King William of Orange, the Protestant who was invited to be the king of England after James II was kicked out by the wise British people who refused to be ruled by a papist. William defeated James II and secured freedom for the English, free from Roman Catholic tyranny, ignorance, and superstition.
Protestant self-defence organizations were formed in the 1970′s to protect their community from despicable terrorist attacks by the I.R.A. terrorists. The caption reads: “For as long as one hundred of us remain we shall never in any way consent to submit to the Irish, for it’s not for glory or honour or riches we fight, but for freedom alone which no man loses but with his life.”
The caption reads: “We seek nothing but the elementary right implanted in every man: The right if you are attacked, to defend yourself.” Self-defence is not only a God-given right, it is solemn obligation for men to protect their families and kin from the attacks of their enemies. To do otherwise is cowardice and perfidy.
Londonderry Catholics in the Bogside neighbourhood have set up an apartheid Catholic-only area that they ironically call “Free Derry” — they fly the foreign tricolour flag of Eire and the Communist Che Guevera flag. The area is rife with criminality, drunkenness, unemployment, terrorists, and Catholic fanaticism. IRA terrorist “hunger strikers” who spread their faeces over the cells and starved themselves to death in the 1970′s because they weren’t allowed to wear street clothes in jail are given large memorials.
Protestants in the Fountain area of Londonderry face hostility from seditious Catholics who surround them. Flying the British flag enrages the bigoted Catholics. The brave Protestants stay put even though they have suffered through car-bombings, vandalism, threats, and acts of violence for many years – often having to fight fire with fire just to defend themselves. Although the Bogside Catholics openly provoke the Protestants with their foreign flags, their outrageous “Free Derry” sign, and their seditious murals, the news media often portrays the Protestants as the provokers; especially when Protestants only seek to exercise their free right to march and sing with British flags on British streets of a British country, rightly considering it irrelevant whether Catholics live in the neighbourhood they march through or not.
Sir. Edward Carson was a remarkable leader who lead Ulster in its successful fight to remain a part of the United Kingdom and independent from the Roman Catholic dominated southern country called Eire. (The Island of Ireland is home to two very different nations – Eire in the South, Ulster in the North. It is similar to the differences between Wales, Scotland, and England, only much more dramatic.) Carson spearheaded the signing of the Ulster Covenant and the arming of the Protestant population of Ulster with military rifles against a possible annexation into the south.
Ian Paisley led a counter-march to stop an illegal anti-police mob of Catholics in Armagh. Paisley was sent to 6 months in jail by the Catholic Judge who heard the case while IRA people who threw petrol bombs were let go with only a fine. Paisley is a King James Bible believer and true gospel preacher: “I am anti-Roman Catholic, but God being my judge, I love the poor dupes who are ground down under that system.”
Protestants in Ulster march with music and song through the streets of their free country to celebrate their civil and religious liberties. The minority Roman Catholics throw tantrums and fits trying to shut them up. Due to Roman bigotry against the Protestants a so-called “Parade Board” was established to “regulate” the Protestants’ free speech in order to appease the prejudiced Catholics.
The Protestants in Ulster have it right. God bless them. They are men.
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