Loyalist Killers Endorse Tom Elliott & Nigel Dodds, Target Alliance

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An umbrella group which has the backing of the three main loyalist paramilitary organisations has warned unionists not to vote for the Alliance party. Hilariously, The LCC also said no party has done "more to undermine the Britishness of Northern Ireland, and foment community mistrust and division than the Alliance Party". :p

The Loyalist Community Council has the backing of the Ulster Defence Association, the Ulster Volunteer Force and the Red Hand Commando. It has endorsed the exact same candidates as the DUP has in the upcoming election; Ulster Unionist Tom Elliott in Fermanagh and South Tyrone, the DUP's Nigel Dodds in North Belfast, the DUP's Gavin Robinson in East Belfast and the DUP's Emma Little Pengelly in South Belfast.

You've been warned by the UDA

LCC said it "particularly warns all unionists and loyalists against voting for Alliance party candidates". It comes on the back of loyalist Colin Horner, 35, who was shot between four and six times in a Sainsbury’s car park in Bangor, County Down, on Sunday afternoon. He had just put his 3 year old in the back seat of his car. His best mate was killed a matter of weeks before. Both killings are known to be the work of the DUP's endorsers, the UDA.

Indeed, DUP leader Foster has been criticised over meeting a UDA leader, Jackie McDonald, just days after the DUP's fave paramilitary organisation was linked the brutal murder. Asked in what capacity Mrs Foster met Jackie McDonald, the DUP did not respond.

Sinn Féin's John O'Dowd said it " beggars belief that only two days after the UDA murdered Colin Horner in Bangor that Arlene Foster did not challenge a senior UDA leader to disband the armed loyalist gang. The UDA has been involved in murders, pipe bombings, intimidation, arson, drug dealing and extortion over recent years."

Last week a UDA-linked magazine called on loyalists to vote for the DUP's Emma Little-Pengelly and Nigel Dodds in next week's general election. The Loyalist, a monthly publication with links to the Ulster Political Research Group, urged voters to get behind The Brick in NB and an Emma Little-Pengelly. The latter's father was a loyalist gunner runner for DUP linked paramilitary organisation, Ulster Resistance.

Who has brainwashed Ulster's finest loyal of loyalists that Alliance is indeed the new anti-Christ, the shirtlifter, the A-Rab, the immigrant, the new Fenian? And why would this brainwasher create such a strategy? *Cough* East Belfast *Cough* That Yellow party *Cough* Burned out offices *Cough* Remove the Fleg *Cough* Elephants never forget

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/may/29/man-shot-in-front-of-son-in-northern-ireland-victim-of-uda-internal-feud-colin-horner
General Election: Loyalists warn unionists not to vote Alliance - BBC News
Arlene Foster criticised after meeting UDA leader days after loyalist murder - The Irish News
 
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The DUP have been in hock with loyalist killers since their Foundation and have a cheek to lecture nationalists about the Ra.
 

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The Ulster Unionist Party leader, Robin Swann, said: "The Ulster Unionist Party is a party of law and order.
"We have not asked for the support of paramilitary organisations nor do we want the backing of organisations still engaged in paramilitary or criminal activity."



http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/general-election-2017/uup-and-dup-reject-loyalist-communities-councils-endorsement-35792573.html

meanwhile...

A Sinn Fein general election candidate has again declined the chance to condemn specifically the murder of lawyer and politician Edgar Graham.

Sinn Fein candidate quizzed publicly on Graham murder - Belfast Newsletter

Trevor Ringland: John Finucane needs to clarify his position on the IRA and in particular its murder of lawyers - Belfast Newsletter

Edgar Graham
 
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This LLC support could backfire on the DUP in South and East Belfast, UUP quite correct to state that they don't want any backing from such organisations.
 

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The Ulster Unionist Party leader, Robin Swann, said: "The Ulster Unionist Party is a party of law and order.
"We have not asked for the support of paramilitary organisations nor do we want the backing of organisations still engaged in paramilitary or criminal activity."


meanwhile...

A Sinn Fein general election candidate has again declined the chance to condemn specifically the murder of lawyer and politician Edgar Graham.

Sinn Fein candidate quizzed publicly on Graham murder - Belfast Newsletter

Trevor Ringland: John Finucane needs to clarify his position on the IRA and in particular its murder of lawyers - Belfast Newsletter

Edgar Graham
Have the IRA warned voters not to vote for the Alliance party?
What would be the consequences from the UDA to unionists who vote Alliance?
 

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This LLC support could backfire on the DUP in South and East Belfast, UUP quite correct to state that they don't want any backing from such organisations.
It is completely hypocritical of them. If they are going to condemn and distance themselves from the LLC than they should also condemn and distance themselves from Orange men like Tom Elliot which they won't do, now will they? It is the old implausible deniability lark and no way have they ever been the Party of Law and Order particularly when it comes the former.
 

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To be fair the OO is more UVF/Shankill Butchers linked, whereas the DUP is clearly UDA aligned.
 

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The Ulster Unionist Party leader, Robin Swann, said: "The Ulster Unionist Party is a party of law and order.
"We have not asked for the support of paramilitary organisations nor do we want the backing of organisations still engaged in paramilitary or criminal activity."


meanwhile...

A Sinn Fein general election candidate has again declined the chance to condemn specifically the murder of lawyer and politician Edgar Graham.

Sinn Fein candidate quizzed publicly on Graham murder - Belfast Newsletter

Trevor Ringland: John Finucane needs to clarify his position on the IRA and in particular its murder of lawyers - Belfast Newsletter

Edgar Graham

Easy to say that when they've got it anyway....wink, wink....tap, tap....say no more.........:cool:
 

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This thread is about the DUP and the UDA, stop deflecting.
Jaysus ye better tell Lonely then, thon OP had moi thinking it was about the LCC, Duh...
 

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To be fair the OO is more UVF/Shankill Butchers linked, whereas the DUP is clearly UDA aligned.
What are the differences between the two groups now a days other than personalities?

In the old days it used to be that the UVF tended to be more Left wing at least when it came towards the Prod working class and was more open to ideas about "Ulster Separatism" as well as Calvinist Jihadi weird religiousity while as the UDA tended to be more right wing on economics and less inclined to a separate "Ulster". Now though?
 

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What are the differences between the two groups now a days other than personalities?

In the old days it used to be that the UVF tended to be more Left wing at least when it came towards the Prod working class and was more open to ideas about "Ulster Separatism" as well as Calvinist Jihadi weird religiousity while as the UDA tended to be more right wing on economics and less inclined to a separate "Ulster". Now though?
Somehow I can't imagine either group sitting in the Maze debating the merits of Keynes v Friedman.
 

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What are the differences between the two groups now a days other than personalities?

In the old days it used to be that the UVF tended to be more Left wing at least when it came towards the Prod working class and was more open to ideas about "Ulster Separatism" as well as Calvinist Jihadi weird religiousity while as the UDA tended to be more right wing on economics and less inclined to a separate "Ulster". Now though?
UDA had an economic policy?
 

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What are the differences between the two groups now a days other than personalities?

In the old days it used to be that the UVF tended to be more Left wing at least when it came towards the Prod working class and was more open to ideas about "Ulster Separatism" as well as Calvinist Jihadi weird religiousity while as the UDA tended to be more right wing on economics and less inclined to a separate "Ulster". Now though?


They are cold blooded killers Ratio and are currently engaged in every type of criminal activity imaginable.

Parties who accept endorsement from such scum should be ostracised from all decent folk.
 


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