Loyalists in surprise attack on Short Strand

Jan 14, 2013 Full story: Irish Republican News 15

A sudden attack on the small nationalist enclave of the Short Strand tonight saw the homes of elderly residents set ablaze and a group of adults with special needs come under petrol bomb attack.

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Richmond Hill, Canada

#1 Jan 16, 2013
this isn't a real news story - its a propaganda story via the Irish Repubician Army (IRA) propaganda terrorist network
jason norris

Blackburn, UK

#2 Jan 16, 2013
for USA consumption,and dubbadub admiring acceptance of lies.
Northpal

Toronto, Canada

#3 Jan 16, 2013
Damn that race mixed England is what we are striving for.
unionjack4eva

London, UK

#4 Jan 16, 2013
Should of left the flag alone!! What did they think whould of happend when they took it down. This country was moving alone fine untill this, blame stormont.betrying ulster/loyalists AGAIN!
CSMD

London, UK

#5 Jan 16, 2013
unionjack4eva wrote:
Should of left the flag alone!! What did they think whould of happend when they took it down. This country was moving alone fine untill this, blame stormont.betrying ulster/loyalists AGAIN!
If it had have been taken down without the publicity, thee good ole tracksuit wearing Loyalists wouldnt have even noticed as they strided past city hall in their new Nike Air Max and baseball cap!

If the Country was going fine like you claim, then why have the work-shy loyalist scum now changed their reasons for protest and now blame "Lack of jobs (really) and SOCIAL deprivation?
realist

Edinburgh, UK

#6 Feb 2, 2013
NI will always be a pariah in Europe. Do you really think any right thinking businessman (foreign) would ever waste their money in such a place. If they do, they are simply gambling their money- the way things stand right now! What an advertisemnt for NI...all for a flag, which to half the population does not represent them. Why not compromise and come up with a flag that both communities accept and share a future together in peace!!
---Equality

Airdrie, UK

#7 Feb 2, 2013
unionjack4eva wrote:
Should of left the flag alone!! What did they think whould of happend when they took it down. This country was moving alone fine untill this, blame stormont.betrying ulster/loyalists AGAIN!
Hi "unionjack4nevar" lol, u like that???
First of all the union jack is only called the union jack when it is hoisted and flying at sea. The union flag, is the name of this flag when it flying on dry land. Of course you knew that, didn,t you......NOT!!!

Secondly, whether Union or Union Jack, this flag represents the St Georges cross, the scottish flag and welsh flag. There is no reference within this flag, whatsoever to the North of Ireland or if you prefer Ulster. If you do prefer Ulster, you are also preferring, 3 counties of the republic of Ireland, as there are 9 counties to Ulster, and not the falicy of 6 within bigoted Unionism...

GOOD NIGHT, "union jack4nevar"
ernie

Belfast, UK

#8 Feb 2, 2013
realist wrote:
NI will always be a pariah in Europe. Do you really think any right thinking businessman (foreign) would ever waste their money in such a place. If they do, they are simply gambling their money- the way things stand right now! What an advertisemnt for NI...all for a flag, which to half the population does not represent them. Why not compromise and come up with a flag that both communities accept and share a future together in peace!!
what a crock of crap theres plenty of investment coming to N.Ireland and as for half i think you'll find it's more than half most people don't care weather there is a flag or not i am one of those people but name one other city that doesn't fly the flag of the country that they belong to and we are part of the uk so the union flag is N.Irelands flag all these people rioting shouldn'nt be destroying our country in the name of the flag but then what about those who want it down how many of them are claiming benefits from the british government using the national health service free school meals and the many other advantages we get from being part of the uk
ernie

