoints and is therefore flawed.”

    Noting that the diktat was composed in a gender affirming perspective…” he added that faith-based organisations were not represented on a Transgender Guidance Steering Group set up by the EA and were not consulted on the final guidance document.


    “The Inequalities Working Group received presentations from transgender organisations and from one principal from an LGBT affirming school but we did not hear from faith-based organisations.

    ‘Inequalities Working Group?’

    PC Cabal, more like!

    McCausland had a lot more to say, but you may read his criticisms for yourselves. The point is, he warned the elitist in-crowd that the guidance could be open to judicial review and a public consultation “would help avoid that possibility…”

    Public Consultation?

    OMG, letting normal parents raise concerns in an open and democratic manner!?!

    No way the arrogant ‘chairperson,’ a ghastly gabbling woman named Sharon O’Connor, was having any of that sort of thing!


    EA Chairperson, Sharon O'Connor.


    The uppity old bat ‘told Mr McCausland that the guidelines were already debated extensively and she considered he was “frustrating business,” according to the minutes of the meeting.’



    So if you politely, and with rational arguments, disagree with her pro-tranny dogmatic diktat, you’re “frustrating business?’


    When McCausland called for a vote on a public consultation, the only support he got was from another DUP man, whereas ten members of the cabal – sorry, board – voted against, while two more preferred to weasel out by abstaining.

    The Belfast Telegraph report concludes by telling all the parents among their readership that not only will there be no consultation but that the diktat, sorry, ‘guidelines,’ will now ‘apply to pre-schools, primary schools and post primary and special schools.


    Intrigued that such a specimen could have been put in charge of every school in Ulster, I checked back and found that questions had indeed been asked, in 2015, when she was given the job.

    Questions from a responsible spokesman for British Ulster’s traditional values, questions directed to a disloyal Sinn Feiner!

    Sure enough, Jim Alister hit the nail on the head!



    TUV leader Jim Allister asked Education Minister John O’Dowd of Sinn Féin if he was “playing the green card” by appointing Ms O’Connor…


    Mr O’Dowd angrily objected to the question….

    Surprise, surprise!

    How for Heaven’s Sakes did a disloyal get to be Education Minister? 

    That’s another question!

    Mr Allister asked the minister why he had decided to appoint someone whom he alleged had “no education background”.

    He said that on the day she left her existing post, she would get “a £250,000 golden handshake” and then walk into a public appointment.

    Image result for parent power

    Time for Ulster to fight, again!

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