As Theresa May just said “We will form the next government. With the Conservative & the Ulster Unionist party”

Don’t vote these two fools into government!

Theresa May & Arlene Foster, a very dangerous leaision which could end ‘power sharing’ in the North of Ireland (Northern Ireland). Between Sinn Féin & the DUP. If the Tory’ s do, do a deal with the DUP, then Sinn Féin could pull out of talks as: “They don’t trust The Secretary of State for (Northern Ireland), North of Ireland. And can claim he favours the DUP over Sinn Féin in the talks to restore power to Stormont and can not be mpartial during upcoming negotiations.

Two Terrorist Supporters elected as MPs Emma ‘Little’ Pengelly (MP) and Gavin Robinson (MP).

Emma ‘Little’ Pengelly MP endorsed by the UDA and her father was a gun-runner into the Northof Ireland (Northern Ireland).
Gavin Robinson (MP) endorsed by the UDA. Ulster Defense Army. A Loyalist grouping in the North of Ireland (Northern Ireland).

And now talk of Sinn Féin talking of taking their seats in Westminster to defeat the Tory party and try and stop Brexit.

Now as the picture shows it’s now time for an Ulster Border Poll ! The so-called NIMFNI can’t argue with that. The green shows how much of the border Sinn Féin hold. Don’t believe the lies peddled by the Northern Ireland’s Home Secretary of State James Brokenshire (North of Ireland), there is no such place called (Northern Ireland), James Brokenshire, he is a lier and a fraud. He is ‘NOT’ telling the English electerate the whole truth truth.
Gerry Adams (T.D.) And President of Sinn Féin
James Brokenshire (on the left), Secetary of State for Northern Ireland (North of Ireland) not trusted by the Catholic community in the North of Ireland. With Theresa May (middle) and leader of the DUP, Arelene Foster, on the right

Arlene Foster now holds the playing cards but there is still two very difficult questions for her answer. “How can she work both deals”

Arlene Foster standing side by side with a terrorist’s daughter, Emma ‘Little’ Pengally, whose father Noel Little, a convicted gun-runner into the North of Ireland. In France but you won’t see that on the news. BBC, (False News).

(1) In the negotiations Here in the North of Ireland. Where there is no government?

(2) In the negotiations in England where the Tories are “up shit creak without a paddle.”?

The Loyalist Terrorist magazine who endorsed the DUP and threatened to shoot anyone who voted for the Alliance party. The Alliance party went to lose its only seat in Westminster.

She even went on to speak in Irish using the words “Sin É” pronounced in English as (Shin A) meaning “That’s it”.

Jackie McDonald, Commander-in-Charge of the UDA. Who Arlene Foster meet only days after a brutal murder was carried out by his organisation the SEA UDA.

This could not only force another re-election in the North of Ireland, but also another re-election in England, Scoland & Wales.

It would be a complete disaster for the Conservite’s and the DUP, here in the North of Ireland (Northern Ireland). The English people as a nation need to watch their backs. Don’t trust a Tory and don’t trust ‘The DUP’!

The Headlines in the News Letter. One of the best selling Protestant newspapers in the North of Ireland (Northern Ireland).

In 2015, The DUP built it’s election campaign around the idea that that it’s MPs might be Kingmakers at Westminster. Their posters bore the a the slogan “More Votes. More Seats. More Influence. More for Northern Ireland”. When David Cameron won his majority, that strategy was quietly forgotten.

Arlene Foster, The Kingmakers. If the English trust this party. Only God can help them. Would you trust her?
Theresa May, Prime Minister for England. Would you trust her?

“While I was writing this it was confirmed that the DUP has reached a deal with the Tory party. A DUP Source said: “We want there to be a government. We have worked well with May. The Alternative is intolerable. For as long as Corbyn leads Labour, We will ensure there’s a Tory P.M.” was written in the: The guardian, Newspaper.

The Tories are now in very serious trouble the backbenchers are unhappy WIth the ‘New collation between the tory’s and the DUP.

Boris Johnson (left) and Teresa May (right) could be facing a leadership challenge.

But come on be honest, by you looking at a picture like that (picture below). Would you trust Boris Johnson? Honestly? because I wouldn’t.

Boris ‘The Fool’ Johnson, showing everyone how English he really is. Would you trust him to run a country?
Alliance Party leader Naomi Long who lost its seat in Westminster. After UDA loyalist terrorists threatened to shoot anyone who voted for them.