Belfast, UK

#9 Feb 2, 2013
---Equality wrote:
<quoted text>Hi "unionjack4nevar" lol, u like that???
First of all the union jack is only called the union jack when it is hoisted and flying at sea. The union flag, is the name of this flag when it flying on dry land. Of course you knew that, didn,t you......NOT!!!
Secondly, whether Union or Union Jack, this flag represents the St Georges cross, the scottish flag and welsh flag. There is no reference within this flag, whatsoever to the North of Ireland or if you prefer Ulster. If you do prefer Ulster, you are also preferring, 3 counties of the republic of Ireland, as there are 9 counties to Ulster, and not the falicy of 6 within bigoted Unionism...
GOOD NIGHT, "union jack4nevar"
you are right about the flag at sea and on land but your wrong about the make up of the flag it is england white back ground with red cross top to bottom and left to right scotland blue back ground with white X corner to corner and Ireland white back ground with red X corner to corner to wales there flag is green and white with a big red dragon not on union flag buddy the original flag was just scotland and england from 1606 and the Ireland part was only added in 1801
rio

Beckenham, UK

#10 Feb 2, 2013
ernie wrote:
<quoted text>you are right about the flag at sea and on land but your wrong about the make up of the flag it is england white back ground with red cross top to bottom and left to right scotland blue back ground with white X corner to corner and Ireland white back ground with red X corner to corner to wales there flag is green and white with a big red dragon not on union flag buddy the original flag was just scotland and england from 1606 and the Ireland part was only added in 1801
The Union flag is the surimposition of the St George cross, the St Andrew cross and the St Patrick cross.

Flag of the United Kingdom

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_the_Unit...

I think this flag is one of the best flag and probably one of the best known worldwide (wuth the US flag).
phill

Belfast, UK

#11 Feb 3, 2013
---Equality wrote:
<quoted text>Hi "unionjack4nevar" lol, u like that???
First of all the union jack is only called the union jack when it is hoisted and flying at sea. The union flag, is the name of this flag when it flying on dry land. Of course you knew that, didn,t you......NOT!!!
Secondly, whether Union or Union Jack, this flag represents the St Georges cross, the scottish flag and welsh flag. There is no reference within this flag, whatsoever to the North of Ireland or if you prefer Ulster. If you do prefer Ulster, you are also preferring, 3 counties of the republic of Ireland, as there are 9 counties to Ulster, and not the falicy of 6 within bigoted Unionism...
GOOD NIGHT, "union jack4nevar"
hey fella you need to do a flag and emblem course, because you are incorrect in what you say, the flag of st patrick is the red lines that go diagonal on the flag similar to the saltaire but in red and white, so we have the st georges cross and the saltaire and st patricks flag representing the irish , were to hell is there a welsh symbol or any green representing the welsh, they came under england back then, you really are stupid,
humberman99

Braintree, UK

#12 Feb 3, 2013
phill wrote:
<quoted text> hey fella you need to do a flag and emblem course, because you are incorrect in what you say, the flag of st patrick is the red lines that go diagonal on the flag similar to the saltaire but in red and white, so we have the st georges cross and the saltaire and st patricks flag representing the irish , were to hell is there a welsh symbol or any green representing the welsh, they came under england back then, you really are stupid,
you are wasting your time talking to a complete bigot, supporter of the pseudo irish communist murder thugs and pseudo irish communist murder expeditionary force into Columbia.

These guys are perverts in the extreme.
Actually Peaceful

Belfast, UK

#14 Feb 3, 2013
There are videos of it happening.

A 'Peaceful Protest' is walking by and they decide to throw bricks at the locals homes. They all cheer each time it happens until they realise its all on camera.

Nothing but thugs taking advantage of the situation to go riot. It's sickening.
bert

Belfast, UK

#15 Feb 3, 2013
I've heard them shouting about how children have been hurt at these protests and i've seen it with my own eyes babies in prams and buggies. Who takes there children to a protest where it's likely to end in violence. Shouldn't social services be monitoring what's going on checking video's to see who's got kid's at them and jailing them for endangering there own children
MalbarCACA Controller

Reston, VA

#16 Feb 3, 2013
What is my problem

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