LEST WE FORGET

Yesterday was the first day I managed to get a close up view of the war memorial which has been established  on the Shore Road. As I had to go back down that direction again this morning, I decided to take a short video clip of it.

As you can see from the video, the designers of the memorial have made 2 very big mistakes.

  1. They have put a “cross” on the memorial, they had not the wit to know that the “Cross” is not a Christian symbol. Due to the pernicious influence of Popery and Ecumenism, it has now become firmly entrenched in the mind of the deluded fools that the cross is a “Christian” symbol.

2. Whenever I was growing up in the 1960s, my father, grandfather and uncles always said that the 36th Ulster Division was deliberately set up to be slaughtered.  It was not just my family who were saying this, there were many other families saying the same thing.

However, you never hear any sentiments like that being expressed nowadays because the chloroforming effect of Popery and Ecumenism has taken it`s toll of the Unionist community.

To rectify the mistakes, the Babylonian cross needs to be removed and a marble slab placed down with the words of  John 15:13 inscribed on it.

Plus, where it says, “Lest We Forget,” there ought to be an inscription above or below it stating, “Deliberately slaughtered by the Vatican controlled British Establishment.”

Until these 2 errors are rectified, it cannot be considered a fitting memorial.

This is the short video of the memorial as it presently stands.

John 15:13 Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

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