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

    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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    • 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 20:00 on August 17, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Defund!, Feile An Phobail, , TUV, Wolfe Tones   

    Feile An Phobail? Scum Flaunting IRA Fealty! Defund! 


    You may have read about the Belfast Scum-Fest aka ‘Feile An Phobail,’ where a mob of low-lifes were led in pro-terrorist chants by a variety of vermin on the stage.

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    The Wolfe Tones once again led a huge crowd in pro-IRA chanting during their climactic set at the West Belfast Festival last night.

    https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/crime/irish-republican-rebel-band-wolfe-tones-lead-giant-belfast-crowd-in-singing-up-the-ra-on-the-same-night-as-singing-give-peace-a-chance-3805755

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    Obviously, the police should have made mass-arrests, but we’re talking about the PSNI, not the RUC…

    Gunfire In Ulster – Terrorists Not Yet Arrested? Answers, Please, PSNI… 

    ….though IMHO, the good old B Specials would be perfect for that kind of work.


    However, in the absence of any serious interest by the UK Government in hammering terrorist undesirables, we –

    …. yes, you and I, dear readers…

     – can do our bit..

     

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    …by demanding that the Scum-Fest be defunded.

    Read an extract from the ‘Statement by TUV North Belfast’s Ron McDowell:’
    “. Far from there being an apology for the gross offence caused by the pro-terrorist and racist chanting at the event, organisers have doubled down defending the Wolfe Tones because they are popular and making no comment on the fact that a group which headlined another concert at the festival unveiled a mural depicting an attack on a PSNI Land Rover.
    “On Monday TUV wrote to the Arts Council, the Lottery and Belfast Council asking:
    i) what funding Feile An Phobail revived;
    ii) the conditions under which the funding was released;
    iii) the purpose for which the funding was awarded;
    iv) if there will be an attempt to recover any of the funding;
    v) what assurances were sought and received that there would be no repeat of the celebration of terrorism which has marked this event in previous years prior to funding being released and
    vi) what has been the total amount of funding awarded to Feile An Phobail in each of the past five years.
    “We also wrote to the Charity Commission yesterday….

    NB…all of you who live in The Old Country, should email that Charity Commission

    …demanding defunding!

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    … pointing out that trustees of the Festival are required to “take immediate steps to dissociate the charity from any activity that may give, or appear to give, support to terrorism or terrorist activity”.
    Today’s statement clearly fails to do that. The status of Feile An Phobail as a charity must, therefore, now be in question.
    “Nothing that happened should have come as a surprise given behaviour over a number of years.
    “Funders, both private and public, need to withdraw from this event as do political and media figures who give the f
    estival a veneer of respectability
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    PS.
    Don’t forget this lot either, urging an end to all cooperation with the Scum-Fest!

    No Support For IRA Terror!

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    An email to each takes only minutes of your time!

    Tourism NI  https://www.tourismni.com/contact-us/

    Translink

    https://www.translink.co.uk/feedback

    Arts Council of Northern Ireland

    http://artscouncil-ni.org › news › contactus
     
    • Billy King 21:34 on August 17, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      All this Sinn Fein lying propaganda about peace and togetherness is shown up when they get together and we see them for what they are. The war never ended and we all know it.

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  • ross1948 17:22 on August 16, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Newtownhamilton, , TUV   

    Genocide Threat Against Brits, Echoing Top Politician 


    Only a couple of weeks ago, we highlighted the bare-faced readiness, by Sinn Fein’s top dog ( or bitch, up to you!) O’Neill, to embrace the bogus justification of murder.

    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 with Michelle O’Neill – ’tis McDonald holds to the same terrorist propaganda line that –‘…it was necessary…to take up arms against the British state

    Now that evil mentality is echoing in a British community not long ago targetted by Sinn Fein/IRA terror gangsters.

    TUV Newry and Armagh spokesman Keith Ratcliffe reminds us how the Protestant community of Newtownhamilton was subjected to a campaign of ethnic cleansing by Irish Republicans for over 30 years….

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    justification of sectarian slaughter, be that by Ms O’Neill, at the West Belfast Festival or on a road, is becoming the norm inside Nationalism.

    This is not only deeply offensive and retraumatising for victims but is resulting in present day threats to the lives of every man, woman and child in the Protestant community who live in this part of Northern Ireland. It’s dangerous.

    It’s wrong. It has to stop.
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    “This is a very sinister message to the Protestant community and deserves to be utterly and universally condemned.
    We call on all political representatives and indeed the wider Newtownhamilton community, to not only call out this specific hate crime but unequivocally condemn the campaign of sectarian slaughter waged by Republican terrorists.
    Make no mistake. That is the background to this graffiti.”
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    Solidarity with Ulster’s True Brits!
     
