So you have Irish Catholics, traitors in effect, administering British rule here in the six counties.“We want [the English] out and then we will deal with all these other issues..collaborators and all the rest of it.”Mr Allister said: “These despicable comments by convicted terrorist Mc Geough require to be investigated as incitement.
I am a regular Sabbath and holiday shul-goer, and we do at least try to observe in the house, although my wife does it mostly in deference to me."I am calling on republican politicians to intervene and have the stolen banners returned immediately." Earlier this week a 13-year-old boy was arrested after a petrol bomb was thrown following a stand-off during the removal of wood from a bonfire by council workers.Born in Co Kildare, in the republic in whose name the Continuity IRA claims to be fighting, his near-quarter century career as a policeman in Northern Ireland represents a stark rejection of his killers' divisive aims.“Is that what he’s saying, because my dad was in the judiciary? Everything is far from okay if that is what people think.A small number of blazes were lit across nationalist areas of Belfast last night to mark the controversial remand without charge of mainly Catholic men on August 9, 1971.