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Stick your English Brexit up your English arse

I have nothing against the English, whether white, black, indian or asian, who live in England or anywhere else, and I have no problem with the great racial divides between the Anglos and the Saxons, to be sure, but I remain opposed to English sovereignty on any piece of Ireland, or, for that matter, on any other Celtic rock. That’s all. We love the English, we live with them, we fuck them, we have families with them, they break our hearts and we break theirs…we have affairs with them, we buy dinner for them (and far more often lately than was) and that’s great…that’s normal, but they just have to stop governing the island of Ireland in every way. Then there is no troubles.


Brexit presents a profound opportunity to break with England and form a good Union with Europe. This is a very good thing for all of Ireland’s 32 provinces.
What do you wish for? Border Guards and international boundaries to steal away forever the six Irish provinces to support the myth of the doddery Retards of the recalcitrant racist UK? And then, somehow, to blame poor bloody muslims for all the bad there is? “Celtic Warriors against Islam?” Oh, for fuck’s sake…what have they been drinking?

With many thanks to: Iain Mac Giolla Padraig

Another man arrested in Carrickfergus over SEA UDA murder of loyalist George Gilmore

More on ongoing UDA – SEA UDA feud – And still no charges of belonging to an illegal organistion!!

 A 23-year-old man has been arrested by detectives investigating the murder of high-profile loyalist George Gilmore.

George GilmoreGeorge Gilmore was shot in the neck in a “ruthless attack in broad daylight” police said

A 32-year-old woman arrested earlier on Sunday has been released.

The PSNI also carried out a search connected to the murder and an ongoing loyalist feud in the Trailcock Road area.

Mr Gilmore, who was 44, was shot in the neck while he was in his car in Cafrrickfergus on Monday afternoon. He died in hospital on Tuesday.

Charged

Two men have appeared in court charged with murdering the high-profile loyalist.

Brian Roy McLean, 35, of The Birches, Carrickfergus, and 28-year-old Samuel David McMaw, of Starbog Road, Kilwaughter, appeared at Laganside Court on Saturday.

They were jointly charged with murdering Mr Gilmore on Monday, the attempted murders of two other people on the same day and possessing a firearm and ammunition with intent to endanger life.

In court, both the accused spoke only to confirm their names and that they understood the charge.

There was no application for bail and both were remanded in custody.

Latest in onging loyalist fued – Doagh bar attack: Two men appear in court

Latest in ongoing loyalist fued but the same question’s still remain “How come they wer’nt charged with belong to an illegal organistion???

Two men have been in court charged with attempted murder after a man was attacked at a County Antrim bar.

McConnell's bar in Doagh on Wednesday The attack happened at McConnell’s Bar in Doagh

Darren suffered multiple fractures and cuts to his face when he was attacked by men with baseball bats and hammers in Doagh on Wednesday.

David John Gibson,44, and David Rush,34, spoke only to confirm they understood the charges against them.

Gibson, from Milewater Drive and Rush, from Ballyvesey Green, are jointly accused of trying to murder Mr Moore.

Rush is further accused of possessing a weapon, namely a wooden baton, with intent to commit an indictable offence on the same date.

The judge remanded them into custody until Thursday 23 March.

On Friday, Aaron Cahoon, 27 appeared in court charged with attempted murder

He was also charged with possessing an offensive weapon with intent to commit a crime.

Mr Cahoon, of Fairhill Gardens, Newtownabbey, denies the charges. Refusing bail, the judge remanded Mr Cahoon in custody to appear again by video link on 13 April.

Mr Moore, in his forties and formerly from the Mount Vernon area of Belfast, was drinking in McConnell’s Bar when he was attacked, Belfast Magistrates’ Court heard.

Two men appear in court over murder of SEA UDA loyalist George Gilmore

 Latest news: In ongoing loyalist feud but the true question remains:”Why were they not charged with belonging to an illegal organistion”?

 Two men have appeared in court charged with murdering high-profile loyalist George Gilmore.

Mr Gilmore, who was 44, was shot in the neck while he was in his car in Carrickfergus on Monday afternoon.

He died in hospital on Tuesday.

George GilmoreGeorge Gilmore was shot in a “ruthless attack in broad daylight” police said.

Brian Roy McLean, 35, of The Birches Carrick and 28-year-old Samuel David McMaw of Starbog Road, Kilwaughter appeared at Laganside Court on Saturday.

They were jointly charged with murdering Mr Gilmore on Monday, the attempted murders of two other people on the same day and possessing a firearm and ammunition with intent to endanger life.

In court, both the accused spoke only to confirm their names and that they understood the charge.