All 18 of the North of Ireland’s MPs have been confirmed with the SDLP and UUP losing their seats at Westminster.

Tom Elliot, who lost his Westminster seat to Sinn Féin’s Michelle Gildernew M.P.

The final result came in Fermanagh and South Tyrone where the UUP’s Tom Elliottlost to Sinn Féin’s Michelle Gildernew M.P.

Michelle Gildernew Westminer M.P. Fermanagh and South Tyrone, who took the seat of Tom Elliot (in the Purple).
The SDLP who lost there seats in Westminister.

Former SDLP Party Leaders Mark Durkan, Margaret Richie and Alasdair McDonnell were toppled in Foyle, South Down and Belfast South.

Former SDLP Party Leaders (from left to right) Alasdair McDonnell, Margaret Richie and Mark Durkan. Who all lost their Westminster seats.

In Foyle, Sinn Féin’s Elisha Mc Callion won by 169 votes after a recount.

Elisha Mc Callion Westminster M.P.

But that’s the position  the 10 newly returned MPs are in, despite Arlene Foster predicting it did “not look likely” at the campaign outset. And latter saying “It would be difficult to do a deal”.

Follow these link to find out more about the DUP: http://jewishnews.timesofisrael.com/ulster-israel-dup-ally/

Would you really trust any of the two of them? The former leader of the DUP & former Westminster M.P. Peter Robinson (who had no choice but resign) over the NAMA scandal where his son was taking bribes under the table. Along with the new leader of the DUP and now part of the new team to lead the British Tory government! The English must be on drugs? Our Therasa May is!

The DUP party has been criticised in the past for sharing platforms with representatives of loyalist paramilitaries.

Former M.P. For Westminister Rev William McCrea.

In 1996, former MP Rev William McCrea stood at Portadown rally alongside LVF leader Billy Wright (pictured below).

Former Westminister M.P. meeting LVF’s leader murderer Billy Wright nicknamed (King Rat) who was murdered in prison by members of the INLA.

The ruthless paramilitary group, which split from the UVF in 1996, was responsible for high-profile murders including the killing of Catholic taxi driver Michael McGoldrick.

LVF (Loyalist Volunteer Force), Guard of Honour watching over Billy Wright as he lies dead in his coffin. After being murdered by members of the INLA in the H.Blocks. Of Long Kesh.

In the mid-1980s the DUP also had close links with Ulster Resistance, set up in response to the Anglo-Irish Agreement.

Billy wright, nickname (King rat). Leader of the Loyalist LVF and responsible for dozens of murders across the North of Ireland.

The group was launched in 1986 at a rally in the Ulster Hall in Belfast addressed by then DUP leader Ian Paisley.

Ulster Resistance, which Noel Little, father  Emma ‘Little’ Pengelly, was a leading founder.

Peter Robinson, who at the time was his party’s deputy leader, was later photographed at another Ulster Resistance rally wearing a beret.

Former Leader of the DUP Peter Robinson on the left. Pictured here with Noel Little, third from the right and father of recently elected Westminister M.P. Emma ‘Little’ Pengelly.

The party cut ties with the group in 1987 when members were linked to arms finds.

The UVF (Ulster Volunteer Force) a Protestant/Loyalist, illegal, banned in the North of Ireland. Who have very close ties with the DUP.

The father of the DUP’s Emma Little Pengelly, who has just won the South Belfast seat, is Noel Little, a Co Armagh loyalist and founder of Ulster Resistance.

Noel Little, one of the founding members of Ulster Resistance and father of recently elected Westminster M.P. Emma ‘Little’ Pengally. And convicted gun-runner.

Little was one of three men arrested in Paris in 1989 in connection with a plot to exchange a missile stolen from Shorts for South African guns.

Above: former DUP leader Peter Robinson, second left, with Noel Little, fourth from left, at an Ulster Resistance rally.

After spending two years on remand the trio received suspended sentences and fines.

UFF (Ulster Freedom Fighters) a breakaway group and also claimed murders on behalf of the UDA.

The weapons they sought to procure were destined for the UVF, UDA and Ulster Resistance.

Arlene Foster Leader of the DUP pictured here with one of the Leaders of the UDA. Commander Dee Stitt.

