Arlene Foster, DUP 1st Mininster, Northern Ireland, said
“ . . . the next First Minister will either be me or Martin McGuinness,”
“Just two votes in every hundred transferring from DUP to Sinn Féin would be enough to see the Mr McGuinness take my place”
They’ll go to the UUP or TUV
“It is by voting TUV Unionists will make their anti-Sinn Fein vote really count.”
Questions facing Unionists are:
(DUP/TUV= NO UUP = YES)
or just the UK,
bearing in mind the myth of Union is rent to shreds?
NB: Remnants of this “Union Myth” try to maintain a
power base by senselessly marching every 12th July in Northern Ireland.
We all know what’s left of ‘Britishness’ and its major institutions is fading fast:
a) Westminster and the Monarchy are housed in crumbling palaces
b) The military’s reputation has long been besmirched
c) The BBC is associated with covering up pedophiles
d) Scotland is waiting to seize the opportunity for Indyref2.
So what’s left for us in the Union?
2) Are we happy with current DUP policy and status on Abortion and LBGT rights, that have no equal anywhere else in the UK? Corruption? NAMA? Red Sky?
3) Has DUP/OO rule really worked for Northern Ireland?
Comment: Some diehard, “DUP could do no wrong” believers are realising they have been had, big time. Ex-members include
‘‘The DUP never allowed me to shine in the way that I know I can shine.’’
Maurice Devenney , member of the Apprentice Boys, the Loyal Orange Lodge and the Royal Black.
The DUP said both had “brought the party into disrepute“.
and John Henry and his wife, DUP members for over 40 years.
“The leaders up there, this last while, I certainly would not trust them“.
So should DUP be voted back into power?
Questions for Nationalists/Republicans:
4) Is this what we want to do today?
Remember: NI’s Unionist difficulty is SF’s opportunity