There was no application for bail and both were remanded in custody, to appear again by video-link next month.

As they were taken from the dock, supporters who had packed into the court leapt to their feet, clapping and cheering.

Loyalist paramilitaries attack two homes in Bushmills, pipe bombs explode

 

Two pipe bombs have exploded at two separate houses in Bushmills, County Antrim

Damage was caused to the properties

The attacks happened just before 01:00 GMT on Friday.

One detonated at Woodland Court and another in nearby Ballaghmore Court. Damage was caused to the properties but no-one was injured.

Police have appealed for anyone with information about the bombs to contact them.

‘Cancer on our society’

The good name of Bushmills had been tarnished by those behind the attacks, said DUP MLA Mervyn Storey.

Those responsible believed they could act as “judge, jury and executioner”, he added.

“Had anybody been in close proximity to the window at one of the properties, then someone would have been seriously injured,” he said.

“It was a reckless action by those who believe that they have the right to carry out this form of justice and it’s something that has to be brought to an end.

“These attacks are a cancer on our society, they instil fear in the community.”

Pipe bomb scene
The attacks happened at Woodland Court and Ballaghmore Court

Norman Hillis, a UUP (Ulster Unionist Party) councillor for the area, also condemned those behind the attacks, expressing anger at people who wanted “to drag us into the past”.

The second device exploded in Ballaghmore Court
No-one was injured in the attacks which happened in the early hours 

Two men charged over murder of SEA UDA loyalist George Gilmore in ongoing loyalist fued

More on: Ongoing loyalist in fued

George Gilmore
George Gilmore was shot in a “ruthless attack in broad daylight”, police said

Two men have been charged with the murder of a high-profile loyalist after a gun attack in County Antrim.

George Gilmore, who was 44, was shot in the neck while he was in his car

Police forensic officers at the scene of the shootingImage copyrightPRESS EYE
Image captionPolice sealed off part of Pinewood Avenue as they investigated the attack on Monday

He died in hospital on Tuesday and police described his killing as a “ruthless attack in broad daylight”.

The two men, aged 28 and 35, will appear in court in Belfast on Saturday morning on several charges.

As well as the murder charge they will each face, the men are also accused of two counts of attempted murder and possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life.

Imperialism in Ireland: Britain maintains its illegal occuption and partition of Ireland through force of arms.

Today, in 2017, there are 5,000 full combat British troops in the occupied Six Counties. Despite claims to the contrary, we believe Britain has very selfish and stategic interests for holding Ireland, now more than ever. The solution is the building a mass anti imperialist movement!

With many thanks to: Anti Imperialist Action Ireland.

Rosemary Nelson Murdered By Loyalists In Collusion With The British State

15 March 1999: Human rights lawyer Rosemary Nelson is assassinated by the British state in collusion with a loyalist death squad.

 

Leading Loyalist George Gilmore South East Antrim UDA – Dies after Carrickfergus Shooting

  • Leading loyalist George Gilmore dies after Carrickfergus shooting
    Forensics at the scene of the shooting in Carrickferus last night Picture by Hugh Russell
  • Leading loyalist George Gilmore dies after Carrickfergus shooting
    George ‘Geordie’ Gilmore, who was shot in Carrickfergus
  • Leading loyalist George Gilmore dies after Carrickfergus shooting
    Forensics at the scene of the shooting in Carrickfergus last night. Picture by Hugh Russell
  • Leading loyalist George Gilmore dies after Carrickfergus shooting
    Heavily armed police raid a house near the scene of yesterday’s shooting. Photo Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
  • Leading loyalist George Gilmore dies after Carrickfergus shooting
     Geordie Gilmore suffered life-threatening injuries after being shot in the neck in Carrickfergus. Picture by Hugh Russell
  • Leading loyalist George Gilmore dies after Carrickfergus shooting
    Leading loyalist Geordie Gilmore who was shot on Monday
  • Leading loyalist George Gilmore dies after Carrickfergus shooting
    Gilmore was in a defiant mood just hours before the attack, posting on Facebook “The days of the UDA putting people out of Carrick are over”.
  • Leading loyalist George Gilmore dies after Carrickfergus shooting
    Heavily armed police raid a house near the scene of yesterday’s shooting in Carrickfergus. Photo Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press.
  • Leading loyalist George Gilmore dies after Carrickfergus shooting
    Gilmore, aged in his 40s was shot in the neck by an unmasked gunman. picture by Hugh Russell
  • Leading loyalist George Gilmore dies after Carrickfergus shooting
    Geordie Gilmore jnr posted on Facebook within an hour of the gun attack on his father
  • Leading loyalist George Gilmore dies after Carrickfergus shooting
    Forensics at the scene of the shooting in Carrickferus last night Picture by Hugh Russell.
  • Leading loyalist George Gilmore dies after Carrickfergus shooting
    Forensics at the scene of the shooting in Carrickferus last night Picture by Hugh Russell
  • Leading loyalist George Gilmore dies after Carrickfergus shooting
    George ‘Geordie’ Gilmore, who was shot in Carrickfergus

Police have launched a murder investigation after a leading loyalist who was shot in Carrickfergus yesterday died.

