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the new Mayor of Derry

Above: Former refugee and BLM activist Lilian Seenoi-Barr, is set to become Northern Ireland’s first black mayor after she was endorsed by Sinn Féin as the next SDLP mayor of Londonderry (Derry City to the left and republicans) and Strabane District Council. Ms Seenoi-Barr, who was born in Kenya, said she was “proud to be a Maasai woman and a Derry girl”.

A video has emerged that should once and forever give the lie to the belief that Sinn Fein/IRA is a Nationalist organisation fighting against British imperialism and for the freedom of the Irish people.

In it, Michelle O’Neill, the Vice President of Sinn Féin and MLA for the Mid Ulster Constituency, attended the largest open air Islamic celebration ever held in Northern Ireland. O’Neill was appointed Deputy First Minister and Joint head of Government in Jan 2020.

O’Neill donned a hijab during the Eid celebrations at Davitts GAA club. “Northern Ireland should be defined by its rainbow of cultures, not divisions between orange and green”, she said.

Later, as she addressed the 1,000 strong crowd, the MLA hailed the Islamic community for the “generous and compassionate” contribution they have made to life in Northern Ireland for decades.

“I’m a champion of inclusion and I am here to help make this place which we all belong together a home richer in its diversity,” she said.

Ms. O’Neill condemned hate crimes that have targeted Muslims in recent years.

“My colleagues have been very vocal in calling out those responsible for the attacks on the Belfast Muslim community and those outrageous acts of criminality,” she said.

“So let me say very clearly here to you all today, we will always stand beside you.

“In our shared humanity, we live in each other’s shadow, and I want you all to know that you are valued.

“I’m working to build a society, not of orange and green, but of a whole rainbow of cultures, multiculturalism, which reflects who we are and where we stand today.”

In Europe, a number of genuine racial Nationalist groups, some with connections to the BM, have fallen for this anti-British lie. When Sinn Fein became the largest party in Ulster following the 2023 Northern Ireland local elections, it was celebrated by some Nationalists who should have known better.

At the time, BM sent those organisations proof that Sinn Fein was a’progressive’, multi-racial party and was not in any way, shape or form, ‘one of us’. Fortunately, our quick actions seem to have had an effect on countering this misinformation.

For the record, Michelle O’Neill is not some Johnny-come-lately to Irish republicanism. According to Wikipedia, her father, Brendan Doris, was a Provisional IRA prisoner and Sinn Féin councillor. Her uncle Paul Doris is a former national president of the Irish Northern Aid Committee (NORAID). A cousin, Tony Doris, was one of three IRA members killed in an ambush by the Special Air Service in 1991. Another cousin, IRA member Gareth Malachy Doris, was shot and wounded during the 1997 Coalisland attack.

Michelle O’Neill, Vice President of Sinn Féin, with IRA Godfather and grass, Martin McGuinness


Top Image: TikTok. Sinn Féin endorsed Lilian Seenoi-Barr, a BLM activist, as the new SDLP Mayor of Derry and called Irish patriots terrorists.
Lower Image: Sinn Féin, CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

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