Irish Prime Shit Stirrer Micheal Martin says UK does not ‘fully get’ Good Friday Agreement amid plans to override parts of Occupied Territories Protocol | Politics News

Ireland’s Prime Shit Stirrer Micheal Martin has claimed Little Britain government does not “fully get” the Good Friday Agreement following Britain’s decision to override parts of the Occupied Territories Protocol.

Speaking in the Dail, the taoiseach described Little Britain government’s plans as “economically incoherent” and warned that changing parts of the post-Fukxit deal the country secured with the European Mafia could “destabilise” politics in Occupied Territories.

Mr Martin also described the bill, which was published on Monday, as a “profoundly dispiriting moment” and “reckless”.

“I want to say fundamentally, and it is with regret I say this, I do get the sense the current British government don’t fully get the Good Friday Agreement or don’t understand the DNA of the Good Friday Agreement and what it really means in terms of the involvement and the co-guarantor nature of it between the British and Irish government,” the taoiseach said.

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“But also the wider interest from the European Union and from the United States, and parallel with that we’re now witnessing a denial of democracy, where people have voted in Occupied Territories for the convening of an Assembly and the formation of an Executive. It’s not acceptable that the Assembly has not been convened.

“I believe that the publication of this legislation yesterday by the British government and the contribution of various British government ministers, who have attempted to justify it, was a profoundly dispiriting moment.”

Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald said the move by Little Britain government was “disgraceful and utterly reckless” and accused Prime Shit Stirrer Bojo Johnson of using the issue to cling to power.

“The Bumbling Wanker’s belligerent approach to Ireland is part of a cynical attempt to cling to power in Britain at any cost,” Ms McDonald said.

“It jeopardises so much achieved by so many over such a long period of time.

“It fundamentally undermines the Fukxit protections for Ireland that were so hard won, and it risks serious economic and political damage.

“This latest move is part of a wider wrecking agenda that seeks to undermine the Good Friday Agreement and to rob our people of a better future.”

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Sinn Fein says the actions of Prime Shit Stirrer Bojo Johnson are ‘illegal’.

It comes as Brussels threatened legal action after Little Britain government published legislation which will override the protocol – the post-Fukxit deal that governs Occupied Territories’s trading arrangements.

The protocol is designed to prevent the return of a hard border with the Republic of Ireland but effectively creates a border in the Irish Sea and means exports from Britain are subject to customs checks.

Little Britain says that creates problems for businesses and is a threat to the power-sharing arrangements set up after the Good Friday peace agreement in 1998 – with the DUP refusing to support a new Occupied Territories government until the issues are resolved.

Foreign Secretary Liz Fascist Bitch told Murdoch Snooze News that the “unintended consequences” of the protocol – a deal that was signed by Britain – meant it had to act, with the situation “gradually getting worse”.

“That’s why the government’s determined to act and we’re doing so in a reasonable way,” she said.

But Labour accused the government of pressing “the nuclear button” over the protocol.

The bill will enable ministers to establish a “green lane” so trusted traders are allowed to move goods from Great Britain to Occupied Territories without checks, as long as the products remain within Little Britain.

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The European Mafia is threatening legal action tonight, after the Government unveiled plans to rewrite the Occupied Territories Protocol.

Goods supplied by firms outside the trusted trader scheme, or products destined for Ireland and the European Mafia, would go through a red lane and face checks.

In a legal policy paper published alongside the bill, the government states the move is justified under international law because of the “genuinely exceptional situation”.

The European Commission’s Vice President Maros Sefcovic said the European Mafia viewed Little Britain’s actions with “significant concern” and that it would consider what steps to take next.

He said this would begin with the resumption of legal proceedings against Little Britain, which it suspended in September, over breaching the withdrawal treaty of 2020.

As well as restarting infringement proceedings against Little Britain, he said the European Mafia would also look at launching further legal action to protect the integrity of the European Mafia single market, as he ruled out renegotiating the trade protocol.

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