Sinn Fein scum

#1
SINN Fein are set to disrupt the Royal Irish homecoming parade with a counter demonstration on the same day.
It emerged last night that the party has lodged an application with the Parades Commission to hold their own march on November 2, as members of the armed forces parade through Belfast for the first time since World War Two.

The news came just hours after Royal Irish soldiers paraded as heroes through an English town.

Mystery

Mystery, however, surrounded the official reason for the Sinn Fein march application as party spokesmen were unable to comment on why the parade was taking place.

It proposes to start and finish in Belfast city centre around the same time as the homecoming parade.

Consideration

Last night, a spokesman for the Parades Commission said both parades – the Sinn Fein parade, a late application, and the homecoming parade – will go up for consideration next week.

He added that the Parades Commission would also be seeking clarification on the reason for the Sinn Fein parade.

Crowds expected

In its application Sinn Fein said it expected 500 people to attend.

However, last night the DUP said it would be seeking an urgent meeting with the Parades Commission to establish the reason for their parade.

Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and North Shropshire MP Owen Paterson, who attended yesterday's service of thanksgiving, said he was "very sad to hear of Sinn Fein's plans".

He said: "Today the Royal Irish got such an amazing reception from every corner of Shropshire, from every age and from every political party. It would really be very sad if it became a political football in Northern Ireland.

"Today, quite by chance, most of the soldiers I met were from the south of Ireland. They found the disagreement in Northern Ireland completely incomprehensible."

Parade

According to the Parades Commission website, the Headquarters Northern Ireland MOD for Joint Services and TA in Northern Ireland have applied for a homecoming parade on November 2 in Belfast city centre.

The parade of 280 participants, with one band, and 280 supporters is proposed to start at 12.45pm from College Square East.

Organisers have asked for the parade to process to Howard Street, Donegall Square West, Donegall Square North, Chichester Street, Crown Courts Plaza and Oxford Street.

The end time of the outward route is proposed to be 1.10pm.

Timing

Meanwhile, the start time of the controversial Sinn Fein parade is proposed for noon from Bank Square to Chapel Lane, Castle Street, Castle Junction and Donegall Place. The end proposed time of the outward route is 1.05pm.

The Parades Commission website says that the expected number of participants is 500.

Condemning the Sinn Fein proposals, DUP MLA Nelson McCausland said: "The Sinn Fein protest parade is simply a squalid attempt to disrupt the day and to intimidate those who want to come out to see the 'welcome home' parade.

"Thousands of people will be out on to the streets of Belfast that day to welcome home the local men and women who have served so bravely in Afghanistan and Iraq in the ranks of Her Majesty's Forces.

"The DUP will be meeting the Parades Commission to discuss the Sinn Fein protest parade, which is deliberately provocative and offensive.

"Those who spent decades trying to kill British soldiers do not even want to allow them to walk the streets of our capital city."

http://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/SF-bid-to-disrupt-parade.4602493.jp
 
#2
Setanta said:
He added that the Parades Commission would also be seeking clarification on the reason for the Sinn Fein parade.

Crowds expected

In its application Sinn Fein said it expected 500 people to attend.
A damn sight more people than that turned out to welcome the Regiment in Shrewsbury yesterday (and in Market Drayton a couple of days earlier).

F*ck Sinn Fein - still a bunch of cn*ts...

:x

Rodney2q
 
#4
There's me thinking all was fine back home. I was going to my brothers wedding next month and applied to attend in uniform as I thought it was getting like the mainland, security wise. How feckin naive I was. With nobbers like this still in the country, it'll be years before it gets back to normal.
 

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#6
dogfondler said:
Owen Paterson said:

"Today, quite by chance, most of the soldiers I met were from the south of Ireland."


My bold.

A Freudian slip?
I believe there has been a marked increase in recruits from the south

Will the TA soldiers want to attend for Persec issues?
 
#7
BaggyInBlack said:
There's me thinking all was fine back home. I was going to my brothers wedding next month and applied to attend in uniform as I thought it was getting like the mainland, security wise. How feckin naive I was. With nobbers like this still in the country, it'll be years before it gets back to normal.
Sad to say it, but it never will.
 
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BaggyInBlack said:
There's me thinking all was fine back home. I was going to my brothers wedding next month and applied to attend in uniform as I thought it was getting like the mainland, security wise. How feckin naive I was. With nobbers like this still in the country, it'll be years before it gets back to normal.

They havent gone away you know..............they just go through the gates of stormont with their entourage that you and i pay for in taxes .

With todays news about loyalist weapons cache as well it seems like things havent changed much at all.
 
#10
Fuck them, I'll be there, and so will my son (who's now in the TA).

Faugh a ballagh! (whatever that means.)
 
