Wouldn’t’ it be fantastic if the huge crowds that turned out on Saturday to remember and give thanks for our glorious past, could be encouraged to put as much time, effort, money and enthusiasm into fighting for a glorious future for the Loyalist Working class, by immediately mobilising in support of the PUP under the honest and sincere leadership of Billy Hutchinson.
And as for Craigavon House, where better to house a Loyalist Museum to commemorate the Volunteers of the early nineteen hundreds and the Volunteers of the seventies.
As for the so called unnamed, supposed leading figures from the UVF/RHC, who the Belfast Telegraph claims are supportive of Jackie McDonalds wish, to be part of the farcical peace and reconciliation centre, that is to sit alongside the republican shrine to terrorism at Long Kesh— I would say —think again.
I am still personally in contact with many of the old former prisoner Volunteers of the early seventies, and they are unanimous in their opinion that the entire Long Kesh site should be bulldozed to the ground. To retain any part of it to satisfy the IRA, would be an absolute insult to the memory of the thousands of innocent victims of the conflict and to the memory of our own fallen Volunteers.
This so-called peace, which the DUP/IRA partnership, claim we should be so thankful for, is in reality nothing more than a temporary sham peace as far as the IRA are concerned. As for genuine reconciliation, it has proved to be totally nonexistent in the real language and behaviour of Republicanism.