The European Union has been blasted for caving in to “threats of violence” from Northern Ireland terrorist groups in the row over the Brexit Protocol.
The Brexit campaigner and loyalist activist Jamie Bryson has slammed the EU for “awarding threats of violence” during the drafting of the Northern Ireland protocol.
Brussels and Dublin long held that any hard border on the island of Ireland would become a target for terrorism.
Mr Byrson told Express.co.uk: “I have always taken the view that violence or the threat of violence was weaponized and rewarded.
“I mean, if we just tell us in its simplest form, the Prime Minister of the Irish Republic went to the European Union produced a newspaper article about IRA bombs, and said, Well, if we don’t get away, this is what might happen. You know, here’s the people behind me with the big stick almost.
“I mean, could you imagine for one minute, that the British Prime Minister had gone to the European Union with just a newspaper article about a UVF bomb in Dublin and said, Oh, well, I mean, if we don’t get our away, you know, loyalist might bomb Dublin, I mean, there would have been worldwide condemnation.”
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