Friday, 16 March 2018

UK government vetoes UN resolution on Salisbury poisoning!

                       On Wednesday 14 March the UK government vetoed a UN Resolution asking for an investigation into the atrocity in Wiltshire Salisbury.    The Resolution was brought by Russia!  The BBC Question Time programme on Thursday 15 March was dominated with the Salisbury poisoning scandal.  The audience was enthralled by the debate with Kerr Starmer MP Labour having a real battle with the RT reporter Afshan Rattansi.  Rattansi in particular wanted to know why the UK government vetoed the UN resolution.  Chair David Dimbelby was hard pressed to keep order.

Sunday, 11 March 2018

Remainers! time to repent. The Bible says so!

 we are in the midst of Brexit negotiations
with the EU.   A fundamental policy of the EU is uncontrolled
immigration.  Uncontrolled immigration is completely unbiblical.  Acts
17v26 reminds us that God himself set the borders of nations so that
the inhabitants will seek the Lord(v27).  When the Israelites were on
their journey to the promised land they wanted to pass through Edom
but passage was refused by the King of Edom.    The Israelites
respected the proclamation of the King and did not cross the borders
of Edom(Numbers 20v 17-21).  The Bible repeatedly refers to borders as
providing peace and protection.  The building of the walls of
Jerusalem by Nehemiah was essential for Israel`s survival.   Those who
voted to remain in the EU referendum knowing the EU policy on
immigration were committing sin.  Time to repent!

Friday, 2 March 2018

Full support for Baroness Paisley

                   Baroness Paisley in a timely intervention in the devolution debate criticised Mrs Foster the DUP leader for refusing to stand down in the cash for ash controversy over renewables energy.  I agree that if Mrs Foster had  stood down the NI executive would have still been operating.    Also Iagree with Baroness Paisley in her rejection of a Irish Language Act and a Ulster Scots Act.   She said both not needed.
With Dr Paisley and Eileen Paisley on a evangelical gospel outreach, also Anne Jackson, Rev McDermott, Terri Jackson(1984).

Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Ireland faces massive fine for failing to meet EU energy targets

Report in todays Times: Ireland faces massive 600 million euro fine for failing to meet EU energy targets. (Times report 28 November)

Monday, 27 November 2017

New Conservative deal with the DUP for 2019..

        The Sunday Telegraph(26 November) reports that a new deal is being arranged between the conservative government and the DUP.  The new deal which is meant to come into operation in 2019 will include the scrapping of APD for flights between Belfast and London and lowering vat on the province`s hotels and restaurants.   This will make northern Ireland more competitive with airports in Dublin and on services such as hotels.  the report in Choppers Brexit Podcast on the Telegraph web site    It will cost £160 million a year and will be after the £1 billion deal already agreed with the government ends.  (This is being written on Monday 27 November and at the present there is no sign of a report on this in the Northern Ireland or BBC media).

Sunday, 26 November 2017

Mrs Foster writes to leaders of all 27 EU countries regarding Brexit.

              DUP leader Mrs Foster said at the DUP conference that she has written to the leaders pf all 27 EU countries setting out that the DUP will not accept any Brexit arrangements that are different from the rest of the UK.  I did not see this important step reported in the Northern Ireland media either the BBC or the print media  Newsletter, Belfast Telegraph, Irish News.   So much for accurate reporting of the DUP.  One  expects the BBC bias but this should have been reported in the print media.
                The BBC Mark Carruthers interviewed Peter Lilley the former conservative shadow chancellor regarding Brexit and Northern Ireland.  Mr Lilley said that the policing of the border after Brexit would be the responsibility of the Irish government.   Mr Carruthers in true BBC style was not amused at Mr Lilley daring to put the Dublin government on the spot.

          Victims commissioner Judith Thompson was unable to attend the memorial service in Enniskillen on 8 November for victims of the IRA Enniskillen bomb but was able to send two representatives of her office to the Sinn Fein conference in Dublin.  Jim Allister MLA has written to her asking what measures is the Victims Commission taking to ensure public display of the new Enniskillen memorial. 

Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Northern Ireland government collapses.

                           Northern Ireland is now without a government.   No ministers from northern Ireland.   No direct rule ministers as yet.  clearly mandatory power sharing is not working.  It must be either full direct rule or voluntary coalition power sharing.   the problem with Sinn Fein is they are not democrats.  they are marxists. Sinn Fein mention the Irish language.  the Irish language already gets at least £20 million.   It is unacceptable for them to get anymore recognition.   there are more Polish speakers in Northern Ireland than Irish speakers.   Northern Ireland needs a English language policy as there are many immigrants in Northern Ireland who cannot speak English.  Northern Ireland is British and the language of Northern Ireland is English.   Immigrants have a right to be able to learn English.
                            On the question of marriage Sin  Fein are quick to mention equality.   The European Court of Human Rights in its judgement in a case in France in June 2016 said that same sex marriage is NOT a right.  Only 10 percent of the 190 nations in  the UN have same sex marriage.