    • Billy King 20:22 on August 16, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      The TUV man’s not wrong. With Brussels on Dublin’s side, Sinn Fein are bolder every day and mark my words, genocide is still their dream option.

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  • ross1948 18:29 on June 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Mairead Farrell, , Traitor vandals, TUV,   

    Gibraltar 88 OK! Thanks, Ratbags, For The Memory! 



    While it’s undoubtedly true, what decent Ulster British folk are saying, that the sectarian stunts by an obscure vermin-gang who describe themselves ( using a foreign tongue ) as Lasair Dhearg…

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    …‘clearly indicate that British identity would never be respected in a United Ireland…

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    Lasair Dhearg members ‘renamed’ QUB after former student and IRA member Mairéad Farrell.

    Vermin Vandals  ‘Honour’ Vermin Vixen

    and, as TUV leader Jim Allister pointed out, glorify cowardly scum  like those who ‘brought us such heroic blows for freedom as Bloody Friday, when multiple car bombs brought terror to Belfast and blew 14-year-old Stephen Parker and Catholic mother-of-seven Margaret O’Hare into eternity along with seven others….

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    Sinn Fein/IRA

    “Yards from where [QUB lecturer] Edgar Graham was shot six times they erected a sign to a member of the organisation which gunned him down.” https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/politics/council/anger-republicans-rename-qub-after-ira-terrorist-mairead-farrell-university-removed-act-vandalism-soon-after-2893268

    …yes, despite the malevolent message sent by the vandals as to what their goal would mean for those unwillingly coerced into an alien republic, forced to live under the hated Eire flag…

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    …., let us briefly savour the memory of the excellent event that occurred in Gibraltar all those years ago.

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    We have, on our blog, made occasional references to that very satisfactory event, usually in the contemporary context…

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    …of praising Densus 88, Indonesia’s special anti-terrorist police detachment, who have taken out numerous jihadist savages, brutes just as evil as the traitor Mairead Farrell, after whom the Lasair Dhearg vermin want to rename Queen’s University…

    Jakarta Echoes of Gibraltar – How Dare You Kill Terrorists?

     …one of the trio of Sinn Fein/IRA turds intent on murder, who were taken out by SAS heroes!

    Can you recall where you were when that brilliant operation hit the headlines?

     
    • Billy King 19:07 on June 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Ah, that was a grand day, Ross, three of them nailed.
      But remember what they did after that! Those two poor corporals, murdered by a mob of cowards?
      How many of the murderers are sitting around council chanbers now, or in Stormont?
      If Major and Blair had just a wee bit of courage, stood firm instead of doing their sly deals, things could have been so different!

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  • ross1948 16:06 on April 27, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ’civil rights’ treason, Declan Kearney, Dromore Ulster, , TUV   

    Three Cheers For The Man From Dromore! 


    I like it when somebody does a job I was getting around to but hadn’t quite gotten around to!

    All the more when it’s somebody from Dromore…Dromore Cathedral, Dromore

    Dromore Cathedral, looking maybe much the same as when my forebears left for Canada!

    …an Ulster town from which some of my ancestors migrated to Ontario nearly 200 years ago!

    So I hope Mr. Samuel Morrison will not mind that I’m offering my readers a brief extract from his ‘letter to the editor’ in response to a Sinn Fein scumbag named Declan Kearney…

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    Kearney

    ….whose typically hypocritical rant(See here: Coronavirus: SF’s Declan Kearney blasted for ‘bonkers’ article on ‘capitalist greed’ during crisis) angered every decent Brit in Ulster earlier this month.

    Mr. Morrison ends his chapter-and-verse demolition of the scurvy disloyal by observing that –

    The IRA had no difficulty taking human life to cause economic damage to further its all-Ireland agenda.

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    And today Mr Kearney has the gall to claim that Unionists are putting the economy ahead of human life.

    Samuel Morrison, TUV, Dromore, Co Down

    https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/opinion/letters/let-us-not-forget-iras-attitude-toward-human-life-and-northern-irelands-economy-2549559

    PS

    Whilst checking the background, I did find something useful that Kearney has done – he owned up to the truth that most Ulsterfolk knew from the start, that the so-called ‘Civil Rights’ movement in Ulster was infected with the treason virus from its earliest days.

    Republicans were involved. The IRA and the Sinn Féin leaderships encouraged their activists to organise and to campaign under the umbrella of the civil rights movement, alongside other democrats other political activists – human rights activists, communists and trade unionists.

