UDA complete break with Shoukris…

THE UDA has appointed a new leadership in north Belfast, prompting the usual warnings of tension. Time for the NIO to get the chequebook out then.

  • And time to listen to the Kaiser Chiefs again? Or will it be Eminem…
    “I told ya’ll mothafuckas I was comin back
    What now ***** what now what
    You’s the projects *****

    One shot two shot three shot four shot
    All I hear is gunshots this is where the fun stops
    Bodies drop hit the floor music’s off
    Parties stop, everybody hit the door someone’s lickin shots off”

    No doubt we’ll know before the weekends over,sadly.

  • Pete Baker

    I see Brian Rowan predicted “Two statements are expected to be released by lunchtime.” in the Belfast Telegraph report.

    And two statements were released.. but not the two he predicted..

  • wild turkey

    cybez

    well i listen to the kaiser chief, compliments of my kids. however, i come from an older generation

    see this talk of inner councils and brigade structure, etc etc remind anyone of ruritania?

    it appears to be a fact of life that in ni/6 counties/nameit/callit, that the machinations of some groups attract a degree of analysis which the New York Daily News stopped giving to capos about 50 years ago.

  • McGrath

    Maybe the UDA just doesn’t like the idea of Egyptian social workers.

  • ciaran damery

    The uda has been used and manipulated by the brits when the colonizer deemed it necessary to terorize and murder Irish people, particularly in N. Belfast Now that the struggle for irish liberation is being fought within the political arena, the brits have no more need fof the Shoukris or other Unionist terorists. One can only hope that if rival Unionist criminal and sectarian terrorists take up their few guns that it will be an internecine fued. Irish people in that part of Belfast have suffered more than anyone else at the claws of Unionist sectarian sub-human nazi terrorists. Let them fight their own drug wars and hopefully continue on the path of self destruction. Incidentally, it was the ‘alleged’ Unionist sectarian serial killer Mad Dog Adair, who brought the Shoukri gangsters into the uff/uda.

  • wild turkey,
    Ruritania, is that where they grew transparent trees?

  • Concerned Loyalist

    “Irish people in that part of Belfast have suffered more than anyone else at the claws of Unionist sectarian sub-human nazi terrorists.”

    1) Not all UDA members are Unionists, a number of them would prefer an Independent Ulster, so the organisation would be better described as “loyalist” than “unionist”, as every member swears an Oath of loyalty to Ulster on joining the Association.

    2) “British people in that part of Belfast have suffered more than anyone else at the claws of Republican sectarian sub-human nazi terrorists.”

    By changing just two words of your quote I can portray my point of view, and the way MY community views the situation in North Belfast and Ulster as a whole. After all, what is more “sub-human” than the RA in South Armagh putting bombs into cars and sending innocent Roman Catholics to their deaths by ordering them to drive the cars to the nearest police station/Army base?
    As for the Nazi jibe, talk about the pot calling the kettle black! Republicans have a cheek daring to compare us to the scum our forefathers fought and died against to keep the world free from the cancer of intolerant fascism, when respected journalists such as Jim Cusack describe Sean Russell, the IRA Chief-Of-staff during World War II, as “a Nazi collaborator”. The animal met with Nazi intelligence agent Oscar Pfaus, and visited Nazi Germany on numerous other occasions, including one trip to the Brandenburger Regiment’s training facilities, a Nazi commando unit. It is little wonder then that the Protestant-Unionist-Loyalist people are so angered by Nazi taunts, when republicans gave open support to these animals who committed the most heinous and barbaric crimes imaginable!

  • Concerned Loyalist

    The word that is needlessly censored is *scum*, which I feel is as good an adjective as any to describe the IRA and their Nazi brothers-in-arms…

  • Concerned Loyalist

    I thought by putting a * before and after the word, it would beat the censor, but obviously not. I believe in freedom of speech except in extreme cases ( i.e. Abu Hamzir and other religious fanatics) so I won’t be beaten by petty censorship. SC-UM is the word I would use to describe Nazi Party/IRA members…

  • Comrade Stalin

    By changing just two words of your quote I can portray my point of view, and the way MY community views the situation in North Belfast and Ulster as a whole.

    But CL, loyalists don’t receive any votes worth talking about.

    If I want to know the opinions of your community, I’ll ask the people they actually elect to represent them. Capiche ?

  • Comrade Stalin

    SC-UM is the word I would use to describe Nazi Party/IRA members…

    What word would you use to describe a paramilitary group with links to Combat 18 and other neo-nazi groups ?

  • Sauce for the goose

    CL,

    I’m confused, I thought loyalists were loyal to the british crown, therefore if they favoured an independent northern ireland surely they would be neither unionists nor loyalists?

    Oh, by the way, heres another Nazi collaborator for you.
    http://www.alba.org.uk/timeline/1918to1945.html

  • bertie

    I hate the fact that we are even talking about these thugs as I’m sure that they love it.

    At the same time we can’t ignore them. I just wish that every comment was a dent to their overblown ego and not a massage stroke.