In 2014 the DUP and other unionist parties were also criticised for joining the UVF-linked PUP in signing up to a ‘graduated response’ following the banning of an Orange Order parade in Ardoyne, north Belfast.

Ardoyne, North Belfast, notorious for Orange Order and Catholic rioting. Nearly every 12th of July.

The ‘graduated response’ later failed to materialise after the PUP, TUV and Ukip withdrew their support for the pan-unionist group amid allegations of “betrayal” over parading.

In June 2017 Arlene Foster was criticised over meeting a UDA leader just days after a breakaway faction of the paramilitary organisation was linked to a brutal murder.

Jackie McDonald, Leader of the UDA.

The DUP leader spoke with Jackie McDonald at a community office in the Taughmonagh area of south Belfast on Tuesday during canvassing ahead of next week’s general election.

Jackie McDonald UDA Chief

In February, before Assembly election, he urged voters to get behind Mrs Foster saying her “experience and dedication has helped bring about stability and prosperity.

Today’s look at what’s going on. By Claire Simpson. The Irish News….
The price the Conservatives will have to pay for getting into bed with the DUP is far from clear. But certainly concessions will have to be made.

What voters in Britain make of Tory ‘kingmakers’

This was tweeted by former Conservative Chancellor George Osborne and is quated as saying on the BBC “May is a dead woman walking”.

GIVEN how dear the DUP holds the union with Britain, relatively few people in the rest of the UK are familiar with the party and its policies.

As it became apparent on Friday that Theresa May planned to form a government with Arlene Foster’s party, social media was filled with contributors offering insights into Westminister’s ‘Kingmakers’.

Notably, in the relatively liberal social climate of England, Scotland and Wales, the DUP’s  conservative world view was highlighted in mostly pejorative terms.

Here’s a sample: Singer Paloma Faith tweeted: “DUP = awful: anti abortion anti LGBT rights anti woman’s rights and don’t believe in climate change. Very modern (sniff)”.

Left-leaning economist Richard Murphy, who has previously been vocal in his opposition to devolving corporation tax power’s to Stormont, said on Twitter: “If I had to choose a party to have undue influence over government the DUP would be the last barring UKIP. They’re a nightmare of prejudice.”

Environmentalist and Guardian columnist George Monbiot highlighted the links between the DUP and UDA, which just days ago added its voice to the Loyalist Communities Council statement urging voters to back Mrs Foster’s party at the polls. “I trust that The Daily Mail will now devote it’s first 13 pages to the #DUP’s associations with terrorism,” he tweeted.

Veteran Journalists and Channel 4 News anchorman Jon Snow tweeted: “One of the most extreme politicial entities in the British Isles, the 10 MPs of the DUP, is to wag the tail of Mrs May’s minority government.”

Former Liverpool footballer Stan Collymore posted an article from The Irish News which bore the headline ‘Arlene Foster has no regrets after being pictured with UDA Commander [Dee Stitt].

■DUP WHO?: The Photograph of Arlene Foster with Dee Stitt was commented on by footballer Stan Collymore on Twitter.

Under it the Talksport contributor wrote: “Come on Dacre and Murdoch and Hopkins and Robinson and Tories. Where’s your outrage now?”

Belfast-born former ITN foreign correspondent Andrea Catherwood tweeted: “Wait until you hear DUP’s views on homosexuality. They make Tim Farrin look like Peter Thatchell.”

Nick Timothy, one of Theresa May’sKay’s closest advisers. The man who really runnig Britain. Resigned at the weekend.

Some, however, such as columnist Polly Toynbee misinterpreted the DUP’s priorities. “DUP top priority will be soft border, saving Good Friday agreement and free movement across boundary. That absolutely rules out hard Brexit,” she tweeted.

Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill. Both resigned at the weekend.

Follow these links to find out more on the DUP: https://socialistworker.co.uk/art/44770/The+DUP+racist%2C+homophobic%2C+anti+abortion+bigots+with+a+history+of+violence

Follow this Link to find out more on the Alliance Party: https://ansionnachfionn.com/2017/02/28/the-socialist-party-anti-austerity-alliance-the-confederation-of-the-british-isles/

Follow this Link to find out more: https://www.thedetail.tv/articles/brexit-theresa-may-and-the-ulster-plantation?utm_source=mailinglist&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=165-brexit-theresa-may-and-the-ulster-planta

Follow this Link to find out more: http://www.irishnews.com/news/northernirelandnews/2017/06/01/news/arlene-foster-criticised-after-meeting-uda-leader-days-after-loyalist-murder-1041833/

With thanks to the: BBC, Irish News,

Reebok forced to “quickly” remove disgraceful t-shit featuring a map of Ireland with the North cut-out.

