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    Meet Jonny Harvey, leader of 'United Protestant Voice'. Jonny is the former RAF-sergeant from East Belfast, who has been whipping up the flag-protests around the north. He claims to articulate the voice of 'people on the ground' and is in no mood for compromise. The protests won't stop until the flag goes back up.



    Jonny Harvey and Basil McCrea debate with BBC's Stephen Nolan:
    Audioboo / Jonny Harvey from United Protestant Voice, one of the groups involved in the protests talks to Stephen

    A thousand-strong crowd stood outside Belfast City Hall on Saturday, draped in flags while chanting 'We're up to our necks in Fenian blood'. Fascism is alive and well.
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    Hope he makes as much money as Big Ian did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by picador View Post
    Meet Jonny Harvey, leader of 'United Protestant Voice'. Jonny is the former RAF-sergeant from East Belfast, who has been whipping up the flag-protests around the north. He claims to articulate the voice of 'people on the ground' and is in no mood for compromise. The protests won't stop until the flag goes back up.



    Jonny Harvey and Basil McCrea debate with BBC's Stephen Nolan:
    Audioboo / Jonny Harvey from United Protestant Voice, one of the groups involved in the protests talks to Stephen

    A thousand-strong crowd stood outside Belfast City Hall on Saturday, draped in flags while chanting 'We're up to our necks in Fenian blood'. Fascism is alive and well.
    I think the penny is finally starting to drop for these drooling morons that a Protestant Ulster for a Protestant people is gone the way of the Do Do.

    Knee Jerk reactionary useful idiots like this clown will cash in on the fringe outrage within loyalism but the lack of any real unanimous anger within the protestant community should be enough to let these fools know they are living in the wrong century and no one takes them seriously anymore.

    I also think the fact that Stephen Nolan tore him apart so easily highlights the calibre of the guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Levellers View Post
    Hope he makes as much money as Big Ian did.
    I hope he gets deported or "dealt with" before he can stair up any amount of the level of trouble that pissley did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by picador View Post
    Meet Jonny Harvey, leader of 'United Protestant Voice'. Jonny is the former RAF-sergeant from East Belfast, who has been whipping up the flag-protests around the north. He claims to articulate the voice of 'people on the ground' and is in no mood for compromise. The protests won't stop until the flag goes back up.




    Jonny Harvey and Basil McCrea debate with BBC's Stephen Nolan:
    Audioboo / Jonny Harvey from United Protestant Voice, one of the groups involved in the protests talks to Stephen

    A thousand-strong crowd stood outside Belfast City Hall on Saturday, draped in flags while chanting 'We're up to our necks in Fenian blood'. Fascism is alive and well.

    At least he can fly himself to Canada if things heat up here, Paisley had to to pay for his ticket himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by picador View Post
    Meet Jonny Harvey, leader of 'United Protestant Voice'. Jonny is the former RAF-sergeant from East Belfast, who has been whipping up the flag-protests around the north. He claims to articulate the voice of 'people on the ground' and is in no mood for compromise. The protests won't stop until the flag goes back up.



    Jonny Harvey and Basil McCrea debate with BBC's Stephen Nolan:
    Audioboo / Jonny Harvey from United Protestant Voice, one of the groups involved in the protests talks to Stephen

    A thousand-strong crowd stood outside Belfast City Hall on Saturday, draped in flags while chanting 'We're up to our necks in Fenian blood'. Fascism is alive and well.
    Why do unionists always emphasise "Protestantism"? Not since the Catholic Defenders has nationalism/republicanism been linked with religion. More proof, not that it were needed, that unionism is a Prod only ideology.

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    Quote Originally Posted by picador View Post
    Meet Jonny Harvey, leader of 'United Protestant Voice'. Jonny is the former RAF-sergeant from East Belfast, who has been whipping up the flag-protests around the north. He claims to articulate the voice of 'people on the ground' and is in no mood for compromise. The protests won't stop until the flag goes back up.



    Jonny Harvey and Basil McCrea debate with BBC's Stephen Nolan:
    Audioboo / Jonny Harvey from United Protestant Voice, one of the groups involved in the protests talks to Stephen

    A thousand-strong crowd stood outside Belfast City Hall on Saturday, draped in flags while chanting 'We're up to our necks in Fenian blood'. Fascism is alive and well.
    The title of his grouping seems to discount the notion of Catholic Unionists which gives credence to those who suspect him of being a bigot

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    Quite a coincidence that he arranged a protest on Monday and Golding is on the scene within days. Any connection?

    Who were the 200 he claimed unanimously voted for him stated to Stephen Nolan?

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    Just listened to that on audiboo,and no wonder most unionists are cringing with embarrassment when you have the likes of that chap on the airwaves.
    He hadn't a clue what he was talking about,and Nolan told him so.
    First Jim Dowson,then Paul Golding,and now this guy is on the scene also?
    This must be Loyalists answer to Moe,Larry and Curley.
    "You think thats bad,theres one lunatic that posts on there 40-50 times a day..He's alone..in bad company!

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    The thing that struck me, is he talked like us "Catholics" didnt exist......I think his "Protestants" are outnumbered in Belfast by around 30,000...there lies yer problem Jonny.....

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