Sinn Fein pres­i­dent ac­cuses DUP of ‘be­tray­ing pub­lic’ over Brexit

Belfast Telegraph - - LETTERS -

Wilma Kil­patrick: Since when was the mouth­piece elected to have a say in the north? Sort the south out. You will have plenty to do.

Paul Macky: Leader of largest party in the north. Get used to it. Roll on cen­sus 2021.

Allister Moore: Be­ing the leader of the largest party in North­ern Ire­land is not ex­actly some­thing to be proud of. Both main par­ties have been wholly dis­hon­est and ma­nip­u­la­tive by se­cur­ing their own po­si­tions through a pol­i­tics of fear, while ul­ti­mately de­mon­is­ing any cred­i­ble al­ter­na­tives as sell-outs.

Dean Keaton: Wilma, at least you recog­nise that you live in the north.

John Bolton: The Ir­ish will be next. The Ir­ish are getting ripped off by the EU. The whole Ir­ish government is rip­ping its own peo­ple off. Gab­han Padraig Bradley: You don’t fol­low cur­rent af­fairs much, do you John?

Aoife O’Neill Cousins: Thank God the English don’t do that.

Alan Hol­ly­wood: Sinn Fein and the EU: oh, the irony. Fight­ing all these years for a united Ire­land and happy to be gov­erned by Europe.

Andy Ward: Ex­actly.

Robert Wil­lett: Beats be­ing

gov­erned by Eng­land.

Jean Owens Nel­son: Why can’t they say North­ern Ire­land?

Kevin Car­ton: It’s the level of pet­ti­ness that’s ram­pant in North­ern Ire­land pol­i­tics.

Seosamh O Murchu: Jean Owens Nel­son, if that’s all you can say, then why can’t the Bri­tish get out of Ire­land?

Jean Owens Nel­son: Seosamh O Murchu, grow up. I’m Bri­tish and my fam­ily have been here for gen­er­a­tions. Get a DNA test and see how much of you is Vik­ing, Nor­man, Gaul, or Celtic. You’ll find very lit­tle “Ir­ish” ge­netic ma­te­rial.

Johnny G Story: Seosamh O Murchu, there is no place called Ire­land any­more. Your 26 Coun­ties are in a Eu­ro­pean coun­try. Ire­land was sold out many years ago. Stick that in your pipe and smoke it.

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