Globalist Sinn Fein the largest Westminster party in Northern Ireland

ER Editor:  The DUP (Democratic Unionist Party) is more or less the northern Ireland equivalent of the British Conservatives. It’s decline would be expected given the trouncing the UK Tories received in yesterday’s election. Sinn Fein, however, is just another set of globalists in disguise, pretending to be nationalists but supporting the usual set of globalists policies (climate, immigration, etc.). They would appear to have come out on top following the elections in Northern Ireland (which is part of the UK). Sinn Fein are present in both Northern Ireland and Eire as a functioning political party. Some tweets —

The BBC also has this —

Sinn Féin becomes NI’s largest Westminster party


Sinn Féin on course to have more MPs than any other Northern Ireland party

DUP loses Lagan Valley seat vacated by former leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson and Ian Paisley defeated in North Antrim


The Democratic Unionist party (DUP) is on track to lose three of its eight seats, which would leave Sinn Féin as the Northern Ireland party with most MPs.

The DUP lost the Lagan Valley seat vacated by its former leader, Sir Jeffrey Donaldson, who faces sexual offence charges, and suffered a stunning defeat in North Antrim where Ian Paisley lost a seat held by his family since 1970. It also lost South Antrim and had reduced majorities elsewhere.

The Traditional Unionist Voice (TUV), Ulster Unionists and Alliance were poised to take the DUP seats but the symbolic winner will be Sinn Féin which retained its seven seats and is on course to complete a hat-trick as the biggest party in local government, the Stormont assembly and Westminster.

The DUP leader, Gavin Robinson, fended off a challenge from Alliance’s Naomi Long in East Belfast but that could not conceal a devastating election for unionism’s biggest party.

Its record on Brexit and other missteps left it squeezed between moderate and hardline rivals.

In an astonishing reversal in North Antrim, Paisley, the son and namesake of the DUP’s late founder, came second to Jim Allister of the TUV, who blamed the DUP for post-Brexit checks on goods coming from Great Britain, which he said weakened Northern Ireland’s place in the UK.

“This is a momentous outcome and is the end of an era and a dynasty,” said Allister. “Unionism does need to regroup in the light of what has happened and the DUP needs to carry the responsibility for their losses.”

Reform had originally backed the TUV but after becoming leader, Nigel Farage endorsed Paisley, a Brexiter ally. “I might say I’m here in spite of you, Nigel,” said Allister. Paisley conceded defeat and said the tides of life ebbed and flowed.


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