Nazi Loyalist Commemorates Somme

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A man sported a Nazi swastika tattoo while taking part in a Somme commemoration in Belfast. While the suited man was keen to show his solidarity with the British troops of World War One, his loyalties appeared divided over World War 2.

The swastika tattoo on his neck was clearly visible over the collar of his white shirt, suggesting support for Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.

The badges on his lapel were more conventional for a loyalist hardliner: a Red Hand of Ulster, a poppy and the emblems of the UVF and Red Hand Commando paramilitary groups.

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Seems he changed sides just before WWII....
 

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A man sported a Nazi swastika tattoo while taking part in a Somme commemoration in Belfast. While the suited man was keen to show his solidarity with the British troops of World War One, his loyalties appeared divided over World War 2.

The swastika tattoo on his neck was clearly visible over the collar of his white shirt, suggesting support for Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.

The badges on his lapel were more conventional for a loyalist hardliner: a Red Hand of Ulster, a poppy and the emblems of the UVF and Red Hand Commando paramilitary groups.

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An all-round piece of crap, so!
 

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A man sported a Nazi swastika tattoo while taking part in a Somme commemoration in Belfast. While the suited man was keen to show his solidarity with the British troops of World War One, his loyalties appeared divided over World War 2.

The swastika tattoo on his neck was clearly visible over the collar of his white shirt, suggesting support for Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.
The type of lunatic who would fly an Israeli fleg in Ireland.
Jesus would have wept but Zionists would have killed him for being a Palestinian left wing radical.

The badges on his lapel were more conventional for a loyalist hardliner: a Red Hand of Ulster, a poppy and the emblems of the UVF and Red Hand Commando paramilitary groups.

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Loyality.
 

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I'll bet he was a Nazi skinhead in the 80s, as was the form back then, and just never got round to laser surgery ..
 

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A@@hole should have been told to leave the parade -fantastic day and re-enactment in Woodvale Park -one eejit gets the headlines.
 

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Were the IRA not supporting the Nazis in the 2nd World War?
You must be in the running for biggest fúcking clown on this site, which takes some doing....
Even if your post were correct....even if, what has it got to do with the thread, you halfwit......
Actually, the gentleman pictured may be taking an entirely principled position in that the treatment of the Germans with regard to the wholesale rape of the country's resources and reparations post WW1 led to a sympathetic appraisal of Adolf's response when he came to power....
We'll give him the benefit of the doubt, shall we...?
 

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I've no time for Loyalists or their usually crass "commemorations" but this was one scumbag. It looks bad on the organisers that they tolerated his presence but unless it can be shown that he enjoyed widespread support or others like him attended, I wouldn't be in a haste to tar everyone who turned up.
 

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Were the IRA not supporting the Nazis in the 2nd World War?
Pathetic deflection from a Nazi supporting loyalist.
Could you give us your opinion on a Nazi supporter at a Somme event, it's the topic of the thread?
 

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I've no time for Loyalists or their usually crass "commemorations" but this was one scumbag. It looks bad on the organisers that they tolerated his presence but unless it can be shown that he enjoyed widespread support or others like him attended, I wouldn't be in a haste to tar everyone who turned up.
Loyalist's take an ambivalent view of neo-Nazism. There are those, generally a very small and insignificant minority, who sympathise with or support the far-right. The great majority, however, generally detest neo-Nazis. The National Front briefly opened an office in East Belfast many years ago, and it was quickly shut down, by Loyalists. When former BNP leader Nick Griffin attended a Somme commemoration a while back, he was confronted by a number of Loyalists and told where to go. It would be erroneous to assume that all Loyalists are all far-right, neo-Nazi supporting delinquents like exiled Jonny Mad Dog Adair and his associates.
 

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A man sported a Nazi swastika tattoo while taking part in a Somme commemoration in Belfast. While the suited man was keen to show his solidarity with the British troops of World War One, his loyalties appeared divided over World War 2.

The swastika tattoo on his neck was clearly visible over the collar of his white shirt, suggesting support for Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.

The badges on his lapel were more conventional for a loyalist hardliner: a Red Hand of Ulster, a poppy and the emblems of the UVF and Red Hand Commando paramilitary groups.

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In fairness, the Nazis are underrepresented at these commendations. Parity of esteem.
 

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