    “So, the role of republicanism was central to the emergence of the civil rights movement along with many others.”

    BBC   18 Feb., 2018

    Inevitably, old ‘civil rights’ ratbags like Bernadette McAliskey uttered furious denials.

    McAliskey, nee Devlin

    Incidentally, I was once within six feet of her, in a pub, but being a gentleman, even in my wild youth, I didn’t break my rule never to offer violence to any woman.

    Though she deserved it!

     
    • Billy King 17:41 on April 27, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I have cousins in Dromore. So we could be related!
      The TUV man there did a grand job, and you too with that extra information about the civil rights conspiracy.
      So close to Devlin? Pity you are such a gent, Ross.

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  • ross1948 21:16 on August 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , TUV, Ulster police   

    Will Ulster’s Cops Nab IRA Braggart Swine? 


    We need to wait and see if the PSNI do ‘ bring to justice’ the slimy IRA slug…

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    ….who rang in to a local talk show boasting of his “terrorist exploits.”

    Jim Allister of TUV has called for the police to track down ‘Eamonn from Derry’ who ‘wished he’d killed more people.’

     “The fine line between probing journalism and providing a platform for the rewriting of history was, I fear, crossed on the Nolan Show…

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    “The narrative that the British Army’s actions spawned and justified the Provisional IRA is straight out of the Provo manual. No one was forced to be a terrorist. Eamonn – if that is his real name – chose to be a terrorist. If he murdered, he chose to murder – consciously and deliberately.” https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/latest-news/jim-allister-psni-must-bring-nolan-show-pira-terrorist-to-justice-1-9036253

    Absolutely correct.

    The disloyal vermin of Sinn Fein/IRA had various possible non-violent options if they felt they had to express their whines…

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    terrorism

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    ….but they opted for murder, of men, women and children, both in British Ulster and on the British mainland.

    In this, they were aided and abetted by Eire’s evil judges…

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    …who refused repeatedly to hand over Sinn Fein/IRA’s vile wanted men, and women, who were afforded safe haven in the alien and hostile republic across the border.

    Next time you see Varadkar staging one of his anti-British, anti-Brexit tantrums, remember that!

    Meanwhile, further to Jim’s comments, above, will the Police Service of Northern Ireland, who have recently been picking on loyal Brits…   

    Ulster – Cops Cower From Disloyal Thuggery Threats! 

     

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    Who’s ‘Offended’ By ‘Support Soldier F?’ Scumbags! 

    …while leaving republican scum alone, get after the terrorist tv boaster?

    We wait, impatiently, to see.

     
  • ross1948 16:59 on July 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , RUzc, , , TUV,   

    Who’s ‘Offended’ By ‘Support Soldier F?’ Scumbags! 


    Good on ya, Jim!

    As so often, I’m cheering on Jim Allister, Ulster patriot leader and his TUV party.

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    Jim has declared that it’s “bizarre” that police may be spending resources looking into Soldier F banners, while apparently failing to probe the many illegal terror monuments around the country.

    https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/crime/tuv-queries-psni-s-soldier-f-banner-investigations-1-8995969

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    A Soldier Support Banner on the Lisburn Road in Belfast.
    A Soldier Support Banner on the Lisburn Road in Belfast.
     
    • Stu Browne 19:35 on July 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I support Soldier F.

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    • Gore Briggs 21:44 on July 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Scumbags and those ‘mourning’ them!
      For ‘mourners’ please see the sort of ‘mourners’ as in the Shinner mob that murdered British soldiers near Milltown cemetery, thirty or more years ago wasnt it?

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    • Gore Briggs 22:15 on July 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I’m not offended by anybody who supports HM Armed Services.
      I am offended by Sinn Fein’s refusal to condemn IRA terrorism.

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    • Mairi Colston 17:39 on July 25, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Soldier F is a hero among the people I. Know and work with..
      It’s unjust what they are doing to him.
      You are a friend to Ulster, I can see from other things you write about.
      I’m sending you another petition so if you have room for it, give it a wee plug, please.

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  • ross1948 18:29 on May 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Terrorist bombers, TUV,   

    Ulster Jim Calls Out Vile Sinn Fein Vermin! 


    Remember that evil Anderson woman we wrote about a year or more ago?

    That ugly Sinn Fein shrew, Martina Anderson MEP?

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

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

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    She was well and truly put in her place, and in her true constitutional context, by TUV’s admirable leader, Jim Allister, during an Ulster tv Brexit debate last week.

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    Jim loudly reminded viewers of Martina Anderson’s despicable terrorist record.

