So the (not so) big parade in Belfast commemorating the foundation of the original Ulster Volunteer Force or UVF, the historic terrorist arm of the British Unionist minority in Ireland at the start of the 20th century, has passed off with minimal trouble. Well minimal if you exclude the several incidences of members of the national and international media being shoved into side streets or back into their vehicles by steroid-pumped “stewards”. At a later rally in Craigavon speeches were made, flags were flown, but what exactly was said and what exactly was displayed is under wraps. No journalists were around to witness events. All in all, a good day out for Ireland’s very own version of the “Golden Dawn”.