Tuesday, 28 August 2007

This is what I like to see. Fantastic use of tar and feathers.

This is how locals on the streets of Ulster dealt with a alleged drugs dealer when the police failed to act.

Frankie Gallagher of the Ulster Political Research Group said: "The UDA told the local community to go to the police about this. The community responded in the way it did because it had no confidence in the police."

Full story and more great pictures HERE

Of course we should not condone this sort of thing - or should we?


Anonymous said...

Condone it? ...hell no ...It's too good for all those left thinking 'prison doesn't work' liberalazis.

P.S. I love Ulster. It's not widely known ...for obvious reasons ...but this is what also happens to people who try and collect the BBC Tax.

ThunderDragon said...

No, we can't condone it. It is just wrong. Vigilante justice can never be condoned, or justice will die.

Anonymous said...

Calm down TD ...they only tar and feather conservatives with a small 'c' in Islington.

Daily Referendum said...


This is difficult, with all honesty when it comes down to it, I could not condone this action. However my gut feeling when seeing the pictures is - that it is bloody great and the bastard deserved it.

I think this is the problem when you think the law is not protecting you or your family correctly - there is a tendency to over-compensate. That's why we need to sort out a fair but effective immigration policy, before there is a backlash and some of the less wise start voting for the BNP.