DUP finished if they give in to SF

Letter to the editor
Letter to the editor
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It remains to be seen if the DUP are going to compromise further to Sinn Fein/IRA to keep holding on to power sharing.

If the DUP go back on their word of no Irish Language Act or releasing money for one-sided legacy inquiries, I believe they will be finished.

The unionist people will realise they have been duped. The main reason the institutions were brought down was Brexit.

The Trojan horse was truly exposed by the UK vote.

The sad thing is that there were many unionists either through ignorance or their own ends who voted to remain in the European Union.

Sinn Fein/IRA see Brexit as a further separation from their goal of a united Ireland.

I am exasperated that in the first quarter of this year claims for an Irish passport from Northern Ireland and the mainland are up by 68%.

I think we can safely say that a fair percentage of these are from a unionist background.

We have too many garden centre unionists who have taken their eye off the ball and our playing around with the future of our place in the United Kingdom.

I think it is fair to say that the majority of Alliance votes are from a unionist background. If another election takes place unionists do not need to be pandering to parties like the Alliance Party who have proved in the past that they cannot be accused of being a unionist party.

Sinn Fein/IRA are trying to justify their behaviour by using the equality argument. We all know that this is more of their deceit in their aim to destroy Northern Ireland and our British way of life.

Unionists have compromised on so many things, not least allowing terrorists into the government of Northern Ireland. The unionist people need to play a smart game to counteract the republican propaganda and their attack on British democracy.

John Mulholland, Doagh