Saturday October 31, 2020

Protests enter the theatre of the absurd

The latest levels of histrionics should not be allowed to set the political agenda in the North.

20th July, 2014
It's perhaps the first time in history a GAA club has been so lavishly vandalised with pro-republican slogans.

Either the sectarian graffiti artists in the North are going post modern, or they’re just bigger morons than we thought.

Last week an Orange hall in the Antrim coast town of Ballycastle was daubed with nasty republican graffiti: “IRA”, “Tiocfaidh Ar La” (no fada), “Huns Out!” (derogatory term for protestants). So far, so predictable.

Then a couple of days later, in what might normally have been seen...

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