LOYALIST OLYMPICS

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POSTED ON BEHALF OF :  Mick Kelly

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DRUG PUSHERS BEHIND RIOTS : McGUINNESS

” WHAT WORKS IS THE POLITICAL PARTIES STANDING TOGETHER AGAINST THOSE WHO BELIEVE VIOLENCE HAS A WAY FORWARD ” – Martin McGuinness.

DEPUTY First Minister Martin McGuinness has said that two senior UVF figures involved in orchestrating the violence in East Belfast are well known drugs pushers. Speaking during a debate at Stormont yesterday on recent violence Mr McGuinness added that some of those involved were associated with the BNP and were to ” some degree sectarian bigot’s “.

Violence in east Belfast on Saturday saw 29 police officers injured when trouble erupted between loyalists and nationalists close to the Short Strand. There was also violence on Friday night in Carrickfergus and Newtownabbey. Mr McGuinness, however, remains optimistic that a solution can be found and cited the political solidarity in the wake of dissident republican murders as an example of how a solution to the present impasse could be worked out. ” I think that the solution can be found in the example that was shown by all the political parties in the aftermath of the murder of two soldiers at Massereene ; the murder of Stephen Carroll and the murder of Ronan Kerr,” he said. ” What works for us is the sight of all the political parties standing together against those who believe that violence has a way forward.” Short Strand NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT !

He said those involved in the violence were challenging the political institutions. ” A challenge from people who do not have a mandate and who represent nobody but themselves,” he said. He said those involved in disorder did not speak for the vast majority of unionists. ” It is also quite clear that the Ulster Volunteer Force ( UVF ) in East Belfast have played their part in the disturbances over the course of the last couple of weeks to the point where two of its leadership, who are well known drug pushers in east Belfast, have been the main instigators,” he said. ” Their organisation was involved in the attempted murder of a young police officer sitting in her car outside the officers of Naomi Long.”The deputy first minister said political leadership needed to be given : ” We all need to stand together and I absolutely believe that the PSNI need to do their job.”

First Minister Peter Robinson described the rioters as ” the enemies of democracy “. He also claimed the Union flag dispute was being exploited by elements seeking to destroy the peace process. ” This issue will never be solved on the streets but only through democratic means,” the DUP leader said. ” You do not respect a Union flag if you are using it as a weapon to charge against someone – you are not showing respect for the Union flag if you need to wear a mask when carrying it.” The bill for policing the dispute has reached £7 million  To date 101 police officers have been injured and more than 100 people have been arrested.Justice minister David Ford said the Union flag protest had renewed sectarianism. ” We have seen 100 police officers injured and many others injured or put in fear,” the Alliance leader said. ” We have seen the damage to inward investment, we have seen young people being given a criminal record which will damage their prospects for life.”

WITH MANY THANKS TO : JOHN MANLEY, Political Reporter, IRISH NEWS.

FIRST MINISTER SNUBS IRISH NEWS

FIRST MINISTER Peter Robinson, pictured above, has again failed to engage directly with readers of the Irish NewsTwo of the region’s morning papers yesterday carried a platform piece from the DUP leader addressing recent flag protests and loyalist unrest.

In both the Belfast Telegraph and the News Letter, the item was presented as being authored by Peter Robinson First Minister, rather than in the East Belfast MLA’s role as DUP leader. However, the address from the first minister, who represents all Northern Ireland’s citizens, was not offered to The Irish News. A spokesperson for the Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister said the decision to overlook the Irish News was “a matter for the DUP press office “. Irish News editor Noel Doran said : ” If Peter Robinson is acting as first minister, rather than as DUP leader, it is reasonable to expect that he would make at least some effort to be even-handed in his approach. ” However, despite a series of requests, he has continued to exclude the Irish News from every round of interviews he arranges.” Mr Doran said it appeared the first minister did not wish to engage with readers of the Irish News. ” The invitation to speak to an Irish News journalist remains on the table and we will continue to provide firm, fair and comprehensive political coverage with or without his input,” he said.

BILLY NO MATES !

Billy No Mates

Sectarian Double Murderer Billy Hutchinson

said this week that Loyalist paramilitaries

were not involved in the violence…. Then he said

Today they should expell members involved in

the violence. JESUS BILLY MAKE YOUR FUCKING

MIND UP

And Billy why did you say for Loyalist groups

to expell them if they have evidence, do you

not support the pellers now, or are you back

in kangaroo courts now ?

 http://www.u.tv/news/Robinson-and-UVF-meet-in-peace-talks/a2dec830-48e4-46e1-8af5-fb2bbb338687

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First Minister Peter Robinson has met UVF leaders as part of talks to maintain the uneasy peace on the streets of east Belfast, while local residents hold a heated meeting with their politicians.

