Wee Jamie Bryson has thrown his hat in the ring for the 2014 European elections - so the failed hunger striker tells Alex Kane.
It would seem Bryson thinks the European parliament is a bit like a council chamber and that he can bring about wholesale change for the Pravince of Ulster's Pradisdent Unionist Loyalist People (PULP), that well known ethnic minority which is denied access to basic human rights such as free health care, free speech, free education and clean drinking water. The list goes on and on but the most basic of those human rights, the right to march anywhere and anytime, is being denied Mr Bryson and the PULP, just as it is being to denied millions across the world. LAD has discovered the UN itself is looking into the matter (meanwhile, North Korea publicly executes 80 people for allegedly watching TV).
|Bryson-Frazer Campaign Bus|
Maybe with Are Glorious Loyal Pravince operating outwith the boundaries of rational politics, this figure can be ignored. One thing that can't be though, is that an independent candidate has never been directly elected to the European parliament from the UK. So it may be more worthwhile sticking a tenner on an accumulator picked by Willie Frazer's nasal hair.
All at LAD, as do many others across Are Pravince, look forward to seeing Jamie's manifesto. It will undoubtedly cover the Common Agricultural Policy fairly comprehensively, given how pivotal farming is to the local economy. Other highlights we'd expect to see must surely be Horizon 2020, UK government opt out of EU justice and home affairs decisions, and PEACE funding. Won't it?
LAD are also interested to know which of the seven political groupings within the European parliament Mr Bryson plans on affiliating with, or would he do the righteous thing and become a (Non-Inscrit) NI, literally?
Who exactly does Bryson expect to vote for him?
No doubt he can draw support from his friends in "legal circles" having acted as 'legal adviser' to disgraced former BNP fund raiser and ousted Protestant Coalition chief Jim (Dodgy) Dowson back in July.
were not terrorists.
So what is Bryson's raison d'être; He doesn't seriously expect to get elected so is this just another shameless self-publicity stunt?
What do you think?
|Jamie Bryson flanked by members of the Protestant Coalition (l-r: Sam (So It Is) McCrory, baldy bloke1, baldy bloke 2, Wee Willie Frazer, Bill (Umbrellas) Hill, Bryson and Jim (Dodgy) Dowson (retired)|