Well then, I was very happy to see that IRA/Sinn Fein – the organised terrorist hypocrisy so beloved of the UK media – has had a disastrous result in the Irish Election. It looks like they will end up with NO advance whatsoever in terms of gained seats, and this is very good news indeed. Given the timing of devolution day in Northern Ireland – when these grinning monsters entered the government of Northern Ireland – the plan was that this would help push forward their prospects in the southern election. But – whoops – it didn’t happen and the Adams family are in shock this morning. Where did it all go wrong?
It is reported that…
The party’s representation in the Dáil was down at least one seat after a high-profile loss in Dublin and the failure to capture several other heavily targeted seats.
The interesting question is why do the electorate in the south mostly REJECT the Provo-spawn, whereas nationalists in the North just love ’em? Might it be that thirty five years of bombing and murder carried out by IRA/Sinn Fein in Northern Ireland have softened up and morally bankrupted a large section of the electorate here whereas there has been no such concomitant situation in the Republic? Also, constitutional instability in Northern Ireland only encourages insurrection whereas a settled constitution in the Republic leaves marginal room for those who advocate revolution.