Head of Serious Crime Branch Detective Chief Superintendent Raymond Murray said while the investigation into George ‘Geordie’ Gilmore’s murder was at an early stage “we have definite lines of enquiry”.

“I would appeal to local people to help us identify the person or persons who orchestrated and carried out this ruthless attack in broad daylight,” he added.

“Those involved had no consideration for the local community when they carried out their attack in a residential street populated with families, young children and older people. Help us remove them from your community and place them before the courts.”

There has been a heavy police presence on the streets of the Co Antrim town amid fears of reprisals after the shooting.

Gilmore was shot in the neck as he sat in his car in Pinewood Avenue in an attack linked to an ongoing feud between loyalist factions.

Just hours earlier the 44-year-old had posted on Facebook: “The days of the UDA putting people out of Carrick are over.”

Eyewitnesses say an unmasked gunman walked up to Gilmore’s car and fired several shots though the window shortly after 2pm.

Police wearing protective masks later carried out raids on properties in the area.

The victim’s son, Geordie Gilmore jnr, posted on Facebook: “We’ll see who looks over there (sic) shoulders for the rest of their days.”

In July last year there was a tense stand-off between rival loyalists at the home of Gilmore snr, with video footage posted online.

It showed a mob of around 100 men, some of them masked, marching towards the house in the Glenfield estate.

Gilmore moved there in 2013 after his luxury property at Sullatober Square in Carrickfergus was sold when he was convicted of mortgage fraud.

Loyalist sources have cited a fall-out between a number of women, including the girlfriend of a senior UDA man, as sparking the trouble last summer.

Since then there have been several shootings and dozens have people received death threats.

Several men have also appeared in court on weapons charges.

Last year Gilmore was arrested and questioned in connection with the disappearance of Carrickfergus man Mark Gourley.

Mr Gourley, who was described as a “vulnerable individual”, was believed to have been murdered over an unpaid debt.

The victim, from the Castlemara estate in Carrickfergus, was reported missing in March 2009 and his remains have never been found.

District Commander Superintendent Darrin Jones said on Tuesday morning that involvement of paramilitary criminals was one possibility.

“In the hours after the shooting local police, supported by members of the PSNI’s Armed Response Units and colleagues from Air Support Unit, carried out a number of searches across Carrickfergus and maintained a robust presence in the area throughout the night. This very visible police operation will continue as we continue to gather evidence and investigate this brutal crime.

“It is just unacceptable that someone would produce a weapon and open fire in any circumstances however it is particularly chilling that this attack, this murder bid, took place in broad daylight, in a residential street populated with families, young children and older people. That is simply shocking in a civilised society.

“I am renewing my appeal to local people to assist us with our enquiries and to help us identify the person or persons who orchestrated and carried out this ruthless attack. We want to apprehend them and place them before the courts to answer for their crimes, and we can only do that with your help and support.

“While a definitive motive for the shooting has not been established and we are exploring a number of possible lines of enquiry, I can say that at this time the involvement of paramilitary criminals is one possibility. Obviously as the investigation is at a very early stage I cannot expand further upon that at present.”

Alliance East Antrim MLA Stewart Dickson condemned the attack.

“This is an appalling act, particularly as it was carried out in broad daylight in a residential area,” he said.

“Guns have no place on our streets and despicable actions of this nature have absolutely no place in our society. Those behind this incident do not speak for the community and I appeal for calm following it.

“If anyone has information on this incident, I would ask they pass it to police immediately.”

Detectives investigating the shooting appealed to anyone with information to contact them on 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

14 March, 2017 01:00NEWS

 

Man critically injured in ongoing UVF feud in Carrickfergus shooting

The scene of the shooting in Carrickfergus.
The scene of the shooting in Carrickfergus. 

A man has suffered life-threatening injuries in a shooting in Carrickfergus.

The victim, aged in his 40s, was reportedly attacked in the Pinewood area of the Co Antrim town on Monday.

He has been taken to hospital for treatment, where his condition has been described as critical.

Police are appealing for any witnesses or anyone with further information to get in touch with them via the number 101.

Last updated Mon 13 Mar 2017
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