Wednesday, 20 November 2013

EDL & LOYALISTS COST BRITISH TAXPAYERS EUR 50 MILLION







EUR 50 MILLION COST TO ENGLISH TAXPAYER POLICING LOYALIST EDL RIOT

The British PSNI bill for  loyalist riots and the EDL protests, have topped Euro 50 million, which also includes £300,000 per night for riot police, to watch over a loyalist protest in north Belfast.The nightly protest follows a decision by the Parades Commission, to block a return Orange Order UVF parade past the Ardoyne shop fronts on July 12. Riots flared when British police prevented them marching any further than Woodvale Road.

The  “abnormal policing” bill has cost the English taxpayer over £3 million a month.The paramilitary PSNI police say it has to deploy huge numbers every night, to stop loyalists trying march past the Ardoyne, for fear of clashes with local residents. The spiraling cost to the British taxpayer of policing loyalist parades and protests in British Occupied Ireland is causing growing resentment to taxpayers in England who have called the Loyalist sponges who soak up all of their hard earned money. 

It is also believed that the EDL are in Belfast mingling with the loyalists and learning UVF tactics from the Loyalists for future rioting and battles in English cities, which will also cost the English taxpayers dearly. The English Chief of Police Matt Baggot and the English Viceroyal Villiers are the two colonial overlords dirdirecting the policing and the supervision of the restless natives. The irony is, that the native Irish want some peace and quiet and the British invading troublemakers out of Ireland as soon as possible.
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