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  • ross1948 00:46 on November 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    UUP Puts Alliance On The Spot! Watch ‘Em Wriggle! 

    Alliance needs to say whether it backs united Ireland or the Union: Aiken.  

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    Ulster Unionist leader calls on Naomi Long to ‘get off fence’ on constitutional question



    The UUP’s Steve Aiken is asking a question that should have been put forcefully to the APNI years ago, but good on him for asking it, even if belatedly.

    However, methinks the answer, though never voiced out loud by Alliance, is crystal clear. In the past, when it was a puny power in the land, perhaps it didn’t matter.

    Nowadays, however, it has notable, and noisy, members in both the Stormont Assembly and at Westminster, with that Naomi Long MP the best known.


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    Naomi Long


    And it’s her I refer to when I aver that Alliance has made its disloyalty plain.

    We first got the message when APNI voted for restriction of the flying of their country’s flag at Belfast City Hall.

    That was in 2012, and then,  just a year or so ago, we took careful note when James Brokenshire, then Northern Ireland Secretary, ruled out joint authority over Northern Ireland between the British and Irish governments if the parties fail to reach a deal after elections that now appear inevitable.

    As I commented at the time, “Brokenshire’s readiness to talk sense in the face of shrilling from Eire’s Fifth Column has flushed out the disloyalty of another phoney ‘moderate’ clique, the Alliance Party.”  Ulster Votes – Wisely


    Northern Ireland secretary James Brokenshire.
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    Brokenshire’s criticism of the Public Prosecution Service’s pursuit of former British army soldiers involved in Troubles-related killings means he can no longer be regarded as an objective figure in the talks that will follow Stormont assembly elections on 2 March, Naomi Long told the Guardian.

    Again, I repeat what I said about that!

    “The HELL with being ‘objective’ if that means splitting the difference between those loyal to HM The Queen and those who long to live under the alien Eire tricolour.”


    sod that


    This woman thinks patriots and traitors are of equal worth?

    If that’s the case, her disregard for the basic principle of allegiance indicates that she and her APNI comrades would be just as at ease in the Dail as in Stormont.


    Mind you, one sometimes has the impression that certain ‘unionists’ would be prepared to accept absorption of Ulster into Eire if a ‘border poll’ went the wrong way.

    No nation – large or small – should be prepared thus to go quietly into the night.

    If Ulster Brits ever do get out-voted, no way should they accept oblivion.

    RE-PARTITION would be the honourable, and entirely legitimate, response, preserving a homeland for the Ulster nation.

  • ross1948 10:38 on March 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Neither Forgive Nor Forget Eire’s Malevolence! 

    Congratulations to Ulster Unionist MLA Steve Aiken, who has told the truth, that ‘politicians in Dublin have “racked up tensions” over Brexit. ‘

    Naming the noisome pair who have stuck their aggressive noses across the border into British affairs, and not just on Brexit, I might add…


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    Eire’s Act Of War? Limp-Wrist Leo Stamps A Mincing Foot! 

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

    ….he identified ‘Leo Varadkar and his Tánaiste’ (why does the BBC use an alien language when they mean ‘Deputy Prime Minister’ – they don’t describe Merkel as the German ‘Kanzlerin?’) Simon Coveney as the bad neighbours who  had been “unhelpful…on many occasions they have racked up tensions that did not deserve to be there”.


    He was speaking at Westminster, to MPs on the Commons  Northern Ireland Committee.

    Given the number of friends that Ulster’s enemies have in the House of Commons…



    Comrade Corbyn with Blood-Beast Adams.

    …it’s good to know there are voices heard there that represent decent loyal citizens.

    • David Dunn 10:53 on March 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Most people in Ulster would agree with Steve Aiken about this.
      They would agree with your point on that language issue too. I’ve noticed that before, how the BBC discriminates against other countries, only using foreign words for political titles when it is the Dublin government involved.
      That should stop.
      Of all the countries in the world, Eire is Britain’s worst enemy.
      Why should the BBC show them special treatment?


      • Andy Fyfe 20:08 on March 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        I have been looking through the media and not very many of them follow the BBC fashion of regaling us with that foreign language when they report on The Dublin Mob.
        I wouldn’t object if they use Scottish Gaelic or Welsh. They are British languages, have been longer than English.
        I do mind when they use a language that a hostile country claims, even though most of its people don’t ever use it.


    • Billy King 19:07 on March 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Aiken is right, and so is David that commented before me.
      Dublin just wants their boot on our neck!


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