“NO SURRENDER”!!! BEWARE IT DOES NOT SUFFER FOOLS LIGHTLY.
It has been hinted at, in East Belfast that, the tactic of writing NO SURRENDER, across the ballet sheet in the upcoming election, would be a more preferable option than, voting for a United Unionist Candidate in East Belfast.
This suggested act of treachery, could well result in the treacherous, non- union and non- National Standard supporting alliance party, being re-elected by default in East Belfast.
It would be a betrayal of the thousands of ordinary decent Loyalists, who have been protesting and in many cases prosecuted, for making a stand in defence of our National Standard.
It would be a betrayal of every Ulster Volunteer who had ever charged into no-man’s land, with the cry of NO SURRENDER, on their lips.
It would also be a total betrayal of every Ulster Volunteer of the early seventies, who defiantly proclaimed NO SURRENDER in the courts upon sentencing and throughout their entire imprisonment.
Every sincere Unionist in East Belfast needs to realise the seriousness of our countries present situation, Country must be put before petty, party, or petty, personal aspirations, remember every split, spoiled, or unused Unionist vote, will be a vote for the treacherous, alliance party.
“NO SURRENDER” is not a declaration to be made lightly, or insincerely, especially by fraudulent Loyalists, it has a habit of coming back to severely bite, those who use it dishonestly.
Now would be a suitable time to remember the words of, “Where now the no surrender men.”
Where now the no surrender men, where now their cries of never?
Where now the pledges cheaply made, without the courage to deliver?
Where now the hands that would not shake, the bloody hands of slaughter?
Where now the papers boastfully waved, for guns that would not utter?
Where now the wavers of the flag, where now the ranks of marchers?
Where now resistance Red Berets? all sold out by your masters.
All sold for riches power and fame, lie cast aside the cannon fodder.
Misused, disowned, shamefully cast aside, in exchange for Stormont Plunder.