DUP letter warns unionists to get ready for a border poll


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While Arlene Foster claims there is no probability of a border poll, a letter emerged from North Down MLA Alex Easton warning unionists that they may not be able to vote to keep Northern Ireland in the UK. The correspondence warns the recipient that "in the light of recent election results, it's even more important you get registered" to vote. The mask slips again for the DUP and unionism ?

DUP letter urges unionists to prepare for border poll - The Irish News
 

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Scaring Protestants now to get on the registrar for this years elections is some plan by the DUP-

A lot of Protestants who do not vote Unionist will vote to stay in the EU / United Ireland-

That's another fine mess you DUP have got us into says the Shankill Loyalists-
 

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Scaring Protestants now to get on the registrar for this years elections is some plan by the DUP-

A lot of Protestants who do not vote Unionist will vote to stay in the EU / United Ireland-

That's another fine mess you DUP have got us into says the Shankill Loyalists-

Eddie Carson did say, unionism would destro the onion😂
 

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Here is how it goes:

Approaching the elections in 2015 it was Gerry Adams.
Approaching the elections in 2016 it was vote Arlene to stop Martin.
Approaching the elections in 2017 it was radical republican agenda.
Approaching the elections in 2019 it is border poll.

Of course the DUP don't believe there will be a border poll, so it safe to assume this is directed at getting the DUP vote registered and out for the May 2nd locals. It's merely their usual tactic of scaring the life out of their voters. That is how much they think of them.

In other words, no news to be seen here.
 

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Here is how it goes:

Approaching the elections in 2015 it was Gerry Adams.
Approaching the elections in 2016 it was vote Arlene to stop Martin.
Approaching the elections in 2017 it was radical republican agenda.
Approaching the elections in 2019 it is border poll.

Of course the DUP don't believe there will be a border poll, so it safe to assume this is directed at getting the DUP vote registered and out for the May 2nd locals. It's merely their usual tactic of scaring the life out of their voters. That is how much they think of them.

In other words, no news to be seen here.
Ever hear the story of the boy who cried wolf ? The DUP will get a backlash for Brexit with the UUP to gain along with Alliance. But SF could well have the largest party vote in the locals - would that be a huge psychological blow to the DUP and unionism or what :redface:
 

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Ever hear the story of the boy who cried wolf ? The DUP will get a backlash for Brexit with the UUP to gain along with Alliance. But SF could well have the largest party vote in the locals - would that be a huge psychological blow to the DUP and unionism or what :redface:
Not so sure the UUP would directly benefit from any Brexit backlash - there's hardly a cigarette paper between them on the issue now. Or on any issue, in the main.

More likely any backlash would come in the form of "I think I'll stay at home today and not vote".
 

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While Arlene Foster claims there is no probability of a border poll, a letter emerged from North Down MLA Alex Easton warning unionists that they may not be able to vote to keep Northern Ireland in the UK. The correspondence warns the recipient that "in the light of recent election results, it's even more important you get registered" to vote. The mask slips again for the DUP and unionism ?

DUP letter urges unionists to prepare for border poll - The Irish News
No doubt about it, but the locationally challenged Unionists trapped in Ireland are great for an aul laugh!

Hahahahaha
 

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Not so sure the UUP would directly benefit from any Brexit backlash - there's hardly a cigarette paper between them on the issue now. Or on any issue, in the main.

More likely any backlash would come in the form of "I think I'll stay at home today and not vote".
Possibly, some blow to unionism if the Shinners become the largest party at local level.
 

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Possibly, some blow to unionism if the Shinners become the largest party at local level.
The Unionists do some crying because they can’t be the Majority in a United Ireland which is a bit of a mystery because they are no longer the majority in the Six- waiting for the crazy idiots to look for the border to be down-sized to suit them again for another generation-
 

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The Unionists do some crying because they can’t be the Majority in a United Ireland which is a bit of a mystery because they are no longer the majority in the Six- waiting for the crazy idiots to look for the border to be down-sized to suit them again for another generation-


No doubt about it Michael, the AH's will be looking repartition when they eventually smell the unification coffee.

Best of Irish luck to them:lol:
 

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Onions and Nationalist vote splitters will get a clear message come elections....trust me.PON.
Like the 2017 Assembly election count on March 3 2017 - when the usual onionist comedians between the bridges, Criumh etc weren't to be seen for days on P.ie when the count became clear the SF wave across the six as a result to Arlene's crocodile comments :laugh: What a few days that was, happiest days ever on P.ie :roflmao:

Northern Ireland Election 2017 - Page 105
 

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Like the 2017 Assembly election count on March 3 2017 - when the usual onionist comedians between the bridges, Criumh etc weren't to be seen for days on P.ie when the count became clear the SF wave across the six as a result to Arlene's crocodile comments :laugh: What a few days that was, happiest days ever on P.ie :roflmao:

Northern Ireland Election 2017 - Page 105



Very true sir, but...…...they ain't seen nothing yet.:laugh:
 

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No doubt about it Michael, the AH's will be looking repartition when they eventually smell the unification coffee.

Best of Irish luck to them:lol:
Post the conflict the border will be redrawn to include Donegal in NI.

You're welcome to Cavan and Monaghan.
 
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