Protestant Coalition explains immigrant protest

Protestant Coalition is planning a protest in Belfast city centre on Saturday against uncontrolled immigration
Protestant Coalition is planning a protest in Belfast city centre on Saturday against uncontrolled immigration

Since we announced that we would be having a rally at Belfast City Hall to highlight the open door border and unchecked immigration polities of both the EU and the British government we have been attacked from all levels of political parties and Protestant church leaders.

We feel that many of those who have attacked us do so because of their own agenda and in doing so have called us racists, bigots, twisted, sick and deplorable to name but a few but we have kept to our original plan because the people on the ground have asked us to.

Letters to Editor

Letters to Editor

The political leaders as we all know have their own agenda and only this week some of them have supported the call to bomb Syria in an effort to eradicate Islamic terrorists.

These very same people must understand that it is more than likely that they might get some of those that seek to destroy but most of those killed may be innocent victims.

The leaders of the three main Protestant churches have come out and attacked us and quoted passages from the Bible to back up their reasons for doing so but we can all do that when it comes to trying to win an argument.

The question that we would ask the same Christian leaders where were they when thousands of Christians have and are still being massacred yet they find the time to raise their voices against us for wanting better immigration controls, why?

We will reiterate our stance and our call for the end of the failed policies and the introduction of stricter policies that would ensure that those most in need get the help that they so deserve.

Robert McKee, Chair, Protestant Coalition

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