Sinn Fein arse-kissers on death of British imperialist

Sinn Fein president and member of the Dublin partitionist parliament MaryLou McDonald on the death of the odious old reactionary husband of the Brit queen:

“Sincere condolences to Queen Elizabeth and family on the death of her husband Prince Phillip. Sympathies to those of a British identity on our island, for whom his death will be felt as a great loss. Ar dheis De go raibh a anam dilis.”

Sinn Fein deputy-leader and member of the northern partitionist parliament Michelle O’Neill:

“As Deputy First Minister I wish to extend my sincere condolences to Queen Elizabeth and her family on the death of her husband Prince Phillip.”

(with thanks to Liam O Ruairc for passing on these comments by McDonald and O’Neill.)

Posted on April 12, 2021, in Imperialism (generally), Irish politics today, Partition, Political education and theory, Provos - then and now, six counties, Toadyism, twenty-six counties, Uncategorized, Unionism, loyalism, sectarianism. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Michelle O’Neil said more than that, she said in full: “I wish to extend my sincere condolences to Queen Elizabeth and her family on the death of her husband Prince Phillip.
    Over the past two decades there have been significant interventions by the British Royal family to assist in the building of relationships between Britain and Ireland.
    It is appropriate that this contribution to the advancement of peace and reconciliation is rightly recognised.
    To all those of a unionist tradition and of British identity – those who value and cherish the Royal family – I wish to acknowledge the sense of loss felt.”

    The “relationship between Britain and Ireland” and “peace and reconciliation”? Eight and a half centuries of invasion, colonisation, expropriation, exploitation, massacres, famines, ethnic cleansing, racism …

    Danny Morrison also slurped out the crap ….

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