Well then, it is nice to be able to post again on the sort of topics that I know ATW readers enjoy!
I see that images of violence once more set the standard for the shiny bright new post appeasement Northern Ireland;
Eight police officers have been injured and 12 people arrested following clashes between loyalists and riot police in Belfast. Trouble began in the city when a crowd that was blocking the road attacked a van after its driver had attempted to drive through a loyalist roadblock. Police said an attempt had been made to hijack the van. Senior officers have appealed to loyalists planning to protest in Belfast city centre later not to do so.
Such violence and burning of private property is SHAMEFUL.
Loyalists opposed to new restrictions on flying the union flag at Belfast city hall have been holding protests across Northern Ireland all week after the city council voted to fly the union flag on designated days.
I wonder what role opportunistic paramilitaries are playing here?
On Friday, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited the city and condemned the violence.
Big deal. She is an appeaser of the men of violence and was happy to embrace IRA godfather McGuinness even as she spoke her words of “peace.” How many people lost relatives to HIS IRA?
Her comments came before Friday night clashes that left six police officers hurt in the Crumlin Road and Ligoneil Road area of north Belfast, with two more injured in Shaftesbury Square near the city centre. Among those arrested was a boy aged 13.
WHAT sort of parents allow such a young person to riot? The quality of parenting is shocking.,
Look, here is my view on this issue. The flying of the Union Flag over City Hall in a major UK capital city should not be a problem. But it is. Why? Because Irish republicans want to see it come down for good. I do not blame them for this since that is their toxic political ideology. The people I blame are all those Unionists, and in particular the DUP, who sit in power with the IRA’s proxies but act ever so surprised when Sinn Fein do what they do.
Here’s the bottom line for slow witted unionist frogs;
“The Scorpion and the Frog is a fable about a scorpion asking a frog to carry him across a river. The frog is afraid of being stung during the trip, but the scorpion argues that if it stung the frog, the frog would sink and the scorpion would drown. The frog agrees and begins carrying the scorpion, but midway across the river the scorpion does indeed sting the frog, dooming them both. When asked why, the scorpion explains that this is simply its nature”