It is time for SF to show the respect it demands of others

Michelle O'Neill at a commeration for IRA members killed in Loughall by the SAS in 1987.  There has been much talk from Ms O'Neill about 'respect' but her movement showed no respect Picture Matt Bohill Pacemaker Press
Michelle O'Neill at a commeration for IRA members killed in Loughall by the SAS in 1987. There has been much talk from Ms O'Neill about 'respect' but her movement showed no respect Picture Matt Bohill Pacemaker Press

Now that the electon to Westminister has passed can we now see Sinn Fein move on from the rhetoric and respectfully recognise that unionism has also recived a resounding mandate throught the vote given to Arlene Foster and the DUP?

I heard much talk about respect and integrity from Michelle O’Neill, leader of Sinn Fein while over the past months she and her movement show no respect to unionism and its people.

Letters to Editor

Letters to Editor

Shankill Road bomber Sean Kelly campaignes for Sinn Fein on the streets, Martina Anderson uses vulgar language in the European Parliment, Gerry Adams doesn’t learn from his break these B’s speech in Enniskillen and then calls a previous Secretary of State “a complete tube”.

Sadly words are being used as a party political slogan that suits a strategy.

Let us move on and use and talk respect as it is-the giving of due regard to others.

Raymond Farrell, Councillor, Ballinamallard