Fortunately, providence seems to be favouring the Unionist community at the moment.  As no “British” MP has actually named Leon Brittan as the man at the center of the Elm Guest House scandal, the opportunity still exists for the Unionist MPs to use the “Nuclear option” at Westminster.

When you consider the degree of treachery carried out by successive “British” governments against the Unionist community over the past 50 years, it is only fitting that the Unionist community are providentially given the opportunity of pulling the whole “House of Cards” down.

Since the focus of attention is fixed on N.Belfast at this minute, it is only fair that the MP for N. Belfast be given the privilege of naming Leon Brittan in the Westminster Parliament on Friday morning. After he uses “Parliamentary Privilege” to expose Leon Brittan, all the other DUP MPs can stand up one by one and do the same.

It certainly would be a good way to start the “Graduated Reponse.” When you examine this option, you realise no one gets arrested, no one gets hurt and it does not cost a penny. Of course, it is possible poor old Leon could have a heart attack and die but I think we could live with that, we could just pass it of as “a little bit of collateral damage.”

Seems like a good idea to me? Do you have a better idea?

The study of Providence is a fascinating topic, it is all through the Bible, though most people regard Esther as the classic providential person and the classic providential event.


Apparently a Labour Peer who abused kids is not going to be arrested because he has “Dementia!!!”

So they can stand up and name him as well when they are finished naming Leon Brittan.  They ALL know who he is, they don`t need anyone to inform them of the Peer`s identity.

Esther 4:14 For if thou altogether holdest thy peace at this time, then shall there enlargement and deliverance arise to the Jews from another place; but thou and thy father’s house shall be destroyed: and who knoweth whether thou art come to the kingdom for such a time as this?

Like my friend says, “If I were a ruthless SOB.”

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