1/ Rejectionist Unionism is still grappling with the cold reality of modernity and loss of veto on the affairs and control of the previously subordinated minority, exposing their insatiable need to kettle & police their neighbours as enemies. The anti-GFA Dup have always been

2/ against powersharing.
Brexit offered the opportunity to turn the clock back to pre-1972 supremacist regime hegemony. It backfired spectacularly now Brexit is ravaging unionism itself.
The DUP don’t want any deal. They wanted a border!
They got one, but not the one they wanted.

3/3 The mindset has landed us all with the inevitable confirmation that bigots themselves are incapable of understanding.
That this place is a failed political backwater stewing in the stale juices of empire & sectarianism, an experiment receiving its last rights in real time.

NI Protocol: Funeral of Good Friday Agreement unless it is sorted – Poots.


Stormont was mothballed in 2017

Leading bands announce NI Protocol Aid 2022

Rumours circulated today about the organising of a large concert to increase attention of, and bring aid to, those deeply affected by the N.I. Protocol. Olde Time Rockers ‘Leaders of Unionism’ are understood to have agreed to headline the event, with backing from modern electro-rock group ‘Protestant Action Force’. The man leading attempts to bring […]

Leading bands announce NI Protocol Aid 2022

What was the Troubles (1960s-1998)?

Introduction The Troubles (Irish: Na Trioblóidí) were an ethno-nationalist conflict in Northern Ireland that lasted about 30 years from the late 1960s to 1998. Also known internationally as the Northern Ireland conflict, it is sometimes described as an “irregular war” or “low-level war”. The conflict began in the late 1960s and is usually deemed to […]

What was the Troubles (1960s-1998)?

UVF prisoner who warned of ‘loyalist violence’ over NI Protocol dies following illness.


UVF – LVF – PAF – UDA – UDR – RUC – British Secret Service – MI5 – MI6

Border poll ‘yes’ vote would require British parliament consent.



Chris Heaton-Harris and Steve Baker mean more instability for Northern Ireland | openDemocracy


‘A growing majority in the North of Ireland think Brexit has increased the likelihood of a United Ireland ‘.


Scotland, Wales and the North of Ireland have refused to give consent to Brexit – but Westminster and the DUP isn’t listening!!!

The Brexit exodus of EU workers has left the UK with a ‘cost of leaving’ crisis


Scotland, Wales and the North of Ireland have refused to give consent to Brexit – but Westminster isn’t listening!!!

‘DUP being allowed to scatter Good Friday Agreement to the winds. ‘.


Good Friday Agreement (GFA)
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