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UVF BOSSES KNOCK ON VILLAGE DOORS AND ORDER TEENS TO START RIOTING !

WE NAIL THE BIG LIE THAT LOYALIST THUGS ARE NOT BEHIND ULSTER CHAOS

Billy No Mates

UVF COMMANDER Winky Irvine joined ranks with Loyalist Union flag protesters and took to the streets again on Saturday – signalling to Christians and clergyman that they hadn’t a prayer for peace.

Early on Saturday morning, hundreds of people formed a human chain around Belfast City Hall and prayed for peace, and an end to the street disorders and unrest. But the five-minute prayer vigil was followed just five hours later by more protesters marching down the city’s Royal Avenue and laying siege again to the City Hall. Woodvale UVF leader Winky joined an estimated 300 protesters along with the PUP’s Billy Hutchinson, above, walked to the City Hall but were prevented by police from remaining in the city centre. Plus, there were reports of more street blockades to come later in the day. One of them was scheduled for close to the Ravenill rugby ground were thousands of fans were heading for Ulster’s big Heineken Cup showdown with English side Northampton.

UVF

Today, the Sunday World also reveals that in spite of their denials, the UVF is peddling yet another Big Lie. We prove that they are orchestrating street protests – in spite of their point-blank denials. We can also reveal that UVF leaders have ordered youths to take to the streets. And the man trying to pull the woolly mask over all our heads again is none other than ‘ Winky’ Irvine. Last week the top UVF propagandist and wannabe PUP politician bluntly stated about the street demo’s and riots in Belfast : ” I can categorically state there is no orchestration by any organisation.” And PUP Newtownabbey spokesman Phil Hamilton denied that loyalist paramilitaries were part of a loyalist mob which laid siege to a Christmas dinner at the local Council’s Mossley Mill complex.DUP Assemblyman Paul Girvin bravely went on the record as disputing that.

One south Belfast mother told us her teenage son was given no option when a senior UVF figure called to her home in the village area of the city and she accused the terror group of hypocrisy. ” I hear their spokesman on the radio condemning the violence but at the same time they are ordering kids onto the streets,” she said. And that backdrop for more potential trouble was underpinned by both police chiefs and clergy at the earlier prayer vigil. Top cop George Hamilton, an Assistant Chief Constable at the PSNI’s Brooklyn headquarters, warned : ” I have concerns that some elements may seek to use today’s protests to engage in violent confrontations with our officers ” His statement came just days after thugs tried to torch a women police officer by tossing a petrol bomb into her car. And veteran peacemaker the Rev. Harold Good, one of the prime witnesses to IRA decommissioning in 2005, also warned : ” The last thing we need to do is manipulate them [ the fears of loyalists ] and exploit them and I fear that is what is happening.” Earlier in the day several hundred people linked arms to encircle Belfast City Hall during a five- minute prayer vigil in response to trouble over the past two weeks. Organisers said afterwards that they were delighted with the turn-out. They said that it sent out a powerful message that people supported peace. A whistle sounded to begin and end the short vigil. Andrew Masters, who was one of the organisers, said : ” The last 10 days have reminded us that while we have come so far we still have a journey ahead of us. ” We wanted to do something really positive and just pray for peace and hope.” Nearly 30 officers have been injured during recent outbreaks of violence across the North of Ireland.

STOKING FLAMES

Ulster Volunteer Force

THE UVF are trying to ‘ hood ‘ – wink the public-yet again. But we’ve got news for both PUP propagandists. Because one of the UVF’s ‘ main men ‘ spearheaded and acted as front man at a protest on the Donegal Road, near the Broadway roundabout, last Monday evening. He’s no stranger to protests and parades, as we have reported, in both words and pictures, before. He’s Colin Fulton. Nicknamed ‘ The Meerkat ‘, he’s the so-called ‘ Commanding Officer ‘ of the UVF in the Village area of South Belfast. It was close to there on Monday night that 400 protesters gathered. And who popped up – as usual – out of the crowd. None other than the ‘ The Meerkat ‘. He identified himself only as ‘ Colin ‘. But it was the local ‘CO’ all right : Colin Fulton. At the protest, missiles were thrown at police lines. But the protest was eventually wound up after two hours. So much, however, for the latest UVF Big Lie. Back in September, when rioting erupted in Carlisle Circus in Belfast – three nights of violence which put 47 police officers in hospital – Winky Irvine, 36, also insisted : ” There is no UVF involvement in this.” But here don’t take my word for it read the writing on the walls.

WITH MANY THANKS TO : RICHARD SULLIVAN and JIM McDOWELL,SUNDAY WORLD.