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  • ross1948 23:49 on May 13, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , split vote, , Ulster elections   

    UKIP Shows The Way – Ulster Unity Against Treason Parties! 

    UKIP deserves congratulations for not standing in Ulster’s constituencies.

    “We would advise everyone to exercise their democratic right to vote in this election by voting for those pro Brexit candidates and for pro Union parties.


    UKIP poster looks at the Channel, but Ulster’s border should be reinforced too!


    “Use your vote wisely by ensuring you record your vote and that of your family and friends. Remember our enemies will use this election as a head count to call for a Border referendum.”


    UKIP did poorly across the water last time around, and it would be imprudent, when they are up against it on the mainland, to be fighting good British patriots in the unionist parties, of whom I’d personally recommend TUV as the most determined in its resistance to the mockery of democracy known as ‘power-sharing.

    TUV too is showing sense, fighting just one seat.

    Unlike the European ‘Parliament’ elections, Westminster seats are contested on the traditional British ‘first-past-the-post’ system, no transferable votes.



    • There is much to be said for both electoral systems, but what is outrageous, and always has been, is the way Ulster suffers discrimination in this regard, all other Brits voting the regular UK system, while from Larne to Londonderry the ‘transfer’ method was imposed, quite unashamedly for the purpose of giving the disloyal minority advantage they’d not get anywhere else in the realm.

    • But that’s another story.

    • There are 18 seats in Ulster. A few are near rock-solid British, so there the patriots can afford the luxury of splitting the vote, hence the TUV, the DUP and the UUP all fielding candidates in North Antrim.

    • But in others, there’s a serious danger of a divided British vote letting in the treason party, and by that I mean both the evil forces of Sinn Fein/IRA…

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    An Unholy Trinity, Out To Get Ulster –

    Blood-Beast Adams, Eire leader Albert Reynolds, and SDLP’s Hume

    …AND the SDLP, which was once ‘moderate’ but since the days of that self-righteous prig John Hume, SDLP has never shrunk from the so-called ‘pan-nationalist’ rapprochement with Blood-Beast Adams and his terrorist comrades.

    However, it’s too late to urge a re-think.

    Nominations have closed, and all that honest loyal Brits can do is arithmetic!

    Study previous elections, see who is best placed to beat the republican ratbags, and vote early.

  • ross1948 23:21 on May 9, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    DUP Does Just Fine, Despite Gaystapo Ranting! 

    First response to the Ulster results?



    • Well done to Jim Allister, back in Stormont, representing his Traditional Unionist Values party, a small but invaluable element in the politics of the province.


    But while  the overall picture remains  largely similar to what it was before the vote, there’s one other pleasing result to note. 

    It was a good election for the DUP, with Arlene Foster seeing her party’s support hold firm in her first campaign as leader.


    • “I’m absolutely elated,” she said last night. “We’ve had some very strong results.”
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    I have been critical of the DUP quite frequently, but to give credit where it’s due, they did save Ulster from the offensive absurdity of so-called ‘gay weddings’ not long ago.

    As a consequence of that principled stand, the militant poofter lobby in the province had announced there’d be a menacing mincing mobilisation

    Northern Ireland gay community mobilises against DUP candidates …

    That report described how irate homos aimed to get voters in their communities to make use of the proportional representation system for the Stormont assembly and vote tactically to keep DUP candidates out.


    • They are also urging the gay electorate to vote against other unionist candidates who have blocked marriage equality.


    Well, ho-ho-ho!

    Not only did the DUP emerge in good shape, the largest party in the assembly, but, as mentioned above, TUV’s True-Blue Jim has bounced back with a very healthy vote, all the better to maintain his staunch opposition to the gaystapo’s unhealthy agenda. 


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