Sunday, 12 July 2009

It is the 12th July. Have a good one Ulster

I am not an Ulsterman, but yesterday, the first of July, as I followed their amazing attack, I felt I would rather be an an Ulsterman than anything else in the world.

Today is the 12th and if I could be anywhere in the world today, it would be Ulster, sometimes known as Northern Ireland. Because today is their day and so let us have a few videos for our kinsmen in that part of Our Nation. The top video is a tribute to those of Ulster who fought and died in the The Great War 1914-1918.

As a result brewing Home Rule crisis of 1912 thousands of brave young men from Ulster took up arms for the Ulster Volunteer Force to defend their civil and religious liberty. They were enlisted into the British Army as the 36th Ulster Division and went on to play a heroic role in the massive Somme campaign of World War One.

Well we would not be going to get very far, it we did not put up "The Sash my Father Wore", one of the greatest songs ever. England could do with a few songs like this one.

Sadly, the numbers of Orangemen are in decline. A few days ago, I listened to a programme on the marxist BBC radio 4, discussing the Orange Order. Of course they had to have a traitor protestant preacher who called for the disbandment of the Orange Order as God would want them to turn the other cheek and forget and forgive the likes of the baby murdering bastards Adams and McGuinness. Never.

And the men of Ulster have paid a heavy price for their Loyalty to Our Nation. They have fought for us and they have died for us. Some of them have sat out long years of their lives behind bars for their loyalty to us.

To me, Ulstermen are the bravest and most loyal of us all and I just wish the sheep that pass for men in some parts of Our Nation could grow balls as big as theirs.

And you cannot get away in an article about Ulster, without mentioning the Shankhill Road. Now if you only watch one of these videos, watch this one. The wall murals that you will see are now being painted over and replaced with multicultural muck by traitor councils. When I see patriotic murals going up on Our Walls, then I will know the people are beginning to wake up.

So Ulster and Orangmen everywhere, have a great day and let us send a message to Adams and McGuinness in the last video.