Editorial

Unionist Voice Editorial

NEWS: Jamie Bryson writes extensively on his recent arrest with serious questions for the PSNI

NEWS: Jamie Bryson writes extensively on his recent arrest with serious questions for the PSNI

It is only now (Sunday) that I have had the opportunity to properly write about the events of recent days. The PSNI seized a laptop I usually have access too, and also the main computer from a communal office which I regularly work from. The seizure of this computer was from the West Winds community […]

EDITORIAL: The myth of the ‘Glenanne Gang’ perpetuated by republican propaganda- by Jamie Bryson

EDITORIAL: The myth of the ‘Glenanne Gang’ perpetuated by republican propaganda- by Jamie Bryson

In August 2018 a new film will premier. It is directed by the son of IRA Northern commander Sean ‘Spike’ Murray, also called Sean Murray. The film purports to investigate the so called ‘Glenanne gang’. This film is based largely upon allegations made in the book Lethal Allies and interviews with a convicted murderer, John […]

Welcome to the new look Unionist Voice

Welcome to the new look Unionist Voice

By Jamie Bryson- Editor of Unionist Voice Welcome to our re-launched website. Unionist Voice began in August 2017. The concept was to provide grassroots unionism with a platform to articulate political views and opinions, but also to launch a unionist fight-back against the relentless stream of propaganda emanating from nationalism and the wider ‘progressive’ pan-nationalist coalition. […]

Unionist negotiators must demand cultural protections around parades and bonfires

Unionist negotiators must demand cultural protections around parades and bonfires

As the Irish language lobby increase their ever expanding list of demands, it is prudent for the unionist community to reflect upon what legislative provisions are being discussed for the protection of the Protestant, Unionist and Loyalist culture and traditions. With much talk about ‘rights based issues’, it is notable that any reference to the […]

OPINION: Matthew O’Toole’s pro-Belfast Agreement piece in the Irish Times is factually incorrect

OPINION: Matthew O’Toole’s pro-Belfast Agreement piece in the Irish Times is factually incorrect

By Jamie Bryson The Irish Times have today published an article by Matthew O’Toole, the former chief press officer for Europe and economic affairs in the prime minister’s office. In it he falsely claims that the Belfast Agreement constitutionally binds the United Kingdom to Europe. You can read it HERE In this piece Mr O’Toole […]

OPINION: Loyalists need to start writing their own history

OPINION: Loyalists need to start writing their own history

You only need to step into any bookstore and glance at the section reserved for Irish history, or politics. At a reasonably conservative estimate I would guess that 85% of the books in relation to Northern Ireland are written by, or are about, the republican movement. If we break it down further into books written […]

Why Unionism should reject the monstrous UK-EU deal 

Why Unionism should reject the monstrous UK-EU deal 

By Jamie Bryson This morning’s agreement between the United Kingdom Government and the European Union negotiators is a monstrous deal that not only strengthens the failed Belfast Agreement, but opens the door to an economic United Ireland. Here is why; [1] At paragraph 42 the UK Government and EU negotiators affirm that the “achievements, benefits […]

Who would take us back? – Time to unplug the concession meter and ignore Sinn Féin’s empty threats 

The IRA’s political wing, Sinn Fein, have continued to increase their rhetoric and whip up Brexit tension, in order to bully and threaten their way to ‘special status’.     The recent threats of ‘civil disobedience’ by Sinn Fein are a new variation of the armalite and ballot box strategy. Dire warnings have been issued about […]

OPINION: Why the NI Act 1998 should be repealed and the Belfast Agreement torn up

By Jamie Bryson In a recent social media debate with Queens University lecturer and Alliance Party member Duncan Morrow, which was respectful and dignified, a dispute arose over the Belfast Agreement and whether it could be overridden. I argued that it could, and indeed should, and Mr Morrow argued that it would be in breach […]

Opinion: Republican agenda being progressed via legacy litigation and trial by the media 

By Jamie Bryson    It was George Orwell that said “Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past.” Never has there been a more succinct explanation for the current legacy battle raging within our political institutions (or lack of), the media and our legal system.   Sinn Fein’s narrative […]