Over the last few days, many of my age group will have been dragged back into past memories by the brutal murder of the young reporter – (Lyra McKee) the latest victim of a hidden hatred that simmers in some hearts, well disguised by smiles and clever words.
Sadly today, I already hear calls on the media for negotiations and talks with the masked cowards who brought so much hurt and suffering to so many.
I Personally believe that they need to be ostracized by all in society and hunted down by the forces of law and order. Sadly, judging by their parades over Easter they still have support, and the authorities in the Irish Republic at least are happy with them parading in masks through their streets.
To try and change our future, we all – no matter what creed, colour, religion or political belief need to sit down with our children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, talk about terrorism and show them pictures of the funeral and let them see first hand the pain and suffering to family, friends, neighbours and indeed wider society.
Only by understanding the tragic consequences of our future actions can we be prevented from taking those actions.
By Robert Hill – UKIP Spokesman for Northern Ireland
I notice with interest two stories in today’s press, and the obvious BBC hypocrisy and bias can be spotted a mile away.
In the first instance, a couple of soldiers fire shots at a picture of the terrorist supporter and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. They splash this clip over every news broadcast and bulletin in their continued attempt to demonise anything and everyone associated with the British army and our armed forces.
In the second clip widely available on their platforms today, a so called comedian – Frankie Boyle continually jokes about the IRA killing politicians. This, the BBC deems as as suitable for airing on T.V. and then of course has since tried their best to brush under their (extreme left-wing) carpet.
This is just another in a long line of attemp by the Biased Broadcasting Corporation to demonise the British Army and another example of their continuation of facilitating the rewriting of our history.
If ever there was another reason needed, here’s one more clear reason to join UKIP to help in our fight to scrap the licence fee and stop this tax forced upon us – and used to pay for the BBC brainwashing of our people and indeed the world.
By Robert Hill – UKIP Spokesman for Northern Ireland and Council Candidate in Newtownabbey (Macedon DEA)