Removing 11th night bonfires is the SF endgame

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Many people are looking to appoint blame for the violence we are seeing in Belfast over the last 24 hours.

Sinn Fein knew this violence was going to happen and I would say this is exactly what they wanted.

For anyone that has read William Matchett’s book ‘Secret Victory - The Intelligence War that Beat the IRA’ will know that the aim of SF is to cause disorder on the streets when they are not getting their own way.

So they (Sinn Fein) are ultimately to blame, along with all those that supported the backhanded motion in Belfast City Council.

This legislation was brought in to allow the 11th night bonfires to be removed. This is the end game. It’s always been the end game of SF.

Break Unionism, break the pro Union people and their traditions, break the Orange Order and everything they stand for and in doing so they will break unionism.

Remember the senior ranks of SF contain terrorists and murderers. A little bit of orchestrated public order is nothing for them to worry about.

They don’t care for the lives of police officers they are putting at risk, sure they spent years murdering police officers or anyone that spoke to them.

They don’t care how many people are injured due to this.

Don’t be fooled by SF, their propaganda and their lies. They don’t want equality, they want to suppress the pro Union supporters in NI by any means necessary.

Remember Gerry Adams’ statement on equality? He said “The point is to actually break these b******s – that’s the point. And what’s going to break them is equality. That’s what’s going to break them – equality. “Who could be afraid of equality? Who could be afraid of treating somebody the way you want to be treated. That’s what we need to keep the focus on – that’s the Trojan horse of the entire republican strategy – is to reach out to people on the basis of equality.”

How can any pro Union Supporter believe that SF actually wants equality?

Nothing SF has ever done has benefited the unionist community.

John Brennan, founder of Union First, an all Inclusive Pro Union group, Ballygowan