    The Sinn Fein scumbag got her knickers in a twist when the TUV hero, who is, like her, a candidate in the Euro-Election on the 23rd May, said-

    “Don’t you talk to me about democracy – you set out with the bomb and the bullet…you are a vicious bomber!

    The bitch went loopy at that point and accused Jim of ‘getting in her face,’ a destination no man without a white stick would wish to draw nigh!

    What a pity more of Britain’s elected representatives would follow the Allister example and confront Sinn Fein/IRA vermin whenever the opportunity arises…

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    …rather then continue to perpetuate the sell-out sequence launched by Major and exemplified by Bliar.

    PS – the sad part is that Anderson is likely to win a seat and Jim is not, because the UK government rigged the voting system when MEP direct elections were introduced years back.

    Instead of sharing the same electoral system as used in Scotland, England and Wales, in a discriminatory move against Ulster, different rules were put in place..

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    ….SPECIFICALLY to ensure that the disloyal minority – Eire’s Fifth Column, would ALWAYS win one of Ulster’s three MEP seats.

     

     
    • Billy King 20:51 on May 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Lovely! That picture of her is just lovely.
      Jim is a grand fellow and she is an ugly wicked woman.

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  • ross1948 20:33 on January 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , TUV   

    Ulster Jim Demolishes Bogus ‘Need’ For Backstop! 


    Trust TUV’s Jim Allister to square up to the Europhiliacs!

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    Even within the space of one newspaper article –

    https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/brexit-jim-allister-says-no-deal-now-best-option-for-northern-ireland-1-8743188

    – he successfully demolishes the May-niac case for the Brussels Backstop, which as we know is a construct created by –

    A   – Eire’s expansionist ambitions to undermine British Ulster and detach it from the rest of the UK

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    and

    B – EuroCommissars’ determination to punish Britons for their referendum vote in favour of reclaiming self-government.

    If you read what Jim says, you’ll find the TUV leader’s unvarnished optimism and his clear-sighted arguments extremely refreshing.

     
  • ross1948 00:02 on July 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , countess markievicz, , , , picture exhibition, , , TUV   

    ‘Distasteful?’ Damnable, Honouring Cop-Killer Countess! 


    It might have been better to disinter the treasonous vixen and place her skull on a pike on London Bridge.

    Better for sure than to place Countess Markievicz’ portrait in the Parliament of the realm she waged war on.

    Inclusion of Sinn Fein MP’s portrait in Westminster exhibition branded …

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    Madame Markievicz played a leading role in the 1916 Easter Rising and was elected an MP in 1918.
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    This woman murdered an unarmed police officer.

    For the Speaker of Eire’s legislature to graciously donate it for a House of Commons exhibition is surely a calculated insult.

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    More importantly, who on the British side authorised its acceptance?

    Born in London to upper-crust parents, she married a Polish ‘Count’ of debatable nobility, hence her title, but she evidently absorbed neither sense nor sensitivity from her Polish connection.

    Poland, after all, was struggling for self-determination, while the spouse of the ‘Count’ was a fanatical participant in a movement – Sinn Fein –  sworn to deny self-determination to the British people of Ulster.

    The excuse for the current inclusion of the Sinn Fein bitch’s picture in the Westminster display is that she was the first woman elected as an MP.

    But she never took the oath! She never sat in the Commons!

    In fact she served in the Dublin Government after the separatists took Southern Ireland out of the UK.

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    The infamous De Valera was there when she died in 1927, and gave a eulogy at her burial – much as he paid his condolences in 1945 on the death of Adolf Hitler.

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    As Jim Alister of TUV sensibly observed-“She never made any impact in the Commons, she never went to the Commons, so I don’t think it’s appropriate given that circumstance.”

    https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/inclusion-of-sinn-fein-mp-s-portrait-in-westminster-exhibition-branded-distasteful

    SEND IT BACK!!

     
    • Billy King 00:28 on July 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Good for you, Ross.
      A lot of our politicians here are having a go at them in Dublin that sent the picture to London, but the real villain as you say is whoever agreed to put it on show in our House of Commons.
      It’s not even the real painting, just a copy.
      Burn the bloody thing.

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    • Hannelor 16:02 on July 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Maas is like a nazi himself, he hates us if we vote against his red party and he likes the foregn illegals more than us.
      Von Stauffenberg had good ideas for saving Germany from dangerous leaders.
      We need a new Von Stauffenberg today.

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    • Jacko 18:31 on July 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Use it for a darts target.
      Those MPs have a big free bar in their House, dont they, so there must be a darts board.

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