Dixie Elliot ✒ with Breaking News.

Hundreds of Sinn Féiners and their followers across Ireland have been infected in an outbreak of cognitive dissonance.

They are desperately trying to convince each other and the many idiots out there that the event attended by Declan Kearney was a debate.
 
While Michael D Higgins was lauded by the Sinn Féiners for not attending a church event because of the title, they ignore the fact that the event attended by Kearney had much the same title.
 
It was advertised beforehand as 'a special commemorative event ... at the first home of the NI parliament.'

And there's more:

'To mark the centenary of the creation of NI and the partition of Ireland.'

These are the very words to which Michael D Higgins objected.

Sinn Féin: Yeah but no but yeah...
 
Oh and by the way, the entertainment was the Kings Speech from 1921 and music.



Thomas Dixie Elliot is a Derry artist and a former H Block Blanketman.
Follow Dixie Elliot on Twitter @IsMise_Dixie





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Dixie Elliot ✒ with Breaking News.

Hundreds of Sinn Féiners and their followers across Ireland have been infected in an outbreak of cognitive dissonance.

They are desperately trying to convince each other and the many idiots out there that the event attended by Declan Kearney was a debate.
 
While Michael D Higgins was lauded by the Sinn Féiners for not attending a church event because of the title, they ignore the fact that the event attended by Kearney had much the same title.
 
It was advertised beforehand as 'a special commemorative event ... at the first home of the NI parliament.'

And there's more:

'To mark the centenary of the creation of NI and the partition of Ireland.'

These are the very words to which Michael D Higgins objected.

Sinn Féin: Yeah but no but yeah...
 
Oh and by the way, the entertainment was the Kings Speech from 1921 and music.



Thomas Dixie Elliot is a Derry artist and a former H Block Blanketman.
Follow Dixie Elliot on Twitter @IsMise_Dixie





4 comments:

  1. I admire the courage of comrades like Dixie who refuse to turn away from revisionism.

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  2. "If the President had gone to Armagh, Sinn Féin would have gone too"

    So says Pat Leahy in the Irish Times
    Whereas I don't agree with the trust of Leahy's piece, I do agree with Micky D's stance in declining the invite.

    The churchmen ought to have thought better and perhaps could have organised a symbolic atonement service, ideally at a peace-wall in Belfast, highlighting the actual outworking's of partition.

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