Unionist bigotry alive and well

I formed that opinion after watching Stormont live today. That little shitehawk David McNarry is nothing more than a wannabe middle-Englander who has an inferiority complex and the manners of a pig!

I watched as Dominic Bradley spoke "as Gaelige" during the debate on Arts spending only to see McNarry laugh and mock Dominic because he spoke in his native tongue.

McNarry then presented a motion seeking to ban the use of Irish in the Assembly chamber. According to McNarry he was "tired of listening to Irish" in the chamber.

Thankfully Sinn Féin put down a motion of concern which meant that the motion would require cross community support, in any event this was not needed as the Alliance party also opposed the motion and it was defeated 46 votes to 44.

Sinn Féin's Caral Ni Chuilin said the debate would recruit scores of fresh Irish language recruits.

"The issue of language rights, a non-controversial issue in Wales, Scotland, the south of Ireland and throughout Europe, an expression of human rights, has now become a political football in the battle for supremacy between the unionist parties,"

It seems that in a bitter attempt to appear relevant the OUP has reverted to the age old Unionist tactic of fermenting division through bigotry.

Is fearr Gaeilge bhriste, ná Béarla cliste!

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