In light of the attempts by the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland and other British Protestant fundamentalist organisations in the country to repackage their “culture” as the acceptable face of the British ethnic minority on this island, here is photo doing the internet and social media rounds. It’s from a Twelfth of July bonfire in Derry, atop of which is a representation of the Free Derry Wall with the names of the civil rights marchers murdered by British soldiers during the Bloody Sunday Massacre of 1972.
Apparently celebrating British war crimes in Ireland is also a part of the “culture” of the British separatist minority we share our nation with.
UPDATE 17.33: Thanks to CiarzyB in the Comment below for this link and the claim by NewsWire that the photo is from Lisburn in 2010. Counter-claims are also circulating that the photo is a recent one. I will update as I find out more.