‘A good old march will sort out the refugees’ by Seamas Og

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I’m so glad that loyalists are going to hold an anti-refugee march this weekend in Belfast city centre, it is about time someone pointed out the dangers of immigration those 100 or so people bring to this state, I don’t know why the EU or UN haven’t thought of this. They will further add to the Muslim population in the north making them grow nearer and nearer the strength in numbers that being 1% of the population will bring them. How will the Protestant faith survive this new challenge? I’m sure their ministers have told them at the Sunday service they attend every week about the dangers of helping others fleeing war and religious persecution, but then again the Bible doesn’t have any stories about that surely! I bet they believe Jesus was white and his parents were really Protestants from Europe trying to save him from persecution from Catholics.

I’m so glad loyalists are prepared to stand up against this influx of ‘terrorists’ and show us by marching in Belfast that people engaging in violence and who terrorise their community aren’t welcome in this society and that a march on a busy shopping day, which won’t impact on the economy at all as people will flood in to support them then go shopping, is the best way to sort this problem out. Maybe those pesky republicans labelled dissidents will learn from this example, after all they claim they are fighting immigrants (or descendants of immigrants) to this country too albeit ones who’ve been here a lot longer. It will be great to see the parades commission allow this march as they’ve caused enough heart ache for the loyalist people already with their stupid determinations stopping them marching where and when they want, this must surely be the common sense members of the PUL community have been asking for. After all these 100 or so refugees may take money away from camp Twaddell!! How will those people ever get home?

In fact how dare these refugees try to come anywhere that Britain claims influence over? Clearly they’ve not read the same memo, email or twitter feed loyalists saying that Britain and its dominions aren’t really a liberal democracy and is not somewhere immigrants are welcome as they cause nothing but misery. Oh yes anyone going to the march I think shops like Marks and Spencers have some great offers on, and if you want something to eat best to go for traditional ‘British@ food like fish and chips then ice cream (best not tell anyone those foods seen as typically British where brought over by Italian immigrants as they’re Catholics after all) instead of foreign stuff like Chinese or Indian food or pizza because no one in wee Northern Ireland would touch muck like that, no only locally grown stuff for us. How dare people from the Middle East come over here after all Britain has never had any involvement historically there! These stories about Britain involved in creating Israel, using chemical weapons against Iraq, destabilising the region through bombing without any clear political vision are of course all just Muslim, Catholic, Sikh, Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish and Jedi propaganda to bring down the British Protestant state. Thank God for a loyalist march to remind us of the truth and sure those Protestants clergy that have criticised the march saying it goes against Christian principles, clearly they have no idea what their talking about. It is obvious they are extremists supporting the terrorists just like that hippy peace loving Corbyn who won’t back brave Dave and Gideon who have been cutting welfare, health and education budgets so we could afford the estimated (by some) £500 million each airstrike could cost.

In truth I could go on pointing out the flaws in the thinking of those engaged in such a march but I don’t want to sink into any further despair about the political thinking that goes on here. It is especially frightening to think these people recently said they wanted to be seen as community workers and leaders and some have argued to give them guaranteed political seats without having gained the democratic votes!! Instead I shall go back to filling in a job application to teach abroad in a Muslim country in Asia as there are no jobs here due to no money from Westminster for education but I guess I should feel safe and happy they have the money for war.

10 Responses to ‘A good old march will sort out the refugees’ by Seamas Og

  1. Bridget Cairns December 2, 2015 at 3:07 pm #

    Don’t those “protesters” obtain grants for all sorts of parades, bonfires, bunting & who knows what else. The reality is that “protests” of this kind ensure some sort of financial benefit to stop “protesters” protesting in the first place. It is a profitable & a growth industry in the north for the loyalist community, why stop when there are rich pickings to be had.

  2. billy December 2, 2015 at 3:36 pm #

    should they be given preference over our own homeless.

  3. Ciarán December 2, 2015 at 3:38 pm #

    I wonder will wee wullie be at the forefront of this march? After all he stands in solidarity with France against terrorism having been the only one to suffer here! If this wasn’t so laughable it would border on the depressing…..oh to have a sensible attitude…….

  4. AndyB December 2, 2015 at 3:58 pm #

    I don’t believe there is anything “Protestant” about the marchers – I’d be surprised to hear any of them ever set foot in a church for anything other than hatchings, matchings and dispatchings. Taking a name that belongs to a particular sort of Christian is highly offensive to me.

    Mind you, I never call myself a Protestant. I may belong to a Protestant church, but I’m a Christian rather than a Protestant.

    And part of being a Christian means taking account of the fact that page after page of the Bible talks about justice. You’d wonder what would happen if a counter-protest were to stand with placards of Bible verses about care for the poor and foreigners…

    • Jude Collins December 2, 2015 at 4:02 pm #

      Well said, Andy…

    • Ceannaire December 2, 2015 at 11:29 pm #

      Great post, Andy. While I myself am not particularly religious, I have to agree with your outlook at being Christian as opposed to being sub divided into a particular grouping.

      “…hatchings, matchings and dispatchings.” I’ve never heard of that one before but that’s class.

      Are you sure you are not our very own Perkin Warbeck? 🙂

  5. billy December 2, 2015 at 7:42 pm #

    the only thing protestant about the marches andy is they were hijacked by the fleggers

  6. basqueceltic December 3, 2015 at 8:20 am #

    Surely someone somewhere can just tell these balloons,ehm…………NO.

  7. Patrick Kelly December 3, 2015 at 11:16 am #

    Surely loyalists are entitled to keep alive, the dream of a ‘Soda Farl’ republic.

  8. ANOTHER JUDE December 3, 2015 at 1:27 pm #

    Ha ha!! Soda farl republic!!