Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 20 August 2014

What happened to 'no terrorists'?

It is sad to see former Anti-Agreement Unionist and Long March activist Jonathan Bell joining the DUP Assembly team - not to oppose IRA/Sinn Fein in government as he pledged, but to work with IRA/Sinn Fein in a despicable power-sharing executve.

Jonathan, what happened to the stance "no terrorists in government"? What about the feelings of the forgotten innocent victims?

Where does it say in the Holy Bible that Evangelical Christians should be in government with unrepentant terrorists?

It is clear to me Jonathan Bell was using The Long March to gain publicity for himself and promote his agenda.

NORMAN BOYD

Anti-Agreement Unionist

Newtownabbey

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