SUBJECT: Miss GFA Northern Ireland
FATHER: Mr UK Britain, elderly, retired from Empire Building
MOTHER: Eire Ireland, lives independently after traumatic divorce from the British family.
Miss NI grew up in a neglectful home. After their acrimonious divorce, her father Mr UK Britain handed over the keys of the house to her brother
Master “Jack” Bull Britain while her mother Eire Ireland busied herself setting up her independent home elsewhere.
Master Jack always wanted to be top dog.
His own private militia used march through Ms NI’s rooms, terrorising and threatening her. He treated her like
Proud of Master Jack’s spirit which supported his Empire building
Mr UK Britain, who was fighting a takeover, refused to discipline his son.
Worn out by the abuse she had suffered
Ms Eire Ireland took refuge in religion and encouraged her daughter to stand up for herself and join her in her independent home.
his old house. Appalled by Miss NI’s excesses he forced a reconciliation, promising her a new world of equality, parity of esteem and acceptance of her religious and political beliefs under his roof, subject to Master Jack’s veto!
his true colours again and again, finally deciding to
lock Miss GFA Northern Ireland out of her new home.
He decided “there will be no further meetings”
“If I am not satisfied . . .”
“If it becomes apparent to me . . . .”
“I shall attempt to get the best outcome for me . . .”
“I must make it clear . . .”
“I’m outta here tomorrow unless I get what I want . . .”
“It’s her fault. She would not take difficult decisions”
Mr UK Britain’s fixer talked with
Ms Eire Ireland’s to deal with the siblings.
Both insist that come what may the siblings have to learn to live together.
Queries: Why should they?
Why can’t Miss GFA Northern Ireland live in her mother’s house as she so desperately desires?
Why can’t Master Jack remain in his father’s as he wants?
Master Jack Bull Britain’s life without a sibling to torment?