Sports fans fighting mad as shirt sells Ireland short….

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Irish Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC)

GLOBAL sports brand Reebok was last night forced  “quickly” to remove from sale a t-shirt featuring a map of Ireland with the North cut out.

As social media lit up with users expressing their anger at the garment, pictured above, – made to promote an Irish Ultimate Fighting Championship UFC) in Dublin this weekend – Reebok revealed there had been a “design error”.
The t-shirt was being sold online ahead of a UFC fighting event at Dublin’s 3 Arena on Saturday night, where the USA’s Dustin Poirier will face Donegal’s Joe Duffy.
Fans took to Twitter to express their anger and confusion at the t-shirt which simply featured the words ‘Ireland UFC’ and a map of Ireland, with the north cut out.
UFC, which features opponents taking part in mixed martial arts fights, has a strong following in Ireland, with popularity to growing.
Reebok came under fire yesterday from fans as images of the t-shirt appeared on social media sites.

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One Twitter user wrote: “Everybody can have their own beliefs regarding Ireland as a Nation. But a company like Reebok should never release a shirt like that.” Another commented: “The new     #UFCDublin   t-shirt. Errrr”. A spokesman for Reebok yesterday said: “The shirt was a design error in the global product development team. We are moving as quickly as possible to remove it entirely”.
With many thanks to: Maire Louise McConville, The Irish News.
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Loyalists troll Twelfth TV documentary teen

A TEENAGER has been bombarded with threatening and abusive messages from loyalist internet trolls after appearing in a BBC documentary about the Twelfth. Tania Lavery was forced to delegate her Twitter account after receiving a barrage of of offensive messages including death threats and rape threats.

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The 19-year-old took part in the BBC Three show Petrol Bombs and Peace: Welcome 🙂 mentto Belfast which focused on Twelfth of July tensions in the north of the city. One alarming image posted following the broadcast on Monday evening attempted to identify her Ardoyne home. Ms Lavery’s experience comes amid increasing concern over Twitter trolls – people who send abusive messages using the social network – threatening rape and violence against women. Labour MP Stella Crash is among a host of high-profile recent targets. Earlier this week it also emerged that 14-year-old Leicestershire scoolgirl Hanna Smith had taken her own life as a result of relentless cyber bullying on the Ask.FM social-networking site. Ms Lavery, a former pupil of Holy Cross Primary School, said she is afraid to be in her own home and has had difficulty sleeping since receiving the death threats.

“A man wrote that he hopes I get raped at the bus stop and talked about how I’m a tramp, that I’m a bigoted scumbag,” she said. “My phone literally wouldn’t stop because I had over a hundred friend requests on Facebook. “They found my Twitter and they found my YouTube because I sing and they are making fun of it. “I deleted my Twitter because people were just making up lies.” The documentary followed BBC reporter Alys Harte as she spoke to Orange bandsmen and young Catholics in Ardoyne ahead of this year’s Twelfth. Ms Slavery and her friend Rosin Holmes (18), are from a Catholic background, gave their views and told of their experiences. Both have since received abuse online. Ms Slavery said she was determined to cope with the threats. “They think that all this stuff is going to change who I am but it’s not,” she said. “Yes, I am afraid to be in my house and I’m afraid to go outside on my own but it’s not going to change me.” Ms Slavery said some Orange men involved in the programs had sent her supportive messages online. “The guy that messaged me said we should all go for a drink sometime, even though we were both on the show and we clearly had different opinions,” she said.

With many thanks to : Brendan HughesThe Irish News.

TWELFTH SAGA GETS ONLINE COMEDY TREATMENT !!!

The social and political chaos surrounding the Twelfth has become a comedy goldmine for internet satiristsBrendan Hughes looks at the lighthearted online reaction to the North’s volatile parading season.

THE news this week has been dominated by the Twelfth and its violent aftermath. But amid the alarming scenes of disorder on the streets and heated political debate at Stormont, many people have managed to see the funny side.

