Ireland: Quislings parade in occupied counties

Source: Daily Mail [UK]

“Thousands of Orange Order members have taken to the streets across Northern Ireland today to mark the ‘Glorious Twelfth’ of July amid continuing anger over post-Brexit trade arrangements in the province. The Twelfth parades mark the victory of Protestant King William of Orange over Catholic King James II at the Battle of the Boyne, north of Dublin, in 1690 — a triumph that secured a Protestant line of succession to the British Crown. … There were more than 160 bonfires lit across Northern Ireland on Sunday night alone. These included the contentious bonfire at Adam Street in the [quisling] Tiger’s Bay area of north Belfast, which is adjacent to the nationalist New Lodge area. … The bonfire was ignited with an Irish tricolour flag on top.” (07/12/21)