The British ,Northern Irish Protestants & Catholics within Northern Ireland want to live in PEACE.
However terrorism is big business & makes the leaders of these Irish Republican Murder Gangs millions of pounds , sterling i may add , each year.
Drugs ,Cigarettes , Diesel Smuggling ,Robbing and extorting etc etc. Young lads taken in by stories of 800 yrs of British Imperialism blah blah blah ,as if those who tell them have been alive throughout the 800yrs , sent out to do evil deeds by people who care nothing about them .
Republican Attacks On Both Catholics & Orotestants
They pat their backs telling them they are great & then forget about them when they go to jail & leave there
families to suffer.Every Irish Republican Terror Campaign has ended in Defeat.And this one will also. Yet again a cycle of young lads lives ruined because someone needs to keep the money coming in to keep their big house or fancy car or even a organization groupy who wouldnt look twice at them if they didnt have a gang or money.
Northern Ireland will remain part of the United Kingdom until the majority decide other. It is every Republicans right to want a 32 County Ireland. However it is not its right to butcher shoot & blow up innocent men women & kids. Some unborn ,like those in Omagh.
Unification will NEVER be achieved through the Bullet & Bomb.
UDF RETALIATION - ceasefire questioned after riots
Loyalist paramilitaries supposed to be on ceasefire are believed to have been involved in two nights of serious rioting in Newtownabbey, according to both police and the political wing of the UVF.
The newly elected Progressive Unionist leader, David Ervine's brother Brian, has admitted "there were probably individual UVF members involved".
It came as the Assistant Chief Constable confirmed there had been reports made by Fire Service personnel of a gunman on the streets.
"We believe there were sinister elements that were clearly orchestrating this violence," Duncan McCausland told UTV.
Thousands of pounds worth of damage was caused close to the Rathcoole estate after violence flared on both Monday and Tuesday night.
STUDIO DISCUSSION - A SENSIBLE ONE!
Over the course of the two evenings, two bus drivers - one male, one female - were dragged from their hijacked vehicles and attacked before the buses were set alight.
Bricks were also hurled at an ambulance carrying a patient to hospital. Other missiles, including petrol bombs, were thrown at police.
Children as young as nine were spotted, despite pleas from police and community workers for parents to stop young people becoming involved.
"It was not sanctioned by the Ulster Volunteer Force brigade staff," Mr Ervine insisted.
But the report of a handgun amid the disturbances raises fresh questions over the UVF's current role, as the terror group is supposed to have handed over its weapons.
What's happened here has not just put policing in the spotlight, but also the activities of the UVF - a group
supposedly on ceasefire and supposed to have handed over all its weapons.
REMEMBER THE TIMES BEFORE YOU GO TOO FAR, GUYS? THE PIPES WEREN'T 'CALLING!!!'
ACC McCausland said it was not for him to judge whether or not the UVF was still on ceasefire.
"We will report the facts and allow the politicians or the IMC or whoever to make that decision," he said.
"But there were clearly people on Monday night who were out orchestrating rioting and were running around with guns and masks."
In May 2007, the UVF issued a statement renouncing violence and committing to a process of transformation
from a military to a civilian organisation. Full Decommissioning came two years later.
But in September of this year, the paramilitary watchdog reported that the UVF leadership had sanctioned the brutal killing of Bobby Moffett on the Shankill in broad daylight.
The Independent Monitoring Commission came under fire from the victim's family though, for stating that the killing had not broken the terms of the UVF ceasefire.
"No matter whether it is a kneecapping or a killing - when a gun is pulled out, the ceasefire is broke in our eyes", Mr Moffett's sister, Irene, told UTV at the time.
The riots in Newtownabbey are believed to have been sparked by police searches, carried out as part of their
investigations into unsolved killings by the UVF in the area.
The PUP's Mr Ervine said the trouble was part of a "bigger picture" of unionist dissatisfaction with police investigations into past crimes.
"There's a perception among unionist working class people that the Historical Enquiries Team is scrutinising their areas and they're coming down hard on unionists - whereas that's not happening in republican areas."
But on the other hand, police have been criticised for not doing enough to stop the loyalist rioting in Newtownabbey. Those accusations have been strongly denied by ACC McCausland.
"Police are not soft on anyone breaking the law," he told UTV.
"It wasn't the case in 2005 when I put 175 so-called loyalists before the courts for rioting up in the Whiterock.
Police weren't soft then - the police have never been soft on rioting."
In the wake of the disorder, meetings have been held between Translink management and members of the union representing bus drivers.
Wednesday evening's services to and from the Rathcoole area have been withdrawn as a safety measure.
A Translink spokesperson said: "The safety of our Passengers and employees is top priority."
The last departure of services from the City Centre to Rathcoole and the Doagh Road was at 5.15pm, with the
last departure from these areas at 5.15pm.
Man shot in city attack
A 25-year-old man has been shot in both legs in a suspected paramilitary-style attack in west Belfast.
The shooting happened on Northumberland Street on Thursday evening, police said.
The man has been taken to hospital. His injuries are not thought to be life-threatening at this stage.
Police have appealed for anyone who witnessed the shooting to come forward.
UTV's Correspondent Sharon O'Neill
Wednesday, 28TH October 2010
UVF ceasefire questioned after riots
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