Loyalists Against Demacracy (LAD)

Events surrounding the Twelfth have provided an irresistible abundance of material crying out to be mocked and parodied. And most of this northern satire has devoloped online, through social networking websites. From flag protester Willie Frazer‘s latest arrest to the towering loyalist bonfires, Facebook and Twitter users have eagerly made light of the north’s annual parading season problems. One picture of a Twelfth rioter being flushed from atop a police Land Rover by water cannon has become a mini internet sensation, wwith numerous different parodies. ‘Loyalists Against Democracy’ (LAD), which was set up late last year during the Union Flag protests in Belfast, pictured above, is one of the north’s most popular satirical Facebook pages with more than 3,000 followers. Its team of voluntary contributors have entertained a poster for a fake electronic cigerette called the ‘e-fleg’, which enables loyalists to “display their Britishness” with “a harmless vapour”.

They also created pictures of Egyptian pyrmid-sizes bonfires and Willie Frazer superimposed into a poster from the TV show Breaking Bad. “People have accused us of inventing Willie Frazer because they think he’s an actor that we hire. He’s a great comic creation,” said a Belfast-based contributor to the Facebook page, who did not wish to be named. “The Twelfth has provided too much am

munition almost. There’s too much to keep up with.” Derry-based satirical Facebook page ‘Pure Derry’, which has more than 14,000 followers, created an image for the Twelfth showing William of Orange driviking a forklift in front of a bonefire. “The whole concept of shifting tyres and pallets I just find incredibly amusing,” the page’s creator and main contributor said. “The reaction has been great. It’s so specialised that it’s a very quirky sense of humour.” Comedian and prominent Twitter user Jake O’Kane gained hundreds of new Twitter followers during the Twelfth due to his tweets. “The problem with being a political satirist in the North of Ireland is that you just have to open the paper and repeat what is said. It’s farcical,” he said. O’Kane said social media has allowed many more people to get involved in political satire. “With social media now everybody can be a political satirist, or try to be,” he said. “It has been opened up a lot more so it seems that it has exploded but it has always been there in the background. “The nice thing about it is that there would be people who wouldn’t have the b***s to go up on stage but they now have a voice.” But the Belfast-based comedian warned that some social networking attempts at satire can become childish and abusive. “If you look at a lot of of social media unfortunately it’s the lowest common denominator. It’s like any new technology, it’s as much abused as used,” he said.

With many thanks to : Brendan Hughes. The Irish News.

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FINUCANE SON IN SPAT WITH POLITICAL BLOGGER

PAT Finucane‘s son has clashed with conservative political commentator Richard Waghorne who claimed online that the murdered solicitor was “the IRA‘s lawyer“. Mr Waghorne is a former political commentator for the Irish Daily Mail.

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On his official Twitter feed yesterday the political blogger made comments about the hunan-rights lawyer shot dead by loyalists in 1989. Mr Waghorne first tweeted that it was “Astonishing that the US House Committee on Foreign Affairs is wasting time tomorrow on the death of IRA lawyer Pat Finucane“. Later he said the Belfast solicitor’s reputation “as a ‘human rights lawyer’ is more than slightly questionable”. His outburst provoked Mr Finucane’s Dublin-based solicitor son Michael to challenge the political commentator he once represented in legal proceedings in the Republic. Michael Finucane is in Washington giving evidence to the foreign affairs committee in relation to state collusion involved in his father’s murder. In a series of tweets he replied : “You’re quite happy to sully my dad’s name but I acted for you when you needed a lawyer. Was I right or wrong to help you?” Mr Waghorne tweeted : “Your father’s record of defending IRA terrorists is well documented.” Mr Finucane tweeted : “I beleive you’ll find lawyer defends client, not the cause or beliefs. Thats all my dad did. And all I did for you, right?” Mr Waghorne tweeted : “You were free to refuse the brief. Your father was free to to refuse his. He choose to defend IRA terrorists.” Mr Finucane tweeted : “Well, I didn’t refuse you because of what you believe or say and my dad was just as professional. That’s the differnce.” The Washington committee will today be updated on developments in the Finucane investigation since the release of the report by barrister Sir Desmond de Silva and will hear testimony from retired US brigadier general James P Cullen.

With many thanks to : Allison Morris, Irish News.