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BaggyInBlack said:
There's me thinking all was fine back home. I was going to my brothers wedding next month and applied to attend in uniform as I thought it was getting like the mainland, security wise. How feckin naive I was. With nobbers like this still in the country, it'll be years before it gets back to normal.
At the end of July I was going up Station Road outside Carrick & the was a funeral with 2 of the pallbearers wearing Number two's. (REME or Sigs I think)
 
#12
:twisted: Might go to the Shit fein parade .....



with a few supplies
1- milk crate
2- 20x milk bottles
3- quantity of flammable liquid (petrol has dropped in price ,coincidence i think not)
4- rags
5- sugar

it would be fun seeing those ******* run as THEY get petrol bombed :twisted:

Brave men from north and south fighting terry and those scum are stirring the shit again ....maggots! not fit to lick their boots. :x
 
#13
I'll take great delight in attending, be it in my suit with reggie tie, or in my big blue babygro and gunbelt. Either way I'll be there. Be interesting to see how the parades commission deal with this one. Also if the parades commission make a ruling against the shinners, will they appeal/turn up regardless after spending years berating the orange for doing just that? Watch this space. As an aside - Spike - funeral today of a very well respected and decent man took place in the middle of Rathcoole estate. Regimental flag and beret on the coffin and piper in kilt and full rig leading. Fitting turnout for the man.
 
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Setanta said:
Meanwhile, the start time of the controversial Sinn Fein parade is proposed for noon from Bank Square to Chapel Lane, Castle Street, Castle Junction and Donegall Place. The end proposed time of the outward route is 1.05pm.
Bank Square is behind Tescos on Royal Avenue, it's a dingy wee back street for F**K sake why are they starting there?!?

Anyway I don't think it'll cause any real disruption to the proper parade!!

Has the route and a date been confirmed yet? I'd like to attend :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAaRdosqwXo
 
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spike7451 said:
BaggyInBlack said:
There's me thinking all was fine back home. I was going to my brothers wedding next month and applied to attend in uniform as I thought it was getting like the mainland, security wise. How feckin naive I was. With nobbers like this still in the country, it'll be years before it gets back to normal.
At the end of July I was going up Station Road outside Carrick & the was a funeral with 2 of the pallbearers wearing Number two's. (REME or Sigs I think)
Must have been different circumstances to get permission for that one..alas with my request, it's slightly different. Not wanting to mention them here for obvious reasons, both my brother and I are gutted that it can't happen. I just guess that my beautiful homeland will always be tarred with this mess for many years to come :(
 
#16
What do we expect if we put the shit in power when they should be in prison. Blair's cowardice has condemned NI to years of political deadlock, low-level gangsterism and the odd isolated incident, such as that RPG attack a while back.

Ireland is one of the most beautiful and historical parts of the UK, yet it is tarred by this filth, who should have been rooted out and destroyed years ago :x :evil:
 
#17
Bravo_Zulu said:
Ireland is one of the most beautiful and historical parts of the UK....
I think you mean Northern Ireland :p :D
 
#18
Having spoke to the guys and family back home they won't be intimidated I think this SF counter parade is more to intimidate people from the catholic community coming out to support the troops who represent all the people of Northern Ireland but also many from the Republic of Ireland as well as Fiji,South Africa and plenty of scousers as well. In saying that if they do get the go ahead from the shite that is the parades comisson, I hope the police over rule and beat those evil secterian bastards off the streets ........(rant over and counting to ten)



FAUGH A BALLAGH
 
#19
I, much the same as foggy we be there in either one of 2 of the aforementioned attires, I do hope to be in suit and Regimental tie but I'd settle for my huge blue babygrow (if it lets me get a wee crack at the other fcukers)
To all my friends and colleagues in the Royal Irish, well done guys and gals, heads high, chests out and show your style.

Faugh-A-Ballagh
 
#20
Mugs said:
Setanta said:
Meanwhile, the start time of the controversial Sinn Fein parade is proposed for noon from Bank Square to Chapel Lane, Castle Street, Castle Junction and Donegall Place. The end proposed time of the outward route is 1.05pm.
Bank Square is behind Tescos on Royal Avenue, it's a dingy wee back street for F**K sake why are they starting there?!?

Anyway I don't think it'll cause any real disruption to the proper parade!!

Has the route and a date been confirmed yet? I'd like to attend :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAaRdosqwXo
The initial post stated 2nd November. Here's the link to the Parades Commission website:

http://www.paradescommission.org/pa...search-datebutton.x=15&search-datebutton.y=16

It shows the original notification of the R IRISH parade as well as the Sinn Fein spoiler and the routes for both. I haven't got access to a Belfast City map at the moment, but if memory serves even if they don't cross they will come close. Gerry and his merry men know that they will probably get turned down by the parades commission, which will give them plenty of opportunity to make a nusciance of themselves along the route that the R IRISH are taking.

If I remember correctly there is a republican pub quite close to Bank Square, as well as a black cab rank. No doubt they'll half cut before they go out to wave their banners.
 

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